Phil 12.11.18

7:00 – 4:30 ASRC PhD/NASA


Somehow, this needs to get into a discussion of the trustworthiness of maps

  • I realized that we can hand-code these initial dungeons, learn a lot and make this a baseline part of the study. This means that we can compare human and machine data extraction for map making. My initial thoughts as to the sequence are:
    • Step 1: Finish running the initial dungeon
    • Step 2: researchers determine a set of common questions that would be appropriate for each room. Something like:
      • Who is the character?
      • Where is the character?
      • What is the character doing?
      • Why is the character doing this?
    • Each answer should also include a section of the text that the reader thinks answers that question. Once this has been worked out on paper, a simple survey website (simpler) can be built that automates this process and supports data collection at moderate scales.
    • Use answers to populate a “Trajectories” sheet in an xml file and build a map!
    • Step 3: Partially automate the extraction to give users a generated survey that lets them select the most likely answer/text for the who/where/what/why questions. Generate more maps!
    • Step 4: Full automation
  • Added these thoughts to the analysis section of the google doc
  • The 11th International Natural Language Generation Conference
    • The INLG conference is the main international forum for the presentation and discussion of all aspects of Natural Language Generation (NLG), including data-to-text, concept-to-text, text-to-text and vision to-text approaches. Special topics of interest for the 2018 edition included:
      • Generating Text with Affect, Style and Personality,
      • Conversational Interfaces, Chatbots and NLG, and
      • Data-driven NLG (including the E2E Generation Challenge)
  • Back to grokking DNNs
    • Still building a SimpleLayer class that will take a set of neurons and create a weight array that will point to the next layer
    • array formatting issues. Tricky
    • I think I’m done enough to start debugging. Tomorrow
  • Sprint review

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