Allow me to introduce myself
I am also a scientific Python developer, maintainter of the polylearn library for factorization machines and polynomial networks in Python, and sometimes contributing to the scikit-learn machine learning library. I am collaborating with the Center for Computational Linguistics at the University of Bucharest.
- Check out our ACL‘17 paper on Argument mining with structured SVMs and RNNs! Code and data are available.
- Released the dataset for our NAACL 2016 paper, Conversational markers of constructive discussions.
- Chenhao and I wrote a blog post about our WWW 2016 paper with Cristian and Lillian, Winning Arguments: Interaction Dynamics and Persuasion Strategies in Good-faith Online Discussions.
Fall 2017: TA for CS 4740 Introduction to Natural Language Processing.
Office hours Tue 3–4pm in Gates G15: see you there!
Whenever I code something that I think is cool and could be useful, I blog about it.
You can read about the fonts I’m using on this page and I’m sure you’ll find it interesting, especially if you’re mathematically inclined. Then again, people don’t usually get my math jokes, so I won’t get my hopes up.