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Hi, I’m looking for a partner too. My ideal partner would be considerate, spontaneous and enjoys long strolls on the beach, but I’m willing to settle for someone who knows python.
Mail me at Lee.peleg @ weizmann

IRRELEVANT I'm experienced in python and I have a tiny bit of experience in pytorch deep learning programming.
ofer.israelov (at) weizmann (dot) ac (dot) il

hi,

looking for a partner,
have experience with python.

roee.zamir at weizmann

looking for a partner by Roee ZamirRoee Zamir, 27 Nov 2018 07:59

Assignment 2 was posted on the course site. It is due in Dec 10, 2018.
This assignments should be submitted in pairs. One party in each pair should create a team (here), and the second party should join that team (here. same link as before). Please make sure to join the right team, as it may take a while to fix such mistakes.

Questions about the exercise should be asked in the HW2 Forum.
If you have problems setting-up your environment, use the Troubleshooting Forum.

Best,
The Course Staff.

Re: Python 2 or 3
benfeibenfei 19 Nov 2018 10:16
in discussion Discussions / HW0 » Python 2 or 3

Python 3.

However, the provided setup scripts (see Getting Started) are independent of your currently installed python version. It creates a new conda environment (called wis19) with python 3.6.

Best,
Ben.

Re: Python 2 or 3 by benfeibenfei, 19 Nov 2018 10:16

The annual computer vision day will take place this coming Sunday (Nov 25, 2018) at Tel-Aviv University.
The vision day is free, but you have to register, and currently there is a waiting list.

If you want to attend it please (1) register to the waiting list as student at Weizmann (if you haven't already), and (2) send li.ca.nnamziew|namhctirk.arihs#arihS your name.
Please do so today. We hope we’ll be able to get you a seat.

And just a reminder, the next class is on Dec 9, 2018.

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The Course Staff.

Python 2 or 3
Shiri RonShiri Ron 18 Nov 2018 14:29
in discussion Discussions / HW0 » Python 2 or 3

During the course, will we use python 2 or 3?

Thanks!

Python 2 or 3 by Shiri RonShiri Ron, 18 Nov 2018 14:29

Lectures 3-6's slides were published on the Schedule and Syllabus page.

Note: There is no class next week (Nov 25, 2018; The Vision Day), nor the week after (Dec 2, 2018; Hanukkah). The next class is on Dec 9, 2018.

Best,
The Course Staff.

Lectures 3-6: Geometry by benfeibenfei, 18 Nov 2018 13:26

Lecture 2's slides were uploaded to the site. They can be found under Schedule and Syllabus.

Best,
The Course Staff.

The assignment is due in Nov 25, 2018.

It should be submitted via this link.

Best,
The Course Staff

Before you start the exercise, please visit the Getting Started page and follow the instructions there.

After your environment is set, you can start the exercise. The exercise is due in Dec 16, 2018.

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The Course Staff.

Before you open a thread, make sure you read the Getting Started instructions.

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The Course Staff.

Getting Started by benfeibenfei, 11 Nov 2018 14:37

Assignment 1 was published. It is due in Nov 25, 2018.

Questions about the exercise should be asked in the HW1 Forum.

The assignment should be submitted via this link.

Best,
Ben.

Assignment 0 was published. It is due in Dec 16, 2018.

Questions about the exercise should be asked in the HW0 Forum.
If you have problems setting-up your environment, use the Troubleshooting Forum.

Best,
The Course Staff.

Lecture 1's slides were uploaded to the site. They can be found under Schedule and Syllabus.

Best,
The Course Staff.

Hi everyone,

Welcome to the course!

Some technicalities:

  1. We recommend to create an account (see the top bar in the site), so you'll get enrolled to the mailing list.
  2. There are forums for general questions, and also per-exercise forums. You're welcome to ask your questions there.
  3. This course includes programming exercises in Python. We recommend you to install Anaconda3, and you may follow these instructions (under "working locally"). If you're unfamiliar with python, you can start here.

Good luck!
The course staff.

Welcome to the course by benfeibenfei, 04 Nov 2018 21:54
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