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Presentation by Yiyu Yao

Thu., Nov. 24, 2016 10:00 a.m. - Thu., Nov. 24, 2016 11:00 a.m.

Granular Computing, Three-Way Decisions, and Structured Scientific Writing

Date: Thursday, November 24
Time: 10:00AM – 11:00AM
Location: Research and Innovation Centre 209 (RIC 209)

We welcome you to attend a presentation by Dr. Yiyu Yao, Professor in the Faculty of Science, Department of Computer Science.

Artificial intelligence is Dr. Yao’s primary research area. He focuses on mathematical models and theoretical foundations of intelligent information systems, with a particular interest in data processing and analysis. His research influence is felt by a wide scholarly community at the University of Regina and abroad. Internationally, he is well known as an innovative and distinguished voice in the scientific community. Described by many of his peers as a “pioneer” in an emerging field of computer science, he is known for his high quality research. His findings have spurred many researchers on to further study, and his plethora of publications is often cited by other scholars. Numerous workshops, edited books, and special issue journals have been devoted to his theories.

Granular computing (GrC) and three-way decisions (3WD) are commonly used human ways to complex problem solving. In this talk, Dr. Yao will discuss how to apply principles and ideas of GrC and 3WD in structured scientific writing.

Refreshments will be provided! We look forward to seeing you at the presentation.