This course is replaced by IN2110 – Methods in Language Technology.

We finished grading today, and the results are not terribly (nor exceptionally good): there are two As (at 217 and 215 points, respectively, out of a total of 250), three Bs, four Cs, five Ds, 2 Es (at 106 and 88 points), and one F (69 points). Congratulations to everyone! In case you want to discuss (your) results, please email me to make an appointment. The external examiner, incidentally, was Lars Bungum—a former IT-SLP student and now a doctoral fellow in language technology at NTNU. In case you have not yet submitted your on-line course feedback, please remember to do so. And finally: god sommer!

June 24, 2009 10:12 PM

We have now officially registered results for all obligatory assignments (and johan is in the process of emailing individual feedback): everyone who submitted for the sixth and final exercise also qualified for the exam. In total, there are 20 students who qualified for the exam, contrasted with 31 who submitted something for the first exercise, and 25 who (still) submitted for the second one. Good luck with the exam!

May 19, 2009 5:58 PM

The model solution for the Esperanto assignment is now available: as always, on the IFI Linux environment, execute the shell command solution6 to have a new sub-directory copied into your home directory.

May 12, 2009 12:13 PM