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Wed Feb 11 2009

FYI: Online survey on practices in annotation

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Message 1: Online survey on practices in annotation
Date: 11-Feb-2009
From: Katrin Tomanek <katrin.tomanekuni-jena.de>
Subject: Online survey on practices in annotation
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Online survey on common practices in the annotation of training material for
Natural Language Processing:

This survey aims at investigating annotation practices used for the
creation of training material for statistical approaches to Natural
Language Processing (NLP).

More specifically, we want to study to which extent and in which scenarios
Active Learning (AL) is used to reduce annotation costs, as well as
addressing the reasons to why (or why not) AL has been found applicable to
a specific task.

The survey targets participants who were or are currently involved in the
annotation of training material for any kind of NLP task.

The questionnaire takes only few minutes. Results will be available online
or sent to participants by email if desired. Please feel free to forward
this message to anyone you think might be interested in the survey.

To access the survey just click on the link below or copy it to your browser:
http://www.questionpro.com/akira/TakeSurvey?id=1143778
The survey is open now until Feb 20, 2009.

Thanks in advance for your participation,
Katrin & Fredrik
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Katrin Tomanek, JULIE Lab, Germany
Fredrik Olsson, SICS, Sweden



Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
Text/Corpus Linguistics
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