Saturday, October 31, 2015

PAST PROJECTS FROM THE CSML

Below please find a sampling of some of the past projects done recently in the CSML that are unrelated to football:

  • Justin Simerly, Traffic COP (Controller Optimizing Productivity), an agent-based simulation of intelligent stop lights to optimize traffic flow. Winner of the University of Evansville's Most Outstanding Senior Project in Computer Science Award, 2014.
  • Austin Willis, Technological Enhancement of Humanistic Education: Modeling Student Interaction in a Classroom Setting. Supported by the UExplore Undergraduate Research Program, The University of Evansville. 2013.
  • Christopher Harrison, Transforming Standard Databases into Teleodynamic and Predictive Mechanisms. Supported by the UExplore Undergraduate Research Program, The University of Evansville. Some results of this study published as Information-Theoretic Teleodynamics in Natural and Artificial Systems. In A Computable Universe: Understanding Computation & Exploring Nature as Computation edited by Hector Zenil (World Scientific, 2012), forthcoming. Some results presented as 1) A Brief Introduction to Information-Theoretic Teleodynamics, Info-Metrics: Information Processing across the Sciences. Info-Metrics Institute Workshop on the Philosophy of Information, American University, Washington, D.C., October 3rd, 2011, and 2) Hybrid Networks: Transforming Networks for Social and Textual Analysis into Teleodynamic and Predictive Mechanisms. Institute for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities, sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM), University of California, Los Angeles, October 20th-22nd, 2011.
  • Mason Blankenship and Justin Simerly, Noesis: Philosophical Research Online and the Indiana Philosophy Ontology Project. Supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities. 2011.
  • Derek Burrows, Dynamic Associative Network Automatic Document Classification. Supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Accepted for Presentation at the Undergraduate Conference in Math, Engineering and Science, University of Evansville, Evansville, Indiana, March 26th, 2011. Winner of the University of Evansville's Outstanding Senior Project in Computer Science Award, 2011.
  • Guy Wyant, Dynamic Associative Networks and Automatic Document Classification. Supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Winner of the University of Evansville's Outstanding Senior Project in Computer Science Award, 2010.
  • Michael Zlatkovsky, Modeling and Visualizing Dynamic Associative Networks: Towards Developing a More Robust and Biologically-Plausible Cognitive Model. See the companion website for details.Presented at the Undergraduate Conference in Math, Engineering and Science, University of Evansville, Evansville, Indiana, April 4th, 2009.Winner of the University of Evansville's Outstanding Senior Project in Computer Science Award, 2009.
  • Jonathan Clucas, Cognitive Transfer Via Analogical Reasoning: Applying Lessons to the Wason Selection Task. Presented at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research, Salisbury University, Salisbury, Maryland, April 10th-12th, 2008.

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