Linda Beverly

Undergraduate: Mathematics and Computer Science
Department of Mathematics, California State University East Bay
Hayward, California, USA
I am pursuing a double major in Mathematics and Computer Science. I am currently working on research in geometric dimensionality reduction and unsupervised machine learning. This work will be extended into neural networks and deep learning. I enjoy seeking out interesting intersections between mathematics, computer science, and art.
A Butterfly Through Time
61 x 51 cm
ink on paper
2017
This image is an embedding of natural imagery video of flowers and a butterfly. The embedding was performed using Locally Linear Embedding (LLE) a nonlinear dimensionality reduction technique, introduced by Saul & Roweis in 2000. LLE is an unsupervised machine learning algorithm. LLE was applied to five frames of creative commons video of a butterfly flapping it wings surrounded by flowers utilizing open source software.