Projects per year
- Cognitive architectures: I develop the CHREST model of human learning and perceptual expertise.
- Data mining: algorithms and applications in text and image analysis.
- Methodology: techniques and tools to aid in the development of scientific models and software.
Peter Lane has degrees in Mathematics and Computer Science. His research interests cover many aspects of machine learning and its applications, including the simulation of human learning. His early work looked at connectionist models of natural-language learning. More recently, he has worked on the CHREST cognitive architecture of human perception and learning. His current project uses genetic programming to develop cognitive models from psychological data.
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1/03/19 → 28/02/23
1/09/13 → 1/02/15
Proceedings of Abstracts, School of Physics, Engineering and Computer Science Research Conference 2022Coudron, L. (ed.), Amafabia, D., Asimea, L., Bally, J., Baran, A., Boies, A., Borjali, A., Bosomworth, C., Burningham, B., Chaliasou, N-A., CHEN, Y. K., Cheong, Y. K., Chizari, M., Chung, E., Coppin, K., David-West, O., Dennler, N., Dhakal, H., Dimov, N., Dmitruk, E., & 98 others, 4 Nov 2022, University of Hertfordshire. 128 p.
Research output: Book/Report › AnthologyOpen AccessFile74 Downloads (Pure)
Javed, N., Gobet, F. & Lane, P., 27 Apr 2022, In: Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery. 22 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile3 Downloads (Pure)
Lane, P., Helian, N., Bodla, M. H., Zheng, M. & Moggridge, P., 15 Apr 2022, Dynamic Hierarchical Structure Optimisation for Cloud Computing Job Scheduling. Springer Nature, p. 301-316 16 p. (Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series; vol. 13224).
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Conference contribution1 Downloads (Pure)
Lane, P., Bartlett, L., Javed, N., Pirrone, A. & Gobet, F., 2022. 7 p.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Paper › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile58 Downloads (Pure)
Forming Concepts of Mozart and Homer Using Short-Term and Long-Term Memory: A Computational Model Based on ChunkingBennett, D., Gobet, F. & Lane, P., 1 Aug 2020, p. 178-184. 7 p.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Paper › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile57 Downloads (Pure)