Search Results for author: Marie Bexte

Found 5 papers, 3 papers with code

Implicit Phenomena in Short-answer Scoring Data

no code implementations ACL (unimplicit) 2021 Marie Bexte, Andrea Horbach, Torsten Zesch

We therefore quantify to what extent implicit language phenomena occur in short answer datasets and examine the influence they have on automatic scoring performance.

Word Embeddings

Similarity-Based Content Scoring - How to Make S-BERT Keep Up With BERT

1 code implementation NAACL (BEA) 2022 Marie Bexte, Andrea Horbach, Torsten Zesch

The dominating paradigm for content scoring is to learn an instance-based model, i. e. to use lexical features derived from the learner answers themselves.

LeSpell - A Multi-Lingual Benchmark Corpus of Spelling Errors to Develop Spellchecking Methods for Learner Language

1 code implementation LREC 2022 Marie Bexte, Ronja Laarmann-Quante, Andrea Horbach, Torsten Zesch

Spellchecking text written by language learners is especially challenging because errors made by learners differ both quantitatively and qualitatively from errors made by already proficient learners.

Linguistic Appropriateness and Pedagogic Usefulness of Reading Comprehension Questions

no code implementations LREC 2020 Andrea Horbach, Itziar Aldabe, Marie Bexte, Oier Lopez de Lacalle, Montse Maritxalar

Automatic generation of reading comprehension questions is a topic receiving growing interest in the NLP community, but there is currently no consensus on evaluation metrics and many approaches focus on linguistic quality only while ignoring the pedagogic value and appropriateness of questions.

Reading Comprehension

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