[ml] Intro to Information Retrieval Talk Tomorrow
jareddunne at gmail.com
Tue Sep 14 11:42:15 PDT 2010
Just a reminder that this talk will happen tomorrow at NoiseBridge starting
at 7:30. It should be fairly intuitive, so I'm hoping to cover all this in
about an hour and change.
Afterward, we can go into depth with your questions or alternatively move
into discussion of CS229 Lecture 3 depending on everyone's interest.
On Sat, Aug 28, 2010 at 12:35 PM, Jared Dunne <jareddunne at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all-
> I was wondering if there is any interest in an Introduction to Information
> Retrieval talk on Wednesday, September 15.
> Topics would include:
> - Basics:
> - Vector Space Model
> - Cosine Similarity
> - TF/IDF Term Weighting
> - Precision & Recall Metrics
> - Collaborative Filtering
> - Clustering Analysis
> I could give a high level overview with some compelling examples to help
> wrap your brains around the math. The basics are intuitive & easy to grasp,
> so I should have time to at least touch on everything above in an hour.
> After that we could do Q & A, delving deeper into some of the techniques or
> applying them to some of your domains of research/work. (If you have ideas
> for the latter, please send me them so I can try to work them into my
> examples for the talk & slides.)
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