2021
DOI: 10.3384/ecp184171
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Automated Writing Support for Swedish Learners

Abstract: This paper describes a tool developed for lexical and grammatical analysis of Swedish text and providing automated feedback for language learners. The system looks for words and word sequences that are likely to contain errors and suggests how to correct them using different non-neural models. The feedback consists of alternative word and word sequence suggestions and morphological features which need to be corrected. Although the system is able to provide reasonable feedback which is believed to be useful for… Show more

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“…Granska (Domeij et al, 2000) is one of the earliest Swedish grammar-checking systems, using part-of-speech tagging, morphological features, and error rules to identify grammat- ical issues. More recent studies have explored methods to correct errors in learner texts, such as using word embeddings to obtain correction candidates (Pilán and Volodina, 2018) and a tool developed by (Getman, 2021) that detects erroneous words and sequences, suggesting corrections based on sub-word language models and morphological features. Nyberg (2022) is the most notable, if not the only, example of integrating neural approaches into Swedish GEC, which also serves as the basis for our approach.…”
Section: Related Workmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Granska (Domeij et al, 2000) is one of the earliest Swedish grammar-checking systems, using part-of-speech tagging, morphological features, and error rules to identify grammat- ical issues. More recent studies have explored methods to correct errors in learner texts, such as using word embeddings to obtain correction candidates (Pilán and Volodina, 2018) and a tool developed by (Getman, 2021) that detects erroneous words and sequences, suggesting corrections based on sub-word language models and morphological features. Nyberg (2022) is the most notable, if not the only, example of integrating neural approaches into Swedish GEC, which also serves as the basis for our approach.…”
Section: Related Workmentioning
confidence: 99%