Belgian mathematical psychologist who has dealt with many topics including reaction time theory, decision theory and philosophy of science. He developed knowledge space theory which is the mathematical foundation for the ALEKS software.
He spent two years as an officer in the Belgian army after graduating high school.
He was recognized as a "Friend of NSERC" in 1994 by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada.
He grew up with his family in Brussels, Belgium.
Like him, Karel Bossart was also a Belgian scientist.