Below are a guidelines from a number of different annotation efforts. Groups will discuss a set of guidelines and answer specific questions then report back to the class on what you learned.
Step 1, Jan 16: Each person will choose one project to focus on. You will then form groups of 3 and group members will review the annotation guidelines the other group members (we’ll handle any duplicates in class).
Step 2, Jan 19: Groups will spend part of the class answering a set of questions about each project and comparing the different approaches.
Step 3: Jan 23: Each group will present what they’ve learned to the rest of the class. Presentations should be roughly 10 minutes.
ICSI Meeting Recorder corpus
Dialog Act Guidelines
Paper on ICSI Meeting Recorder Dialog Act (MRDA) Corpus
AMI Meeting Corpus
Topic Segmentation Guidelines
AMI Meeting Corpus Overview
Other AMI Annotation Guidelines
Settlers of Catan
STAC Annotation Guidelines
Discourse Structure and Dialogue Acts in Multiparty Dialogue
ARRAU: Anaphora and Deictic reference in dialogs
ARRAU Annotation Guidelines (for TRAINS)
Anaphoric Annotation in the ARRAU Corpus
SemEval 2016 Task 5 Aspect Based Sentiment Analysis (ABSA-16)
Penn Discourse TreeBank
Penn Discourse Treebank Annotation Manual
THYME: Temporal Histories of Your Medical Events
THYME Annotation Guidelines
Temporal Annotation in the Clinical Domain
THYME project overview
Temporal Discourse Models for Narrative Structure
TimeML Project Site
Imace Annotation with ISO-SPace
Annotation Belief in Communication: Manual
Committed Belief Annotation and Tagging