Christopher Srinivasa

Probabilistic and Statistical Inference Group, University of Toronto

Conference Papers
  • Srinivasa, C., Ravanbakhsh, S., Frey, B. (2016) Survey propagation beyond constraint satisfaction problems. The 19th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Statistics (AISTATS). Cadiz, Spain. Oral Presentation (Submissions: 537, Total Acceptances: 165, Oral Selections: 35).
  • Ravanbakhsh, S., Srinivasa, C., Frey, B., Greiner, R. (2014) Min-max problems on factor graphs. The International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML) 2014. Beijing, China. Poster Presentation.
  • Srinivasa, C., Bouchard, M., Pichevar, R., Najaf-Zadeh, H. (2012) Graph theory for the discovery of non-parametric audio objects. The 11th International Conference on Information Sciences, Signal Processing, and their Applications: Special Sessions (ISSPA2012). Montreal, Canada. Oral Presentation (Nominated for Best Paper Award - Oral Category).
  • Srinivasa, C., Pichevar, R., Bouchard, M., Najaf-Zadeh, H. (2012) Integration of auditory masks into a locally competitive algorithm for sparse representations of audio signals. The 11th International Conference on Information Sciences, Signal Processing, and their Applications: Special Sessions (ISSPA2012). Montreal, Canada. Poster Presentation (Nominated for Best Paper Award - Poster Category).
  • Pichevar, R., Najaf-Zadeh, H., Mustiere, F., Srinivasa, C., Lahdili, H., and Thibault, L. (2011) Sparse object-based audio coding using non-negative matrix factorization of spikegrams. The International Workshop on Signal Processing with Adaptive Sparse Structured Representations (SPARS). Edinburgh, Scotland. Poster Presentation.
  • Patents
  • Pichevar, R., Srinivasa, C., Najaf-Zadeh, H., Mustiere, F., Lahdili, H., and Thibault, L. (2011) Signal coding with adaptive neural network. U.S. Patent Application # 13/188,915.
  • Pichevar, R., Najaf-Zadeh, H., Mustiere, F., Srinivasa, C., Lahdili, H., and Thibault, L. (2011) Sparse object-based audio coding using non-negative matrix factorization of spikegrams. U.S. Provisional Patent Application # 61/494,460.