In this lecture, Professor Liu presents a novel research theory that he and his team have developed, an approximate reasoning based computational framework. The theory has been used on four applications, two of which are discussed; the manipulation of prosthetic limbs and the analysis of human body motion through CCTV cameras. This theory overcomes both practical and theoretical research constraints and provides a solution to one of the problems in intelligent systems. Professor Liu has research interests in machine intelligence, multi-sensor fusion, fuzzy and qualitative reasoning, knowledge representation, motion planning, robotic systems and web-based systems. His research have been funded by a range of funding bodies including the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).

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