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To compare is to destroy,
To share is to construct.

My goal is to become a researcher with an open-source mindset. I have two resources that I would like to share with you. Firstly, I have included literature notes that correspond to a specific paper. These notes delve into the main concepts of the paper and provide an overall understanding of the "big picture." Additionally, some supplementary comments or slides may be included to enhance comprehension.

Secondly, I am collaborating with a skilled technician, Gansong Luo, who holds a PhD from Zhejiang University, to provide a Crash Course on o-Tree learning. Currently, it is written in Chinese, but we hope to translate it into English in the future.

I also want to introduce my friend, Wenxiao Yang, who is a first-year PhD student in the Quant Marketing field at Berkeley, Hass. He generously provided resources to excel as a theory student (despite the less-than-ideal formatting).