Tyler Streeter

publications


Papers

Peck, C.C., Streeter, T., & Kozloski, J. 2007. An Integrated Cerebro-Cerebellar Model Demonstrating Associative Learning and Motor Control. In Proceedings of the 10th Tamagawa-Riken Dynamic Brain Forum. [pdf | more]

Streeter, T., Oliver, J., & Sannier, A. 2006. Verve: A General Purpose Open Source Reinforcement Learning Toolkit. In Proceedings of the ASME International Design Engineering Technical Conferences and Computers and Information in Engineering Conference. [pdf | ppt | more]

Streeter, T. 2006. Curiosity-Driven Exploration with Planning Trajectories. In Proceedings of theTwenty-First National Conference on Artificial Intelligence. [pdf | ppt | more]

Streeter, T. 2005. Design and Implementation of General Purpose Reinforcement Learning Agents. Unpublished Master's Thesis, Iowa State University, Ames, IA. [pdf | ppt | more]

Posters & Presentations

Streeter, T. 2009. A Hierarchical Empirical Bayesian Model of Cerebral Cortex. The 2nd Conference on Artificial General Intelligence, Arlington, VA. Presented again at the Iowa State Emerging Technologies Conference, Ames, IA. [png | more]

Streeter, T. 2008. Brain-Inspired Artificial General Intelligence. Iowa State Emerging Technologies Conference, Ames, IA. [png | more]

Peck, C.C., Streeter, T., & Kozloski, J. 2006. An Integrated Cerebellum Model Explaining Associative Learning, Timing Prediction, and Motor Control. Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA. [pdf | png | more]

Streeter, T. & Peck, C.C. 2006. A Model of Motor Task Offloading in the Cerebellum. IBM Research Intern Poster Session, Yorktown Heights, NY. [png | more]

Streeter, T. 2006. Artificial Curiosity. Iowa State HCI Forum, Ames, IA. [png | ppt | more]

Streeter, T. 2005. Motor Learning for Simulated Creatures. Iowa State HCI Forum, Ames, IA. [png | more]

Streeter, T., Fischer, A., & Reinot, A. 2005. Open Physics Abstraction Layer. Iowa State HCI Forum, Ames, IA. [png | more]

Streeter, T. 2004. Autonomous Virtual Humans. 8th International Immersive Projection Technology Workshop, Ames, IA. [ppt | more]