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Mary K. Finley Missouri Distinguished Professor of Computer Engineering
131 Emerson Electric Co. Hall
301 W. 16th Street
Rolla, MO 65409-0040
Key research contributions are: Clustering; Adaptive resonance and Reinforcement Learning architectures, hardware and applications; Neurofuzzy regression;Traveling Salesman Problem heuristics; Robotic Swarms; and Bioinformatics. He has produced 16 Ph.D. recipients in Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Computer Science; has attracted over $8 million in sponsored research; and has over 300 publications including nine books.
Clustering, Neural Networks, Reinforcement Learning, Approximate Dynamic Programming, Adaptive Dynamic Programming, Adaptive Critic Designs, Adaptive Resonance Theory, Fuzzy Systems, Evolutionary Computation, Particle Swarm Optimization, Nonlinear Regression, Memristors, Game of Go (Baduk, Weichi), Traveling Salesman Problem, Prisoner's Dilemma Problem, Robotic Swarms, Bioinformatics, Self-Healing Critical Infrastructure, Smart Grid, Critical Infrastructure and Cybersecurity.