Cable Lacing Cheat Sheet

Cable lacing is a technique for managing cables by lacing them together or to harnesses using a series of running lockstitches. This is done using waxed cord or flat lacing tape, often made of nylon or polyester. Where most people reach for plastic or Velcro zip ties to do this job, I've found that spending some time to use string is quite enjoyable. I'm not trained in the high standards of cable lacing used by NASA, the Navy, or other experts. But, for just managing cables around the house, these references work well.

Fonduer - Knowledge Base Construction from Richly Formatted Data

Knowledge bases are incredible enablers of valuable downstream applications such as information retrieval, question answering, medical diagnosis, and data visualization. However, building high quality knowledge bases can be incredibly difficult. While extensive efforts have been focused on unstructured text, troves of information remains untapped in richly formatted data, where relations are conveyed using textual, structural, tabular, and visual cues.

Stanford EE Quals Resources

Because many of the existing webpages out there are from the old (pre-2015) quals format, I've open-sourced some of the study resources that my group and I used to prepare. Because it's on GitHub, we would encourage future students to contribute to the repository as they study.