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Simple, Fast, Effective, Active Learning

Recently, we “read” ten thousand recipes or so from a cooking web site.  The purpose of doing so was to produce a formal representation of those recipes for use in temporal reasoning by a robot. Our task was to produce ontology by reading the recipes subject to conflicting goals.  On the one hand, the ontology [...]

Of Kalman Filters and Hidden Markov Models

This provides some background relating to some work we did on part of speech tagging for a modest, domain-specific corpus.  The path is from Hsu et al 2012, which discusses spectral methods based on singular value decomposition (SVD) as a better method for learning hidden Markov models (HMM) and the use of word vectors instead [...]