SERRANT: a syntactic classifier for English Grammatical Error Types

04/06/2021
by   Leshem Choshen, et al.
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SERRANT is a system and code for automatic classification of English grammatical errors that combines SErCl and ERRANT. SERRANT uses ERRANT's annotations when they are informative and those provided by SErCl otherwise.

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