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We have 131 Maths & Computing PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Manchester

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We have 131 Maths & Computing PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Manchester

Formal Verification for Robot Swarms and Wireless Sensor Networks

A robot swarm is a collection of simple robots designed to work together to carry out some task. Such swarms rely on. the simplicity of the individual robots; the fault tolerance inherent in having a large population of often identical robots; and the self-organised behaviour of the swarm as a whole. Read more

Technology-driven Human Memory Degradation

For centuries, we have used a wide range of technologies, techniques and artefacts to augment our human memory, e.g. storytelling, to-do lists, diaries and photographs. Read more

Contextualised Multimedia Information Retrieval via Representation Learning

Multimedia Information Retrieval (MIR) is an important research area in AI that aims at extracting semantic information from multimedia data sources including perceivable media such as audio, image and video, indirectly perceivable sources such as text, bio-signals as well as not perceivable sources such as bio-information, stock prices, etc. Read more

Machine Learning and Cognitive Modelling Applied to Video Games

Video games have been viewed as an ideal test bed for the study of AI. However, most of the academic work in this area focused on traditional board and card games where limited AI techniques have been tested. Read more

Multi-task Learning and Applications

In traditional machine learning, a learning system can be trained to deal with a specific single task, while human is able to complete multiple tasks with the same learning strategy. Read more

Biologically-Plausible Continual Learning

Continual learning (aka lifelong learning) refers to a problem on how a learning system learns multiple tasks in succession over the lifespan where later tasks do not degrade the performance of the system learned for the earlier tasks and, ideally, the system can leverage the knowledge learned in previous tasks to facilitate learning the new tasks better. Read more

Zero-Shot Learning and Applications

Zero-shot learning refers to a novel paradigm on learning how to recognise new concepts by just having a description of them. For example, zero-shot learning works on a setting of solving a classification problem when no labelled training examples are available for all classes, which are divided into two class subsets. Read more

Evaluating Systems for the Augmentation of Human Cognition

There is a growing interest in the use of technology to extend the capabilities of the human mind. Examples include. Systems that capture and represent data about human experiences in order to support retrospective memory;. Read more

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