Throughout the course, you will develop an application of NLP techniques to a topic of interest to you.
Due: 2019/09/06 at 5pm
For the first milestone, you will choose a problem to work on (and collaborator, if any). The deadline is intentionally set too early for you to know how to solve your problem. We just want to know what you're interested in! It is okay to change later on. Length guideline: ½–1 page per undergraduate, 1–2 pages per graduate.
Please submit your idea in Sakai as a PDF file (not doc or docx) named netid-pm1.pdf.
Due: 2019/10/18 at 5pm
For the second milestone, you should have everything ready that you need to start experimenting with solutions to your problem. Describe what you've done so far. Length guideline: ½–1 page per undergraduate, 1–2 pages per graduate.
For 95% of projects, this means that you must answer the following:
For a minority of projects, the above will not apply; please speak to Prof. Chiang about what to submit.
Please submit your work in Sakai as a PDF file (not doc or docx) named netid-pm2.pdf.
Due: Some time after fall break
Your presentation should be no more than 5 minutes per person, plus 5 minutes per person for discussion. It is okay if some of the work presented isn’t finished yet. Presentation dates are scattered throughout the second half of the semester. If you choose an early date, you will get feedback that you can actually implement!
You should present:
Please submit your slides in Sakai as a PDF file with the filename netid-pm3.pdf.
Due: 2019/12/16 at 5pm
Length guideline: 2–4 pages per undergraduate student, 4–8 pages per graduate student.
Please submit your report in Sakai as a PDF file (not doc or docx) named netid-pm4.pdf.