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Archive for 十二月 2009

Merry Christmas!

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Let's play in the snow! by Miss Chien.

A wonderful Christmas and my best wishes
to all of you!
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24/12/2009 at 17:37

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New Board of International Machine Learning Society

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14/12/2009 at 22:48

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教你吃寿司

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Written by Weiwei

11/12/2009 at 17:45

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在KDML’09的报告

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  终于把KDML 2009的视频字幕做好了。感谢托马斯(这里写中文——否则让他看到自己的名字出现在一堆天书之中,少不了我一大堆口舌)帮我录制了这个视频。毕竟还是家用摄像机,画面和音质都无法和Videolectures.net上的视频相提并论。鉴于此,添加字幕还是很必要的。

  处理字幕、调整时间轴是一件非常辛苦的事情,不自己做一次完全不会知道。下次在1000fr没看到Dr.House的更新,别再埋怨了。

  整个报告包含三个视频。以上是第一部分,第二部分在这里,第三部分(问答)在这里

Written by Weiwei

10/12/2009 at 02:50

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Introducing arXiv.org

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This is an email message sent to all KEBI members. It might be also of interest to the readers here, so I decide to post it as well.


Hi all,

the arXiv (http://arxiv.org/ currently hosted by Cornell University) is a world famous archive for electronic preprints of scientific papers covering almost all fields of nature science, such as mathematics, physics, statistics, quantitative biology, and of course, computer science. The idea behind the arXiv is in line with the trend of “open science” (aka: open research): all the articles on the arXiv can be accessed via internet for free. In many fields of mathematics and physics, almost all scientific papers are placed on the arXiv (according to Wikipedia). As of 3 October 2008, arXiv.org passed the half-million article milestone, with roughly five thousand new e-prints added every month.

The arXiv is not peer-reviewed. The authors take most responsibility. A majority of the e-prints are also submitted to journals or other venues for publication. But some work, including some very influential papers, remain purely as e-prints and are never published in a peer-reviewed journal. An example, a well-know story, is an outline of a proof of Thurston’s geometrization conjecture, including the Poincaré conjecture as a particular case, uploaded by Grigori Perelman in November 2002. Perelman refused to publish his result in a traditional peer-reviewed journal. (This guy also declined to accept the Fields Medal!)

More about arXiv on Wiki:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ArXiv

Sub-fields that you could be interested in:
Learning: http://arxiv.org/list/cs.LG/recent
Machine Learning: http://arxiv.org/list/stat.ML/recent

Artificial Intelligence: http://arxiv.org/list/cs.AI/recent
Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition: http://arxiv.org/list/cs.CV/recent

Best
Weiwei

Written by Weiwei

01/12/2009 at 18:42

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