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Emerging Thoughts on Benchmarking

The following would be natural places to start. For most of these, while we do have baseline numbers to compare to, we do not have existing set-ups where we could simply plug in a Norwegian BERT and rund, so we may need to identify suitable code for existing BERT-based architectures for e.g. English to re-use. For the first task though (document-level SA on NoReC) Jeremy would have an existing set-up for using mBERT that we could perhaps use.

  • NoReC; for document-level sentiment analysis (i.e. rating prediction). Note that we would want to use another version than the current official release; this has 10k more sentences (and is soon to be officially released).
  • NoReC_fine; subset of documents from NoReC annotated with fine-grained sentiment (e.g. for predicting target expression + polarity)
  • NDT; for dependency parsing or PoS tagging (perhaps best to use the UD version)
  • NorNE; for named entity recognition, extends NDT (also available for the UD version)
  • NoReC_neg; soon to be released; adds negation cues and scopes to the same subset of sentences as in NoReC_fine.