How to participate

Teams will be allowed (and encouraged) to submit multiple runs (max. 3) for each subtask and type of labels (total max. of 12 runs).

Submission format

The submission format shall follow the examples provided in data/sample. Examples.ipynb shows how to transform the predictions to the appropiate format, as well as en example of the official evaluation metrics. The participants should provide an output file in JSON format reporting:

  • The name of the team
  • The addressed subtask (t1 or t2)
  • The use of hard or soft labels
  • The ID of the run

For instance, if in the first run the team addresses the Subtask 1 with hard labels the name of the file should be:

TeamName_t1_hard_run1.json

The ZIP file containing the relevant runs should be submitted till April 29th to the following email address:

detests.iberlef@gmail.com

Google Group

We invite potential participants to subscribe to our Google Groups in order to be kept up to date with the latest news related to the task. Please share comments and questions with the Google group. The organizers will assist you for any potential issues that could be raised.

Proceedings

Participants will be required to provide a technical report including a brief description of their approach, an illustration of their experiments, in particular techniques and resources used, and an analysis of their results for their publication in the Proceedings of the task.

Technical reports will be published in IberLEF 2024 Proceedings at CEUR-WS.org.

All system description papers will be part of the official IberLEF Proceedings that will be published at CEUR-WS.org (http://ceur-ws.org/HOWTOSUBMIT.html).