This page contains those projects of mine that are sufficiently developed to go forth into the world.
I want these ideas to see the light of day and to flirt with others’ minds. These interactions will either obviate their weaknesses or make them stronger–both of which represent progress.
Feel free to cite these projects and papers, to comment on them, and to offer your thoughts and criticism.
Modeling Heart Rate and Activity Data for Personalized Fitness Recommendation (International World Wide Web Conference 2019)
Interactive Communicative Inference (Proceedings of the Cognitive Science Society 2017)
A minimal parsimonious model of pragmatic comprehension (Master’s Thesis)
Pragmatic coordination on context via definite reference (abstract) with Christopher Potts, Michael Frank, and Roger Levy (XPRAG 2015)
Reconciling the Physical and the Phenomenal (Undergraduate Thesis)
Perspectival free will
A pilot experiment on interactive communicative inference
The Gettier problem
A reinterpretation of Searle’s Chinese Room
Shelling with Uncertainty
Building Human-centric Models
CSP-based minesweeper solver
Kahonen maps simulation
Spike time reliability simulations
Church simulation for interactive communicative inference
Code for context coordination models
Contextual LSTMs for Modeling Workout Data
Omnidirectional Learning for Collaborative Filtering
*Unlinked projects will be added shortly