My name is Krystof Litomisky, and I graduated from the University of California, Riverside with a Master's degree in Computer Science in June 2012.

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My research interests include computer vision, machine learning, pattern recognition, and related fields. Be sure to check out some of the projects I've worked on.

If you are interested in consumer RGB-D cameras such as the Microsoft Kinect and their applications, you might be interested in this introductory document I have prepared about the current state-of-the-art: PDF (1.5 MB). Recently, I developed an algorithm to identify and remove moving objects from Point Clouds scenes created with RGB-D sensors such as the Microsoft Kinect. You can find more details on this project here.

I've put together HTML5 visualizations/animations that demonstrate how several algorithms used in the synthesis of digital systems work. In particular, I have a nice animation of Simulated Annealing. You can find out more about this here.

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