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Introduction to Natural Language Processing (CMPSCI 585) Prof. Andrew McCallum ([email protected]) First-Day Questionnaire - September 4, 2007 Name: Email (important!): Student ID#: Grad/UGrad, Department/Major, year, etc.: Are you in this class for credit, for audit, for shopping around, or in secret? Favorite author(s): Hobbies: What do you look like, roughly? (if I don't already know your name) (pix ok) Why are you in this class? (And what do you most want out of it?) (Prepare to discuss in small groups in class.) (CONTINUED ON REVERSE)
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Unformatted text preview: Do you have your own computer? What kind (Windows, Mac, Linux, RadioShack TRS80)? Is it a laptop? Could you bring it with you to class? Have you ever programmed before? In what computer languages? Tell me about your level of experience. Probability & statistics background: List or illustrate any concepts you know; list any courses you've taken Linguistics background: List or illustrate any concepts you know; list any courses you've taken Other comments about yourself, or suggestions for me:...
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