About Peter Hayward

PhD student in Computational Linguistics specializing in semantic parsing. Research interests include artificial intelligence, formal logic and probability theory. See Peter's full profile
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A not so short description of a simple digital library

In my previous post I outlined some problems that are encountered when performing experiments. I then introduced an experimental design methodology to follow that attempts to minimise these problems. The focus was on the following reasons why one would perform thorough documentation in the requirements analysis phase: it uncovers requirements that have been misinterpreted or [...]

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Some thoughts on why experimental design methodology matters.

Young, or inexperienced, scientists and engineers often struggle with designing experiments and the accompanying data management. This leads to time unnecessarily spent on redoing experiments due to some oversight. The problem is compounded when thorough design is thrown out the window altogether. Tears soon follow. Yet, designing experiments and managing the resulting data can be [...]

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