The 12th ACME Research Seminar on bootstrapping and power calculations
The members of the 'Attention, Computational Models and Eye Movements' (ACME) Research and Study Group conducted the 12th Research Seminar dedicated to bootstrapping, power calculations, and the pandemonium theory.
Elizaveta Ivtushok made a report Improving your data with power testing and bootstrapping and the head of the ACME Group Dr. Joe MacInnes (Associate Professor, School of Psychology) discussed the pandemonium theory and its connection to deep learning algorithms.
The presentation is available here: Ivtushok
The event took place November 17, 2017, at 4/2 Armyanskyj per., room 414.