The CODI-CRAC 2022 shared task on anaphora, bridging, and discourse deixis in dialogue

Abstract:

The CODI-CRAC 2022 Shared Task on Anaphora Resolution in Dialogues is the second edition of an initiative focused on detecting different types of anaphoric relations in conversations of different kinds. Using five conversational datasets, four of which have been newly annotated with a wide range of anaphoric relations: identity, bridging references and discourse deixis, we defined multiple tasks focusing individually on these key relations. The second edition of the shared task maintained the focus on these relations and used the same datasets as in 2021, but new test data were annotated, the 2021 data were checked, and new subtasks were added. In this paper, we discuss the annotation schemes, the datasets, the evaluation scripts used to assess the system performance on these tasks, and provide a brief summary of the participating systems and the results obtained across 230 runs from three teams, with most submissions achieving significantly better results than our baseline methods.

SEEK ID: https://publications.h-its.org/publications/1591

Research Groups: Natural Language Processing

Publication type: InProceedings

Citation: Proceedings of the CODI-CRAC 2022 Shared Task on Anaphora, Bridging, and Discourse Deixis in Dialogue, Gyeongju, Repbulic of Korea, October 2022, pp. 1--14

Date Published: 17th Oct 2022

URL: https://aclanthology.org/2022.codi-crac.1

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Authors: Juntao Yu, Sopan Khosla, Ramesh Manuvinakurike, Lori Levin, Vincent Ng, Massimo Poesio, Michael Strube, Carolyn Rosé

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