Native Language Identification Using a Mixture of Character and Word N-grams

WS 2017  ·  Elham Mohammadi, Hadi Veisi, Hessam Amini ·

Native language identification (NLI) is the task of determining an author{'}s native language, based on a piece of his/her writing in a second language. In recent years, NLI has received much attention due to its challenging nature and its applications in language pedagogy and forensic linguistics... We participated in the NLI2017 shared task under the name UT-DSP. In our effort to implement a method for native language identification, we made use of a fusion of character and word N-grams, and achieved an optimal F1-Score of 77.64{\%}, using both essay and speech transcription datasets. read more

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