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  • Spoken Language Processing Group
    Theses Speech Lab Events Links Resources Photos Internal NLP Group Events Conferences and Workshops ISCA sponsored conferences ISCA sponsored workshops ACM conferences Computational Linguistics Conferences Talks NLP group meetings University Seminar on Language and Cognition Links CS 4705 Introduction to Natural Language Processing Fall 2010 CS 4706 Spoken Language Processing Spring 2011 Natural Language Processing Group Interesting Language Factoids and Non Experts Use AI to Help GIs Learn Arabic 06

    Original URL path: http://www.cs.columbia.edu/speech/events_links.cgi (2016-02-17)
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  • Spoken Language Processing Group
    Events Links Resources Photos Internal NLP Group Resources Statistics R Tutorial Good introduction to basics An Introduction to R More detailed Statistical Computing with R A Tutorial An R Introduction to Statistics Pretty basic A Quick Painless Tutorial and Reference on the R Statistical Package R Tutorial An R Tutorial Basic but good exercises a lot of built in functions Quick R Home Page Good for reference Praat Praat Tutorial

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  • Spoken Language Processing Group
    University Home People Projects Software Papers Presentations Ph D Theses Speech Lab Events Links Resources Photos Internal NLP Group Photo Archive Click on photos to enlarge at x cs columbia

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  • Owen Rambow's Homepage
    Owen Rambow s Homepage Under Development Home Contact Research Interests Projects Student Projects Teaching Software Downloads Publications Publications from Google Scholar Links Website is being continually improved

    Original URL path: http://www.cs.columbia.edu/~rambow/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Prof. Angelos Keromytis' Home Page
    SaTC program which is the primary NSF source of funding for academic research in cybersecurity across the nation With colleagues from the SBE and ENG Directorates I helped create the Resilient Interdependent Infrastructure Processes and Systems RIPS program which seeks to enhance the understanding and design of interdependent critical infrastructure systems ICIs and processes that provide essential goods and services despite disruptions and failures from any cause natural technological or malicious I also led the creation of the NSF Intel Partnership on Cyber Physical Systems Security and Privacy CPS Security program which seeks to foster a research community committed to advancing research and education at the confluence of cybersecurity privacy and cyber physical systems and to transitioning its findings into engineering practice I was also involved in the Secure Trustworthy Assured and Resilient Semiconductors and Systems SaTC STARSS track which represented a joint partnership between NSF and the Semiconductor Research Corporation SRC that supports research on new strategies for architecture specification and verification especially at the stages of design in which formal methods are currently weak or absent with the aim of decreasing the likelihood of unintended behavior or access increasing resistance and resilience to tampering and improving the ability to provide authentication throughout the supply chain and in the field During my time at Columbia I conceived and worked on a number of projects Some of these include GRIDLOCK which proposed the notion of Virtual Private Services as an abstraction for managing the access control policies for distributed composable networked resources SOS and its web oriented variant WebSOS an overlay based system for mitigating network denial of service attacks Autonomic Software Patching a system for automatically generating software patches based on observed attacks Instruction Set Randomization a general mechanism for denying execution of unauthorized e g injected code in a program or system our CCS 2003 paper was awarded the Test of Time Award in 2013 ASSURE a system that introduces rescue points to recover software from unknown faults while maintaining both system integrity and availability by mimicking system behavior under known error conditions Elastic Block Ciphers a black box block cipher design methodology that offers increased use flexibility while providing the same security guarantees as the underlying cipher BARTER a behavior based network access control system FlowOS a new operating system architecture that removes the memory and CPU from the data path enabling the OS kernel to perform data flow management while applications operate purely at the signaling level and D NAD and P2P IDS which represent different explorations of the space of distributed anomaly and intrusion detection During my 2009 sabbatical leave I educated myself on Voice over IP security eventually producing a comprehensive survey and helped analyze rogue anti virus software campaigns In the distant past I worked on Active Networks the predecessor to what is now called Software Defined Networks SDN Active Networks explored the idea of allowing routing elements to be extensively programmed by the packets passing through them thus enabling optimizations and extensions

    Original URL path: http://www.cs.columbia.edu/~angelos/ (2016-02-17)
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  • ewuuu
    Crowd sourcing A look at optimizing human computation through a database lens Qurk is a database prototype that enables users to write queries that compute results from both machines and humans With adam marcus WebTables A look into the properties of structured data at the internet scale With michael cafarella yang zhang nodira k daisy wang and alon halevy SASE System for declaratively filtering and correlating streams of events from sensor and rfid devices Extends YFilter s core query processing engine With yanlei diao and daniel gyllstrom HiFi Berkeley A Cascading Stream Architecture for Large Scale Receptor Based Networks With the berkeley db group and notably shawn jeffrey and shariq rizvi Waapsi An experimental course scheduling system Tries to make the user experience not suck by using JS This was around the time google calendar came out With sukhchander khanna Relational Grammar of Graphics Exploration of translation from grammar of graphics to a relational query plan with simple provenance support integrated out of the box source on github Educational Big data course MIT I co developed the big data course at MIT The class surveys techniques and systems for ingesting efficiently processing analyzing and visualizing large data sets Topics will include data cleaning data integration scalable systems relational databases NoSQL Hadoop etc analytics data cubes scalable statistics and machine learning and scalable visualization of large data sets The goal is for students to gain working experience of the topics and systems that are covered introduction to Data Literacy http dataiap github com I co taught a heavily lab based IAP class called Introduction to Data Literacy that introduces students to many basic data cleaning analysis and visualization techniques The course was added to OCW With my buddy adam marcus MEET Middle Eastern Education through Technology MEET strives to bridge the

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  • ewuuu
    strengths and weaknesses For example I did not have good writing technique when applying to graduate school and acknowledged it clearly in my application Finally I will strive to work and generate ideas with you as a colleague So describe some cool research problems that you would find awesome to work on The Columbia Admissions Process Computer Science at Columbia uses a centralized admissions process Prospective Ph D students apply to the computer science department at large and faculty members review the applications and nomiate applicants for admission For this reason it is helpful to let me know you have applied if you are interested in working with me All applications should be submitted through the electronic system by December 15 for the Fall semester and October 1 for the Spring semester Letters The best way to convince me you can do good research is to have someone vouch for the good research you ve done in the past For this reason the most effective letters are those from research supervisors that concretely describe your contributions to a specific project However not every applicant has had the opportunity to perform research In this case letters that can describe your technical contributions and the way you approach problems are most useful I will actively avoid reading letters that solely describe your performance in a course Thus my general order of preference of letter writers are Research supervisor Technical supervisor e g your boss at a technical internship job Project partners e g a maintaner of an open source project Non technical supervisor Course instructor Software Abilities Software development will be a large component of any systems computer science degree It is important to demonstrate that you will be able to develop the systems necessary to conduct research experiments I am looking

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  • ewuuu
    to design a bunch Other Some other shirts I ve designed for Google events research groups or self interest Posters Misc Layer Ping Pong CaretDashCaret and I played a sketch based version of Layertennis where the two of us volley art back and forth The esteemed Mere cua provided real time commentary Check out the results here Classic Rap Albums One month I decided to draw some class rap albums

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