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2020-06-08

Released NLP 100 Exercise 2020 Rev 1.

  • Completed English translation :tada:
    • Chapters 5 to 10 were translated by Shun Kiyono, Benjamin Heinzerling, Ana Brassard, and Paul Reisert.
    • Fixed a spelling mistake in the problem 07 (#12)
    • Included a POS-tagged text in Chapter 4 (#13)
    • Revised the description for the problem 38 (#14)
    • Revised the description for the problem 08 (#24)
    • Fixed an incorrect translation in the problem 18
    • Other fixes for spelling and styling mistakes
  • Korean translation (up to the problem 39) :sparkles:
  • Numerous bugfixes in the Japanese version :sweat_smile:
    • Revised an expression in Chapter 8 (#1)
    • Fixed an incorrect math rendering in the problem 49 (#2)
    • Fixed an incorrect title in Chapter 6 (#2)
    • Fixed the incorrect data in Chapter 4 (#6)
    • Revised the description of the problem 51 (#7)
    • Revised the descriptions in the problems 50 and 51 (#8)
    • Revised the description of the problem 75 (#9)
    • Fixed the incorrect link in Chapter 5 (#16)
    • Revised the description of the problem 04 (#18)
    • Changed the sample text in Chapter 5 to reduce errors in dependency parsers (#19)
    • Revised the description of the problem 69 (#21)
    • Revised the description of the problem 71 (#22)

We deeply appreciate those who involved in this release especially by reporting Issues and sending Pull Requests. :pray:

2020-04-06

Released NLP 100 Exercise 2020.

  • Added problems about Deep Neural Networks.
  • Multilingual support.
    • Released English translations (Problems 00 to 39).
    • Moved Chapter 6 (English text processing) of the old version into English version.

2015-03-12

Released NLP 100 Exercise 2015 (in Japanese only).

  • Added problems about distributional representations.
  • Released the data publicly associated with the problems.
  • Revised the problems for more practical use of NLP.

2012-04-03

Released the first version (in Japanese only).

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