Here is an example of an easy metaphor: “My lawyer is a shark.” Here is an example of a difficult metaphor: “Happiness is a ditch.” Notwithstanding whether or not you have already given up trying to interpret the second one, the question may still be asked: “What makes a metaphor difficult to understand?” which is […]
“Frustratingly Easy Semi-supervised Domain Adaptation” is not the first mathematics paper that explicitly concentrates on the notion of being frustratingly easy. Fans of the genre speak, occasionally, of the earlier study “Frustratingly Easy Domain Adaptation,” by Hal Daume III, arXiv:0907.1815v1.
Though some people say mathematics is frustratingly difficult, all must agree that one part of it is frustratingly easy. Or at least agree that the title of a particular study is “Frustratingly Easy Semi-supervised Domain Adaptation.” Written by Abhishek Kumar, Avishek Saha, Hal Daume III, P. Thomas Fletcher and Suresh Venkatasubramanian, its abstract clarifies matters, […]