Cross-Discourse Type Authorship Verification 2023

Synopsis

  • Task: Given two texts from written and oral Discourse Types (DT), determine if they are written by the same author.
  • Input: tba.
  • Evaluation: tba.
  • Submission: TIRA
  • Baseline: tba.

Task

Details of this task will be announced soon.
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