he Acceptability and Complexity evaluation task for Italian (AcCompl-it) consisted of two independent tasks asking participants to predict either the acceptability or the complexity rate (or both) of a given set of sentences previously scored by native speakers on a 1-to-7 points Likert scale. The task had two participants, with three systems in total and very different approaches. In this report we present the dataset collected (2,530 Italian sentences judged for Complexity and 1,683 for Acceptability) and the participants' systems.

AcCompl-it @ EVALITA2020: Overview of the Acceptability &Complexity Evaluation Task for Italian

Cristiano Chesi
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
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2020

Abstract

he Acceptability and Complexity evaluation task for Italian (AcCompl-it) consisted of two independent tasks asking participants to predict either the acceptability or the complexity rate (or both) of a given set of sentences previously scored by native speakers on a 1-to-7 points Likert scale. The task had two participants, with three systems in total and very different approaches. In this report we present the dataset collected (2,530 Italian sentences judged for Complexity and 1,683 for Acceptability) and the participants' systems.
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