Student:  Calvin Woo 
Undergraduate Institution:  The College of New Jersey, Department of Mathematics and Statistics 
Email: 
calvin.d.woo@gmail.com
calvinw@dimax.rutgers.edu 
Office:  CoRE 442 
Research Area(s): 
Geometry of HighDimensional Data
Mathematics of Cognitive Systems 
Project Name:  Mathematical Models of Cognitive Systems 
Faculty Advisors:  Dr. Linda Ness, Telcordia Applied Research 
Project Description
A cognitive system can be defined as any organized complex that can recieve inputs (usually a high number of them), synthesize and fuse collected data, and then export it in outputs (of a similarly complex manner). One common problem that arises when dealing with these systems is the extremely high volumes of data that is collected one must be able to interpret and understand such datasets if we are to hope to imitate cognitive systems. Progress Log
Note: All such intervals of time will be denoted by semiclosed intervals [a,b), as to form a proper sigmaalgebra.
