I’m still working on writing a sample PDDL domain in the CRISP style. I’ve made progress in better understanding CRISP’s method and their XML format. I even wrote a quick little parser to turn their XML LTAGs into latex qtree format, to view it as a syntax tree in pdf. (Roundabout yes, but I already knew qtree formatting.) I wrote this post on my project. I’ve also fiddled a bit trying to get a plan recognizer up and running (no luck yet). I was sick Tuesday, so it’s been another short week. I got a huge monitor, though, so that’s been nice.
Writing sample language PDDL: Last week I made no promises here, and that was wise. I made progress, but met no distinct goal. I’m proud of my dinky little XML -> latex -> pdf code, though.
Write project page: Posted. I want it better, so I’m going to revise it sometime, but it’s done for now.
Grad School List: Slowly adding details here and there. Lots of tabs. I also started an employment spreadsheet, for similar reasons.
UROP Application: I still haven’t done anything on this. I should. I did apply to TA next semester, at least.
Broader AI Studies: On Tuesday the only research-related work I did was watch University of Edinburgh lectures, so that’s something.
- Language PDDL: Continue, focusing on obtaining more LTAGs without hand-copying
- Hopefully CRISP or SPUD or someone somewhere has code for XTAG to XML translation.
- Get a plan recognizer working, and try to get it working on recognizing complete plans from CRISP language plans.
- Make real progress on UROP funding application
- Grad School List: Keep on adding details, look into professors at my top schools
- Broader AI Studies: I’ll leave it up to my whims, but I’m betting I’ll whittle through more of this comprehensive report on AI and discrimination.
I’ve done enough writing for one week, so I’ll break format here and not write in-depth on a topic.
Besides all this, Matt and I decided long ago that the second Saturday in June would henceforth be “Grand Breakfast Day”, because the summer is holiday deficient. I’m looking forward to tomorrow.