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|Liz Bradley, Department of Computer Science, University of Colorado|
|Artificial intelligence projects include Chaography, a pair of tools that use mathematics to generate choreographic variations: Chaographer, which uses a chaotic mapping to generate variations on a musical piece; and MotionMind, which uses machine learning to automatically generate stylistically consonant sequences between arbitrary body postures. Nonlinear dynamics projects include recurrence plots, a visualization tool that brings out correlations in time-series data; computational topology, a technique for describing the connectedness properties of an object, using only discrete data about that object; phase-locked loop, using chaos to improve the capture range of a common and useful electronic circuit; and combustion, intentionally inducing, suppressing, and "guiding" chaotic flows in a fluid using micromachined flaps in the boundary layer of a jet. With documentation, references, simluation output, animations, diagrams, and other illustrations.|
|Levels:||Late College, Research|
|Resource Types:||Simulations, Recreations, Topic Tools, Web Interactive/Java|
|Math Topics:||Differential Equations, Algorithms, Chaos, Nonlinear Dynamics, Topology, Music, Artificial Intelligence|
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