MATHEMATICIAN Lotfi Zadeh made numerous contributions to math, 理科, and education.
With many of Zadeh’s theories and findings utilized in many higher education settings, his legacy lives on.
Who was Lotfi Zadeh and what did he do?
Iranian-American engineer Lotfi Zadeh was born Lotfi Aliaskerzadeh in the previously Soviet nation of Azerbaijan SSR.
He was born on February 4 の 1921.
At the age of ten, Zadeh and his family moved to Iran in 1931.
After graduating from The University of Tehran in Iran, Zadeh decided to pursue an even higher education, which caused him to make a big move.
He moved to the United States in 1943 and attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he received his Master’s of Science in 1946.
What is Lotfi Zadeh most remembered for?
Following Zadeh’s stint at MIT, he earned his PH.D in electrical engineering from Columbia University in 1949.
The concept of “fuzzy mathematics’ is considered to be one of Lotfi Zadeh’s long lasting contributions .
ザ・ “fuzzy” concept in mathematics also includes fuzzy sets, logic, algorithms, semantics, コントロール, 言語, systems, 情報, イベント, and probabilities.
Zadeh began teaching the fuzzy branch of mathematics while he was the Department Chair of Electrical Engineering at the University of California at Berkeley.
He assumed the position at UC Berkeley in 1963.
What were Zadeh’s views on education?
Through his leadership at UC Berkeley, he is often credited with the integration on electrical engineering and computer science programs.
Zadeh stressed the importance of various electrical engineering and computer science programs being at the availability of scholars, 学部, と学生.
Zadeh’s strides in education regarding different types of math, エンジニアリング, and science programs are the reason many higher education institutes have decided to broaden their own programs.
Lotfi Zadeh passed away on September 6, 2017 歳の時に 96.
Google Doodles honored his memory on November 30, 2021.