Artificial Intelligence and Probabilistic Reasoning
The Artificial Intelligence and Approximate Reasoning Group (GIARA) was established in 2002 by Professor Humberto Bustince at the Public University of Navarra. Currently, GIARA is made of eighteen members (twelve holding doctoral degrees and five doctoral students).
GIARA is a multidisciplinary team (physicists, mathematicians, computer engineers and industrial engineers) with broad experience and a remarkable national and international impact. They conduct theoretical research in the areas of information fusion, fuzzy sets and extensions. In addition, they develop models and applications in the fields of data mining, big data and image processing.
Lines of research:
- Theory: information fusion, fuzzy sets and extensions.
- Decision making: multicriteria, consensus, preference relations and recommendation systems.
- Computer vision: image processing, magnification/demagnification, edge detection, stereo vision.
- Data mining: machine learning, classification, fuzzy rule-based models, ensemble-based models, deep learning, big data.
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