[cs615asa] HW5 & HW6

Jinglong Wu jwu29 at stevens.edu
Sun Apr 2 23:34:04 EDT 2017

Hi Professor,

Got your meaning. It makes sense.

In this case, "for en only" and "for en" should represents same scenario.
Thank you.


On Sun, Apr 2, 2017 at 9:57 PM, Jan Schaumann <jschauma at stevens.edu> wrote:

> Jinglong Wu <jwu29 at stevens.edu> wrote:
> > "for en only" represents that domain_code is exactly "en", EXCLUDING
> > any character after it. For example, "en.m" would NOT be counted.
> What's the definition in the dataset description of what 'en.m' is?
> What would most users expect if they gave you the dataset with whatever
> that definition is and then they asked you for information about "en"?
> Apply the principle of least astonishment and determine reasonable
> boundaries or definitions.  Whatever they may be, make sure to
> explicitly note them in your solution.
> -Jan
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