CCASH: Cost-Conscious Annotation Supervised by Humans

See CCASH Setup for instructions on how to setup CCASH for development.

Versions

  • 0.1 - Demoed in the ALFA meeting on 10 Dec 08

Goals

See CCASH Schedule for current goal deadlines.

  • English user-study with AL in the loop
  • Syriac user-study with AL in the loop

Components

Dictionary/Lexicon

Experimental Variables

  • Dictionary v. no dictionary
  • Sentence v. word v. other granularity
  • Waiting: human or machine
  • Modes of keyboard interaction
  • Dictionary: building from scratch or pre-formed
  • Scope of annotation: project vs. document

Feature Set Pool

This is the wishlist of features we will use to create version 0.2's target feature set. Right now this is a fluid pool. Please add things. We can decide which features stay in future meetings.

  • High Priority
    • projects created
    • complete work flow for a document: it may be assigned to a user, annotated, reviewed, and marked complete.
    • user administration panel: create, assign roles, delete
    • project admininstration panel: create, assign to users, delete
    • link to dictionary entries in the annotation lens
    • create new dictionary entries from words during the annotation process
    • deal gracefully with English's tagset (single category, 45 possible values)
  • Low Priority
    • security (password hashing, email verification)
  • No Assigned Priority…yet
    • active reviewing - just seeing conflicts not everything?
    • token correction - by reviewer or annotator, token was input incorrectly into database, etc.
    • annotator comments to reviewer - about documents, tokens, any granularity
    • annotation color codes - yellow=computer, blue=human, green=reviewed/approved, red=problem
    • subversion style annotating - each annotation is a revision/multiple annotations per word
    • change database engine to innodb
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