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Rigor Mortis: Annotating MWEs with a Gamified Platform

Abstract : We present here Rigor Mortis, a gamified crowdsourcing platform designed to evaluate the intuition of the speakers, then train them to annotate multi-word expressions (MWEs) in French corpora. We previously showed (Fort et al., 2018) that the speakers' intuition is reasonably good (65% in recall on non-fixed MWE). After a training phase using some of the tests developed in the PARSEME-FR project, we obtain 0.685 in F-measure at an experimentally determined 25% threshold (number of players who annotated the same segment).
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Karën Fort, Bruno Guillaume, Yann-Alan Pilatte, Mathieu Constant, Nicolas Lefèbvre. Rigor Mortis: Annotating MWEs with a Gamified Platform. LREC 2020 - Language Resources and Evaluation Conference, May 2020, Marseille, France. ⟨hal-02571466⟩

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