Multi-Task Active Learning for Linguistic Annotations

@inproceedings{Reichart2008MultiTaskAL,
  title={Multi-Task Active Learning for Linguistic Annotations},
  author={Roi Reichart and Katrin Tomanek and Udo Hahn and Ari Rappoport},
  booktitle={ACL},
  year={2008}
}
We extend the classical single-task active learning (AL) approach. In the multi-task active learning (MTAL) paradigm, we select examples for several annotation tasks rather than for a single one as usually done in the context of AL. We introduce two MTAL metaprotocols, alternating selection and rank combination, and propose a method to implement them in practice. We experiment with a twotask annotation scenario that includes named entity and syntactic parse tree annotations on three different… CONTINUE READING
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