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Technical Writing

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Shakir Mohamed.

Will my paper be understood? Is my writing too wordy? When should I use the passive voice? The goal of this RCC is to provide an interactive forum to discuss the craft of technical writing. The talk will begin with a quick presentation on the basics of structuring a conference paper. Next, we’ll dive into a series of examples to shed light on the qualities of a lucid sentence. The last part of the RCC will be devoted to critiquing actual papers that participants are writing.

Important Note: A key aspect of this RCC will be critiquing each others’ work. To get the most out of this RCC , please bring some writing in progress!

This talk is part of the Machine Learning Reading Group @ CUED series.

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