Today, I defend my thesis proposal. Today.
By the way, I am applying for PhD. If any of you know of vacancies, I am interested.
My interest is in theoretical mathematics. I would like to do something in number theory, geometry and combinatorics. Other than that, I do not have very rigid constraints for a PhD topic.
My master's thesis is about Coding theory. Before that, I did a small project reading about Arithmetic hyperbolic 3-manifolds.
its so sad google+ couldnt afford to run their instance anymore
With much of industry focused on the specific rather than general capability and a lot of research funding following the direction of industry, I think many have adopted the notion that a system that works for this task is more important.
Oh haha my bad. I thought you were more specialized to programming languages. I mean I personally think that hybrid approaches are the way to go in the future. I think that rule based approaches are viewed as not as promising simply because the majority of nlp research doesn't use these methods anymore. Non-linguistically oriented people also tend to prefer to avoid these methods because they require extensive knowledge of how languages work.
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Many thanks to the people at Mathstodon, who graciously offered the code that allows for \(\LaTeX\) processing!
The main skill I need to acquire as a grad student in computational linguistics is knowing the *exact* amount of vector shenanigans I need to include in my submission for any given venue in order to be accepted.
Please boost if your account is safe for non-binary people.
Hello, all! I'm an academic librarian at Marquette U. I have two main roles there--supporting digital scholarship and leading the creative/communication side of the library's administration.
My work-related research currently focuses on the relationships between open access publishing and social justice. I'm also interested in languages, especially in relation to print culture. I geek out on visual design, early sound recordings, and learning how to use new digital tools.
Glad to be here!
PhD Student of Computational Linguistics at Indiana University
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