Joseph J. Pfeiffer, III
jpfeiffer at purdue dot edu
I am a fourth year PhD student at Purdue University, studying machine learning in relational domains with Professor Jennifer Neville. I have interests in relational learning, particularly in partially observed network domains. I also study generative graph models for understanding how large networks form, and using them for anomaly detection. In addition, I am interested how incentivization can affect network sharing behavior, and how companies can use this to reach out to a large user base. Previously, I worked on robotics, where I worked on localization of objects when grasping.
Incentivized Sharing in Social NetworksJoseph J. Pfeiffer III and Elena Zheleva
In Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Online Social Systems, 2012
Fast Generation of Large Scale Social Networks While Incorporating Transitive ClosuresJoseph J. Pfeiffer III, Timothy La Fond, Sebastian Moreno and Jennifer Neville
In Proceedings of the Fourth ASE/IEEE International Conference on Social Computing, 2012
Active Sampling of NetworksJoseph J. Pfeiffer III, Jennifer Neville and Paul N. Bennett
In Proceedings of the 10th Workshop on Mining and Learning with Graphs, 2012
Methods to Determine Node Centrality and Clustering in Graphs with Uncertain StructureJoseph J. Pfeiffer, III and Jennifer Neville
Proceedings of the 5th International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media, ICWSM, 2011
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Using Touch to Localize Flexible Materials During ManipulationRobert Platt, Jr., Frank Permenter, Joseph J. Pfeiffer, III
IEEE Transactions on Robotics, Special issue on a robotic sense of touch. June, 2011
Probabilistic Paths and Centrality in TimeJoseph J. Pfeiffer, III and Jennifer Neville
Proceedings of the 4th SNA-KDD Workshop, KDD, 2010.
Inferring hand-object configuration directly from tactile dataRobert Platt, Jr., Frank Permenter, and Joseph J. Pfeiffer, III
Electronically published proceeding of the Mobile Manipulation Workshop, IEEE Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), May 2010.
A General Framework for Reconciling Multiple Weak segmentations of an ImageSoumya Ghosh, Joseph J. Pfeiffer, III and J. Mulligan.
IEEE Workshop on Applications of Computer Vision, 2009.