Artificial error generation for translation-based grammatical error correction

@inproceedings{Felice2016ArtificialEG,
  title={Artificial error generation for translation-based grammatical error correction},
  author={Mariano Felice},
  year={2016}
}
Automated grammatical error correction for language learners has attracted a lot of attention in recent years, especially after a number of shared tasks that have encouraged research in the area. Treating the problem as a translation task from 'incorrect' into 'correct' English using statistical machine translation has emerged as a state-of-the-art approach but it requires vast amounts of corrected parallel data to produce useful results. Because manual annotation of incorrect text is laborious… CONTINUE READING
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