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If "Translation status" indicates WIP, the translator is still working on his translation. Even if a first version is available online. The translator may still have some things to adjust, such as the presentation of formulas or images, or does a proofreading of his work (it is common to make mistakes when writing in Markdown and you can't see what it does without have put a first version online). It is therefore useless to do PR to correct the work since it is still in progress. It is only once the status thinking of "OK" that a reviewer can start the revision.

Similarly, if the "Revision Status" says "WIP", the reviewer is still working. So there is no point in doing PR. A translation is considered finished once the "Revision Status" indicates "OK".

File name Translator Translation statut Reviewer Review statut
README.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
index.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
01.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
01-1.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
01-2.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
01-3.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
02.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
02-1.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
02-2.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
02-3.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
03.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
03-1.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
03-2.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
03-3.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
04.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
04-1.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
05.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
05-1.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
05-2.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
05-3.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
06.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
06-1.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
06-2.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
06-3.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
07.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
07-1.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
07-2.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
07-3.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
08.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
08-1.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
08-2.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
08-3.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
09.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
09-1.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
09-2.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
09-3.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
10.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
10-1.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
10-2.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
10-3.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
11.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
11-1.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
11-2.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
11-3.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
12.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
12-1.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
12-2.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
12-3.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
13.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
13-1.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
13-2.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
13-3.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
14.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
14-1.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
14-2.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
14-3.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
15.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
15-1.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
15-2.md lbourdois OK lbourdois OK
lecture01.sbv lbourdois OK
practicum01.sbv lbourdois OK
lecture02.sbv lbourdois OK
practicum02.sbv lbourdois OK
lecture03.sbv lbourdois OK
practicum03.sbv lbourdois OK
practicum04.sbv lbourdois OK
lecture05.sbv lbourdois OK
practicum05.sbv lbourdois OK
lecture06.sbv lbourdois OK
practicum06.sbv lbourdois OK
lecture07.sbv lbourdois OK
practicum07.sbv lbourdois OK
lecture08.sbv lbourdois OK
practicum08.sbv lbourdois OK
lecture09.sbv lbourdois OK
practicum09.sbv lbourdois OK
lecture10.sbv lbourdois OK
practicum10.sbv lbourdois OK
lecture11.sbv lbourdois OK
practicum11.sbv lbourdois OK
lecture12.sbv lbourdois OK
practicum12.sbv lbourdois OK
lecture13.sbv lbourdois OK
practicum13.sbv lbourdois OK
lecture14.sbv lbourdois OK
practicum14.sbv lbourdois OK
practicum15A.sbv lbourdois OK
practicum15B.sbv lbourdois OK

Indications

In the table above, you will find the list of files for which the French translation is currently missing. Or which need a review.

The .sbv files correspond to the translation of the subtitles of the course videos. As an indication, it takes at least 4 hours of work for a 1h30 video (this can be more for technical videos where mathematical formulas are developed for example). Keep this in mind when registering ! Attention! English subtitles have been artificially generated. They may therefore contain errors. A manual verification of the English texts is in progress (see the Caption Videos Wiki or the Slack for more information). Before translating, make sure that the .sbvfile in question has been manually checked!

The .md files correspond to the translation of the lecture notes taken by the students. It takes about 1 hour of work for one file (except for those presenting the content of the week's courses, which are much smaller). Attention! To preserve the homogeneity of the translation, it is requested that for a given file, the translator commits to do all the others of the week (so 4 files). The working time is then counted between 3 and 4 hours.

Terminology conventions

Here is the list of choices that have been retained to carry out the translation. It is the result of a discussion with Yann Le Cun.

For writing

The texts found on the website are course notes from students who attended Yann Le Cun's classes (and from the four guest speakers). For each course, several students were asked to put their own notes to be added to the site. Thus the notes in English came from about 130 different people, who did not work together to unify their text. Some people write in the past tense, while others write in the present tense. The abbreviations used are not necessarily always the same, people are not always designated in the same way, etc. The variety of authors also means that the way of writing varies from one file to another.

Thus the choices that have been made for French are as follows:

For videos

Videos are not translated word for word. Indeed, in order to fluidify the translation and the comprehension, it was decided not to transcribe the "parasitic" filling and transition words ("you know", "sort of", "right", "so", etc.).

Terms

The translations that have been selected for the following list of words are the result of a discussion with Yann Le Cun :

Term Translation Reason
CNN ConvNet Yann is particularly keen to respect this translation
Convolutional sparse auto-encoder Auto-encodeur épars convolutif Yann's choice
Contrastive Constrative au féminin, Contrastif au masculin Yann's choice
Dropout Dropout Yann thought of the term "decimation" but it is already used in signal processing to mean "subsampling".
Energy-Based Models Modèles à base d’énergie Yann on the subject: "Not very satisfying, but I don't have better! "
Energy based factor graphs Graphes de facteurs à base d'énergie Yann's choice
Embedding Enchâssement Used by Yann in his book
Gated Graph ConvNets Réseau à rupteur convolutif sur graphe Yann's choice (it is an invention on his part)
Graph Attention Networks Réseau à graphe d'attention Yann's choice
Graph Convolution Networks Réseau convolutif sur graphe (abréviation : GCN) Yann's choice
Graph Domain Domaine du graphe (comme le domaine de Fourier) Yann's choice
Group Sparsity Eparsité de groupe Yann's choice
One hot One hot The notion of "canonical base vectors" could be used but seems a bit technical and the expression is rather long to translate barely 2 words. The choice was therefore made to let the English expression
Overfitting Surentraînement Yann's choice
Pooling Pooling Translations into French as "aggrégation", "agglomération", were not satisfactory
Residual Gated Graph Convolutional Network Réseau à rupteur convolutif à résidu sur graphe Yann's choice
Simple Energy-Based Factor Graphs with “Shallow” Factors Graphes de facteur simples à base d'énergie avec facteurs peu profonds Yann's choice
Sparse Epars Yann's choice
Sparsity Eparsité Yann's choice
Spectral graph convolutional neural networks Réseau convolutif spectral sur graphe Yann's choice
SplineGCNs / LapGCNs / CayleyNets / ChebNets / MoNets / GraphSage SplineGCNs / LapGCNs / CayleyNets / ChebNets / MoNets / GraphSage Easier to keep the English abbreviations according to Yann
Vanilla Spatial GCNs Graphe ConvNet spatial ordinaire Yann's choice
Yann LeCun Yann Le Cun ou Yann For the writing of the family name, the Breton form is adopted. Yann explains in his book why in Anglo-Saxon countries he is obliged to write his surname all attached. In the notes of the students in English, it is possible to find "Mr Yann LeCun", "Mr LeCun", "Doctor Yann LeCun", "Professor LeCun", etc. Yann wishes that in these texts, he is simply called Yann.