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"It shows great folly to suppose that one can transmit or acquire clear and certain knowledge of an art through the medium of writing."
COSC 100: See this page for lecture slides
COSC 220: See here for program test data.
COSC 460: See here for training data from Monday's class. Testing data is available here:
My CV : ... is available in PDF or LaTeX.
My books :
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My winning entry in the 2010 Digital Humanities Developers Challenge :
My Authorship Attribution Program (JGAAP) : The current state of my NSF-funded research into comparative methods of authorship attribution.
My competition : A competition I organized in 2004 for comparative authorship attribution, including test data and results.
My office hours : Please click here for Fall 09 office hours.
My courses : Please click here for Fall 09 classes.
My grants : I currently have three federally funded grants in corpus linguistics and humanities computing.
(some of) My research : ... is available on the Web. For the rest, simply mail me.
My Home Page / Patrick Juola / email@example.com / revised 13.January.14