- David Tax
Article reading for the course Pattern Recognition.
You should hand in 5 questions about the paper. These should not be questions of the type What does X mean? or How does Y work? Rather, they should show that you tried to understand the paper. That you found inconsistencies, possible improvements, interesting conclusions that you can draw from their experiments.
(a) You can ask for more variants, only when you have argumentation why this should be considered
(b) Avoid making very general questions
(c) Avoid making exam questions
(d) Unclear questions, or questions that are no questions but remarks
(e) Do not ask questions that are answered in the paper
(f) Do not ask questions for which you can easily find an answer
(g) Question the paper, not other papers, other issues, or yourself