Research Papers
Research Papers

Research Papers

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Where to Read Research Papers

  • Pretrain, Prompt, Predict (opens in a new tab): The website offers a prompt learning timeline, paper list, and GitHub repository. It's a valuable resource for those interested in exploring research papers on pre-training and prompt-based learning in NLP.

  • Papers with Code (opens in a new tab): The website compiles research papers in machine learning and AI, offering accompanying code. It features a search function, with each paper providing a summary, paper link, and code link for implementation.

  • arXiv (opens in a new tab): An open-source, open-access repository that plays a crucial role in the machine learning community. It hosts electronic preprints and postprints, providing a wealth of papers and resources for staying informed and sharing knowledge in the field.


  • arXiv-sanity lite (opens in a new tab): Users can tag papers of interest, receiving recommendations for each tag using SVMs over tf-idf features from paper abstracts. It offers search, ranking, sorting, and customization in a user-friendly web interface. Lastly, arxiv-sanity-lite provides daily email recommendations based on your tags. (code)

  • Paper with Code State-of-the-Art (opens in a new tab): Explore research papers with accompanying code for enhanced understanding and practical application.

  • Mathematical Notation: A Guide for Engineers and Scientists (opens in a new tab) is a concise reference book designed to help engineers & scientists understand common mathematical symbols. Organized by topic, it provides explanations for each symbol, along with guidance on producing them in LaTeX. The book serves as a valuable resource for quickly grasping mathematical notation used in research papers, offering clarity without delving into the underlying mathematics.