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  • Aug, 2018
  • Aug 21, 2018Identifying Software Patents
  • In 2015, I wrote my Bachelor's thesis on identifying software patents. This is useful and necessary in two ways. First, there is no official system to sort patents this way. The main system used by the USPTO focuses on the technological and functional form. A subclass dealing with dispensing solids contains manure spreaders and toothpaste tubes. In contrast, researchers are more interested in topics like automation or software. Second, I learned Python and made my first steps into the world of machine learning.

    You can find the whole project on Github as well as the paper. There is also a script to download different kinds of data sets. The raw data uses approximately 90GB of disk space whereas the data for replicating the previous results based on a simple algorithm is currently less than 1GB.

    Now, let us see what has been done so far.

  • Oct, 2017
  • Oct 22, 2017The Tragedy of Titanic
  • Binder

    Analysis of survival rates on the Titanic with a placebo test for whether traveling in couples increased the likelihood of survival. An interactive version of the notebook is available by clicking on the binder badge above.