Towards Lithuanian grammatical error correction

18 Mar 2022  ·  Lukas Stankevičius, Mantas Lukoševičius ·

Everyone wants to write beautiful and correct text, yet the lack of language skills, experience, or hasty typing can result in errors. By employing the recent advances in transformer architectures, we construct a grammatical error correction model for Lithuanian, the language rich in archaic features. We compare subword and byte-level approaches and share our best trained model, achieving F$_{0.5}$=0.92, and accompanying code, in an online open-source repository.

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