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Reply Tue 28 Mar, 2017 02:20 am
Hi, all. In the following sentence, I cannot figure out why there is a 'for'.

Attention avoids this by allowing the RNN processing the input to pass along information about each word it sees, and then for the RNN generating the output to focus on words as they become relevant.

Should not it be " Attention avoids this by allowing (the RNN processing the input) to pass ..., and then (the RNN generating the output) to focus ..."

Sincerely.

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centrox
 
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Reply Tue 28 Mar, 2017 03:30 am
@Flysnowing,
Yes, the word ' for' is superfluous.
Flysnowing
 
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Reply Tue 28 Mar, 2017 03:53 am
@centrox,
Thanks!
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Reply Tue 28 Mar, 2017 07:11 pm
@Flysnowing,
Holy cow!
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camlok
 
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Reply Sun 9 Apr, 2017 09:27 pm
@Flysnowing,
I disagree that 'for' is superfluous. It's this 'then'.

MacMillan Dictionary: used for introducing the next thing that happens
He glanced quickly at Sally and then looked away again.
Add the numbers together first – then multiply.
First Lewis will give a TV interview. Then comes the main news conference.
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