Clustering Of Air Objects Based On TrajectoryLast Updated on May 3, 2021
A complete web application made for the problem statement provided by DRDO, India.
Took anomalous data of missiles, fighter aircrafts, helicopters and UAVs. Took that shuffled data and used clustering on that data for predicting the trajectory of unknown new air object falls under which cluster.
Then, applied LSTM neural network on the model to predict the onboarding trajectory of the model.
At last used some mathematical computation with the help of python language to shoot that particular object with our home ground missile.
A complete UI based web application is prepared which completely gives the overview of the entire problem statement. It is more than a prototype just not assembled and deployed on the cloud.
Used k means clustering, LSTM (RNN) network, Pearson correlation, Heatmap using seaborn, etc.
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ResistarLast Updated on May 3, 2021
Augmented Reality Circuit Visualizer and Solver.
TartanHacks Grand Prize
Facebook Company Prize
Attempted Prize Categories
Duolingo’s Social Impact Prize (Educational)
GoDaddy’s Social Impact Prize (“Best app that improves STEM education”)
Long hours spent on ECE problem sets and frustration visualizing convoluted circuits caused these four CMU undergrads to create a circuit visualization system that would also help them solve circuits. A member of the team is currently in the intro ECE course: "Well it's not bad, I guess." - Team Member
What it does
ResistAR is an Augmented Reality Circuit Visualizer and Solver. A user can place down circuit elements in parallel and series configurations and ResistAR will solve the current through and voltage across each element of the circuit. It gives the user an easy way to see (sharp) the circuit.
How we built it
We first began with 3D printed chassis for the VuMark targets. These targets are identified and parsed by the program and cross checked against our cloud database on Vuforia. We then created 3D, textured, models in Blender that will hover over the VuMark targets. We then wrote the code in Unity that will calculate voltage and current values using concepts from vector calculus and matrix algebra.
Challenges we ran into
The math was very difficult and attempting to rush a 3D printed design was also difficult but there was a rush because 3D printing would be a very time consuming process. Thus we also had to create a lot of our latter designs around the already 3D printed parts. VuMarks were also difficult to create. VuMarks must be very easily distinguishable from each other and non-symmetric along any axis, and therefore took a while to get finely tuned and calibrated. Finally the math was a very difficult thing to visualize. We had to go from 3D space to 2D space and there were some difficulties with projections. The coders did end up writing relatively bug-free code, but not before a long, arduous thinking process.
Accomplishments that we're proud of
The two logic/algorithm gods that we had on our team solved an extremely complex math problem very quickly. Also our 3D printed parts are actually fire though. Just saying.
What we learned
Two 5 hour energies in 72 hours is actually not as bad an idea as some might think. Math is hard.
What's next for ResistAR
Norton and Thevenin Equivalents. Yikes.
Dimensionality ReductionLast Updated on May 3, 2021
What is dimensionality reduction?
Dimensionality reduction, or dimension reduction, is the transformation of data from a high-dimensional space into a low-dimensional space so that the low-dimensional representation retains some meaningful properties of the original data, ideally close to its intrinsic dimension.
Here are some of the benefits of applying dimensionality reduction to a dataset: Space required to store the data is reduced as the number of dimensions comes down. Less dimensions lead to less computation/training time. Some algorithms do not perform well when we have a large dimensions.
Dimensionality reduction refers to techniques for reducing the number of input variables in training data. When dealing with high dimensional data, it is often useful to reduce the dimensionality by projecting the data to a lower dimensional subspace which captures the “essence” of the data.
Principal Component Analysis (PCA)
PCA is a technique from linear algebra that can be used to automatically perform dimensionality reduction.
Linear Discriminent Analysis (LDA)
Linear Discriminant Analysis, or LDA for short, is a predictive modeling algorithm for multi-class classification. It can also be used as a dimensionality reduction technique, providing a projection of a training dataset that best separates the examples by their assigned class.
Kernel – PCA
PCA linearly transforms the original inputs into new uncorrelated features. KPCA is a nonlinear PCA. As the name suggests Kernal trick is used to make KPCA nonlinear.
the dataset is taken from UCI ML repository. dataset is of wine where each row is of different wine with 10 different features: Alcohol, Malic_Acid, Ash, sh_Alcanity, Magnesium, Total_Phenols, Flavanoids, Nonflavanoid_Phenols, Proanthocyanins, Color_Intensity, Hue, OD280, Proline, Customer_Segment.
It is a business case study ,I have to apply clustering to identify diverse segments of customers grouped by their taste of similar wine preferences where there are 3 categories . now for the owner of this wine shop I have to build a predictive model that will be trained on this data so that for each new wine that the owner has in his shop we can deploy the predictive model applied to reduced dimensionality reduction ,then predict which customer segment does this new wine belongs to . so that finally we can recommend the right wine for the right customer to optimise the sales n profit.
RESULT OF ALL THE 3 :
Principal Component Analysis
Linear Discriminant Analysis
Machine Learning Implementation On Crop Health Monitoring System.Last Updated on May 3, 2021
The objective of our study is to provide a solution for Smart Agriculture by monitoring the agricultural field which can assist the farmers in increasing productivity to a great extent. Weather forecast data obtained from IMD (Indian Metrological Department) such as temperature and rainfall and soil parameters repository gives insight into which crops are suitable to be cultivated in a particular area. Thus, the proposed system takes the location of the user as an input. From the location, the soil moisture is obtained. The processing part also take into consideration two more datasets i.e. one obtained from weather department, forecasting the weather expected in current year and the other data being static data. This static data is the crop production and data related to demands of various crops obtained from various government websites. The proposed system applies machine learning and prediction algorithm like Decision Tree, Naive Bayes and Random Forest to identify the pattern among data and then process it as per input conditions. This in turn will propose the best feasible crops according to given environmental conditions. Thus, this system will only require the location of the user and it will suggest number of profitable crops providing a choice directly to the farmer about which crop to cultivate. As past year production is also taken into account, the prediction will be more accurate.
House Price PredictionLast Updated on May 3, 2021
Machine learning Regression model on House price data set
- Kaggle competition dataset on the house price prediction
- Apply Exploratory data analysis on the dataset.
- Create a Machine learning regression model on the dataset.
- Machine learning algorithms used are Decision Tree Regression, Random Forest Regression, Support vector regression, and XGboost Regression.
Here's a brief version of what you'll find in the data description file.
SalePrice - the property's sale price in dollars. This is the target variable that you're trying to predict. MSSubClass: The building class MSZoning: The general zoning classification LotFrontage: Linear feet of street-connected to property LotArea: Lot size in square feet Street: Type of road access Alley: Type of alley access LotShape: General shape of property LandContour: Flatness of the property Utilities: Type of utilities available LotConfig: Lot configuration LandSlope: Slope of property Neighborhood: Physical locations within Ames city limits Condition1: Proximity to the main road or railroad Condition2: Proximity to the main road or railroad (if a second is present) BldgType: Type of dwelling
HouseStyle: Style of dwelling OverallQual: Overall material and finish quality OverallCond: Overall condition rating YearBuilt: Original construction date YearRemodAdd: Remodel date RoofStyle: Type of roof RoofMatl: Roof material Exterior1st: Exterior covering on house Exterior2nd: Exterior covering on house (if more than one material) MasVnrType: Masonry veneer type MasVnrArea: Masonry veneer area in square feet ExterQual: Exterior material quality ExterCond: Present condition of the material on the exterior Foundation: Type of foundation BsmtQual: Height of the basement BsmtCond: General condition of the basement BsmtExposure: Walkout or garden level basement walls BsmtFinType1: Quality of basement finished area BsmtFinSF1: Type 1 finished square feet BsmtFinType2: Quality of second finished area (if present) BsmtFinSF2: Type 2 finished square feet BsmtUnfSF: Unfinished square feet of basement area TotalBsmtSF: Total square feet of basement area Heating: Type of heating HeatingQC: Heating quality and condition CentralAir: Central air conditioning Electrical: Electrical system 1stFlrSF: First Floor square feet 2ndFlrSF: Second floor square feet LowQualFinSF: Low quality finished square feet (all floors) GrLivArea: Above grade (ground) living area square feet BsmtFullBath: Basement full bathrooms BsmtHalfBath: Basement half bathrooms FullBath: Full bathrooms above grade HalfBath: Half baths above grade Bedroom: Number of bedrooms above basement level Kitchen: Number of kitchens KitchenQual: Kitchen quality TotRmsAbvGrd: Total rooms above grade (does not include bathrooms) Functional: Home functionality rating Fireplaces: Number of fireplaces FireplaceQu: Fireplace quality GarageType: Garage location GarageYrBlt: Year garage was built GarageFinish: Interior finish of the garage GarageCars: Size of garage in car capacity GarageArea: Size of garage in square feet GarageQual: Garage quality GarageCond: Garage condition PavedDrive: Paved driveway WoodDeckSF: Wood deck area in square feet OpenPorchSF: Open porch area in square feet EnclosedPorch: Enclosed porch area in square feet 3SsnPorch: Three season porch area in square feet ScreenPorch: Screen porch area in square feet PoolArea: Pool area in square feet PoolQC: Pool quality Fence: Fence quality MiscFeature: Miscellaneous feature not covered in other categories MiscVal: $Value of miscellaneous feature MoSold: Month Sold YrSold: Year Sold SaleType: Type of sale SaleCondition: Condition of sale.
Social Distance Monitoring System(Python And Opencv)Last Updated on May 3, 2021
Social distancing is one of the community mitigation measures that may be recommended during Covid-19 pandemics. Social distancing can reduce virus transmission by increasing physical distance or reducing frequency of congregation in socially dense community settings, such as ATM,Airport Or market place .
Covid-19 pandemics have demonstrated that we cannot expect to contain geographically the next influenza pandemic in the location it emerges, nor can we expect to prevent international spread of infection for more than a short period. Vaccines are not expected to be available during the early stage of the next pandemic (1), a Therefore, we came up with this system to limit the spread of COVID via ensuring social distancing among people. It will use cctv camera feed to identify social distancing violations
We are first going to apply object detection using a YOLOv3 model trained on a coco dataset that has 80 classes. YOLO uses darknet frameworks to process incoming feed frame by frame. It returns the detections with their IDs, centroids, corner coordinates and the confidences in the form of multidimensional ndarrays. We receive that information and remove the IDs that are not a “person”. We will draw bounding boxes to highlight the detections in frames. Then we use centroids to calculate the euclidean distance between people in pixels. Then we will check if the distance between two centroids is less than the configured value then the system will throw an alert with a beeping sound and will turn the bounding boxes of violators to red.