CS 7794, the NLP seminar, is a weekly meeting for people currently or soon to be actively doing research in NLP. (Students simply looking to learn more about NLP should not enroll, but should take one of our lecture courses instead.) Typically, one participant leads discussion each week, either of a recently published paper or of their own work in progress. Attendance at all sessions is mandatory[*]. Auditing is unlikely to be permitted.
The person presenting on a given Friday should send their presentation information to the cs-nlp-seminar-l email list (append @cornell.edu) by noon on the preceding Tuesday.
For work in progress, send some sort of abstract, which can be as brief as a single line.
[*] If you must miss a meeting, mail both the presenter for that week (as a courtesy) and Yoav Artzi, Claire Cardie, Lillian Lee (so we know).
See also the Cornell NLP page and the Cornell machine learning page.
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