The principal goals of this course are: 1) to learn the fundamentals of object-oriented programming, 2) to gain skill and proficiency in using the C++ programming language, 3) to exercise the C++ language in implementing a moderate sized software system designed with objects. Prer., CS 2060, CS 2080; Engineering majors only. Workload: I expect students to devote an average of 6-7 hours per week outside of class on work for this class. Some of that work will be in teams.
helloWelcome to my webpage, I am Rory, an Associate Professor of Computer Science at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.
Curriculum VitaeOnline version here.
ResearchMachine learning complex systems and artificial Intelligince deep learning. Research is carried out at UCCS, the University of Colorado Denver's Anschutz Medical Campus, and at the United States Olympic Committee.
AuthorJournals: I have published about 40 papers in machine learning and artificial intelligence. Books: I have authored several books for programming iOS devices using Objective-C. Published under APress / Springer, used as a text book in colleges and translated into four languages.
TeachingAt the graduate level I lecture computer science classes in machine learning, databases, logic & predicate calculus. At the undergraduate level I lecture Bachelor of Innovation classes in Business Law and intellectual property transfer.
LawBefore academia, I worked at Fulbright & Jaworski (Austin and San Francisco), and at Skjervan Morril (San Jose) where I helped litigate intel v. AMD. Nowadays, I am on advisory boards at biomedical high tech litigation, political and sports science committees.
SportsKera and I participate in mountain bike races, triathlons, XC & telemark skiing. I am also a cat-2 road cylist and run marathons.
Matt Guerry | The Daily Collegian Sep 28, 2016
Alayna Kennedy said she has long been drawn to the intersection of her fields of interest: biomedicine, engineering and computer sciences. When she was accepted into a research program on machine learning at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs last summer, she had the chance to chase that fascination. “I wanted to do something in the realm of prosthetics, and working on bio-robotic and bio-animatronics,” Kennedy (junior – engineering sciences) said. Kennedy said this idea was too broad to explore in the two-month duration of the program. But, with the help of UCCS assistant professor Rory Lewis, she was able to focus her research on a topic with potential prosthetic aptitude: artificial neural networks. SEE original article here or see saved version as a pdf here.
Our paper, Machine Intelligence: The Neuroscience of Chordal Semantics & its Association with Emotion Constructs and Social Demographics, has been accepted for presentation at the 22nd International Symposium on Methodologies for Intelligent Systems. See conference here.
Abstract. We present an extension to knowledge discovery in Music Information Retrieval (MIR) databases and the emotional indices associated with i) various scalar theory, and ii) correlative behavioral demographics. Certain societal demographics are set in their ways as to how they dress, behave in society, solve problems and deal with anger and other emotional states. It is also well documented that particular musical scales evoke particular states of emotion and personalities of their own. This paper extends the work that Knowledge Discovery in Databases (KDD) and Rough Set Theory has opened in terms of mathematically linking music scalar theory to emotions. We now, extend the paradigm by associating emotions, based from music, to societal demographics and how strong these relationships to music are as to aect, if at all, how one may dress, behave in society, solve problems and deal with anger and other emotional states
Travelled to Washington DC to discuss licensing agreement with Dr. Waziri.
Teamed up with Mathematics PhD student Ronald Broberg.
The Human Brain Project and BIH worked in conjunction to develop and disseminate understandings of novel intelligent computing formalisms, techniques, and technologies in the special application contexts of brain and health related studies and services. It is devoted to interdisciplinary studiescovering computational, logical, cognitive and neuro-psysiological studies.
The scope of ISMIS is intended to represent a wide range of topics on applying Artificial Intelligence techniques to areas as diverse as decision support, automated deduction, reasoning, knowledge based systems, machine learning, computer vision, robotics, planning, databases, information retrieval, etc. The focus is on research in intelligent systems. The conference addresses issues involving solutions to problems that are complex to be solved through conventional approaches and that require the simulation of intelligent thought processes, heuristics and applications of knowledge. The integration of these multiple approaches in solving complex problems is of particular importance.
Presenting and giving training for latest version of the machine learning research system. Chad Mello, my PhD student then continued the training and illustrated how it can find all seizures in two weeks of EEGs , in 30 seconds. This is something post docs take 60 hours to do.
University of Colorado awards Dr. Lewis with Inventor of the Year, Computational Neurosciences
Curriculum VitaeSImilar to that of a resume.
Artificial Intelligence. A broader class which includes Machine Learning. It’s a broad term referring to machines that can procure up solutions to problems on their own. Cannot reprogram itself. Uses Statistics.
Machine learning :: A machine's ability to predict events, know if those predictions were correct or not, and reprogram itself, without human intervention, to never make that same mistake again. Mimics humans by using Rough Set Theory, Fuzzy Logic and KDD.