Annotation for annotation – Toward eliciting implicit linguistic knowledge through annotation – ( Project Note )

@inproceedings{Takenobu2013AnnotationFA,
  title={Annotation for annotation – Toward eliciting implicit linguistic knowledge through annotation – ( Project Note )},
  author={Tokunaga Takenobu and Iida Ryu and Mitsuda Koh},
  year={2013}
}
  • Tokunaga Takenobu, Iida Ryu, Mitsuda Koh
  • Published 2013
The last two decades witnessed a great success of revived empiricism in NLP research. However, there are still several NLP tasks that are not successful enough. As one of many directions for going beyond the revived empiricism, this paper introduces a project for annotating annotations with annotators’ rationales behind them. As a first step of this enterprise, the paper particularly focuses on data collection during the annotation and discusses their potential uses. Finally a preliminary… CONTINUE READING

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