Goktug Tankut Cinar
I am a second year PhD student at CNEL. I am from Turkey. I hold a B.S. in electrical and electronics engineering from Bilkent University, Turkey.
|My Research Interests|
Our project focuses on building a model for the visual/auditory cortex to obtain hierarchical representations of sensory data. My past focus was to come up with a new filter motivated by the cost function of the Kalman Filter; yet the new filter would use the information theoretic learning principles devised in the CNEL such as Correntropy. With this approach the goal is to engage more information available in the observations to the estimation process than a second order cost function would allow.
|1||Goktug T. Cinar, Jose C. Principe, "Hidden State Estimation using the Correntropy Filter with Fixed Point Update and Adaptive Kernel Size," IJCNN.(Accepted) (author PDF)|
|2||Rakesh Chalasani, Goktug T. Cinar and Jose C. Principe, "Sequential Causal Estimation And Learning From Time Varying Images," IJCNN.(Accepted) (author PDF)|
|3||Goktug T. Cinar, Jose C. Principe, "Adaptive Background Estimation using an Information Theoretic Cost for Hidden State Estimation", IJCNN, pp. 489-494, 2011,DOI:10.1109/IJCNN.2011.6033261 (author PDF) |
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