On 18 Nov 2021, I gave a lecture on the topic of Memory Network for students taking undergraduate students taking CMPT413 and graduate students taking CMPT713
Link to lecture recording (Password: cmpt413 ): https://sfu.zoom.us/rec/share/pUyFvrrLX3smlzc1wOfxpOa4RVFm77JVV3GIA-w5NvXDcOObS1iJ6A1SkQ33wNsN.z7Zt7cQjCbVpmjgv?startTime=1637281477000
Link to slides: https://jetic.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/03-2021-1001_Memory_Network.pdf
2020 is really an odd year, I’ve watched a lot of people going through it with significant losses, luckily I am doing OK. My only down is that I didn’t get to go back home to visit my family as I usually do, and that’s it. I am not as productive research-wise, my brain shuts down itself when I am not physically in the Lab, being stuck at home really bothers me, but hey, it will pass.
Continue reading 2020
My my is that the time now? Well, might as well write something, so here it is.
Looking back at what I’ve wrote at the beginning of 2019, things are pretty much still applicable for a life time. Continue reading 2019
Fall 2019 (S3), Simon Fraser University
On 7 Nov. 2019 and 12 Nov. 2019, I gave two lectures to undergrad/grad students regarding the topic of Neural Machine Translation. The materials cover the famous sequence-to-sequence model and attention mechanism proposed by Bahdanau et al. and Luong et al., as well as some useful techniques for improving the performance.
Continue reading CMPT 413/825: Neural Machine Translation
It is never easy to conclude all the fortunate and unfortunately idiotic things that one has done in a year. Yet, one has to do something about it, so here it is. Continue reading 2018
The girl sitting in front of me is wearing an orange long shirt and a navy blue dress. The buttons on her shirt are not buckled, letting the black low cut T-shirt underneath exposed, but yet still preserve her very mysterious touch of elegance.
It is in the middle of spring, late April. The weather is not hot enough to a degree that is totally unbearable, but it is significantly warmer than march. Flowers are blooming with liveliness, birds are staring to get out of their nests to the just-woken-up sunshine. Continue reading The Girl in Orange
Prelude No.4 in E Minor
This journey despite great expectation at the beginning, did not start with pleasure. It was the summer of 2015, where I landed in Shanghai’s airport. As its transportation terminal, Pudong airport had and will continue to be a place of termination, where one story drowses and another one rises from horizon. The voice of fair-well was not rare here. Continue reading Deutschland