I need an algorithm, written in pseudo code or any other way we'll agree upon, that can be used by a LinkedIn-companion Firefox extension that provides an analysis of a LinkedIn profile while a user is viewing it The algorithm should take as input all the various data available in the page (education, employment, etc) and output a single number: the probability that this person would be interested in applying for graduate school. The algorithm should make many intelligent considerations, such as "if the person already has a PHD or masters degree, or not yet some bachellors degree, the probability is zero no matter what" The considerations should be very specific, and accompanied by the relevant contant values (such as title of different degrees). You will also need to compile a diverse list of sample profiles for testing, to make sure that the algorithm outputs (after we implement it) good results. Please write in your bid what general approach do you intend to take for developing this algorithm. Thanks.
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