Anthony D. Rhodes Office: FAB 115 |

Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Computer Vision, Numerical Analysis, Computational Mathematics, Intellectual History, Fin de Siecle Studies.

__Education__

**Ph.D.** Mathematical Sciences, Portland State University. (in progress)

<>Focus: Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence

<>Dissertation: "Efficient Object Localizaton for Situation Recognition in Computer Vision."

<>Advisors: Melanie Mitchell, Computer Science, Portland State University; Bruno Jedynak, Statistics, Portland State University.

**M.S.** Computer Science, Portland State University. (in progress)

**M.S.** Mathematics, Portland State University.

<>Foci: Computational Mathematics, Numerical Analysis, Algebra, Graph Theory, Topology.

<>Thesis: "The Algebraic Structure of Cellular Automata."

**M.A.** History, Philosophy and German Studies, Portland State University.

<>Focus: Modern European Intellectual History

<>Thesis: "Jacob Burckhardt: History and the Greeks in the Modern Context."

**G.C.C.I.** Graduate Certificate in Computational Intelligence, Portland State University.

**G.C.A.S.** Graduate Certificate in Applied Statistics, Portland State University.

**B.A.** Mathematics, with distinction, UC San Diego.

**B.A.** History, Minor: Classical Studies, with distinction, UC San Diego.

__Publications__

Rhodes, A. D., Goel, M. Deep Siamese Networks with Bayesian non-Parametrics for Video Object Tracking. Submitted. pdf

Rhodes, A. D., Goel, M. Tracking-Based Background Estimation for Object Segmentation and Video Inpainting [short paper]. *SIGGRAPH European Conference on Visual Media Production * (CVMP), London, UK, December 2018.

Rhodes, A. D. Real-Time Wind Noise Detection and Suppression with Neural-Based Signal Reconstruction for Multi-Channel, Low-Power Devices. *IEEE: International Conference on New Trends in Engineering and Technology* (ICNTET), Chennai, India, September, 2018. pdf

Rhodes, A. D., Witte, J., Mitchell, M., and Jedynak, B. Gaussian Processes with Context-Supported Priors for Active Object Localization. *Proceedings of the International Joint Conference on Neural Networks* (IJCNN), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, July, 2018. pdf

Rhodes, A. D., Witte, J., Mitchell, M., and Jedynak, B. Bayesian optimization for refining object proposals.

Rhodes, A. D., Quinn, M. H., and Mitchell, M. Fast on-line kernel density estimation for active object localization.

on Neural Networks

Quinn, M. H., Rhodes, A. D., and Mitchell, M. (2016). Active object localization in visual situations. arXiv 1607.00548. pdf

Rhodes, A. D., Goel, M., Kar, S., A Siamese Network-Based Deep Learning Technique for Rotoscopting Applications.

Rhodes, A. D., Kar, S., Efficient Wind Detection using Multiple Microphones for Headworn Devices.

Rhodes, A. D., Kar, S., Neural-Based Signal Reconstruction using Multiple Microphone for Headworn Devices.

<>"Deep Siamese Networks with Bayesian non-Parametrics for Video Object Tracking", Applied/Computational Math Seminar, Portland State University, April, 2019.

<>"Automating Vfx Tasks with AI", Applied/Computational Math Seminar, Portland State University, January, 2019.

<>"Tracking-Based Background Estimation for Object Segmentation and Video Inpainting", CVMP, December, 2018, London, UK.

<>“Gaussian Processes with Context-Supported Priors for Active Object Localization.”, International Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN), July, 2018, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

<>"Computer Vision & Multi-Object Tracking", Intel Corporation, Hillsboro, Oregon, May, 2018.

<>“Dimensionality Reduction Methods for Machine Learning”, guest lecture for graduate course in Statistical Learning III, STAT 610, PSU, March, 2018.

<>“Perceptrons and Neural Learning”, guest lecture for graduate course in Statistical Learning II, STAT 610, PSU, February, 2018.

<>“Neural-Based Wind Noise Detection and Suppression for Low-Power Devices”, PSU Seminar in Applied & Computational Mathematics, Winter, 2018.

<>"Bayesian Optimization for Refining Object Proposals", Proceedings of the International Conference on Image Processing Theory, Tools & Applications (IPTA),

November 2017, Montreal, Canada.

<>“Gaussian Processes with Context-Supported Priors for Active Object Localization”, PSU Statistics and Statistical Learning Seminar, May 2017.

<>“Bayesian Optimization for Refining Object Proposals, with an Application to Pedestrian Detection”, PSU Student Research Symposium, May 2017.

<>“Fast On-Line Kernel Density Estimation for Active Object Localization”, International Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN), May 2017, Anchorage, AK.

<>“Machine Learning Classification & Support Vector Machines”, guest lecture for graduate course in CS: Machine Learning, April 2017.

<>“Graphical Models for Machine Learning”, guest lecture for graduate course in Statistical Learning, PSU, Winter 2017.

<>“A Primer on Bayesian Optimization for Active Object Localization in Computer Vision”, WSU Mathematics and Statistics Seminar, Fall 2016.

<>"Foundations / History of AI" slides

<>"An Introduction to Deep Learning" slides

<>"Automating Vfx Tasks with AI" slides

<>"Computer Vision & Multi-Object Tracking" slides

<>Advanced Topics in Machine Learning Course Lectures Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 Part 6 Part 7 Part 8 Part 9

<>Machine Learning Course Lectures Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 Part 6 Part 7 Part 8 Part 9

<>Algorithms & Complexity Course Letures Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 Part 6 Part 7 Part 8 Part 9

<>A.I. Course Lectures Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 Part 6 Part 7 Part 8 Part 9 Part 10 Part 11 Part 12 Part 13 Part 14 Part 15 Part 16 Part 17

<>"Neural-Based Wind Noise Detection and Suppression for Low-Power Devices", slides

<>"Bayesian Optimization for Refining Object Proposals, with an Application to Pedestrian Detection", slides

<>"Graphical Models for Machine Learning", lecture notes

<>"Gaussian Process Regression for Visual Situation Recognition", slides

<>Lectures in Graph Theory and Complex Systems Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 Part 6 Part 7 Part 8 Part 9

<>Lectures in Numerical Analysis Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 Part 6 Part7 Part 8 Part 9 Part 10 Part 11 Part 12 Part 13 Part 14 Part 15

<>"The Algebraic Structure of Cellular Automata," pp. 28. PDF

<>"Jacob Burckhardt: History and the Greeks in the Modern Context," pp. 119. PDF

<>"A Statistical Analysis of Undergraduate Mathematics Placement Scores at Portland State University," pp. 19. PDF

<>"The Case Against Computational Theory of Mind: A Refutation of Mathematically-Contigent Weak A.I.," pp. 27.

CS 250: Discrete Structures I

CS 251: Discrete Structures II

CS 350: Algorithms & Complexity

CS 441/541: Artificial Intelligence

CS 445/545: Machine Learning

CS 446/546: Advanced Topics in Machine Learning

Stat 243: Statistics/Probability I

Stat 244: Statistics II

Math 30: Pre-Algebra

Math 60: Algebra/Geometry I

Math 65: Algebra/Geometry II

Math 95: Intermediate Algebra/Geometry

Math 105: Exploring Mathematics

Math 107: Math & Society

Math 111: Pre-Calculus I

Math 112: Pre-Calculus II/Trigonometry

Math 171: Computational Calculus I

Math 172: Computational Calculus II

Math 221: Finite Mathematics

Math 241: Calculus for Business/Economics

Math 251: Calculus I

Math 252: Calculus II

Math 253: Calculus III

Math 254: Calculus IV

Math 256: Intro to Differential Equations

Math 261: Intro to Linear Algebra

Math 273: Vector Calculus

Math 300: Computational Mathematics & Numerical Analysis

Math 321: Ordinary Differential Equations

Math 398: History of Mathematics

[MOOC]: Matrix Algebra & Applications to Complex Systems

[MOOC]: Graph Theory/Network Theory & Applications to Complex Systems

<> This project investigates a novel approach to building computer systems that can recognize visual situations;

the approach explored integrates two previously-studied approaches: brain-inspired neural networks for lower-lever

vision and cognitive-level models of concepts and analogy-making.

<> Project is funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF).

<> Advisor: Melanie Mitchell , Computer Science, Portland State University.

<> Content/curriculum creation for large-scale courses for http://www.complexityexplorer.org,

a web-based repository of educational materials related to complex systems science.

<>Advisor: Melanie Mitchell, Computer Science, Portland State University.

*Click image to view my lecture series for 'complexity explorer' MOOC*

<> Directed a study to determine the overall efficacy of the undergraduate placement examination process at Portland State University.

<> Advisor: Mara Tableman (Statistics/Mathematics), Portland State University.

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*Calculus Lecture: Day One