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publications

Agent Aware State Estimation

Published in ICRA Workshop, 2020

Effective Traffic Light Classification for Autonomous Vehicles

Recommended citation: Parr, Khatri et.al (2020). "Agent Aware State Estimation: Effective Traffic Light Classification for Autonomous Vehicles" ICRA 2020: Workshop on Sensing, Estimating and Understanding the Dynamic World. 1(1). https://ishan.khatri.io/files/PKSZseudw20_CR.pdf

talks

Introduction to Machine Learning

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A workshop I created and co-taught at HackUMass to introduce the basics of machine learning. You can find the slides here and a video recording of here. Additionally you can find the Flask starter code which was created by Christopher Rybicki here.

Agent Aware State Estimation

Published:

A workshop talk for my paper titled Agent Aware State Estimation: Effective Traffic Light Classification for Autonomous Vehicles. You can find the slides here and a video recording of here.

teaching

CS 326 Web Programming

Undergraduate course, University of Masachusetts Amherst, College of Information and Computer Sciences, 2019

In the fall of 2019 I was an undergraduate course assistant for CS 326 at UMass Amherst taught by Professor Tim Richards. CS 326 is a course in which students work in groups to complete a full web development project from start to finish. The teaching materials cover HTML, CSS and JavaScript and the students have to create a web based application to do anything of their choosing as the final project. As an undergraduate course assistant I was effectively the scrum master for 3 groups of students. Below is a list of projects which I supervised.

CS 326 Web Programming

Undergraduate course, University of Masachusetts Amherst, College of Information and Computer Sciences, 2020

In the spring of 2020 I was a graduate teaching assistant for CS 326 at UMass Amherst taught by Professor Emory Berger. CS 326 is a course in which students work in groups to complete a full web development project from start to finish. The teaching materials cover HTML, CSS and JavaScript and the students have to create a web based application to do anything of their choosing as the final project.