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Title: The TUNA challenge 2008 : overview and evaluation results
Authors: Gatt, Albert
Belz, Anja
Kow, Eric
Keywords: Natural language processing (Computer science)
Corpora (Linguistics)
Linguistic analysis (Linguistics)
Reference (Linguistics)
Word (Linguistics)
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: Association for Computational Linguistics
Citation: Gatt, A., Belz, A., & Kow, E. (2008). The TUNA challenge 2008: overview and evaluation results. Fifth International Natural Language Generation Conference, Salt Fork. 198-206.
Abstract: The TUNA Challenge was a set of three shared tasks at REG '08, all of which used data from the TUNA Corpus. The three tasks covered attribute selection for referring expressions (TUNA-AS), realisation (TUNA-R) and end-to-end referring expression generation (TUNA-REG). 8 teams submitted a total of 33 systems to the three tasks, with an additional submission to the Open Track. The evaluation used a range of automatically computed measures. In addition, an evaluation experiment was carried out using the peer outputs for the TUNA-REG task. This report describes each task and the evaluation methods used, and presents the evaluation results.
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