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  2. Jul 2019
    1. My post-publication peer review and re-analysis identifies problems with the included temperature range and the linearity of effects.

  3. Jun 2019
    1. It didn’t matter if people called him selfish; Leonard looked out for himself, because ultimately, the fans never do.

      connection: we shouldn't seek external approval because that approval is unreliable.

      a corollary is that by doing so, we get more external approval. We are more grounded.

    1. An Introduction to Variational Autoencoders



  4. Apr 2019
    1. Recent Advances in Open Set Recognition: A Survey


  5. Mar 2019
    1. Evaluation of technology enhanced learning programs for health care professionals: systematic review This article is included because it is a systematic review. It is presented in academic language. The intention is to evaluate the quality of the articles themselves, not to guide e-learning development. Criteria for evaluating articles was established in advance. The utility of the article for my purposes may be a new search term, continuous professional development. rating 2/5

    1. New Media Consortium Horizon Report This page provides a link to the annual Horizon Report. The report becomes available late in the year. The report identifies emerging technologies that are likely to be influential and describes the timeline and prospective impact for each. Unlike the link to top learning tools that anyone can use, the technologies listed here may be beyond the ability of the average trainer to implement. While it is informative and perhaps a good idea to stay abreast of these listings, it is not necessarily something that the average instructional designer can apply. Rating: 3/5

    1. A Sensitivity Analysis of (and Practitioners’ Guide to) Convolutional Neural Networks for Sentence Classification

    1. Abstrac

      In his commentary, Alex Holcombe makes the argument that only ‘one or two exemplars of a color category’ are typically examined in color studies, and this is problematic because a color such as ‘red’ is a category, not a single hue.

      Although in some fields it is very important to examine a range of stimuli, and in general examining the generalizability of findings has an important place in research lines, I do not think that currently this issue is a pressing concern in color psychology. Small variations in hue and brightness naturally occur in online studies, and these are assumed not to matter for the underlying mechanism. Schietecat, Lakens, IJsselsteijn, and De Kort (2018) write: “In addition, we conducted Experiments 1 and 3 in a laboratory environment, but Experiments 2, 4, and 5 were conducted in participants’ homes with an internet-based method. Therefore, we could not be completely sure that the presentation of the stimuli on their personal computers was identical for every participant in those experiments. However, we expected that the impact of these variations on our results is not substantial. The labels of the IAT (i.e., red vs blue) increased the salience of the relevant hue dimension, and we do not expect our results to hold for very specific hues, but for colors that are broadly categorized as red, blue, and green. The similar associative patterns across Experiments 2 and 3 seem to support this expectation.”

      We wrote this because there is nothing specific about the hue that is expected to drive the effects in association based accounts of psychological effects of colors. If the color ‘red’ is associated with specific concepts (and the work by Schietecat at all supports the idea that red can activate associations related to either activity and evaluation, such as aggression or enthusiasm, depending on the context). This means that the crucial role of the stimulus is to activate the association with ‘red’, no the perceptual stimulation of the eye in any specific way. The critical manipulation check would thus be is people categorize a stimulus as ‘red’. As long as this is satisfied, we can assume the concept ‘red’ is activated, which can then activate related associations, depending on the context.

      Obviously, the author is correct that there are benefits in testing multiple variations of the color ‘red’ to demonstrate the generalizability of observed effects. However, the authors is writing too much as a perception researcher I fear. If there is a strong theoretical reason to assume slightly different hues and chromas will not matter (because as long as a color is recognized as ‘red’ it will activate specific associations) the research priority of varying colors is much lower than in other fields (e.g., research on human faces) where it is more plausible that the specifics of the stimuli matter. A similar argument holds for the question whether “any link is specifically to red, rather than extending to green, yellow, purple, and brown”. This is too a-theoretical, and even though not all color research has been replicable, and many studies suffered from problems identified during the replication crisis, the theoretical models are still plausible, and specific to predictions about certain hues. We know quite a lot about color associations for prototypical colors in terms of their associations with valence and activity (e.g., Russell & Mehrabian, 1977) and this can be used to make more specific predictions than to a-theoretically test the entire color spectrum.

      Indeed, across the literature many slightly different variations of red are used, or in online studies (Schietecat et al., 2018) studies have been performed online, where different computer screens will naturally lead to some variation in the exact colors presented. This doesn’t mean that more dedicated exploration of the boundaries of these effects can be worthwhile in the future. But currently, the literature is more focused on examining whether these effects are reliable to begin with, and explaining basic questions about their context dependency, than that they are concerned about testing the range of hues for which effects can be observed. So, although in principle it is often true that the generalizability of effects is understudies and deserved more attention, it is not color psychology’s most pressing concern, because we have theoretical predictions about specific colors, and because theoretically as long as a color activates the concept (e.g., ‘red’), the associated concepts that influence subsequent psychological responses are assumed to be activated, irrespective of minor differences in for example hue or brightness.

      Daniel Lakens


      Russell, J. A., & Mehrabian, A. (1977). Evidence for a three-factor theory of emotions. Journal of Research in Personality, 11(3), 273–294. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/0092-6566(77)90037-X Schietecat, A. C., Lakens, D., IJsselsteijn, W. A., & Kort, Y. A. W. de. (2018). Predicting Context-dependent Cross-modal Associations with Dimension-specific Polarity Attributions. Part 2: Red and Valence. Collabra: Psychology, 4(1). https://doi.org/10.1525/COLLABRA.126

    1. Neural Approaches to Conversational AI

      Question Answering, Task-Oriented Dialogues and Social Chatbots

      The present paper surveys neural approaches to conversational AI that have beendeveloped in the last few years. We group conversational systems into three cat-egories: (1) question answering agents, (2) task-oriented dialogue agents, and(3) chatbots. For each category, we present a review of state-of-the-art neuralapproaches, draw the connection between them and traditional approaches, anddiscuss the progress that has been made and challenges still being faced, usingspecific systems and models as case studies

  6. Feb 2019
    1. Dialog System & Technology Challenge 6 Overview of Track 1 - End-to-End Goal-Oriented Dialog learning

      End-to-end dialog learning is an important research subject inthe domain of conversational systems. The primary task consistsin learning a dialog policy from transactional dialogs of a givendomain. In this context, usable datasets are needed to evaluatelearning approaches, yet remain scarce. For this challenge, atransaction dialog dataset has been produced using a dialogsimulation framework developed and released by Facebook AIResearch. Overall, nine teams participated in the challenge. Inthis report, we describe the task and the dataset. Then, we specifythe evaluation metrics for the challenge. Finally, the results ofthe submitted runs of the participants are detailed.

    1. we define conversation-turns per session (CPS) as the success metric for social chatbots. The larger the CPS is, the better engaged the social chatbot is.

    1. Deep Learning for Image Super-resolution: A Survey

      【导读】图像超分(SR, Super-Resolution)图像处理及数据非常重要的应用方向,主要目标在于增强原始图像与视频的分辨率精度。最近这些年,非常多的图像超分问题研究均采用了深度学习的架构,本篇综述希望通过全面回顾基于深度学习的图像超分方法,帮助大家快速了解这一领域的最新动态。






      1. 给出了一个综合的基于深度学习的图像超分技术综述,包括问题设置、数据集、性能度量、一组基于深度学习的图像超分方法集合,特定领域的图像超分方法应用等等。

      2. 为最近基于深度学习的图像超分算法提供了系统性、结构化的视角,并总结了高效图像超分解决方案中的优势于劣势。

      3. 我们讨论了这个领域的挑战与开放问题,并总结了最近的新趋势与未来的发展方向。

    2. Revisiting Self-Supervised Visual Representation Learning


    3. An Introduction to Image Synthesis with Generative Adversarial Nets

      GAN 自 2014 年诞生至今也有 4 个多年头了,大量围绕 GAN 展开的文章被发表在各大期刊和会议,以改进和分析 GAN 的数学研究、提高 GAN 的生成质量研究、GAN 在图像生成上的应用(指定图像合成、文本到图像,图像到图像、视频)以及 GAN 在 NLP 和其它领域的应用。图像生成是研究最多的,并且该领域的研究已经证明了在图像合成中使用 GAN 的巨大潜力。本文对 GAN 在图像生成应用做个综述。

    1. Julie Beck argues that unless we do something with what we have read within 24-hours then we often forget it.

      For a while I've been doing PESOS from reading.am to my website privately. Then a day or so later I come back to the piece to think about it again and post any additional thoughts, add tags, etc. I often find that things I missed the first time around manage to resurface. Unless I've got a good reason not to I usually then publish it.

    1. incorporating community feedback and expert judgment

      Biomed Central and ResearchSquare have partnered on a project called InReview, which enables community feedback in parallel with traditional peer review. More on that project here.

    1. Interactions of tomato and Botrytis genetic diversity: Parsing the contributions of host differentiation, domestication and pathogen variation

      This article has a Peer Review Report

  7. Jan 2019
    1. A Survey of the Recent Architectures of Deep Convolutional Neural Networks

      深度卷积神经网络(CNN)是一种特殊类型的神经网络,在各种竞赛基准上表现出了当前最优结果。深度 CNN 架构在挑战性基准任务比赛中实现的高性能表明,创新的架构理念以及参数优化可以提高 CNN 在各种视觉相关任务上的性能。本综述将最近的 CNN 架构创新分为七个不同的类别,分别基于空间利用、深度、多路径、宽度、特征图利用、通道提升和注意力。

    2. Optimization Models for Machine Learning: A Survey

      感觉此文于我而言真正有价值的恐怕只有文末附录的 Dataset tables 汇总整理了。。。。。

    1. Web annotation, for example, is catching on as a new mode of collaboration, peer review, and other research functions.

      And the combination of community feedback on preprints with traditional and post-publication peer review through collaborative annotation is catching on with a variety of publishers. See InReview by BMC and ResearchSquare. Also COS preprint servers such as SocArXiv and Psyarxiv.

    1. Banyak kelemahan yang ditemukan Dian ketika menelaah proposal penelitian yang masuk. Ide yang ditawarkan banyak yang kurang kreatif dan aktual. Ada juga yang hanya merupakan duplikasi atau daur ulang dari penelitian sebelumnya.

      Apakah hasil peninjauan ini terbuka untuk umum dan diberikan juga kepada peneliti? Maaf kalau saya keliru, saya setiap tahun mengirimkan proposal ke Kemristekdikti, tapi hasil peninjauan secara lengkap belum pernah saya terima.

    1. The Receptor-like Pseudokinase GHR1 Is Required for Stomatal Closure

      Please find a Peer Review Report here.

      The report shows the major requests for revision and author responses. Minor comments for revision and miscellaneous correspondence are not included. The original format may not be reflected in this compilation, but the reviewer comments and author responses are not edited, except to correct minor typographical or spelling errors that could be a source of ambiguity.

  8. Dec 2018
    1. How convolutional neural network see the world - A survey of convolutional neural network visualization methods

      果断收藏并且要细读下。。。Paper Summary 准备!

      这可是对 CNN 可视化方法的 review 啊!

      一篇很棒的综述,专门说 CNN 的可视化的!要好好读读了!

      Paper Summary 准备!

  9. Nov 2018
    1. Adversarial Attacks and Defences: A Survey


    2. The GAN Landscape: Losses, Architectures, Regularization, and Normalization

      看到 Goodfellow 亲自转推了此文~~

      很重要的 review,准备个 Paper Summary

    3. Generalization Error in Deep Learning

      一篇谈深度学习模型泛化能力的 review paper~ 不错。。。就是很理论。。很泛泛。。。

    4. Deep learning for time series classification: a review


      准备好好写一个 Paper Summary 为好~

    5. Deep Learning in Neural Networks: An Overview
      • 这是一篇很牛的 review。
      • 被引用数已经3000+。
      • 总共有88页,但正文仅35页。(88 pages, 888 references)
      • 详述了深度学习在神经网络历史与发展,很值得参考!
    6. Learning From Positive and Unlabeled Data: A Survey

      一篇关于无标签正样本学习(PU Learning)的综述。自己应该好好读读,在现实情况下,这种类别很多很重要。。。

    7. Deep Learning with the Random Neural Network and its Applications

      此文综述了最近 Random Neural Network (RNN) 模型的应用,文末的 summary 和 future work,可以看到 RNN 已经在很多方面有着不错的表现,但是还有更多的问题需要进一步探讨和研究。

    8. The Frontiers of Fairness in Machine Learning

      这个 review 在一定程度上指出了当前前沿 ML 研究的趋势和局限性,重要的是它为未来应当着力发展和探究的课题给出了几个方向。

    9. Applications of Deep Reinforcement Learning in Communications and Networking: A Survey


      review 一篇。。。。

    10. Generative adversarial networks and adversarial methods in biomedical image analysis

      这是一篇很有 review 气质的 paper,对GAN 和对抗方法等做了介绍(在生物医药领域中),也谈论了这些技术应用的优势和劣势。

      对我来说,这是一篇很适合快速入门GAN应用的 paper。

    11. Model Selection Techniques -- An Overview



    12. A Survey on Deep Transfer Learning


    13. Analyzing biological and artificial neural networks: challenges with opportunities for synergy?

      Deepmind 的这篇文有点水,只能归为 review 了。涉及了很多数据分析的方法和 DNN 的概念,当然也未跑题的谈论了生物/人工神经网络之间的爱恨纠葛。

      Synergy 这个词特别有趣,译为:协同增效作用。

    1. The better way I found to do review is to replace ALL review lecturing with problems that the students  solve in class that cover the material I want to review. 

      I can relate this to my earlier experiences. Active involvement and students' engagement is guaranteed if they are tasked with solving actual physics problems related to the materials being taught before.

  10. Oct 2018
    1. A Tale of Three Probabilistic Families: Discriminative, Descriptive and Generative Models



    2. A Survey on Deep Learning: Algorithms, Techniques, and Applications



    1. Writing the Review

      1) read the paper thoroughly 2) summarize your main points 3) relevant past work 4) significance of contribution and benefit 5) coverage of all the criteria 6) review "as is" 7) polite, temperate language

    1. a good meta-review also discusses what comments you weighted more heavily from the reviewers, and why, in reaching your evaluation of the paper.

      good meta-review -> weight more heavily from reviews, and why

    2. Writing a good meta-review is a lot like writing a good review, only it takes into account the points raised by all of the reviewers, rather than just reflecting your own opinion.

      good meta-review: -> consider all of the reviewers' opinions

    3. make great suggestions for how the authors could improve the articulation or organization of their work

      good review: 1) make great suggestions for how the authors could improve the articulation or organization of their work

    4. The Good Review will raise smart and tough questions which the authors can then address in their revisions, or it might raise fresh considerations or new aspects of a design space that the authors hadn't fully fleshed out.

      good review: 1) raise smart and tough questions which the authors can address in their revisions 2) raise fresh considerations or new aspects of a design space that the authors hadn't fully fleshed out

    5. how the author’s arguments, results, and demonstrations fit into closely related work as well as the field as a whole.

      argument + results + demonstration + related word + the field, all of them should tight together!

    6. raise whole new perspectives and angles of contribution that might be suggested by the work, or propose connections to areas of the literature that the author might not have thought of or even been aware of.

      good review: 1) raise whole new perspectives and angles of contributions 2) propose connections to literature that the author might not have been aware of

    7. The Good Review reflects on the contributions or possible contributions of the work, and discusses the weaknesses and limitations in a positive manner, but most particularly clearly calls out the strengths and utility of the work as well.

      Good Review 1) reflect on the contributions of the work 2) discuss the weaknesses and limitations in a positive manner 3) clearly call out the strengths and utility of the work

    1. The Eden Club - Exclusive Golf Club Membership | International Private Members Club

      The Eden Club is an international private members' club providing three very special dimensions: the most luxurious private members club in St Andrews, Scotland – the home of golf; an outstanding schedule of annual events and a unique Secretariat service.

    1. Recent reviews on DFT may be found in Jones and Gunnarsson (1989) and Dreizler andGross (1990)

      This is before the PAW method came along (Blochl '94), so probably nothing method-specific.

  11. Sep 2018
    1. Unlike simple k-mer searching, these methods were designed to predict individual RBP binding sites. They go beyond the motif content alone, for instance by taking into account site accessibility (Li et al. 2010; Zhang et al. 2013) or clustering (Akerman et al. 2009; Zhang et al. 2013).

      Suggests that RBPmap is a good choice, provided one uses the weighted rank score accounting for clustering and the conservation filter. mCarts by Zhang et al. applied to the ENCODE CLIP data would complement RBPmap, but what would be even better is if ENCODE had already applied it to their data and can provide the binding site predictions.

    2. Estimating the prevalence of functional exonic splice regulatory information
    1. The epub:type attribute [ContentDocs32] is REQUIRED

      Discerning the available values of epub:type is a tangle... The referenced epub:type related section in the ContentDocs32 document references the Vocabulary Association paragraph which in turn references the Vocabulary Association Mechanisms section within this current document. From that section the default vocabulary can/may be found, but there is no reference there (or in any of these other sections) to the available epub:type values nor to their "meaning"/value to the author or implementer.

      However, just below this in the example (and above in relation to pagebreak there is a link directly to the defining defaults in the EPUB-SSV.

      It would be helpful for authors and implementers to know first about the SSV list, and then about the ability to extend the vocabulary.

    2. The page-list nav element SHOULD contain only a single ol descendant (i.e., no nested sublists).

      If this SHOULD is not heeded...what happens? How is the page list calculated if there is a hierarchy present?

    3. The toc nav element

      This makes it sound like there is an HTML element with a tag name of <toc nav> rather than <nav epub:type="toc"> (which seems to be what's intended).

      The landmarks example farther down is clearer--though the wording there of "the landmark nav element" is equally confusing.

      There remains only a nav element, but of varying types.

    4. In the context of this specification, the default display style of list items within nav elements MUST be equivalent to the list-style: none property [CSSSnapshot].

      This line is confusing because the actor (author or reading system) is unclear. The following two lines are much clearer on what actor is being restricted by this specification.

      This line feels specific to the Reading System requirements. Consequently, perhaps it's best to integrate it into the sentence just following.

    5. it MUST resolve

      Link resolve to any defined algorithms for resolving resources within an EPUB.

    6. If an a or span element contains instances of HTML embedded content that do not provide intrinsic text alternatives, the element MUST also include a title attribute with an alternate text rendering of the link label.

      This requirement is clearer than the one just previous and also seems to obviate the earlier one.

      However, this one is confusing limiting the textual expression to just the title attribute, and also being vague of which element is associated to the MUST--is it this surrounding a or span? or the contained "embedded content" element?

    7. after concatenation of all child content and application of white space normalization rules.

      Implied requirement? When is this necessary and what does the concatenation and normalization?

    8. visual display of components

      Where is this "visual display" taking place? Is this when the document is viewed as a spine element? or is this when the content is extracted and presented by the Reading System?

    9. while a span element

      Rephrase "while a child span element" and perhaps move to it's own sentence parallel to the "A child a element"

    10. Each list item

      Reference the li element here for consistency.

    11. current reading position

      Link to this, if defined.

    12. when rendered in a non-browser context.

      Is "non-browser context" defined? or its inverse?

      It's not clear if "browser" here is equivalent to "Reading System" or to a Web browser or something else.

    13. If such formatting and functionality is used

      Used by? It's not clear who the actor is here, the author/developer of the EPUB or the Reading System.

    14. a custom control, such as the table of contents

      Is the "table of contents" a specific type of custom control? If so, a link would help here.

    15. which has no effect outside of spine rendering

      But it does have effect on "spine rendering"? Perhaps add a link for spine rendering.

    16. represents a data island

      Is "data island" a specific, defined thing from a previous EPUB spec or another adjacent spec?

    17. custom control

      Link to a definition of "custom control" if one exists.

    18. Unlike typical XML data islands

      Not sure what a "typical XML data island" is either...so some links or even rewording (or removing?) might help others unfamiliar with the phrase.

  12. Aug 2018
    1. efficiency has come to mean accomplishing a task with the least possible human intervention—a goal that often turns out to be self-defeating, particularly when efficiency becomes almost an end in itself. Recall Thomas Edison’s famous line that genius is one percent inspiration and 99 percent perspiration and contrast it with our contemporary enthusiasm for machine-like efficiency

      Interesting connection here between the efficiency mandate and the "talent means no effort required" attitude we see in many school settings.

  13. Jul 2018
  14. Jun 2018
    1. or at least they pretend

      I don't think we're pretending. I know I'm not!

    2. Senior colleagues indicate that I should not have to balance out publishing in “traditional, peer-reviewed publications” as well as open, online spaces.

      Do your colleagues who read your work, annotate it, and comment on it not count as peer-review?

      Am I wasting my time by annotating all of this? :) (I don't think so...)

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    1. May 31: Lecture 6 / Screencast Video Link

      Literature Review

    1. Share: Group. Only group members will be able to view this annotation. Only me. No one else will be able to view this annotation.

      I have reviewed many papers and I summarized those papers in my paper in the form of a table which is already an existing theory . So how can I defend that my paper is different from other papers?

  16. May 2018
    1. “OER are not typically counted toward research requirements, because they are seen as lacking the vetting process that comes with, for example, peer-reviewed articles.”
  17. Mar 2018
    1. In what appears to be a first, a U.S. court is forcing a journal publisher to breach its confidentiality policy and identify an article's anonymous peer reviewers.

      Wow. This could have a chilling effect on reviews for certain subjects.

    1.  By asking my students to craft and peer-review multiple-choice questions based on the concepts covered that week (and scaffolding this process over the semester)

      Este párrafo muestra el "ingrediente" de los 8 ingredientes de la pedagogia abierta de Peer review al hacer que los alumnos colaboren en el proceso de evaluación.

  18. Feb 2018
    1. hould be assessed in the global stocktaking process of the UNFCCC

      Something to ask for in our work? Something for the CSO equity review report?

    1. Behind all the things on the panel is a pinkish/peach  layer.

      I would avoid using the words "things."

    2. Lettering It spells out the word Mitchell David Mucha M.D., in white with a pinkish/peach boarder. The stitching on the words is very rough. The letters are very huge and take up a majority of the space on the panel.

      I would maybe try to add transition sentences to more smoothly transition between ideas.

    3. idea of the Stethoscope was from René Théophile Hyacinthe Laënnec

      Good job including links and images on the page to give the reader a fuller experience.

    4. This long part of it is the same color as the bag except it has more of  rough touch to it.

      There is a couple grammar errors. Here there should be an "a" before "rough." "...more of a rough touch to it."

    5. About The Panel

      Before describing the panel, I would give the audience some background information on The Quilt, such as the founding or what each panel means.

    6. The orginal Doctor’s Bag was the Gladstone which was made in the mid nineteen century by J.G. Beard. It was used for house visits to patients house. The contents inside of the bag is medical tools like stethoscope, clinical thermometer and tongue depressor some form of illumination, such as a torch, plessor, ophthalmoscope and auriscope; a test tube or two; and bottles of Benedict’s reagent and acetic acid to complete the kit (RACGP).

      Good job giving some background information the Doctor's Bag.

    7. The items that I will be describing from the panel is a doctor bag, stethoscope, the colors, and finally the lettering. I will be describing them in the same order I have mentioned them.

      I would avoid writing in the third person. (Not using "I")