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Guidelines for last-class presentations:

  • Presentations will be on the last class.
  • Length = 9 minutes with two minutes for questions. Please be sure to practice your presentation & gauge length
  • Powerpoint or PDF Slides (I suggest a max 1 per minute, but number depends on your style, hence a dry run is key)
    I assume you will use own laptop to present slides; otherwise 1) let me know asap and 2) mail me slides (.ppt or .pdf) two hours before the start of class.
    Bring slides on a backup device, eg USB memory.
  • Every member should talk for some part of the presentation slot
  • Subtopics to cover:
    • Aspirations & reality of what you built
    • Demo or sample results
    • Suprises (What was harder or easier than expected?)
    • What did you learn?
    • Experiments & validation
    • Who did what

Schedule for Presentations

  • Named Entity Linking
    • /^David Ma.*$/ (Mentor: Mausam): David Mah, David Mailhot
    • Monsters&Men (Mentor: Mitchell Koch): Andrew Rogers, Simon Schafer, Eli White.
    • Linearly Separable (Mentor: Hannaneh): Jenny Abrahamson, Melissa Winstanley
  • Relation Extraction
    • Locations: The Hot Slot Shots (Mentor:Alan Ritter): Jeff Booth, Alex Cartwell, Tim Plummer
    • Time: TeamOne (Mentor: Xiao): Kevin Tang, Hunlan Lin, Justin Lee
    • InstaRead Tool Based Approaches: Instant Total Recall (Mentor: Raphael): Dan Sanderson, Justin McManus, Vikram Kudva, and James Lee
    • Distant Supervision: MDJ (Mentor: Congle Zhang): Stephen Jonany, Michael Hotan, Antonius Harijanto

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