End of Community Bonding Period: The Literature Survey

Learn from what has already been done.

The community bonding period is fast coming to an end, what better way to asses it rather than reflecting upon what I proposed to do in this period. By the way I didn’t share the link to my proposal, click here to check it out.

Moving back to the discussion, here we go. These are the points I was supposed to cover during the Community Bonding Period:

Lets go over each point one by one:

Get to know the mentors and the community: listen, communicate and learn.

The work that i did as part of the task is as follows:

Learn about the intricacies of the coding practices followed by DBpedia, which include coding, community relations as well as version control practices.

Go through research paper on the relevant field to come up with good strategies to handle the problems at hand. (Learn from what has already been done in this field).

This task ended up using the most amount of time in the 3rd week of community bonding. I read through many the research papers related to my project, here are a few:

  1. LC-QuAD: A Corpus for Complex Question Answering over Knowledge Graphs: http://lc-quad.sda.tech/

  2. WDAqua-core1: A Question Answering service for RDF Knowledge Bases: https://doi.org/10.1145/3184558.3191541:

  3. Seq2SQL: Generating Structured Queries from Natural Language using Reinforcement Learning: https://einstein.ai/static/images/pages/research/seq2sql/seq2sql.pdf

Check out my WeekThree and coming blogs for more details.

Understand the people you are working with, finalize all required channels of communications.

Understand the current code base in detail, ponder upon all possible improvements and discuss with the mentors.

All the tasks assigned to be done in the community bonding period were done on time.

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