Groningen, The Netherlands
I am interested in computational linguistics and machine learning. In recent years, I have worked on natural language generation and neural network-based dependency parsers.
I use macOS, Linux (NixOS), Rust, Go, and a smattering of UNIX tools (awk, make, bourne shell).
From Daniël de Kok to ~danieldk/public-inbox
On Mon, May 27, 2019, at 06:21, Samrat Man Singh wrote: > Hello, Thanks for putting up the slides to your ELAML course. For some > of the later lectures, slides are not linked to from the list of > lectures. > > Was this intentional? Would it be possible to make slides for these > lecture available as well? Thanks your interest in the slides. It was not fully intentional. I have now added the slides about interior mutability and reference counting. Some image is missing for the suffix array & petgraph slides, so I'll have to go through my backups to find them. We actually never got to macros ;).