Intelligence modelling, intelligent system modelling, intelligent system design and development, machine learning, computer and network security, web-based technologies
In computing research and systems development, I have two dreams to realize: a 35+ year old dream is to develop a generic model that can be used to model different kinds of intelligence and to develop intelligent systems; a 20+ year old dream is to build a unique knowledge-based integrated system for online distance education, that can provide an integrated solution for today's online distance education for all educational institutions. Outcomes from my research on my dream #1 include a generic model called Constrained Object Hierarchies (COHs), a generic logic system called UniLog, and a programming language called Gismo. Outcomes from my research on my dream #2 include a web-based system called KBIES, and a website powered by KBIES at education.trustopen.org, and systems derived from KBIES for open research, open publication, open wisdom, open society, open health, open community, open business and open cohort.
Back to reality, I have been teaching and researching for decades in computer networks, computer and network security, computer game programming and development, technologies for web-based systems, and have successfully created nine (9) courses including comp218 (introduction to computer programming with Python), comp266 (Introduction to Web Programming), comp347 (Computer Networks), comp348 (Network Programming in Java) , comp369 (Practical Game Programming), comp400 (Computer and Network Security), comp466 (Advanced Technologies for Web-based systems), comp604 (Enterprise Computer Networks) and comp660 (Enterprise Information and Network Security).
In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):