Selected Publications

. Always Be Dreaming: A New Approach for Data-Free Class-Incremental Learning. International Conference on Computer Vision (ICCV), 2021.

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. Unsupervised Progressive Learning and the STAM Architecture. International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligent (IJCAI), 2021.

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. Memory-Efficient Semi-Supervised Continual Learning: The World is its Own Replay Buffer. International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN), 2021.

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Projects

Always Be Dreaming: A New Approach for Data-Free Class-Incremental Learning

Data-Free Class-Incremental Learning, where an agent must learn new concepts over time without storing generators or training data from past tasks

Memory-Efficient Semi-Supervised Continual Learning: The World is its Own Replay Buffer

Realistic Semi-Supervised Continual Learning, where data distributions reflect object class correlations between, and among, the labeled and unlabeled data distributions

Unsupervised Progressive Learning and the STAM Architecture

Learning data representations from a non-stationary stream of unlabeled data for downstream classification tasks

Neural Network Training with Levenberg-Marquardt and Adaptable Weight Compression

Gradient-descent algorithm purposed to evade the vanishing gradient problem

Thin wire antenna design using a novel branching scheme and genetic algorithm optimization

Optimization project to design thin wire antennas capable of approximating any arbitrary antenna gain pattern

Teaching

I was a Teaching Assistant for the following courses:

Georgia Tech

Auburn University

  • ELEC 2110: Electric Circuit Analysis (Summer 2017)
  • ELEC 2210: Digital Electronics (Fall 2017, Spring 2018)
  • ENG 1110: Introduction to Electrical Engineering (Fall 2017)

Recent Posts

I was a recent student spotlight for ML@GT

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James Smith, graduate student in electrical and computer engineering, will be presented with the Alton B. Zerby and Carl T. Koerner Outstanding Student Award from IEEE-Eta Kappa Nu at an awards ceremony in March 2018.

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James Smith, senior in electrical engineering, was chosen as the Auburn Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering’s outstanding student for 2017.

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