Findings of the Shared Task on Emotion Analysis in Tamil

@article{Sampath2022FindingsOT,
  title={Findings of the Shared Task on Emotion Analysis in Tamil},
  author={Anbukkarasi Sampath and Thenmozhi Durairaj and Bharathi Raja Chakravarthi and Ruba Priyadharshini and Subalalitha Cn and Kogilavani Shanmugavadivel and Sajeetha Thavareesan and Sathiyaraj Thangasamy and Parameswari Krishnamurthy and Adeep Hande and Sean Benhur and Kishore Ponnusamy and Santhiya Pandiyan},
  journal={Proceedings of the Second Workshop on Speech and Language Technologies for Dravidian Languages},
  year={2022}
}
This paper presents the overview of the shared task on emotional analysis in Tamil. The result of the shared task is presented at the workshop. This paper presents the dataset used in the shared task, task description, and the methodology used by the participants and the evaluation results of the submission. This task is organized as two Tasks. Task A is carried with 11 emotions annotated data for social media comments in Tamil and Task B is organized with 31 fine-grained emotion annotated data… 

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