Re: EAGLESEVAL: Questions from Joseph Mariani
However, even in *basic research*, you need to demonstrate the value
of your solutions. You might not participate in end user evaluation, but
you have to show some kind of evidence that you are making a
I feel that there are too many papers with unsupported claims. This is
Maghi King wrote:
> Hello Hamish!
> A very good point.
> But I suppose what they mean is that if you're working in this
> comparative evaluation paradigm, you tend to concentrate on jazzing up
> your system so that it will do better at the next evaluation, rather
> than tackling some basic research problem carrying with it the risk of
> failure and therefore of not showing any progress at all at the next
> All best to all,
> H.Cunningham@dcs.shef.ac.uk wrote:
> > hi maghi, nancy et al
> > > - Some people say "It kills science."
> > how can we have science without measurement?
> > regards
> > Hamish Cunningham
> > Research Fellow in Computer Science, University of Sheffield
> > http://www.dcs.shef.ac.uk/~hamish/
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