How do you correct run-on sentences it's not as easy as it seems

WS 2018 Junchao ZhengCourtney NapolesJoel TetreaultKostiantyn Omelianchuk

Run-on sentences are common grammatical mistakes but little research has tackled this problem to date. This work introduces two machine learning models to correct run-on sentences that outperform leading methods for related tasks, punctuation restoration and whole-sentence grammatical error correction... (read more)

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