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This lecture complements (and builds on top of) the lectures "Introduction to Pattern Recognition" and "Pattern Recognition". In this third edition, we focus on modeling of densities, and how to use these models for analyzing the data. Major topics of this lecture are regression, density estimation, manifold learning, hidden Markov models, conditional random fields, and random forests. The lecture is accompanied by exercises, where theoretical results are practically implemented and applied.
 
Deep Learning (DL) has attracted much interest in a wide range of applications such as image recognition, speech recognition and artificial intelligence, both from academia and industry. This lecture introduces the core elements of neural networks and deep learning, it comprises: (multilayer) perceptron, backpropagation, fully connected neural networks loss functions and optimization strategies convolutional neural networks (CNNs) activation functions regularization strategies common practic ...
 
Have you ever wondered about the mysterious "collapse of the wave function" or the "wave-particle duality"? Does Schrödinger´s cat make you uneasy? Do you have a feeling that there could be a deeper, more ´microscopic´ theory underlying Quantum Mechanics? Do you believe that trajectories are ruled out by Quantum Mechanics? Are you confused by the concept of spin or by fermions vs. bosons? Do you want to learn how the founding fathers´ "Gedankenexperiments" are now routinely realized in the l ...
 
Most extensive college and high school football show with game analysis, news and guests. Sammy G is currently a pro scout and former Director of Football Operations at a D2 University and NFL/CFL Agent from 2006-2016. Sammy G went to college in Missouri where he played football. He has extensive knowledge in college football as he travels the state week to week scouting teams in Florida. The Doc is a currently a practicing orthopedic surgeon who specializes in sports injuries. He has been i ...
 
In Conversation is a podcast that features faculty from Florida Atlantic University’s Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters, talking with Dean Michael Horswell, Ph.D., about research and creative activity that spans the arts, humanities, and social sciences. Each episode spotlights a professor whose scholarly work is affecting the world in a significant way. Listeners will not only learn of the latest developments in the many academic disciplines of the college, but will gain insigh ...
 
This lecture complements (and builds on top of) the lectures "Introduction to Pattern Recognition" and "Pattern Recognition". In this third edition, we focus on modeling of densities, and how to use these models for analyzing the data. Major topics of this lecture are regression, density estimation, manifold learning, hidden Markov models, conditional random fields, and random forests. The lecture is accompanied by exercises, where theoretical results are practically implemented and applied.
 
This lecture first supplement the methods of preprocessing presented in Pattern Recognition 1 by some operations useful for image processing. In addition several approaches to image segmentation are shown, like edge detection, recognition of regions and textures and motion computation in image sequences. In the area of speech processing approaches to segmentation of speech signals are discussed as well as vector quantization and the theory of Hidden Markov Models. Accordingly several methods ...
 
Host Justin Musil, nationally renowned baseball and recruiting and scouting guru, unlocks the secrets of college baseball recruiting. Justin has worked with hundreds of players through the recruiting process and is one of the most connected individuals in all of college baseball. This one of a kind podcast provides unique insight and never before heard analysis with all things college baseball recruiting. This is Baseball Recruiting Confidential.
 
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Dean Michael Horswell engages in conversation with Daniel Bolojan as they discuss innovation in deep learning, through the project Deep Himmelb(l)au, and how it can impact the future of Architecture. Deep learning is an artificial intelligence (AI) function that imitates the workings of the human brain in processing data and creating patterns for u…
 
Dean Michael Horswell engages in conversation with Marquese McFerguson, Ph.D. as they discuss navigating race, culture, and gender with poetry and spoken word. Marquese McFerguson is an Assistant Professor of Intercultural Communication, in the School of Communication and Multimedia Studies, for the Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters, a…
 
Dean Michael Horswell engages in conversation with Marquese McFerguson, Ph.D. as they discuss navigating race, culture, and gender with poetry and spoken word. Marquese McFerguson is an Assistant Professor of Intercultural Communication, in the School of Communication and Multimedia Studies, for the Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters, a…
 
Dean Michael Horswell engages in conversation with Mehmet Gurses as they discuss the complex nature of armed conflict and how wartime experience can bring about trauma and growth. Mehmet Gurses (Ph.D. in Political Science, University of North Texas, 2007) is a professor in the Department of Political Science, for the Dorothy F. Schmidt College of A…
 
Dean Horswell engages in conversation with Mehmet Gurses as they discuss the complex nature of armed conflict and how wartime experience can bring about trauma and growth. Mehmet Gurses (Ph.D. in Political Science, University of North Texas, 2007) is a professor in the Department of Political Science, for the Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and …
 
There is a major difference between working hard and playing hard. Xavier Head Coach Billy O’Conner joins host Justin Musil to discuss his saying “Give me the guy who plays hard over the guy who works hard.” The two discuss what Coach O’Conner means with his saying and what he has experienced in his coaching career. This is a can’t miss discussion …
 
Dean Horswell engages in conversation with Sika Dagbovie-Mullins and Eric Berlatsky as they discuss their co-edited collection, Mixed-Race Superheroes, the intersectionality between Superheroes, racial identity, and racial politics in American popular culture. Sika Dagbovie-Mullins is an associate professor and director of Graduate Studies in the D…
 
Dean Horswell engages in conversation with Sika Dagbovie-Mullins and Eric Berlatsky as they discuss their co-edited collection, Mixed-Race Superheroes, the intersectionality between Superheroes, racial identity, and racial politics in American popular culture. Sika Dagbovie-Mullins is an associate professor and director of Graduate Studies in the D…
 
Many players and parents have little direction on what camps and showcases to attend. They are often just wandering through crucial months with uncertainty. In this episode, host Justin Musil is joined by Kent State University Recruiting Coordinator Barret Serrato. Justin and Barrett lay out their advice, for players and parents, on how to decide w…
 
Dean Horswell engages in conversation with Jeffrey E. Huber, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP, MLA Interim Director and Associate Professor for the School of Architecture, as they discuss landscapes that flow with nature and not against it. Jeff Huber is an Associate Professor and Director of MetroLAB in the School of Architecture at FAU where he teaches upper-…
 
Dean Horswell engages in conversation with Jeffrey E. Huber, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP, MLA Interim Director and Associate Professor for the School of Architecture, as they discuss landscapes that flow with nature and not against it. Jeff Huber is an Associate Professor and Director of MetroLAB in the School of Architecture at FAU where he teaches upper-…
 
Dean Horswell engages in conversation with Alejandro Sánchez–Samper, Professor of Music, as they discuss honoring and bringing new life to Columbian Andean regional music. Professor Sánchez–Samper is the Assistant Director of Commercial Music in the Department of Music, in the School of the Arts, for the Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Lette…
 
Great leaders can change a program. Great leaders can impact lives forever. In this episode, host Justin Musil is joined by Northwestern University Head Coach Spencer Allen. The two discuss Coach Allen’s leadership philosophies and the principles he strives for as a leader. This episode is for anyone wanting to make an impact as a leader.…
 
Alan Jaeger and Jaeger Sports have become the gold standard for arm development, arm health, and mental training. Host Justin Musil is joined by Alan Jaeger, as the two discuss a variety of topics. Alan Jaeger gives his advice and recommendations on these topics and every player, parent, and coach should hear them.…
 
Dean Horswell engages in conversation with Alejandro Sánchez–Samper, Professor of Music, as they discuss honoring and bringing new life to Columbian Andean regional music. Professor Sánchez–Samper is the Assistant Director of Commercial Music in the Department of Music, in the School of the Arts, for the Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Lette…
 
Playing in some conferences come with a different level of pressure and attention. The Southeastern Conference is one of those. The large crowds, the media attention, and the pressure that comes with that. In this episode, Host Justin Musil is joined by Louisiana State University Recruiting Coordinator Nolan Cain. Coach Cain is one of the top recru…
 
Dean Horswell engages in conversation with Joey Bargsten, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Interactive Multimedia, as they discuss how Dr. Bargsten combines digital art, film, video games, interactivity, music, and performances from actors to create immersive storytelling through virtual reality. Dr. Bargsten is an Associate Professor of Interactive M…
 
Dean Horswell engages in conversation with Joey Bargsten, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Interactive Multimedia, as they discuss how Dr. Bargsten combines digital art, film, video games, interactivity, music, and performances from actors to create immersive storytelling through virtual reality. Dr. Bargsten is an Associate Professor of Interactive M…
 
Dean Horswell engages in conversation with Becka McKay, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Translation and Creative Writing, and Director of the MFA in Creative Writing, as they discuss her passion for the written word, what inspires her to write, and her process on how she constructs her own poetry. Dr. McKay is an Associate Professor in the Department…
 
Dean Horswell engages in conversation with Becka McKay, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Translation and Creative Writing, and Director of the MFA in Creative Writing, as they discuss her passion for the written word, what inspires her to write, and her process on how she constructs her own poetry. Dr. McKay is an Associate Professor in the Department…
 
Understanding why players fail at the college level can help future players better prepare themselves. College baseball isn’t easy and there are common reasons why players fail, both academically and on the baseball field. Host Justin Musil is joined by Florida Atlantic University recruiting coordinator Greg Mamula. Coach Mamula has coached at vari…
 
Competition is rising and opportunity is scarce. College baseball rosters are crowded and will be for a while, due to the pandemic and NCAA eligibility waivers. Picking the right school is more important now, than ever before. Host Justin Musil is joined on this episode by Lipscomb University Assistant Coach Brian Ryman. Justin and Brian give their…
 
Dean Horswell engages in conversation with Chris Robé, Professor of Film Studies, and Stephen Charbonneau, Associate Professor of Film Studies and they discuss their new book InsUrgent Media from the Front: A Media Activism Reader. Dr. Robe is a Professor of Film and Media Studies in the School of Communication and Multimedia Studies (SCMS), for t…
 
Playing professional baseball isn’t contingent on the level of college baseball a player plays. In this episode, Host Justin Musil explores this topic with Chapman University Head Coach Scott Laverty. Coach Laverty has had players drafted in three straight MLB drafts. He talks about his process at Chapman and how players can become a draft prospect…
 
Dean Horswell engages in conversation with Chris Robé, Professor of Film Studies, and Stephen Charbonneau, Associate Professor of Film Studies and they discuss their new book InsUrgent Media from the Front: A Media Activism Reader. Dr. Robe is a Professor of Film and Media Studies in the School of Communication and Multimedia Studies (SCMS), for t…
 
Dean Horswell engages in conversation with Assistant Professor of Ceramics, Thomas Stollar, Ph.D. and they discuss ceramics as a medium and how it can also archive a civilization. Dr. Stollar is an Assistant Professor of Ceramics, in the Department of Visual Arts & Art History, for the Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters, at Florida Atla…
 
Dean Horswell engages in conversation with Assistant Professor of Ceramics, Thomas Stollar, Ph.D. and they discuss ceramics as a medium and how it can also archive a civilization. Dr. Stollar is an Assistant Professor of Ceramics, in the Department of Visual Arts & Art History, for the Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters, at Florida Atla…
 
Dean Horswell engages in conversation with Assistant Professor of Multimedia Studies, Nicole Morse, as they discuss the cultural phenomenon of the Selfie. Nicole Erin Morse is an Assistant Professor in the School of Communication and Multimedia Studies at Florida Atlantic University and Director of the Center for Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studie…
 
A player’s tools are under a microscope for college and professional baseball. If a player is loaded with tools, they gain a lot of attention and are likely to be highly sought after. The powerful grip a player’s tools has on scouts and college coaches cannot be denied. On this episode, host Justin Musil is joined by University of Kentucky Head Coa…
 
Dean Horswell engages in conversation with Assistant Professor of Multimedia Studies, Nicole Morse, as they discuss the cultural phenomenon of the Selfie. Nicole Erin Morse is an Assistant Professor in the School of Communication and Multimedia Studies at Florida Atlantic University and Director of the Center for Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studie…
 
One of the hottest subjects in college baseball is over-recruiting. What does it mean and why do schools do it? More importantly, how does this impact incoming players? Those are a few major questions every player and parent should want to know. Host Justin Musil is joined on this episode by Wright State University Associate Head Coach Nate Metzger…
 
There are a lot of misunderstandings with the power 5 vs mid-major conferences. This episode dives into the similarities and differences of the conferences. Host Justin Musil is joined by William & Mary Associate Head Coach Brian Casey. Justin and Coach Casey explain more about mid-majors and the benefits in choosing them.…
 
Dean Horswell engages in conversation with Professor of Philosophy, Susan Schneider, Ph.D. and they discuss Artificial Intelligence and its implications for the future. Dr. Schneider is the William F. Dietrich Distinguished Professor of Philosophy of Mind at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, Florida, with a joint appointment in the Brain I…
 
With all of the different training programs available to players, it is difficult to know what direction to take. Becoming a better athlete helps every baseball player. It may help with speed, velocity, and/or power. This episode focuses on those training tactics and what every player should consider. Host Justin Musil is joined on the podcast by T…
 
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