NLPTEA 2017 Shared Task – Chinese Spelling Check

Gabriel Fung, Maxime Debosschere, Dingmin Wang, Bo Li, Jia Zhu, Kam-Fai Wong


Abstract
This paper provides an overview along with our findings of the Chinese Spelling Check shared task at NLPTEA 2017. The goal of this task is to develop a computer-assisted system to automatically diagnose typing errors in traditional Chinese sentences written by students. We defined six types of errors which belong to two categories. Given a sentence, the system should detect where the errors are, and for each detected error determine its type and provide correction suggestions. We designed, constructed, and released a benchmark dataset for this task.
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W17-5905
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Proceedings of the 4th Workshop on Natural Language Processing Techniques for Educational Applications (NLPTEA 2017)
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December
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2017
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Taipei, Taiwan
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NLP-TEA | WS
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Asian Federation of Natural Language Processing
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29–34
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Gabriel Fung, Maxime Debosschere, Dingmin Wang, Bo Li, Jia Zhu, and Kam-Fai Wong. 2017. NLPTEA 2017 Shared Task – Chinese Spelling Check. In Proceedings of the 4th Workshop on Natural Language Processing Techniques for Educational Applications (NLPTEA 2017), pages 29–34, Taipei, Taiwan. Asian Federation of Natural Language Processing.
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