Undergraduate Work

The following are links to papers that were written during my time, as an undergraduate student, reading for an MEng in Software Engineering in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Sheffield.

SUVing: Automatic Silence/Unvoiced/Voiced Classification of Speech
Mark Greenwood and Andrew Kinghorn. SUVing: Automatic Silence/Unvoiced/Voiced Classification of Speech. Undergraduate Coursework, Department of Computer Science, The University of Sheffield, UK, 1999.
Paper, Software
The Importance of User Message Text and Why Professional Writers Should Be Involved - A Critical Review
Gary Tomlinson and Mark Greenwood. The Importance of User Message Text and Why Professional Writers Should be Involved: A Critical Review. Undergraduate Coursework, Department of Computer Science, The University of Sheffield, UK, 2000.
Paper, Slides
Producing Real-Time "Best Practice" Motion from Motion Capture Data in a Game Environment
Mark Greenwood. Producing Real-Time "Best Practice" Motion from Motion Capture Data in a Game Environment. Undergraduate Dissertation, Department of Computer Science, The University of Sheffield, UK, 2000.
Dissertation, Animations for Evaluation
The Applicability of ‘Occam’s Razor’ to Neural Network Architecture
Mark Greenwood and Rob Oxspring. The Applicability of ‘Occam’s Razor’ to Neural Network Architecture. Undergraduate Coursework, Department of Computer Science, The University of Sheffield, UK, 2001.
Paper, Software
The Viterbi Algorithm For ASR With Continuous-Density HMMS
Rob Oxspring and Mark Greenwood. The Viterbi Algorithm For ASR With Continuous-Density HMMS. Undergraduate Coursework, Department of Computer Science, The University of Sheffield, UK, 2001.
Paper