Michael W. Floyd
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I attended high school at Osgoode Township High School in Metcalfe, Ontario before going on to Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario where I received a B.Eng. degree in 2006. Following that I went on to receive a M.A.Sc. degree from Carleton in 2008 and am currently pursuing a Ph.D. degree in Computer Systems Engineering. My research focuses on learning by observation and involves areas including case-based reasoning, artificial intelligence and software agents.

I have been the recipient of numerous academic scholarships as well as teaching and research awards. These include the Ontario Graduate Scholarship, the Department of Systems and Computer Engineering Teaching Assistant Excellence Award and the Best Educational Video at the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) conference.


demonstration video
flag Case-Based Reasoning in Games
as author at  AAAI 2011: AI Video Competition,
  demonstration video
flag Case-based Imitation: A Sequel
as author at  AAAI 2010: AI Video Competition,
together with: Babak Esfandiari,