Machine Learning

Class Presentation Information and Schedule

Proposal due November 17, 2008

On or before the above due date you should email me (holder@eecs.wsu.edu) an electronic copy or URL of the paper for your class presentation. Also, include date preferences for your presentation (see below for possible presentation dates). The paper should be from a recent (no more than 3 years old) conference related to machine learning, such as

Paper selections must be approved by the instructor.

Tips for Good Presentations

Presentation Grading

Your presentation will be graded on the following aspects:
Presentation Date: December 3, 2008

Number Presenter Paper
1 Kylan Robinson L. Cheng and S. Vishwanathan, "Learning to Compress Images and Videos," International Conference on Machine Learning, 2007.
2 Damian Johnson M. Sharma, M. Holmes, J. Santamaria, A. Irani, C. Isbell and A. Ram, "Transfer Learning in Real-Time Strategy Games Using Hybrid CBR/RL," International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 2007.


Presentation Date: December 5, 2008

Number Presenter Paper
1 Chao Chen B. Tang and D. Mazzoni, "Multiclass Reduced-Set Support Vector Machines," International Conference on Machine Learning, 2006.
2 Ruoyu Zou H. He and A. Singh, "Efficient Algorithms for Mining Significant Substructures in Graphs with Quality Guarantees," IEEE International Conference on Data Mining, 2007.


Presentation Date: December 8, 2008

Number Presenter Paper
1 Rasika Chakravarthy A. Salleb-Aouissi, C. Vrain and C. Nortet, "QuantMiner: A Genetic Algorithm for Mining Quantitative Association Rules," International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 2007.
2 Jonathan Cree D. Quercia, S. Hailes and L. Capra, "Lightweight Distributed Trust Propagation," IEEE International Conference on Data Mining, 2007.


Presentation Date: December 10, 2008

Number Presenter Paper
1 Nick Terry B. Bouzy and G. Chaslot, "Monte-Carlo Go Reinforcement Learning Experiments," IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence and Games, 2006.
2 Okjoon Kim A. Gupta and T. Oates, "Using Ontologies and the Web to Learn Lexical Semantics," International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 2007.