The blog posts in this category describe some aspects of the research made by the members of the group.

My experience at Euralex 2018

Last summer, I got an opportunity to attend the 18th International Congress at Ljubljana, Slovenia. It was a well-organized conference by the Centre for Language Resources and Technologies at the University of Ljubljana and Trojina, Institute for Applied Slovene Studies. It was fascinating to know about the role of computer science in dictionary making.  The […]


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A Little Talk on Label Noise

Recently, we are doing research on personal context recognition with sensor data collected from the user’s mobile devices. We investigate other context recognition solutions and find that supervised machine learning is applied in many solutions. These supervised learning solutions have implicit assumption that annotators are experts and they would provide perfectly labeled training data, which


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Software Testing

Software Testing Some say it takes much to come up with a good software product while others say it’s just a walk over; all in all, these opinions vary from one software developer to another, the time available and the goal for which the software is being built. Putting these factors a side, there are


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