Electrical Engineering
      and Computer Sciences

Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

UC Berkeley

   

Ph.D. Dissertations - Jerome A. Feldman

An Architecture for Structured, Concurrent, Real-Time Action
Leon Rubin Barrett [2010]

A Computational Model of Human Blood Clotting: Simulation, Analysis, Control, and Validation
Joseph Gerard Makin [2008]

Answering Questions about Complex Events
Steve Sinha [2008]

Best-Fit Constructional Analysis
John Edward Bryant [2008]

Constructing grammar: A computational model of the emergence of early constructions
Nancy Chih-Lin Chang [2008]

Contextual Bootstrapping for Grammar Learning
Eva H. Mok [2008]

SHRUTI-Agent: A Structured Connectionist Architecture for Reasoning and Decision-Making
John C. Wendelken [2003]

Active Threads: Towards Efficient Fine-Grained Parallelism in Object-Oriented Systems
Boris Weissman [1998]

Computational Models of Human Motion
Christoph Bregler [1998]

KARMA: Knowledge-based Active Representations for Metaphor and Aspect
Srinivas S. Narayanan [1997]

Mapping Connectionist Networks onto Parallel Machines: A Library Approach
Benedict A. Gomes [1997]

Portable, Modular Expression of Locality
David P. Stoutamire [1997]

When Push Comes to Shove: A Computational Model of the Role of Motor Control in the Acquisition of Action Verbs
David R. Bailey [1997]

Bayesian Learning of Probabilistic Language Models
Andreas Stolcke [1994]

The Acquisition of Lexical Semantics for Spatial Terms: A Connectionist Model for Perceptual Categorization
Terrance P. Regier [1992]