Currently working really hard on two fronts,
1. Writing out a paper for the Knowledge Discovery in Databases conference
2. My text classification project
and of course there is my course work. Of course this is not in order of priority.
Or atleast I hope !!!
All you folks planning an MS in Computer Science this year, this link is for you.
Its a presentation given to Undergraduates by one of the smarter PhD’s around
here ;). I especially liked the bit about the knowledge spectrum. The overview
of technologies also includes game programming. What is really interesting
is the attrition rate of students hopping off from Computer Science to
The algorithms exam really had me thinking for some time. Although I lost most
marks to carelessness, I really did not have an idea to solve this problem "
Give an O (V+E) algorithm to find shortest paths from a single source for
a directed weighted graph with edge weights only 1 and 2." As it ironically
turns out, this brainteaser has a sarcastically easy solution. If you pester me
enough I shall reveal it to you 🙂
This weekend is a busy one, with work required on the project and on a proposal
for research studies.
The stress week begins, my friend put me off to sleep yesterday, very grateful
for that. If I had not slept I would probably screw up later on this week. I hear
you can develop Dementia from lack of sleep. hehe !!
I have begun work on my Distributed Artificial Intelligence project with several
email exchanges with my professor Michael Van Wie.
Mike is an excellent person and I know that it is going to be a good experience
to work for him. Soon enough the project website will be up for this one too.
This project also looks like it is going to be a lot more long-term like the Data
Mining project to mine weblogs.
I am also looking at the Prisoner’s Dilemma. Or should I call it ‘Santosh’s
The week ahead is going to be tough unfortunately, with mid-terms and project
and homework deadlines interleaved. But thats the way it is here at RIT. Plans
don’t work, execution does.
Computer Science Department has moved to the New Building. !!!
Large and spacious, the CS department now has an entire floor dedicated
to themselves. My perspective, this does not really compare to Bhageraath
but atleast now I know my dollars are’nt going down the drain. The building
maybe modern, but for now the facilities and Computers will remain the same.
This only reinforces my decision to stay with RIT.
Pictures will be put up here very soon !