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These are just some suggestions. In all, I thought it was really well written and a great introduction to the subject. There were just some minor grammatical mistakes. I'll continue to make updates if I think of anything. Feel free to let me know what you think if you want.

First, the evaluation:

On a scale of 1 to 5, where 1 means "strongly disagree" and 5 means "strongly agree" please rate and comment on the following:

  • The topic is relevant for the course. 5
  • The writing is clear and the English is good. 3
  • The page is written at an appropriate level for CPSC 522 students (where the students have diverse backgrounds). 5
  • The formalism (definitions, mathematics) was well chosen to make the page easier to understand. 5
  • The abstract is a concise and clear summary. 5
  • There were appropriate (original) examples that helped make the topic clear. 5
  • There was appropriate use of (pseudo-) code. 5
  • It had a good coverage of representations, semantics, inference and learning (as appropriate for the topic). 5
  • It is correct. 5
  • It was neither too short nor too long for the topic. 5
  • It was an appropriate unit for a page (it shouldn't be split into different topics or merged with another page). 5
  • It links to appropriate other pages in the wiki. 5
  • The references and links to external pages are well chosen. 5
  • I would recommend this page to someone who wanted to find out about the topic. 4
  • This page should be highlighted as an exemplary page for others to emulate. 4

If I was grading it out of 20, I would give it: 18

Detailed comments regarding each section:

Abstract: In the first sentence, the "there" should be "their".

Motivation: In the second paragraph, the "Situation" should be "Situations". The word "opportunity" should also be in its plural form to remain consistent with "tasks".

In the last sentence of the third paragraph, perhaps change "will Bob be unwell on this day or not" to "whether or not Bob will be unwell".

In the last paragraph, the first sentence is posing a question which should end in a question mark.

Decision Tree Building Blocks: In the first sentence, "there" should be "their". In the second sentence, it should read "one of three". Should the End Nodes be represented by triangles?

Examples: These are some good examples. They really helped facilitate the reader's understanding.

04:28, 7 February 2018

Thanks CarlKwan for the detailed feedback, i have corrected all my grammatical mistakes that you pointed. And yes, the end nodes should be represented by triangle.

Thanks Ekta Aggarwal

06:58, 7 February 2018