Probabilistic Graphical Models10-708, Spring 2015
School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University
- Time: Monday, Wednesday 12:00-1:20 pm
- Location: DH 1212
- Recitations: Thursday 6:00 pm, Scaife Hall 125
- The final project presentations will be held in NSH 1305 over two 4 hour sessions between 10am - 2pm on Monday 5/4 and between 12pm - 4pm on Tuesday 5/5. The schedule for presentations is here. Please contact the TAs immediately if you have a conflict. All students are expected to be present during the entire session in which they are presenting. They are also expected to make it to their session before the start of the first presentation. Each presentation is scheduled for 11 minutes - (9 minutes for presentation + 2 minutes for questions). All group members should present for roughly equal time. Group members will be graded individually. You should state what work is your own and reference prior work that you build on. Be sure that all your figures are clear, using large lines, and labelled in a big font.
- The final project report will be due on 5/8 11:59pm. Your write up should be in the style of a research article that you would submit to a conference or a journal. Again, you should state what work is your own and reference prior work that you build on. Be sure that all your figures are clear, using large lines, and labelled in a big font. The report should be limited to 8 pages, excluding references (no appendix allowed), and should be in ICML style.
- Assignment 4 is out. Due on Apr 29 in class.
- Assignment 3 is out. Due on Apr 13 in class.
- Assignment 2 is out. Due on Mar 2 in class.
- Assignment 1 is out. Due on Feb 13 at 12 noon.
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- Class begins on Monday, 01-12-15. See you in class!
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