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Language Processing with Recurrent Models

Bidirectional RNNs, Encoding, Word Embedding and Tips

What's a Bidirectional RNN?

Bidirectional RNN is an RNN variant, that sometimes can increase performance. It is especially useful for natural language processing tasks.

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