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We describe the NUS Corpus of Learner English (NUCLE), a large, fully annotated corpus of learner English that is freely available for research purposes. The goal of the corpus is to provide a large data resource for the development and evaluation of grammatical error correction systems. Although NUCLE has been available for almost two years, there has been(More)
The CoNLL-2014 shared task was devoted to grammatical error correction of all error types. In this paper, we give the task definition, present the data sets, and describe the evaluation metric and scorer used in the shared task. We also give an overview of the various approaches adopted by the participating teams, and present the evaluation results.(More)
The CoNLL-2013 shared task was devoted to grammatical error correction. In this paper, we give the task definition, present the data sets, and describe the evaluation metric and scorer used in the shared task. We also give an overview of the various approaches adopted by the participating teams, and present the evaluation results.
This paper explores the role of evaluative expressions in the construal of arguments in a set of high-rated and low-rated English language argumentative tertiary-level essays. Using one aspect of Hunston’s (1989, 2000) concept of the evaluation of status, the paper identifies statement types and illustrates their use in the development of moreand(More)
The quality of parts produced by a composite tape-laying process is sensitive to the contact force exerted and the abutment of adjacent tape courses kept when the tapes are laid. Thus, a prerequisite for a high performance laying process automated by means of industrial manipulators is the ability to regulate laying force and position precisely in the(More)
The CoNLL-2013 shared task was devoted to grammatical error correction. In this paper, we give the task definition, present the data sets, and describe the evaluation metric and scorer used in the shared task. We also give an overview of the various approaches adopted by the participating teams, and present the evaluation results.
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