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Prof. Dr. Tamer Başar

Prof. Dr. İsmail Burhan Türkşen


1.  Prof. Dr. Tamer Başar,  University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Sunum Başlığı: Control of Multi-Agent Networked Systems under Uncertainty

Özet: This plenary will describe the latest research results and developments in the modeling and control of multi-agent networked systems. Specifically, the talk will dwell on decision-making mechanisms in such systems under strategic (adversarial) and stochastic uncertainties, and the important role game theory plays in this context. Among various applications that fit this framework are: consensus formation in social networks, maintaining connectivity in communication in vehicular networks, uninterrupted and fair distribution of service in energy networks, and information transmission in sensor networks. The talk will conclude with presentation of selected examples from this portfolio of applications.


Born in Istanbul, Tamer Başar received his B.S.E.E. degree (1969) from Robert College, and the M.S. (1970), M.Phil (1971), and Ph.D. (1972) degrees from Yale University. He joined the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) in 1981 after holding positions at Harvard University and Marmara Research Institute. At UIUC, he currently holds the academic positions of Swanlund Endowed Chair, Center for Advanced Study Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Professor at the Coordinated Science Laboratory, Professor at the Information Trust Institute, and Affiliate Professor of Mechanical Science and Engineering.

Tamer Başar has published extensively in systems, control, communications, and dynamic games. He is author or co-author of 5 books, 4 monographs, and over 600 journal articles, papers in conference proceedings and chapters in edited books. He is currently the Editor-in-Chief of Automatica, Editor of the two Birkhäuser Series on Systems & Control, and Static & Dynamic Game Theory: Foundations & Applications, Editor of the SpringerBriefs in Electronic and Computer Engineering: Control, Automation and Robotics, and the Managing Editor of the Annals of the International Society of Dynamic Games (ISDG). Further, he is member of editorial and advisory boards of several international journals in control, networks, game theory, and applied mathematics.

Tamer Başar has received several awards and recognitions over the years, among which are the Sedat Simavi Foundation Award in Mathematical Sciences (1979); Medal of Science of Turkey (1993); Distinguished Member Award (1993), Axelby Outstanding Paper Award (1995), and Bode Lecture Prize (2004) of the IEEE Control Systems Society (CSS); Tau Beta Pi Drucker Eminent Faculty Award of UIUC (2004); Quazza Medal (2005) and Outstanding Service Award (2005) of the International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC); Bellman Control Heritage Award (2006) of the American Automatic Control Council (AACC); Isaacs Award of ISDG (2010); IEEE Control Systems Award (2014); honorary doctorates (Doctor Honoris Causa) from Doğuş University (2007), Azerbaijan Academy of Sciences (2011), and Boğaziçi University (2012); and an honorary professorship from Northeastern University (Shenyang; 2008). He is a member of the US National Academy of Engineering, a member of the European Academy of Sciences, a Fellow of IEEE, a Fellow of IFAC, and a Fellow of SIAM. He served as the founding president of ISDG (1990-1994), president of CSS (2000), and president of AACC (2010-2011).


2.  Prof. Dr. İsmail Burhan Türkşen,  TOBB Ekonomi ve Teknoloji Üniversitesi

Sunum Özeti: We first present a brief review of the essentials fuzzy system models: Namely (1) Zadeh`s rulebase model, (2) Takagi and Sugeno`s model which is partly a rule base and partly a regression function and (3) Türkşen fuzzy regression functions where a fuzzy regression function correspond to each fuzzy rule. Next we review the well known FCM algorithm which lets one to extract Type 1 membership values from a given data set for the development of Type 1 fuzzy system models as a foundation for the development of Full Type 2 fuzzy system models. For this purpose, we provide an algorithm which lets one to generate Full Type 2 membership value distributions for a development of second order fuzzy system models with our proposed second order data analysis. If required one can generate Full Type 3,..., Full Type n fuzzy system models with an iterative execution of our algorithm. We present our application results graphically for TD_Stockprice data with respect to two validity indeces, namely: 1) Çelikyılmaz-Türkşen and 2) Bezdek indeces


I.B. Türkşen received the B.S. and M.S. degrees in Industrial Engineering and the Ph.D. degree in Systems Management and Operations Research all from the University of Pittsburgh, PA. He joined the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering at the University of Toronto and became Full Professor in 1983. In 1984-1985 academic year, he was a Visiting Professor at the Middle East Technical University and Osaka Prefecture University. Since 1987, he has been Director of the Knowledge / Intelligence Systems Laboratory. During the 1991-1992 academic year, he was a Visiting Research Professor at LIFE, Laboratory for International Fuzzy Engineering, and the Chair of Fuzzy Theory at Tokyo Institute of Technology. During 1996 academic year, he was Visiting Research Professor at the University of South Florida,USA, and Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey. On December 2005, he was appointed as the Founding Head of Department of Industrial Engineering at TOBB Economics and Technology University.Currently, he is continuing his research activities both at TOBB ETU AND U OF TORONTO.

He was and/or is a member of the Editorial Boards of Fuzzy Sets and Systems, Approximate Reasoning, Decision Support Systems, Information Sciences, Fuzzy Economic Review, Expert Systems and its Applications, Journal of Advanced Computational Intelligence, Information Technology Management, Transactions on Operational Research, Fuzzy Logic Reports and Letters, Encyclopedia of Computer Science and Technology, Failures and Lessons Learned in Information Technology, Applied Soft Computing. He is the co-editor of NATO-ASI Proceedings on Soft Computing and Computational Intelligence, and Editor of NATO-ASI Proceedings on Computer Integrated Manufacturing as well co-editor of two special issues of Robotics and Autonomus Systems. He is a Fellow of IFSA and IEEE, and a member of IIE, CSIE, CORS, IFSA, NAFIPS, APEO, APET, TORS, ACM, etc. He has published 146 SCI journal articles and several hundreds of conference proceedings. As well he has published two books:

1. I.B. Türkşen., "An ONTOLOGICAL and EPISTEMOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE of FUZZY SET THEORY", Elsevier, Holland, Ocak 2006.
2. Celikyilmaz, Asli, Türkşen, I. Burhan, Modeling Uncertainty with Fuzzy Logic, With Recent Theory and Applications Series: Studies in Fuzziness and Soft Computing , Vol. 240, 2009, XLVIII, 400 p. 118 illus., Hardcover, ISBN: 978-3-540-89923-5

Currently, he is preparing for the publication of 2 more books:
1. Algorithms of Fuzzy System Analyses
2. Dereceli Mantık Teorisi ve Uygulamaları




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