Context is Key: Grammatical Error Detection with Contextual Word Representations

@inproceedings{Bell2019ContextIK,
  title={Context is Key: Grammatical Error Detection with Contextual Word Representations},
  author={Samuel Bell and Helen Yannakoudakis and Marek Rei},
  booktitle={BEA@ACL},
  year={2019}
}
  • Samuel Bell, Helen Yannakoudakis, Marek Rei
  • Published in BEA@ACL 2019
  • Computer Science
  • Grammatical error detection (GED) in non-native writing requires systems to identify a wide range of errors in text written by language learners. Error detection as a purely supervised task can be challenging, as GED datasets are limited in size and the label distributions are highly imbalanced. Contextualized word representations offer a possible solution, as they can efficiently capture compositional information in language and can be optimized on large amounts of unsupervised data. In this… CONTINUE READING

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