Linguistic Features for Readability Assessment

@inproceedings{Deutsch2020LinguisticFF,
  title={Linguistic Features for Readability Assessment},
  author={Tovly Deutsch and Masoud Jasbi and S. Shieber},
  booktitle={BEA},
  year={2020}
}
Readability assessment aims to automatically classify text by the level appropriate for learning readers. Traditional approaches to this task utilize a variety of linguistically motivated features paired with simple machine learning models. More recent methods have improved performance by discarding these features and utilizing deep learning models. However, it is unknown whether augmenting deep learning models with linguistically motivated features would improve performance further. This paper… Expand
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