[epe-users] bibtex ref of the overview paper (was Re: towards a high-level summary of participating parsers)

djame seddah djame.seddah at gmail.com
Tue Aug 8 20:59:04 CEST 2017

Hi Stephan,
can we have a bibtex of the upcoming overview paper so we can add it in our system papers?


> On 08 Aug 2017, at 12:20, Stephan Oepen <oe at ifi.uio.no> wrote:
> colleagues,
> in preparing our task summary, and to support everyone in trying to
> interpret our empirical results, we would like to gather some
> high-level information about all participating systems, viz. for each
> run:
> (0) representation: brief characterization of the type of
> dependencies, e.g. LTH, DM, UD, etc.
> (1) training: source (nature) of your training data, e.g. PTB
> converted by CoreNLP 3.3.1.
> (2) tokens: size of the training data, in tokens (according to your
> tokenization scheme).
> (3) input: whether the parser operated on ‘raw’ texts or our
> pre-processed input files.
> (4) reference: a pointer (web link or bibliographic reference) to more
> background.
> —we have added these columns to our master spreadsheet; see:
>  http://goo.gl/ZTZxXW
> in some cases, i was able to make informed guesses from the README
> files provided with each run.  but there is a lot of information
> missing that i would like to ask each team to fill in, preferably over
> the next few days.
> could one representative per team please quickly email
> ‘epe-organizers’ what you would like to appear for your submissions
> for questions (0) to (4) above?
> semi-relatedly, thanks to everyone who has filled in our short
> questionnaire about how to best wrap up EPE 2017 and plan for the
> future.  a few teams are still missing, and we would like to share a
> summary with everyone at the end of this week.
> if you have not done so already, please take a minute and provide your
> perspective to us:
>  http://goo.gl/tpDK3o
> best wishes, oe

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