Web Based Information Architectures
A Graduate Course for Computer Science Major, Fall 2011, Peking University
Instructor: Lecturer: Peng Bo, pb (AT) pku.edu.cn
Time & Location
|ShenZhen Graduate School|
- 12/28/2011 Courseware uploaded under the path of
/~wbia/2011F/slides, you may need them.
- 12/23/2011 Merry Christmas~, Project2
Qualifying Quiz Data is now online,
with submission deadline of 15th, January.
- 12/15/2011 Project2 online register and submit
page ready, please try it here!
- 12/05/2011 Dataset for programming homework has
been released. Please download and try the dataset from
relay station of QQ mail(wbia2011 as account and teacher's
email address as password). Test data will be released
around Christmas Day, keep tuned~
- 10/24/2011 Welcome to WBIA2011 Fall~, We will
host our course on
Teaching and Learning@PKU this semester. Please register
yourself on it and login to the course(WBIA
In Action) .
- W.Bruce Croft, Donald Metzler, Trevor Strohman. 2009. Search Engines: Information Retrieval in Practice, Pearson Education [SE][Buy]
- Christopher D. Manning, Prabhakar Raghavan and Hinrich, 2008.Introduction to Information Retrieval, Cambridge University Press.[IIR]
- Pierre Baldi, Paolo Frasconi and Padhraic Smyth. 2003. Modeling the Internet
and the Web:Probabilistic Methods and Algorithms. Wiley.[MIW]
|Homework Exercises|| 20%|
|Course Project|| 40%|
|Final Exam|| 40%|
Collaboration is encouraged within all
parts of this course. BUT, you are also expected to maintain
the utmost level of academic integrity in it.
For programming projects, you should work and submit the
report in groups. And do not forget to explain your
contributions clearly in the report. You are allowed to
collaborate on the homework to the extent of formulating
ideas as a group. However, you must write up the solutions
to each problem set completely on your own, and understand
what you are writing. You must also list the names of
everyone that you discussed the problem set with.
Finally, plagiarism deserves special mention here. Including
text from other sources in written assignments without
quoting it and providing a proper citation constitutes
plagiarism, and it is a serious form of academic misconduct.
This includes cases in which no full sentence has been
copied from the original source, but large amounts of text
have been closely paraphrased without proper attribution.
This is a very serious issue; instances of plagiarism will
very likely result in failing the course.
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