Selected Publications

F ollowing are short excerpts and abstratcs of journals and proceedings. Initially it may seem that some of my earlier work is about music. Its actually about artificial intelligence in sinusoidal waves. Music was simply used because its easy to recreate wave forms in precisie forms. For example to make code a machine to learn the difference between a clarinet and an oboe play a certain note, has many mathematical impications in terms of clasiffication rules.. Once honed in musical waves one can apply said mathematics to the wave forms of earthquakes, financial and political trends, radio waves, electrical waves, magnetic waves, and of course, the types if waves I focused my mathematical theory of machine intelligence on - EEG waves in the domain of computational neuroscience.

Paper 45

R. Lewis, C. Mello, Y. Zhuang, M. K. -C. Yeh, Y. Yan, D. Gopstein. “Rough Sets: Visually Discerning Neurological Functionality During Thought Processes.” The 24th Int. Symposium on Methodologies for Intelligent Systems, (ISMIS ‘18), 29th – 31st October, St. Raphael, Limassol, 2018.

Abstract. The central aim of this paper is to test and illustrate the viability of utilizing Rough Set Theory to visualize neurological events that occur when a human is thinking very intensely to solve a problem or, conversely, solving a trivial problem with little to no effort. Since humans solve complex problems by leveraging synapses from a distributed neural network in the frontal and parietal lobe, which is a diffcult portion of the brain to research, it has been a challenge for the neuroscience community to functionally measure how intensely a subject is thinking while trying to solve a problem. Herein, we present our research of optimizing machine intelligence to visually illustrate when members of our cohort experienced misunderstandings and challenges during periods where they read and comprehended short code snippets. This research is a continuation of the authors' research efforts to use Rough Sets and artificial intelligence to deliver a system that will eventually visually illustrate deception. ISMIS 18 Cyprus. Springer Paper. Video[1], Video [2], Video [3].

Rough Set Theory, artificial intelligence, computational neuroscience