Long since last post. Recent news:
I have been to St. Augustine, Florida for the FLAIRS 2003 conference. It was very nice, a mix of local and international that kept a good technical level at a very friendly atmosphere. My presentation was kind of boring and uninteresting. I have to learn how to keep the audience interest.
I have been accepted a paper for the International Conference on Machine Learning to be held in Washington DC in August. I am happy, because this is one of the most prestigious Machine Learning conferences and I have never been to it. I am looking for a cheap travel option to see NY with Elena and then go to Washington to end up relaxing in Punta Cana (that is going to be my honeymoon). Today I have been finishing the experiments for the final version. I was asked by the reviewers to include statistical significance testing for the results. The results are significant with a 95% confidence.