Honors were presented on Sept. 27 by administration and congressional representatives during ceremonies at the Women in Military Service for America Memorial at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia.
Reagor was honored for her pioneering work in the development of fuzzy logic applications, resulting in extremely versatile, widely applicable data mining and modeling tools for complex systems. She is co-inventor of the Reagor Lynn Method (RLM) technology, a unique mathematical technique for quickly creating compact, accurate, high performance models of complex physical phenomena.
Reagor holds a bachelor's degree in mathematics from
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