W. D. Potter

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This paper describes a method of employing a learning algorithm to efficiently classify gestures made by a human to a robot. Such an algorithm acts as a more powerful communication interface for Human Computer Intelligent Interaction. AIBO classifies the gestures performed by a person using neural networks and then performs actions corresponding to the(More)
This paper reports on four microcontroller-based courses developed at the University of Georgia for a broad multidisciplinary undergraduate and graduate student body. The courses are Introduction to Robotics, Embedded Systems, Introduction to Microcontrollers, and Advanced Microcontrollers. These courses which are taught in a hands-on manner equip students(More)
An Intelligent Information System (IIS) is viewed as composed of a unified knowledge base, database, and model base. This allows an IIS to provide responses to user queries regardless of whether the query process involves a data retrieval, an inference, a computational method, a problem solving module, or some combination of these. NED-2 is a full-featured(More)
The Snake-in-the-Box problem finds its roots in graph theory and computer science with applications in electrical engineering, coding theory, analog-to-digital conversion, disjunctive normal form simplification, electronic combination locking, and computer network topologies. This fascinating problem has puzzled scholars for over 50 years, but research has(More)