|Language Technology Programming Competition 2020|
ALTA Shared Task 2020
Welcome to the Language Technology Programming Competition. This competition is organised by ALTA.
What is ALTA?
ALTA is the Australasian Language Technology Association. ALTA's mission is to promote language technology research and development in Australia and New Zealand. ALTA organises workshops like ALTA 2020, and supports competitions like the Australian High-School Computational and Linguistics Olympiad (OzCLO) and this programming competition.
What is this competition about?
This is our eleventh programming competition and is targeted at university students with programming experience. The competition is formatted as a "shared task": all participants compete to solve the same problem. The problem is the object of active research and nobody has (yet) obtained 100% correct results. In this competition, the winner will be the team who obtains the best results and beats the results of a sample solution that will be provided. If you participate and obtain 100% results you should definitely consider doing a PhD on the topic!
There are no limitations on the size of the teams or the means that they can use to solve the problem, as long as the processing is fully automatic - there should be no human intervention. As soon as you join the competition you will have access to a sample of data that you can use to develop your system. To qualify for the prize you need to present your results and description of your system at ALTA 2020.
The organisers reserve the right not to grant the prize if there are no submissions with better results than those of the published baseline.
What are the competition categories?
There are two categories: a student category and an open category.
How do I register?
To register, send an email to Diego Molla (email@example.com) with the following information:
We will send you a confirmation message and the training data for this year's task.
I want to know more about the task
See the task description at the menu bar on the left for the details of this year's task. If you want to know more about how to solve the task, see the useful information at the menu bar.
Who are the organisers?
Coordinator and main contact person (firstname.lastname@example.org):
Who are the sponsors?
The data is from an anonymous sponsor.
If you are interested in sponsoring this or next shared tasks, contact Diego Molla (email@example.com).
Past Shared Tasks