Mining Error Templates for Grammatical Error Correction

@article{Zhang2022MiningET,
  title={Mining Error Templates for Grammatical Error Correction},
  author={Yueli Zhang and Haochen Jiang and Zuyi Bao and Bo Zhang and Chen Li and Zhenghua Li},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2206.11569}
}
Some grammatical error correction (GEC) systems incorporate hand-crafted rules and achieve positive results. However, manually defining rules is time-consuming and labori-ous. In view of this, we propose a method to mine error templates for GEC automatically. An error template is a regular expression aim-ing at identifying text errors. We use the web crawler to acquire such error templates from the Internet. For each template, we further select the corresponding corrective action by using the… 

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