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Ronald Deep

Professor Emeritus

School of Engineering: Department of Engineering Management, Systems, and Technology


Email: Ronald Deep
Phone: 937-229-2238
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Kettering Laboratories Room 365F


Selected Publications

  • Deep, Ronald. 2006. Probability and statistics with integrated software routines. Elsevier Academic Print Publications.
  • Deep, Ronald. 2003. A lisp tutorial. Journal of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, electronic (January).
  • Deep, R., C. Ebeling, C. Shaw, and P. Sweeney. 2007. A comparative analysis of distance learning versus on-campus course deliveries. ASBBS 2007 Conference Proceedings, in Las Vegas, Nevada.
  • Deep, R., C. Ebeling, J. Litko, and P. Sweeney. 2006. A comparative analysis of student perceptions of live classroom teaching, live distance learning, and recordings. ASBBS 2006 Conference Proceedings, in Las Vegas, Nevada.
  • Lee, David R., Patrick K. Sweeney, and Ron Deep. 2001. Emotional intelligence factors and influence tactics. ASBBS 2001 Conference Proceedings, in Las Vegas, Nevada.
  • Deep, R. 1970, 1971. NAECON proceedings on expert systems and on an automated fabrication planner.
  • Deep, R. 2009. Pride or arrogance: Where's the rub? MPULSE, the Dayton Area Mensa Newsletter 41, no. 9 (June).
  • Deep, R. 2004. Prospecting in perspectives with deep in thought. MPULSE, the Dayton Area Mensa Newsletter 41, no. 9 (September).

Courses Taught

  • ENM 500
  • ENM 501
  • ENM 503
  • ENM 505
  • ENM 530
  • ENM 521
  • ENM 560
  • ENM 582
  • ENM 575
  • ENM 577
  • ENN 579


  • Ph.D., Mathematics Education, Florida State University, 1976
  • M.S., Electrical Engineering, Purdue University, 1970
  • B.S., Engineering Science, U.S. Air Force Academy, 1960

Research Interests

  • Artificial intelligence
  • Applied statistics