Umer Rasheed

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Traffic prediction algorithms can help improve the performance of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS). To this end, ITS require algorithms with high prediction accuracy. For more robust performance, the traffic systems also require a measure of uncertainty associated with prediction data. Data driven algorithms such as Support Vector Regression (SVR)(More)
Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) often operate on large road networks, and typically collect traffic data with high temporal resolution. Consequently, ITS need to handle massive volumes of data, and methods to represent that data in more compact representations are sorely needed. Subspace methods such as Principal Component Analysis (PCA) can create(More)
–In this paper we present a system that provides real-time feedback about an ongoing discussion. Various speech statistics, such as speaking length, speaker turns, and speaking turn duration, are computed and displayed in real-time. In social monitoring, such statistics have been used to interpret and deduce talking mannerisms of people, and gain insights(More)
In general, benzothiazole derivatives have attracted great interest due to thier pharmaceutical and biological importance. New 2-amino-6-arylbenzothiazoles were synthesized in moderate to excellent yields via Suzuki cross coupling reactions using various aryl boronic acids and aryl boronic acid pinacol esters and the antiurease and nitric oxide (NO)(More)
In this work we present a humanoid robot (Nao) that provides real-time sociofeedback to participants taking part in two-person dialogs. The sociofeedback system quantifies speech mannerism and social behavior of participants in an ongoing conversation, determines whether feedback is required, and delivers feedback through Nao. For example, Nao alarms the(More)
A real-time system is proposed to quantitatively assess speaking man-nerisms and social behavior from audio recordings of two-person dialogs. Speaking mannerisms are quantitatively assessed by low-level speech metrics such as volume, rate, and pitch of speech. The social behavior is quantified by sociomet-rics including level of interest, agreement, and(More)
The detection of driving space is the most fundamental step in intelligent vehicle control. This research paper proposes a generic vision based algorithm for identifying driving surfaces in various indoor and outdoor environments. In this paper, instead of relying on a static model for demarcating the boundaries of the driving surfaces, we propose a novel(More)
handle massive volumes of data, and methods to represent that data in more compact representations are sorely needed. Subspace methods such as Principal Component Analysis (PCA) can create accurate low-dimensional models. However, such models are not readily interpretable, as the principal components usually involve a large number of links in the traffic(More)
In this paper we present the first comparative study of evolutionary classifiers for the problem of road detection. We use seven evolutionary algorithms (<i>GAssist-ADI, XCS, UCS, cAnt, EvRBF,Fuzzy-AB and FuzzySLAVE</i>) for this purpose and to develop better understanding we also compare their performance with two well-known non-evolutionary classifiers(More)
Autonomous steering control is the principal task in the development of an intelligent transportation system. This research paper proposes a novel approach for vision based intelligent control of unmanned vehicles. The paper addresses the problems of accurate and efficient intelligent vehicle control by incorporating a well known evolutionary algorithm(More)