Aurora Schmidt

REDD-RQB

Publications

There is great interest in the potential for using formal methods to guarantee the reliability of deep neural networks. However, these techniques may also be used to implant carefully selected input-output pairs. We present initial results on a novel technique using SMT solvers to _ne tune the weights of a ReLU neural network to guarantee outcomes   ...more

We describe an approach to developing a verified controller using hybrid system safety predicates. It selects from a dictionary of sequences of control actions, interleaving them and under model assumptions guaranteeing their continuing safety in unbounded time. The controller can adapt to changing priorities and objectives during operation. It can   ...more

We investigate the use of spectral clustering of hashtag adoptions in Nigerian Twitter users between October 2013 and November 2014. This period is of interest due to the online campaign centered around the #BringBackOurGirls (BBOG) hashtag, which relates to the kidnapping of 276 Nigerian schoolgirls. We examine the adoption of hashtags during the   ...more

The Next-Generation Airborne Collision Avoidance System (ACAS X) is intended to be installed on all large aircraft to give advice to pilots and prevent mid-air collisions with other aircraft. It is currently being developed by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). In this paper, we determine the geometric configurations under which the advice   ...more

We present the formally verified predicate and strategy used to independently evaluate the safety of the final version (Run 15) of the FAAs next-generation air-traffic collision avoidance system, ACAS X. This approach is a general one that can analyze simultaneous vertical and horizontal maneuvers issued by aircraft collision avoidance systems. Th   ...more

We examine hierarchical approaches to image classification problems that include categories for which we have no training examples. Building on prior work in hierarchical classification that optimizes the trade-off between depth in a tree and accuracy of placement, we compare the performance of multiple formulations of the problem on both previous   ...more

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