Elements of Machine Learning Aleksandar Bojchevski and Jilles Vreeken

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18.01.2023

Grades (2)

Dear students,

The grades for the third assignment sheet are now (finally) available via CMS. We expect the grades for the fourth assignment sheet to be done by next week Wednesday.

Best regards,
Jilles Vreeken and Aleksandar Bojchevski

12.01.2023

Course Evaluation

Dear Students,

On the following links you can find the surveys to evaluate the:

  • lecture: https://qualis.uni-saarland.de/eva/?l=139871&p=OB29EG
  • tutorial: https://qualis.uni-saarland.de/eva/?l=1398711&p=YQ55WM

We would highly appreciate your feedback... Read more

Dear Students,

On the following links you can find the surveys to evaluate the:

  • lecture: https://qualis.uni-saarland.de/eva/?l=139871&p=OB29EG
  • tutorial: https://qualis.uni-saarland.de/eva/?l=1398711&p=YQ55WM

We would highly appreciate your feedback and we really mean it. We take this evaluation extremely seriously! Based on feedback from previous years the lecture has meaningfully improved - please considering paying the gift of feedback forward to your fellow students taking the course next year.

The survey is already open for participation. We will also allocate some time during today's lecture to complete it.

Looking forward to your feedback,
Aleksandar Bojchevski and Jilles Vreeken

12.01.2023

Previous (Mock) Exams

Dear Students,

On the materials page we have uploaded both exams from the last two years (EML 20 and EML 21), giving you 4 exams in total.

IMPORTANT: These exams were open book. This means that students were allowed to consult their notes, books, and other... Read more

Dear Students,

On the materials page we have uploaded both exams from the last two years (EML 20 and EML 21), giving you 4 exams in total.

IMPORTANT: These exams were open book. This means that students were allowed to consult their notes, books, and other resource materials during the exam. For this reason the questions in an open book exam are different from a traditional exam where no additional materials are allowed. For example, you won't see questions about definitions in an open book exam.

We have not yet decided whether this year's exam will be open book or not. In any case, practicing with the previous exams is very good idea. If you are able to solve these exercises you should also be able to solve a closed book exam.

Currently, the solutions for only 1 out of 4 exams is provided since the rest of the solutions need to be polished. We will upload them soon. We highly recommend that you try to solve the exam yourself without consulting the solutions at first. Think of this as a unique opportunity to simulate an exam.

Finally, we will try to arrange an opportunity for you to ask questions about these exams in a future tutorial session. More details will follow.

Good luck,
Aleksandar Bojchevski and Jilles Vreeken

13.12.2022

Mailing List

Dear Students,

I would like to the following mailing list to your attention: teaching-announce@lists.cispa.saarland.

The main purpose of the list is to send important information to students, such as (but not limited to):

Dear Students,

I would like to the following mailing list to your attention: teaching-announce@lists.cispa.saarland.

The main purpose of the list is to send important information to students, such as (but not limited to):

  • Open Hiwi positions
  • Topics for BSc/MSc theses
  • Talk announcements
  • Student-related activities
  • ...

If you are interested you can subscribe via https://lists.cispa.saarland/listinfo/teaching-announce.

Best,
Aleksandar



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