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======================== EVALD 2.0 for Foreigners ======================== EVALD 2.0 for Foreigners is a software for automatic evaluation of surface coherence (cohesion) in Czech texts written by non-native speakers of Czech. It is an update of the previous version, EVALD 1.0 for Foreigners. The evaluation part (the server) is implemented in Treex (http://ufal.cz/treex), a highly modular NLP framework written in the Perl programming language, and uses the Weka toolkit (http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/ml/weka/) for the final prediction of a coherence mark. It can be used directly from a command line or as a backend server for a client. The client part is implemented as a web server, accessible with a web browser. ================================================================ There are three possible ways of using EVALD 2.0 for Foreigners: ================================================================ 1. interactively as a web demo and RESTful web service hosted a . . .
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