Software

Computational argumentation

Argumentation Quality Assessment (ACL 2017).
Source code and annotations of our experiments on argumentation quality assessment in theory and practice:

The experiments are presented in a paper at ACL 2017. More information is given in the readme files contained in the zip files.

Argumentation-related Essay Scoring (COLING 2016).
Demo, source code, and feature files of our experiments on argumentation-related essay scoring:

The essay scoring experiments are presented in a paper at COLING 2016. More information is given in the readme files.

Sentiment Flow (EMNLP 2015).
Source code of our experiments on the generality of sentiment flow as a model of web review argumentation.

The sentiment flow experiments are presented in a paper at EMNLP 2015. More information is given in the readme files.

Shallow Argumentation Analysis (Project + COLING 2014).
Demo, webservice, source code for the usage and evaluation of our approach to domain-robust sentiment analysis, which is based on a shallow model of review argumentation.

The shallow argumentation analysis is introduced in a paper to be published at COLING 2014, see » Publications. More information is given in the readme files.
 

Other ArguAna-related software

Filtering Framework (CIKM 2013).
A software framework on top of the Apache UIMA framework that realizes our proposed view of information extraction as a filtering task, i.e., to analyze and filter only relevant portions of text in each step of an extraction step.

The filtering framework is introduced in a paper published at the CIKM 2013, see » Publications. The large file size results from a number of free code libaries included in the code. More information is given in the readme file.

Online Adaptation (IJCNLP 2013).
Source code for the usage and evaluation of a self-supervised online learning algorithm that adapts the schedule of information extraction pipelines to the input text at hand in order to optimize run-tim efficiency.

The online adaptation algorithm is introduced in a paper published at the IJCNLP 2013, see » Publications. Notice that a number of free code libaries are needed to compile and run the code. More information is given in the readme file.

Pipeline XPS (CICLing 2013).
A protypical expert system for ad-hoc annotation pipeline construction, which can be used to automatically construct pipelines for given information needs and prioritizations of quality criteria in real-time.

The expert system is introduced in a paper published at the CICLING 2013, see » Publications. Notice that a number of free code libaries are needed to compile and run the code. More information is given in the readme file. A version of the code with all libraries can be found at the CICLING website: http://www.CICLing.org/2013/review/122-273424672657239674/cicling2013.zip 

 

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