Monthly Archives: July 2005

Welcome Reviewers!

I guess, but I’m not sure, that my papers’ reviewers read this blog. When it comes near the decision time, I have a few visitors who are searching my name on the web and find this site!

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AAAI-05 Blog

I guess it would be a little late, but you may enjoy reading this AAAI-05 blog. Its description reveals everything: Student blog for the 20th National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-05) and 17th Innovative Applications of Artificial Intelligence Conference (IAAI-05) … Continue reading

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Thesis Writing

Today, I wrote 2800 words (15K characters) of my thesis discussing behavior evolution experiments. I am really tired of reporting and writing and …, but it is almost done. I must write a conclusion, then re-read all I’ve written till … Continue reading

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Deep Impact: A Further Step

NASA’s Deep Impact is a really astonishing project. You may know by now that the mission is about sending a spacecraft toward comet Temple 1 to make an artificial impact with it. This way, one can seek the material beneath … Continue reading

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On Performance Reporting in Reinforcement Learning

One common way to evaluate reinforcement learning methods is comparing the learning curve that is usually an average of a few runs (trials) of the method applied to a single problem. If the ultimate part of the learning curve is … Continue reading

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