PHONE (918) 812-5562 • EMAIL arlo.lyle [at] gmail.com

Arlo Lyle

objective
To use artificial intelligence techniques in the implementation of real world consumer applications.

education
M.S. in Artificial Intelligence, University of Georgia, 2007
B.S. in Computer Science (Cum Laude), University of Tulsa, 2005

programming experience
Languages: Java, C/C++, Perl, Visual Basic, Lisp, Clips, SQL, Prolog
Web Development: HTML, JavaScript, PHP, Perl, CSS, XML
Operating Systems: Windows, Linux, Mac OSX
Software: Microsoft Visio, Microsoft Visual Studio 6, Weka

research
USDA Forest Service - NED-2
NED-2 is a robust, intelligent, goal-driven decision support system that integrates vegetation growth models, wildlife models, silvicultural models, GIS, and visualization tools for forest ecosystem management. NED-2 uses a blackborad architecture and a set of semi-autonomous agents to manage these tools for the user.

Baseball Prediction Using Ensemble Learning (masters thesis)
My thesis involved implementing several machine learning and ensemble learning techniques in order to predict season statistics for batters playing in the major leagues.

LPA-Speech
LPA-Speech is an interface between LPA-Prolog and the Microsoft Speech API. LPA-Speech provides functionality for speech generation and recognition.

conferences and publications
Baseball Prediction Using Ensemble Learning - Arlo Lyle - Georgia Graduate
Student Interdisciplinary Conference 2007 - Athens, GA

LPA-Speech: An Interface Between LPA-Prolog and Microsoft SAPI - Arlo Lyle -
University of Georgia 2006 - http://www.ai.uga.edu/mc/ProNTo

Managing for Visual Goals in the NED-2 Decision-Support System for Forest Ecosystems -
D. Nute, Z. Cheng, A. Lyle, W.D. Potter, M.J. Twery, S.A. Thomasma, and P.D. Knopp -
International Conference on Environmental Modelling and Software 2006 - Burlington, VT

PollenPro: A General Pollen Forecasting System - K. Johnson, A. Lyle, B. Waters, S. East,
R. Gamble, E. Levetin - Pan-American Aerobiology Conference 2005 - Tulsa, OK

employment
The University of Georgia - Artificial Intelligence Center (8/2005 - current)
Research Assistant
•NED-2 Project

The University of Tulsa - McFarlin Library (08/2001 - 08/2005)
Lab Assistant
•Reception/security at building entrance
•Lab user advice and troubleshooting
•PC equipment maintenance

The University of Tulsa - Dept. of Math and Computer Science (08/2004 - 05/2005)
Webpage Designer
•Redesign and administration of department website



Artificial Intelligence Center - The University of Georgia - 111 Boyd GSRC - Athens, Georgia 30606-7415