QED Lab Member Alex Bisberg has had his paper SCOPE: Selective Cross-validataion Over Parameters for Elo accepted for presentation at the Poster Session at the 15th AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Interactive Digital Entertainment (AIIDE) to be celebrated in Atlanta, GA, USA on October 8th through 12th, 2019. In the paper, Alex presents his work on quantifying “skill” in esports via the SCOPE model, cross-validated on a Call of Duty esports dataset.
QED Lab Member Michael Clemens has had his paper Creativity Support for Novice and Sensory Impaired Users in DAWs accepted for presentation at the Doctoral Consortium at the 10th International Conference on Computational Creativity to be celebrated in Charlotte, NC, USA on June 17th through 21st, 2019. In the paper, Michael presents his research plan for graduate school.
Rogelio E. Cardona-Rivera (QED Lab Director) and R. Michael Young have had their paper Desiderata for a Computational Model of Human Online Narrative Sensemaking accepted for publication at the 2019 AAAI Spring Symposium on Story-enabled Intelligence. The paper presents a set of constraints that computational models ought to satisfy should they purport to represent/encode the cognitive processes involved in online (i.e. during reading/viewing) human narrative sensemaking.