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  • Computer Science Department The University of Texas at Austin
    to establish one But all candidates with a passion for research and teaching and the ambition to change the world are encouraged to apply About Us Mission Statement New Building Faculty Recruiting News Events Campus Austin Traveling to UTCS Restaurants Accommodations Directory Org Chart Contact Research Areas Research Seminars UT Research Links Publications Faculty Profiles Awards Honors Books Recruiting Awards Honors Research Awards Service Honors Teaching Awards Graduate Student Awards Undergraduate Program About The Elements of Computing Program Admissions Schedule a Visit Advising General Policies Meet the Staff Preparing for Graduate School Where to Study Computing at UT Code of Conduct Courses Class Homepages Registrar s Schedule Teaching Plans Curriculum Comparing the BA and BS Degrees Certificate Programs Game Development Certificate INFOSEC Certificate Interactive Degree Audit Interdisciplinary Study Integrated 5 Year BS MS Program Turing Scholars UTeach CS Study Abroad 2012 Curriculum Changes FAQ Forms Honors Programs Turing Scholars Undergraduate Research Honors Thesis Graduation with Special Departmental Honors Jobs Internships Internships On Campus Jobs CS Proctors Natural Sciences Career Services Scholarships CS Department Scholarships Donors Student Life Student Homepages Undergraduate Research Finding Research Opportunities Course Credit for Your Research The Honors Thesis UROP Funding CS Readiness Graduate Program Masters Program Coursework Option Thesis Option Ph D Program PhD steps to degree Degree Requirements Advancing to Candidacy Final Defense Ph D Commencement Courses Course Schedules Diversity Courses Former Program Class Homepages Teaching Plans Financial Information Prospective Students Apply Admissions FAQ Contact Us Incoming Students Current Students Research Career Advice Careers GRACS UTCS Direct Student Homepages Curricular Practical Training Fellowships Forms Grad Student Talks FAQ Giving Collaboration Investing in UTCS Options for Investing The Nuts Bolts of Investing Make a Gift Now Friends of Computer Science FoCS Friends FoCS Event Calendar How To Participate Program Features Event Request Form Capital Campaign Economic

    Original URL path: http://www.cs.utexas.edu/ (2012-11-22)
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  • Undergrad Team Wins Student Cluster Competition at Supercomputing 2012 | Computer Science Department The University of Texas at Austin
    will be posted if they stick to the topic and contribute to the conversation They will not be published if they contain or link to abusive material personal attacks profanity or spam About Us Mission Statement New Building Faculty Recruiting News Events Campus Austin Traveling to UTCS Restaurants Accommodations Directory Org Chart Contact Research Areas Research Seminars UT Research Links Publications Faculty Profiles Awards Honors Books Recruiting Awards Honors Research Awards Service Honors Teaching Awards Graduate Student Awards Undergraduate Program About The Elements of Computing Program Admissions Schedule a Visit Advising General Policies Meet the Staff Preparing for Graduate School Where to Study Computing at UT Code of Conduct Courses Class Homepages Registrar s Schedule Teaching Plans Curriculum Comparing the BA and BS Degrees Certificate Programs Game Development Certificate INFOSEC Certificate Interactive Degree Audit Interdisciplinary Study Integrated 5 Year BS MS Program Turing Scholars UTeach CS Study Abroad 2012 Curriculum Changes FAQ Forms Honors Programs Turing Scholars Undergraduate Research Honors Thesis Graduation with Special Departmental Honors Jobs Internships Internships On Campus Jobs CS Proctors Natural Sciences Career Services Scholarships CS Department Scholarships Donors Student Life Student Homepages Undergraduate Research Finding Research Opportunities Course Credit for Your Research The Honors Thesis UROP Funding CS Readiness Graduate Program Masters Program Coursework Option Thesis Option Ph D Program PhD steps to degree Degree Requirements Advancing to Candidacy Final Defense Ph D Commencement Courses Course Schedules Diversity Courses Former Program Class Homepages Teaching Plans Financial Information Prospective Students Apply Admissions FAQ Contact Us Incoming Students Current Students Research Career Advice Careers GRACS UTCS Direct Student Homepages Curricular Practical Training Fellowships Forms Grad Student Talks FAQ Giving Collaboration Investing in UTCS Options for Investing The Nuts Bolts of Investing Make a Gift Now Friends of Computer Science FoCS Friends FoCS Event Calendar How To Participate

    Original URL path: https://www.cs.utexas.edu/news-events/news/2012/undergrad-team-wins-student-cluster-competition-supercomputing-2012 (2012-11-22)
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  • Microsoft's Craig Mundie Shares Insight to Packed House | Computer Science Department The University of Texas at Austin
    Undergraduate Students Comments Post new comment Your name E mail The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly Comment Comments are moderated They will be posted if they stick to the topic and contribute to the conversation They will not be published if they contain or link to abusive material personal attacks profanity or spam About Us Mission Statement New Building Faculty Recruiting News Events Campus Austin Traveling to UTCS Restaurants Accommodations Directory Org Chart Contact Research Areas Research Seminars UT Research Links Publications Faculty Profiles Awards Honors Books Recruiting Awards Honors Research Awards Service Honors Teaching Awards Graduate Student Awards Undergraduate Program About The Elements of Computing Program Admissions Schedule a Visit Advising General Policies Meet the Staff Preparing for Graduate School Where to Study Computing at UT Code of Conduct Courses Class Homepages Registrar s Schedule Teaching Plans Curriculum Comparing the BA and BS Degrees Certificate Programs Game Development Certificate INFOSEC Certificate Interactive Degree Audit Interdisciplinary Study Integrated 5 Year BS MS Program Turing Scholars UTeach CS Study Abroad 2012 Curriculum Changes FAQ Forms Honors Programs Turing Scholars Undergraduate Research Honors Thesis Graduation with Special Departmental Honors Jobs Internships Internships On Campus Jobs CS Proctors Natural Sciences Career Services Scholarships CS Department Scholarships Donors Student Life Student Homepages Undergraduate Research Finding Research Opportunities Course Credit for Your Research The Honors Thesis UROP Funding CS Readiness Graduate Program Masters Program Coursework Option Thesis Option Ph D Program PhD steps to degree Degree Requirements Advancing to Candidacy Final Defense Ph D Commencement Courses Course Schedules Diversity Courses Former Program Class Homepages Teaching Plans Financial Information Prospective Students Apply Admissions FAQ Contact Us Incoming Students Current Students Research Career Advice Careers GRACS UTCS Direct Student Homepages Curricular Practical Training Fellowships Forms Grad Student Talks FAQ

    Original URL path: https://www.cs.utexas.edu/news-events/news/2012/microsofts-craig-mundie-shares-insight-packed-house (2012-11-22)
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  • The UT^2 Game Bot Judged More Human Than Humans | Computer Science Department The University of Texas at Austin
    traces and neuroevolution Example of the navpoint graph and recorded human data the team uses to play back traces when getting the bot unstuck The getting unstuck and running around behaviors were based on traces of actual human behavior The team collected transcripts of many games and indexed and stored them During the game when a getting unstuck or running around behavior is called for they matched the current situation with the database and executed behaviors that humans found appropriate in similar situations The general idea was to learn to map these two behaviors from situations to human actions that would then apply to novel situations as well The battle behavior was learned using neuroevolution Neural networks were used to control the movement weapon selection and shooting during close combat with an opponent Instead of training the network using human behavior as targets the team used evolutionary computation genetic algorithms to search for a network that would perform well In this case we found that a network that was evolved to be good also acted much like humans do so a secondary objective of being similar to recorded human traces was not necessary explains Risto Neuroevolution creates neural networks data processing tools that emulate important features of human brains The UT 2 bot is the first winning bot in the history of the Humanlike Bot Competition to be judged as human more often than half the human players participating in the evaluation That is a significant milestone in the competition says Risto While in the first several competitions there was a persistent gap between all humans and all bots that gap has now closed There is still much we can improve and the competition will continue with the next one scheduled for later this year Tags Artificial Intelligence Awards Honors Faculty game bots Graduate Students Humanlike Bot Competition IEEE Igor Karpov Jacob Schrum Risto Miikkulainen Comments Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 7 2012 2 48pm this looks awesome is there a link to download and play this reply Submitted by Staci Norman on Sep 18 2012 7 45am The software is available at http nn cs utexas edu ut2 Have fun reply Post new comment Your name E mail The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly Comment Comments are moderated They will be posted if they stick to the topic and contribute to the conversation They will not be published if they contain or link to abusive material personal attacks profanity or spam About Us Mission Statement New Building Faculty Recruiting News Events Campus Austin Traveling to UTCS Restaurants Accommodations Directory Org Chart Contact Research Areas Research Seminars UT Research Links Publications Faculty Profiles Awards Honors Books Recruiting Awards Honors Research Awards Service Honors Teaching Awards Graduate Student Awards Undergraduate Program About The Elements of Computing Program Admissions Schedule a Visit Advising General Policies Meet the Staff Preparing for Graduate School Where to Study Computing at UT Code of Conduct Courses Class Homepages

    Original URL path: http://www.cs.utexas.edu/news-events/news/2012/ut2-game-bot-judged-more-human-humans (2012-11-22)
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  • Assistant Professor Brent Waters Wins Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers | Computer Science Department The University of Texas at Austin
    Policy within the Executive Office of the President Award nominees are considered according to two criteria their pursuit of innovative research at the frontiers of science and technology and their commitment to community service as demonstrated through scientific leadership public education or community outreach Comments Post new comment Your name E mail The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly Comment Comments are moderated They will be posted if they stick to the topic and contribute to the conversation They will not be published if they contain or link to abusive material personal attacks profanity or spam About Us Mission Statement New Building Faculty Recruiting News Events Campus Austin Traveling to UTCS Restaurants Accommodations Directory Org Chart Contact Research Areas Research Seminars UT Research Links Publications Faculty Profiles Awards Honors Books Recruiting Awards Honors Research Awards Service Honors Teaching Awards Graduate Student Awards Undergraduate Program About The Elements of Computing Program Admissions Schedule a Visit Advising General Policies Meet the Staff Preparing for Graduate School Where to Study Computing at UT Code of Conduct Courses Class Homepages Registrar s Schedule Teaching Plans Curriculum Comparing the BA and BS Degrees Certificate Programs Game Development Certificate INFOSEC Certificate Interactive Degree Audit Interdisciplinary Study Integrated 5 Year BS MS Program Turing Scholars UTeach CS Study Abroad 2012 Curriculum Changes FAQ Forms Honors Programs Turing Scholars Undergraduate Research Honors Thesis Graduation with Special Departmental Honors Jobs Internships Internships On Campus Jobs CS Proctors Natural Sciences Career Services Scholarships CS Department Scholarships Donors Student Life Student Homepages Undergraduate Research Finding Research Opportunities Course Credit for Your Research The Honors Thesis UROP Funding CS Readiness Graduate Program Masters Program Coursework Option Thesis Option Ph D Program PhD steps to degree Degree Requirements Advancing to Candidacy Final Defense Ph D Commencement

    Original URL path: https://www.cs.utexas.edu/news-events/news/2012/assistant-professor-brent-waters-wins-presidential-early-career-award-scientis (2012-11-22)
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  • Computer Science Combats Disease | Computer Science Department The University of Texas at Austin
    just the first example Bajaj said We already have several other people interested in applying this technology to many many other cases Each one is where they don t have an atomistic model to begin with and there is not any solution available other than ours He said in terms of HIV research his technology could be used to determine preventative cures for the virus On Monday the Food and Drug Administration approved Gilead Sciences Inc s Truvada a pill to be marketed as a preventative measure against HIV Truvada is to be taken daily by those at high risk for HIV but is not meant to treat those already infected Controversy over the drug has emerged due to its cost of up to 14 000 a year and its less than 100 percent effectiveness which could give users of the drug a false sense of security Tags Chandrajit Bajaj Computer Science Faculty Health Medicine Infectious Disease Research Comments Post new comment Your name E mail The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly Comment Comments are moderated They will be posted if they stick to the topic and contribute to the conversation They will not be published if they contain or link to abusive material personal attacks profanity or spam About Us Mission Statement New Building Faculty Recruiting News Events Campus Austin Traveling to UTCS Restaurants Accommodations Directory Org Chart Contact Research Areas Research Seminars UT Research Links Publications Faculty Profiles Awards Honors Books Recruiting Awards Honors Research Awards Service Honors Teaching Awards Graduate Student Awards Undergraduate Program About The Elements of Computing Program Admissions Schedule a Visit Advising General Policies Meet the Staff Preparing for Graduate School Where to Study Computing at UT Code of Conduct Courses Class Homepages Registrar s Schedule

    Original URL path: http://www.cs.utexas.edu/news-events/news/2012/computer-science-combats-disease (2012-11-22)
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  • Artificial Intelligence | Computer Science Department The University of Texas at Austin
    soccer Question answering Math and Physics Problem Solving Nonlinear control Game playing Fraud detection Courses CS 343 Artificial Intelligence CS 344M Autonomous Multiagent Systems CS 371R Information Retrieval and Web Search CS 376 Computer Vision CS 342 Neural Networks CS 378 Autonomous Vehicles Driving in Traffic CS 378 Computational Brain CS 378 Computational Intelligence in Game Design CS 378 Introduction to Data Mining CS 378 Knowledge Based Systems CS 388 Natural Language Processing CS 388L Introduction to Mathematical Logic CS 391D Data Mining A Mathematical Perspective CS 391L Machine Learning CS 393R Autonomous Robots CS 394F Knowledge Representation and Reasoning CS 394N Neural Networks CS 394P Automatic Programming CS 394R Reinforcement Learning Theory and Practice CS 395T Logic Based Artificial Intelligence CS 395T Object Recognition CS 395T Introduction to Cognitive Science CS 395T Learning Theory UGS 301 Mirrors on Ourselves Attempts to Build Artificial People Research Groups AI Laboratory Data Mining Laboratory Knowledge Base Research Group Learning Agents Research Group Machine Learning Research Group Natural Language Acquisition Group Neural Networks Research Group Statistical Machine Learning Group Texas Action Group The UT Austin Villa Robot Soccer Team Computer Vision Research Group Virtual Reality Lab About Us Mission Statement New Building Faculty Recruiting News Events Campus Austin Traveling to UTCS Restaurants Accommodations Directory Org Chart Contact Research Areas Research Seminars UT Research Links Publications Faculty Profiles Awards Honors Books Recruiting Awards Honors Research Awards Service Honors Teaching Awards Graduate Student Awards Undergraduate Program About The Elements of Computing Program Admissions Schedule a Visit Advising General Policies Meet the Staff Preparing for Graduate School Where to Study Computing at UT Code of Conduct Courses Class Homepages Registrar s Schedule Teaching Plans Curriculum Comparing the BA and BS Degrees Certificate Programs Game Development Certificate INFOSEC Certificate Interactive Degree Audit Interdisciplinary Study Integrated 5 Year

    Original URL path: http://www.cs.utexas.edu/research/areas/artificial-intelligence (2012-11-22)
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  • Bioinformatics and Computational Biology | Computer Science Department The University of Texas at Austin
    for Graduate School Where to Study Computing at UT Code of Conduct Courses Class Homepages Registrar s Schedule Teaching Plans Curriculum Comparing the BA and BS Degrees Certificate Programs Game Development Certificate INFOSEC Certificate Interactive Degree Audit Interdisciplinary Study Integrated 5 Year BS MS Program Turing Scholars UTeach CS Study Abroad 2012 Curriculum Changes FAQ Forms Honors Programs Turing Scholars Undergraduate Research Honors Thesis Graduation with Special Departmental Honors Jobs Internships Internships On Campus Jobs CS Proctors Natural Sciences Career Services Scholarships CS Department Scholarships Donors Student Life Student Homepages Undergraduate Research Finding Research Opportunities Course Credit for Your Research The Honors Thesis UROP Funding CS Readiness Graduate Program Masters Program Coursework Option Thesis Option Ph D Program PhD steps to degree Degree Requirements Advancing to Candidacy Final Defense Ph D Commencement Courses Course Schedules Diversity Courses Former Program Class Homepages Teaching Plans Financial Information Prospective Students Apply Admissions FAQ Contact Us Incoming Students Current Students Research Career Advice Careers GRACS UTCS Direct Student Homepages Curricular Practical Training Fellowships Forms Grad Student Talks FAQ Giving Collaboration Investing in UTCS Options for Investing The Nuts Bolts of Investing Make a Gift Now Friends of Computer Science FoCS Friends FoCS Event Calendar

    Original URL path: http://www.cs.utexas.edu/research/areas/bioinformatics-and-computational-biology (2012-11-22)
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