In Fall 2015, the Cheriton School of Computer Science will be offering an Argumentation Mining and Natural Language Processing CS 499R reading course.
This course would be of interest to fourth-year students who are considering graduate studies at Waterloo next year or who might be interested in NLP, particularly in combining knowledge-based NLP with Machine Learning. No experience in Argumentation Mining or Natural Language Processing is necessary.
Faculty and graduate students will be participating in the course as a reading seminar and will be available to mentor students in preparing and presenting the readings.
- Students should have taken CS486, or be taking it concurrently, so they have some knowledge of various forms of Artificial Intelligence.
- An A-minus or better overall average is preferred.
For the course outline, visit https://cs.uwaterloo.ca/~cdimarco/cs499f15-argmining-seminar.html.
For more information, contact Chrysanne Di Marco during office hours on Friday (Sept 11) from 10:30-3:00 (DC 1308) or send cdimarco@uwaterloo to arrange an appointment.