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Seeing More Pitches: Analyzing the Effect of Extended At-Bats on Offensive Production, Kaden Kram, UG '24 (8A052AA1)

At the heart of America's favorite pastime, professional baseball organizations look to build teams and develop game strategies in the pursuit of championships with the heavy influence of…

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Strategic Mastery in Terminal: A Novel Reinforcement Learning Approach to Tower-Defense Gameplay, Shivam Kak, UG '26, Ishaan Javali, UG '26, Yagiz Devre, UG '26 (5EE515B6)

From chess to Atari to AlphaGo, performance in games has been a benchmark of performance for machine learning. Terminal is a tower-defense game where players submit algorithms that play against each…

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Textual and Critical Analysis of a Video Game Series Through Interactive Data Visualization, Tri Giao Vu Dinh, UG '24 (DD456A5A)

In this project, I combine quantitative, statistical, and algorithmic methods from different disciplines of study to perform critical analysis on the in-game textual content of the Fire Emblem video…

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Who Plays First? Using Game Theory to Coordinate Many Robots, Haimin Hu, GS, and Zixu Zhang, GS (00A963B2)

On Monday morning, three auto-piloted jetliners are flying on a collision course. How should the air traffic controller reroute them to avoid collisions and minimize delays? Meanwhile, a fleet of…

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ECE-524 Session 21 | 4.25

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ECE 524 Session 19 | 4.16

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ECE-524 Session 17 | 4.09

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Bradford Seminar Series: "Can Trade Policy Mitigate Climate Change"

Trade policy is often cast as a solution to the free-riding problem in international climate agreements. This paper uncovers the extent to which trade policy can deliver on this promise. We introduce…

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PLI Symposium 11/28 Chi Jin

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SoA Lecture "On Assembling Boxes"

The LADG (Los Angeles Design Group) is an architectural practice founded in 2004 by Andrew Holder and Claus Benjamin Freyinger. With offices in Venice, California and Cambridge, Massachusetts, The…

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OURSIP Intern - Caroline Weaver

Visual Perception and Attention Advised by: Professor Timothy Bushman; Princeton Neuroscience Institute Qinpu He; Princeton Neurosscience Institute

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Finding Momentum in Division One Baseball, Jason Ding, UG '25 (2770524)

There is thorough research proving the hot-hand notion, or the tendency to believe that a successful streak is likely to lead to further success, as a fallacy in sports. This research disproves the…

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Which Premier League team has the worst fans?, Christian Altawil, UG (3993540)

This research project set out to explore the question of which Premier League team has the worst fans by analyzing team chants scraped from a website called fanchants. Using the Python NLTK library,…

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Go with your gut? Determining the value of computation in the game of Go, Owen Travis, UG '24 (2276037)

The ability to make intelligent decisions with limited resources is an essential skill for both humans and artificially intelligent systems. In practical situations where time and computational…

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Who Tells The Story: Speech in Collaborative Roleplaying Games, August Roberts, UG (2770101)

My research uses transcripts from the Dungeons & Dragons actual play Dimension 20 to examine the extent to which different players in a singular D&D game contribute to the telling of the…

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Bradford Seminar: "Model Migration as adaption. Experience with MIDAS framework. Thoughts on capturing things that haven't happened yet"

gent-based modeling – in which system-level outcomes emerge from interactions among individuals and their environment – can provide unique insights in the study of livelihoods…

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