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cs-401r:assignment-5 [2014/10/14 21:06]
ringger [Optional: Higher Order Models]
cs-401r:assignment-5 [2014/10/14 21:09] (current)
ringger [Report Requirements]
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 ''​Please limit the non-code portion of you report to 4 pages maximum.''​ ''​Please limit the non-code portion of you report to 4 pages maximum.''​
  
-For this assignment, ​you should write a well-structured report on the work you have done, including the following ingredients:​ +For this assignment, ​Write a well-structured report on the work you have done, including the following ingredients:​ 
-* '''​Time''': ​Please include ​at the top of page 1 of your report a clear measure (in hours) of how long it took you to complete this project.+* '''​Time''': ​Include ​at the top of page 1 of your report a clear measure (in hours) of how long it took you to complete this project.
 * [5 points] '''​Data''':​ Dedicate one section of your report to specify your choice of data set.  If you chose your own, then explain the source and content of the data.  Explain how the data is partitioned so that training and test data are distinct. * [5 points] '''​Data''':​ Dedicate one section of your report to specify your choice of data set.  If you chose your own, then explain the source and content of the data.  Explain how the data is partitioned so that training and test data are distinct.
-* [10 points] '''​Design Decisions''': ​The report should specify ​what you built and what choices you made.  Please do not simply submit a debug or work log. +* [10 points] '''​Design Decisions''': ​Specify ​what you built and what choices you made.  Please do not simply submit a debug or work log. 
-* [10 points] '''​Results''': ​The report should include ​the accuracies, confusion matrices, etc., for each model on a test data set separate from the training set. +** ''​2015:​ Be sure to explain how you implemented the smoothing of the estimates of the probability of a word given a class. ​ What data structures did you use?  How are they consulted in order to make a decision?''​ 
-* [20 points] '''​Error Analysis''': ​Your report should also include ​error analysis that responds to the questions raised below – enough to convince us that you looked at the specific behavior of your models and thought about what they’re doing wrong and how you’d fix them.+* [10 points] '''​Results''': ​Include ​the accuracies, confusion matrices, etc., for each model on a test data set separate from the training set. 
 +* [20 points] '''​Error Analysis''': ​Include ​error analysis that responds to the questions raised below – enough to convince us that you looked at the specific behavior of your models and thought about what they’re doing wrong and how you’d fix them.
 ** The primary goal of error analysis is to understand what your classifiers are doing well, what they’re doing badly, and why. ** The primary goal of error analysis is to understand what your classifiers are doing well, what they’re doing badly, and why.
 ** Use your confusion matrix to show how often each pair of labels is confused. ** Use your confusion matrix to show how often each pair of labels is confused.
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 * '''​Code''':​ Include your code at the end of your report. * '''​Code''':​ Include your code at the end of your report.
  
-[10 points] ​Clarity and structure of your report.+[10 points] ​Write your report ​with clarity and easy-to-follow structure.
  
 === Optional: Further Analysis === === Optional: Further Analysis ===
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