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Where did it all go wrong? New Tools for Automatic Error Analysis in NLP

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System performance is typically interpreted through metrics, which quantify errors, but do not analyse them. In this talk I will present new tools that automatically analyse system output, giving a linguistically intuitive breakdown of errors.

For parsing I will present results for English and Chinese, showing how error distributions vary between systems, what types of errors are being resolved by re-rankers, and what types are introduced when parsing out-of-domain text. For co-reference resolution I will present some preliminary results, comparing the errors made by systems in a recent shared task.

Jonathan is a PhD candidate at the University of California, Berkeley, advised by Dan Klein

This talk is part of the NLIP Seminar Series series.

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