Over the course of the Fall 2016 semester, we designed and are continuing to build our immersive 3D VR experience of the novel. We explore and evaluate Ulysses in a way that no one has yet done. 21 students from several depts. of Boston College came together for this seminar. Using the literary knowledge of our English students, the creative direction of our Art students, Liam Weir doing his thing, and the technical skill of the CS students, we are building a project that will show Joyce’s world in a way unlike any other.
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Project description: You have to develop an algorithm that given a query image finds the “closest” entries to it on a dataset of images.
Our program works in two parts. First we extract features from all of the images in the dataset, and then add them to a LSH, which "is an algorithm for solving the approximate or exact Near Neighbor Search in high dimensional spaces." See MIT for more on that. Then, we extract the same feature from an image in the the query set, and then query the LSH to retrieve neighbors. Check out our repo for more info and our final submission and paper.
My personal assistant. (Major work in progress). Built using Raspberry Pi 3, Jasper, and Facebook Messenger. More to come. (The link should 404 the repo is currently private)
The final project for CSCI 3390 Topics in CS (Big Data), This project aims to classify texts based solely on content, and to form book recommendations using punctuation profiles, author name, book metadata, and content clustering using KNN, KMeans, and OLS regression.
Way back when, I did these to prepare for interviews. I'll probably go back and fix these.
These are all the assignments from my object oriented design course. Well, most of them, it needs to be updated.