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Peer-Reviewed Publications

Lokhande, V. S., Tasneeyapant, S., Venkatesh, A., Ravi, S. N., & Singh, V. (2020). Generating accurate pseudo-labels in semi-supervised learning and avoiding overconfident predictions via Hermite polynomial activations. In Proceedings of the IEEE/CVF Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (pp. 11435-11443).

Lokhande, V. S., Ravi, S., Tasneeyapant, S., Venkatesh, A., & Singh, V. (2019). Generating Accurate Pseudo-labels via Hermite Polynomials for SSL Confidently. In the Midwest Machine Learning Symposium 2019 (MMLS 2019).

Ravi, S. N., Venkatesh, A., Fung, G. M., & Singh, V. (2020, April). Optimizing Nondecomposable Data Dependent Regularizers via Lagrangian Reparameterization Offers Significant Performance and Efficiency Gains. In Proceedings of the AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence (Vol. 34, No. 04, pp. 5487-5494).

Kakaraparthy, A., Venkatesh, A., Phanishayee, A., & Venkataraman, S. (2019). The case for unifying data loading in machine learning clusters. In 11th {USENIX} Workshop on Hot Topics in Cloud Computing (HotCloud 19).

Ravi, S. N., Venkatesh, A., Fung, G. M., & Singh, V. (2019). Nondecomposable Data Dependent Regularizers offer Significant Performance Gains. In the Conference on the Mathematical Theory of Deep Neural Networks 2019 (DeepMath 2019).

Venkatesh, A., Fung, G. M., & Singh, V. (2018). Learning View Invariant Semantic Segmentation for UAV Video Sequences. In SDM 18 Workshop on Artificial Intelligence in Insurance.

Projects

Kakaraparthy, A., Venkatesh, A., Poondla, S. (2018). OneAccess: Concurrent Data Access Layer for Analytics. In CS 744 Big Data Systems at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Wang, X., Qin, Z., Tao, D., Venkatesh, A. (2018). Let us try everything - a Qualitative and Quantitative analysis of a Plethora of Machine Learning Methods for Diabetic Retinopathy Detection. In CS 760 Graduate Machine Learning at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Bhat, A., Periyasamy, V., Venkatesh, A. (2018). Conditional Drones. In CS 766 Graduate Computer Vision at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.