Madan M. Gupta
Madan M. Gupta serves as a Professor (Emeritus) in the College of Engineering and the Director of the Intelligent Systems Research Laboratory at the University of Saskatchewan. Dr. Gupta has authored and coauthored over 825 published research papers. He has recently coauthored the seminal book Static and Dynamic Neural Networks: From Fundamentals to Advanced Theory. Dr. Gupta has previously coauthored Introduction to Fuzzy Arithmetic: Theory and Applications (the first book on fuzzy arithmetic) and Fuzzy Mathematical Models in Engineering and Management Science. Both of these books have Japanese translations. Also, Dr. Gupta has edited and coedited 19 other books as well as many conference proceedings and journals in the fields of his research interests such as adaptive control systems, fuzzy computing, neurocomputing, neurovision systems, and neurocontrol systems (book list). Dr. Gupta's current research interests are in the areas of neurovision systems, neurocontrol systems, integration of fuzzy-neural systems, neuronal morphology of biological vision systems, intelligent and cognitive robotic systems, cognitive information, new paradigms in information processing, chaos in neural systems, and fuzzy-neural logic in law. He is also developing some new architectures of computational neural networks and computational fuzzy neural networks for application to advanced robotics, aerospace, medical, industrial, and business systems and law. His interest also lies in signal and image processing with applications to medical systems.
Biography Updated on 12 September 2011