A book reference should contain the following information: author/editor(s) surname; author/editor(s) first name or initial(s); date; title (in italics); special edition (e.g. References to chapters/articles in an edited collection should contain the following information: author surname; author first name or initial(s); date of edited collection; title of chapter/article (in inverted commas); full name of editor(s); title of edited collection (in italics); place of publication (city); name of publisher.2nd or revised); place of publication (city); name of publisher. E.g.: Davidson, Donald (1982), 'Paradoxes of Irrationality', in Richard Wollheim and James Hopkins (eds), (Oxford: Blackwell).MS student, Computer Science Department, Stanford University hkchiu [at] stanford [dot] edu I am a master student in the Computer Science Department at Stanford University, with current GPA 4.15 / 4.30 (as of August, 2019).
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References may be given either in the main text of your essay, or in a footnote or endnote.
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I am working on 3D object detection in the Stanford Interactive Perception and Robot Learning Lab, advised by Prof. I also work on human pose forecasting and street scene segmentation prediction in the Stanford Vision and Learning Lab, advised by Dr. Before joining Stanford CS, I worked at Linked In and Oracle as a senior software engineer.
Before that I completed my MS EE degree also at Stanford University, and my BS EE degree at National Taiwan University.
References are in brackets and take the form of the author's surname, followed by date of publication, followed (if appropriate) by page number(s), e.g. Note that all quotations must be supplied with page references, but if you are referring to an author's text in general terms, then of course page numbers are not required. Full details of all the works to which you refer must be supplied in a list of references or bibliography at the end of your essay.
(See below regarding what form these should take.)Full bibliographical references: References should be listed in alphabetical order according to author surname, regardless of whether the work is a whole book, an edited collection, a chapter/article in an edited collection, a journal paper, or an online publication.
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