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John Edward Hogden

John Hogden

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Phone (505) 665-0134

Capabilities

  • Computational Physics and Applied Mathematics
  • Mathematics
  • Algorithms
  • Computational Co-Design
  • Applied Math
  • Statistics
  • Computer and Computational Sciences
  • Computational Co-Design
  • Earth and Space Sciences
  • Image analysis
  • Transient signal recognition
  • Computer and Computational Sciences
  • Machine learning,
  • Data mining
  • Information Science and Technology
  • Computational Co-design
  • Machine Learning
  • Real and artificial neural systems
  • Synthetic Cognition
  • Science of Signatures - Remote and Standoff Sensing
  • Image analysis
  • Transient signal recognition,
  • Machine learning,

Expertise

Speech, Signal, and Image Processing,  Pattern Recognition, Machine Learning,

Programming in C++, Python, Matlab

Education

Ph.D. in Psychology, 1991, Stanford University

B.S. in Psychology, 1985, University of Washington

 

LANL Positions

Scientist 4, CCS-3, Los Alamos National Laboratory, 7/2013 to present

Employed by LANL since 9/1993

 

Awards

Los Alamos Achievement Awards, 1996, 2003

Defense Programs Award of Excellence

 

Patents

Hogden, J., & Nix, D., (2004) Speech Processing Using Multiple Observable Maximum Likelihood Continuity Mapping. U.S. Patent #6,678,658 B1 assigned to the University of California

Hogden, J, (2000) Speech Processing Using Maximum Likelihood Continuity Mapping, U.S. Patent #6,052,662 assigned to the Universtiy of California.

Hogden, J. Scovel, J., & White, J. (2000) Anomaly Analysis Using Maximum Likelihood Continuity Mapping. U.S. Patent #6,038,388 assigned to the University of California

 

Publications

[Hogden, J. * Rubin, P. * McDermott, E. * Katagiri, S. * Goldstein, L.], "Inverting mappings from smooth paths through Rn to paths through Rm: A technique applied to recovering articulation from acoustics", Speech Communication, vol.49, no.5, p.361-83, May 2007.

[Hogden, J.], "A Blind Algorithm for Recovering Articulator Positions from Acoustics", 2009 43rd Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems and Computers, p.1737-41, 2009.

[Hogden, J * Vander Wiel, S * Bower, GC * Michalak, S * Siemion, A * Werthimer, D], "COMPARISON OF RADIO-FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE MITIGATION STRATEGIES FOR DISPERSED PULSE DETECTION", ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL, Vol.747, iss.2, 141, MAR 10 2012.

[Michalak, S * DuBois, A * DuBois, D * Wel, SV * Hogden, J], "Developing Systems for Real-Time Streaming Analysis", JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL AND GRAPHICAL STATISTICS, Vol.21, iss.3, p.561-580, SEP 2012.

 

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