Matthew Hausknecht
Ph.D. Student
Matthew's research focuses on understanding the principles of cerebellar learning and its applications to pattern recognition, supervised learning, and control. Additionally, he investigates general purpose learning by developing general game playing agents for Atari 2600 video games. In his spare time Matthew is an avid rock climber.
A Neuroevolution Approach to General Atari Game Playing 2013
Matthew Hausknecht, Joel Lehman, Risto Miikkulainen, and Peter Stone, In IEEE Transactions on Computational Intelligence and AI in Games 2013.
HyperNEAT-GGP: A HyperNEAT-based Atari General Game Player 2012
Matthew Hausknecht, Piyush Khandelwal, Risto Miikkulainen, Peter Stone, In Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO) 2012 2012.
Using a million cell simulation of the cerebellum: Network scaling and task generality 2012
Wen-Ke Li, Matthew J. Hausknecht, Peter Stone, and Michael D. Mauk, Neural Networks (2012).
Austin Villa 2010 Standard Platform Team Report 2011
Samuel Barrett, Katie Genter, Matthew Hausknecht, Todd Hester, Piyush Khandelwal, Juhyun Lee, Michael Quinlan, Aibo Tian, Peter Stone, and Mohan Sridharan, Technical Report, Department of Computer Science, The University of Texas at Austin. Tech Report UT-AI-TR-11-01.
Autonomous Intersection Management: Multi-Intersection Optimization 2011
Matthew Hausknecht, Tsz-Chiu Au, and Peter Stone, In Proceedings of IROS 2011-IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS 2011), September 2011.
Dynamic Lane Reversal in Traffic Management 2011
Matthew Hausknecht, Tsz-Chiu Au, Peter Stone, David Fajardo, and Travis Waller, In Proceedings of IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Conference (ITSC), October 2011.
Learning Powerful Kicks on the Aibo ERS-7: The Quest for a Striker 2010
Matthew Hausknecht and Peter Stone, In Robocup International Symposium 2010.
Vision Calibration and Processing on a Humanoid Soccer Robot 2010
Piyush Khandelwal, Matthew Hausknecht, Juhyun Lee, Aibo Tian, and Peter Stone, In The Fifth Workshop on Humanoid Soccer Robots at Humanoids 2010, Nashville, TN 2010.
Currently affiliated with Learning Agents Currently affiliated with Neural Networks