2 Wᴏʀʟᴅ Rᴇᴄᴏʀᴅs Sᴇᴛᴛᴇʀ. Pʀᴏᴍɪsɪɴɢ Sᴄʜᴏʟᴀʀ & Pʀᴏᴠᴏsᴛ Sᴄʜᴏʟᴀʀ ᴀᴛ Gᴇᴏʀɢɪᴀ Tᴇᴄʜ.
"Message in a Bottle" is a pseudonymous letter writing and friend matching app.
The project won the Runner-Up Winner award of the Georgia Tech College of Computing Fall 2019 Junior Design Expo, with judges representing Stryker, NCR, Walmart, State Farm, and GT's CoC.
In this project, I implement the Q-Learning and Dyna-Q solutions to the reinforcement learning problem.
During this project, I will implement the simplest of Transport Layer Protocols, the Stop-and-Wait Protocol for the reliable transfer of data through an artificial network.
Artists and entertainers often make use of multiple sensory outlets that closely interplay to effectively communicate their ideas.
The project assumes that we are quant researchers in a new credit company, "50K Credit".
In this project, I will use the K-Means algorithm to do the clustering of candies.
In this project, my team will write up all the documents required for conducting the evaluation of the prototype.
In this project, my team will implement a detailed mobile-based prototype of our interface.
The key goal of the project is to use the knowledge gained to develop a set (3+) of design alternatives for my problem.
The goal of this project: Effectively analyze tools through the lens of Norman and conduct a hierarchical task analysis (HTA) so that I can start to establish foundations for my projects.
The key goal of this project is to deeply understand the problem space that I am addressing, its set of pertinent users, and the issues and constraints that are involved in the problem.
Created a Personal Health Management Mobile Application in Android Studio for storing medical data, including heart and respiration rates, step count, and exercise record.
Part of a team of 4 in creating a free-roaming space shooter, with primary objectives and a level-based system.
The Music Records database is a platform to assist artists and performers in keeping track of the songs registered and when they were performed.
I was assigned to work on the perception of a robot adapted for repeating tasks based on previous examples (e.g. making a cup of coffee) with the aid of a human.
For this project, I am going to build an ALU of my own.
This project involves building a functional computer, which will be able to run simple programs. The computer I will be building will be a modication of the LC-3 (the LC-M).
This project involves writing small programs, modifying memory, printing to the console, and converting from high-level code to assembly.
For this project, I write in the C language a graphics library that is capable of drawing a variety of shapes, and a number of filters that can be applied to the colors of the pixels of an image.
The goal of this project is to implement the LC-3 calling convention using assembly recursion.
In this project, I will be writing the dynamic memory allocation and deallocation functions of malloc, free, realloc, and calloc.
I created a game for the Gameboy Advance on a simulator based on C.
The goal of this project is to create an app that homeless people can use (either on their own phone, if they have one, or by borrowing a friend’s) to find a shelter.