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Introduction to Evolutionary Informatics Paperback – May 1, 2017
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About the Author
Robert J Marks II is Distinguished Professor of
Engineering in the Department of Engineering at Baylor University, USA.
Marks's professional awards include a NASA Tech Brief Award and a best
paper award from the American Brachytherapy Society for prostate cancer
research. He is Fellow of both IEEE and The Optical Society of America.
His consulting activities include: Microsoft Corporation, DARPA, and
Boeing Computer Services. He is listed as one of the "The 50 Most
Influential Scientists in the World Today." By TheBestSchools.org.
(2014). His contributions include: the Zhao-Atlas-Marks (ZAM)
time-frequency distribution in the field of signal processing, and the
Cheung Marks theorem in Shannon sampling theory.
research has been funded by organizations such as the National Science
Foundation, General Electric, Southern California Edison, the Air Force
Office of Scientific Research, the Office of Naval Research, the United
States Naval Research Laboratory, the Whitaker Foundation, Boeing
Defense, the National Institutes of Health, The Jet Propulsion Lab, Army
Research Office, and NASA. His books include Handbook of Fourier Analysis and Its Applications (Oxford University Press), Introduction to Shannon Sampling and Interpolation Theory (Springer Verlag), and Neural Smithing: Supervised Learning in Feedforward Artificial Neural Networks
(MIT Press) with Russ Reed. Marks has edited/co-edited five other
volumes in fields such as power engineering, neural networks, and fuzzy
logic. He was instrumental in defining the discipline of computational
intelligence (CI) and is a co-editor of the first book using CI in the
title: Computational Intelligence: Imitating Life (IEEE Press,
1994). His authored/coauthored book chapters include nine papers
reprinted in collections of classic papers. Other book chapters include
contributions to Michael Arbib's The Handbook of Brain Theory and Neural Networks (MIT Press, 1996), and Michael Licona et al.'s Evidence for God (Baker Books, 2010), Marks has also authored/co-authored hundreds of peer-reviewed conference and journal papers.
William A Dembski
is Senior Research Scientist at the Evolutionary Informatics Lab in
McGregor, Texas; and also Senior Fellow with Seattle's Discovery
Institute, Washington, USA. He holds a BA in Psychology, MS in
Statistics, PhD in Philosophy, and a PhD in Mathematics (awarded in 1988
by the University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, USA), and an MDiv
degree from Princeton Theological Seminary (1996, New Jersey, USA).
Dembski's work experience includes being an Associate Research Professor
with the Conceptual Foundations of Science, Baylor University, Waco,
Texas, USA. He has taught at Northwestern University, Evanston,
Illinois, USA; the University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana, USA;
and the University of Dallas, Irving, Texas, USA. He has done
postdoctoral work in mathematics with the Massachusetts Institute of
Technology, Cambridge, USA; in physics with the University of Chicago,
USA; and in computer science with Princeton University, Princeton, New
Jersey, USA. He is a Mathematician and Philosopher. He has held National
Science Foundation graduate and postdoctoral fellowships, and has
published articles in mathematics, engineering, philosophy, and theology
journals and is the author/editor of more than twenty books.
Winston Ewert is currently a Software Engineer in Vancouver, Canada. He is a Senior Research Scientist at the Evolutionary Informatics Lab. Ewert holds a PhD from Baylor University, Waco, Texas, USA. He has written a number of papers relating to search, information, and complexity including studies of computer models purporting to describe Darwinian evolution and developing information theoretic models to measure specified complexity.
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