The CAISOR Archive is a webpage structure (a "hyperpage") for describing the topics and results of my research, from 1966 and until the present time. This structure is a contribution to the current effort to document the history of the Computer Science department at Linköping university. It describes my own work and work that has been done in concrete cooperation with others, but it does not address the works of graduate students or other group members that have worked independently although under my supervision. It is an evolving structure so it is not claimed to be complete at present, and probably it will never be.
The following are the most important contents:
The acronym CAISOR stands for Combined Agenda for Information Analysis, Software Systems, Open-Access Publishing and Knowledge Representation, and it is used as an umbrella term for the range of research topics that I have addressed during these years. I believe that there is an important area for interdisciplinary research between software technology, artificial intelligence, and information science, and much of my work has concerned the integration of these areas. Please click the "CAISOR Paradigm" link in the left-side menue for more details about this.