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During lectures on networks and hierarchies, we discussed how a network representing the outcomes of discrete choices—Which wine is preferred? Swipe right or swipe left? Which team won the match?—can be used to find a ranking. In this workshop, we'll apply these methods by tasting, comparing, and ranking dozes of different salsas to find the most delicious. We'll also discuss topics like tournament design, adaptive tournaments, and the difference between a marketing study of salsa quality and a bracket-based tournament like the World Cup.  
During lectures on networks and hierarchies, we discussed how a network representing the outcomes of discrete choices—Which wine is preferred? Swipe right or swipe left? Which team won the match?—can be used to find a ranking. In this workshop, we'll apply these methods by tasting, comparing, and ranking dozes of different salsas to find the most delicious. We'll also discuss topics like tournament design, adaptive tournaments, and the difference between a marketing study of salsa quality and a bracket-based tournament like the World Cup.  


Limit 40 People
LARREMORE WORKSHOP LOTTO SIGNUP!!


1.<br>
# JP
2.<br>
# Andrew Gillreath-Brown
3.<br>
# Ritwika
4.<br>
# Ernest
5.<br>
# Aabir
6.<br>
# Alec
7.<br>
# Brennan
8.<br>
# Fabian
9.<br>
# Elissa
10.<br>
# Erwin
11.<br>
# Andrea
12.<br>
# Hunter
13.<br>
# Ian
14.<br>
# Pam
15.<br>
# Jessica Lee
16.<br>
# Dries
17.<br>
# Yuka
18.<br>
# Arta
19.<br>
# Kazu
20.<br>
# Chris Quarles
21.<br>
# Bhargav
22.<br>
# Emily
23.<br>
# Luther
24.<br>
# Ignacio
25.<br>
# Koissi
26.<br>
# Bhartendu
27.<br>
# Jeongki
28.<br>
# Toni
29.<br>
# Dakota
30.<br>
# Jackie
31.<br>
# Kyle
32.<br>
# Chris B-J
33.<br>
# Patrick
34.<br>
# Bakus
35.<br>
# Ethan
36.<br>
# Pablo Franco
37.<br>
# Billy
38.<br>
# Mark Chu
39.<br>
# Kenzie
40.<br>
# Pablo M. Flores
# robert
# Douglas Guilbeault
# April Kleppe
# Winnie
# Germán

Latest revision as of 18:44, 24 June 2019

Complex Systems Summer School 2019


Dan Larremore Workshop

Monday, June 24 @ 3:15pm in the conference room.

During lectures on networks and hierarchies, we discussed how a network representing the outcomes of discrete choices—Which wine is preferred? Swipe right or swipe left? Which team won the match?—can be used to find a ranking. In this workshop, we'll apply these methods by tasting, comparing, and ranking dozes of different salsas to find the most delicious. We'll also discuss topics like tournament design, adaptive tournaments, and the difference between a marketing study of salsa quality and a bracket-based tournament like the World Cup.

LARREMORE WORKSHOP LOTTO SIGNUP!!

  1. JP
  2. Andrew Gillreath-Brown
  3. Ritwika
  4. Ernest
  5. Aabir
  6. Alec
  7. Brennan
  8. Fabian
  9. Elissa
  10. Erwin
  11. Andrea
  12. Hunter
  13. Ian
  14. Pam
  15. Jessica Lee
  16. Dries
  17. Yuka
  18. Arta
  19. Kazu
  20. Chris Quarles
  21. Bhargav
  22. Emily
  23. Luther
  24. Ignacio
  25. Koissi
  26. Bhartendu
  27. Jeongki
  28. Toni
  29. Dakota
  30. Jackie
  31. Kyle
  32. Chris B-J
  33. Patrick
  34. Bakus
  35. Ethan
  36. Pablo Franco
  37. Billy
  38. Mark Chu
  39. Kenzie
  40. Pablo M. Flores
  41. robert
  42. Douglas Guilbeault
  43. April Kleppe
  44. Winnie
  45. Germán