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  • MNH Code 

    Friedman, Lee; Komogortsev, Oleg (2017-10-11)
    See ReadMeFirst.txt. This is MATLAB Code for the MNH eye movement classification program. It is fully described in the submitted manuscript: A Novel Evaluation of Two Related Algorithms for Eye Movement Classification ...
  • Letting Users Choose Recommender Algorithms: An Experimental Study 

    Ekstrand, Michael D.; Kluver, Daniel; Harper, F. Maxwell; Konstan, Joseph A. (Association for Computing Machinery, 2015-09-16)
    Recommender systems are not one-size-fits-all; different algorithms and data sources have different strengths, making them a better or worse fit for different users and use cases. As one way of taking advantage of the ...
  • Automatic Text Summarization with Neural Networks 

    Kaikhah, Khosrow (2004-06-22)
    A novel technique for summarizing news articles using neural networks is presented. A neural network is trained to learn the relevant features cf sentences that should be included in the summary of the article. The neural ...
  • Incremental Evolution of Trainable Neural Networks that are Backwards Compatible 

    Christenson, Chris; Kaikhah, Khosrow (2006-02-01)
    Supervised learning has long been used to modify the artificial neural network in order to perform classification tasks. However, the standard fully-connected layered design is often inadequate when performing such tasks. ...
  • Computer Generated Holograms for Optical Neural Networks 

    Kaikhah, Khosrow; Loochan, F. (2001-03-01)
    While numerous artificial neural network (ANN) models have been electronically implemented and simulated by conventional computers, optical technology provides a far superior mechanism for the implementation of large-scale ...
  • Variable Hidden Layer Sizing in Elman Recurrent Neuro-Evolution 

    Kaikhah, Khosrow; Garlick, Ryan (2000-05-01)
    The relationship between the size of the hidden layer in a neural network and performance in a particular domain is currently an open research issue. Often, the number of neurons in the hidden layer is chosen empirically ...
  • Discovering Trends in Large Datasets Using Neural Networks 

    Kaikhah, Khosrow; Doddameti, Sandesh (2006-02-01)
    A novel knowledge discovery technique using neural networks is presented. A neural network is trained to learn the correlations and relationships that exist in a dataset. The neural network is then pruned and modified to ...
  • Modified Bifurcating Neuron with Leaky-Integrate-and-Fire Model 

    Risinger, Lon; Kaikhah, Khosrow (2004-05-11)
    The Modified Bifurcating Neuron (MBN) is a neuron model that is capable of amplitude-to-phase conversion and volume-holographic memory. Inputs are real valued and temporally spaced. This allows information to be coded in ...
  • Knowledge Discovery Using Neural Networks 

    Kaikhah, Khosrow; Doddameti, Sandesh (2004-05-01)
    A novel knowledge discovery technique using neural networks is presented. A neural network is trained to learn the correlations and relationships that exist in a dataset. The neural network is then pruned and modified to ...
  • Backpropagation: In Search of Performance Parameters 

    Enumulapally, Anil Kumar; Bu, Lingguo; Kaikhah, Khosrow (2004-04-01)
    This work is an extensive study of the backpropagation network based on a new visual tool, Equal Opportunity for Recognition (EOR) for all inputs to be recalled, which is used to evaluate the overall network performance, ...
  • Text Summarization Using Neural Networks 

    Kaikhah, Khosrow (2004-04-01)
    A new technique for summarizing news articles using a neural network is presented. A neural network is trained to learn the relevant characteristics of sentences that should be included in the summary of the article. The ...
  • Predicting Trends in Retinol and Beta-Carotene Plasma Levels Using Neural Networks 

    Kaikhah, Khosrow (2004-07-01)
    A novel knowledge discovery and prediction technique using neural networks is presented. A neural network is trained to learn the correlations among physical and dietary characteristics of several hundred people to their ...
  • Automated Natural Language Evaluators - (ANLE) 

    Kaikhah, Khosrow (1993-12-01)
    By the turn of the century, it is expected that most computer applications will include a natural language processing component. Both developers and consumers of NLP systems have expressed a genuine need for standard natural ...
  • User Perception of Differences in Recommender Algorithms 

    Ekstrand, Michael D.; Harper, F. Maxwell; Willemsen, Martijn C.; Konstan, Joseph A. (Association for Computing Machinery, 2014-10)
    Recent developments in user evaluation of recommender systems have brought forth powerful new tools for understanding what makes recommendations effective and useful. We apply these methods to understand how users evaluate ...