HOO-2012 Shared Task on Preposition and Determiner Error Correction
The HOO (Helping Our Own) Exercise (see [Dale and Kilgarriff 2010]) is concerned with correcting textual errors. The HOO Pilot Shared Task (see [Dale and Kilgarriff 2011]) looked at a diverse range of error types in a small set of documents. HOO 2012, which will be hosted by the Building Educational Applications Workshop at NAACL 2012, focusses on the correction of preposition and determiner errors in a large collection of non-native speaker texts.
Find out more by exploring this site. To register for the HOO 2012 Shared Task, send the following information to email@example.com:
- Full name of institution or other team description
- Name of contact person
- Email address of contact person
On registering, you will be added to the the HOO 2012 Google Group, intended for discussions amongst participants about the HOO 2012 Shared Task. When you register, please indicate the names and email addresses of any other team members who should be added to that discussion list.
- The Call for Registration for HOO 2012
- The Building Educational Applications Workshop at NAACL 2012
- A Description of the HOO 2012 Data
- The HOO 2012 Submissions Procedure
Of Historical Interest
- The Preliminary Call for Participation in HOO 2012
- R. Dale and A. Kilgarriff  Helping Our Own: Text massaging for computational linguistics as a new shared task. In Proceedings of the 6th International Natural Language Generation Conference, pages 261–265, Dublin, Ireland, 7th–9th July 2010.
- R. Dale and A. Kilgarriff  Helping Our Own: The HOO 2011 Pilot Shared Task. In Proceedings of the 13th European Workshop on Natural Language Generation, Nancy, France, 28th–30th September 2011.