By Jie Lu, Etienne Kerre
This quantity is a tribute to Professor Dr Da Ruan, who passed on to the great beyond by surprise on July 31, 2011, elderly 50. The flood of emails that unfold in the course of the fuzzy common sense study neighborhood with the tragic information was once testimony to the glory and liking felt for this outstanding guy. Da used to be a hardworking , hugely efficient scientist who, in the course of his brief existence, released 35 books and greater than 250 examine papers in hugely ranked journals and convention court cases. He verified profitable meetings, FLINS and ISKE, in addition to the foreign magazine, JCIS.
This booklet is a set of contributions from 88 of Da's educational acquaintances from forty seven institutes, awarded in 60 chapters and over 70 photos. A Foreword by means of Lotfi Zadeh starts off Da's tale. part 1 offers an summary of Da's funeral on August 6, 2011. half II outlines Da’s medical existence, his schooling, clinical profession, guides and keynote talks. half III provides testimonials through Da's colleagues of educational actions, together with visitor professorships and his many visits to overseas institutes. half IV includes thirty contributions from colleagues and pals the world over to explain their collaborative adventure with Da.
We wish this publication will maintain the reminiscence of Da alive – nice scientist, nice good friend, nice humanitarian. he'll stay in our hearts forever.
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Springer, Heidelberg 20. Xu Y, Ruan D, Qin K, Liu J (2003) Lattice-Valued Logic — An Alternative Approach to Treat Fuzziness and Incomparability. Springer, Heidelberg 47 48 21. Zhou C, Maravall D, Ruan D (2003) Autonomous Robotic Systems — Soft Computing and Hard Computing Methodologies and Applications. PhysicaVerlag, Heidelberg 22. Ruan D, Fantoni PF (2002) Power Plant Surveillance and Diagnostics — Applied Research with Artificial Intelligence. Springer, Heidelberg 23. Ruan D, D’hondt P, Kerre EE (2002) Proceedings of FLINS 2002 on Computational Intelligent Systems for Applied Research.
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Com/locate/fss Obituary: In Memoriam Prof. Dr. Da Ruan Prof. Dr. Da Ruan On July 30, 2011 our colleague and friend Dr. Da Ruan suddenly passed away in his home at the age of 50 due to a heart failure. I still cannot believe I have to write this in memoriam for one of the best human beings I ever met. I met Da for the first time about 25 years ago when he joined my research group on Fuzziness and Uncertainty Modelling at Ghent University. D. degree. From the very beginning of our cooperation I was very touched by his competence and hard working to tackle completely new issues in the recently developed mathematics of fuzziness.