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Large-scale testing and self-evaluation

Now performing large-scale testing with self-evaluation on full wikipedia articles: Italie: Self-evaluation: 1 – 708/14451 = 95,10% (708 errors on 14451 words) Aristote: Self-evaluation: 1 – 1264/22885 = 94,48% Everest: Self-evaluation: 1 – 606/10530 = 94,25% Mer méditerranée: Self-evaluation: 1 … Continue reading

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Testing large-scale self-evaluation

Now testing large-scale self-evaluation. In the present sample, self-evaluation relates to a 7693 words (45437 characters) text from the French wikipedia article on Constance II (Constantius II): 414 errors found. The present test illustrates well the benefits of self-evaluation: it … Continue reading

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Testing self-evaluation accuracy

Testing self-evaluation accuracy: in the present case, it yields a 100% performance. However, there is one error ‘par des explosifs’ should read da splusivi or even da i splusivi (by explosives): a problem of partitive article. Arguably, there is a second … Continue reading

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