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### MyersKemmerlingFong-PredictingCandidateResponsesInPresidentialDebates

Course: CS 229, Fall 2009
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Candidate Predicting Responses in Presidential Debates Seth Myers Institute for Computational and Mathematical Engineering Stanford University Stephen Kemmerling Institute for Computational and Mathematical Engineering Stanford University David Chin-lung Fong Institute for Computational and Mathematical Engineering Stanford University Abstract In this paper we tried to predict what a candidate in a political...

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