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Rote: A Tool to Support Users in Defining the Relative Importance of Quality Characteristics

Presented at Genoa (Italy), 24-26 May
Publication date2006

This paper describes the Relative Ordering Tool for Evaluation (ROTE) which is designed to support the process of building a parameterised quality model for evaluation. It is a very simple tool which enables users to specify the relative importance of quality characteristics (and associated metrics) to reflect the users' particular requirements. The tool allows users to order any number of quality characteristics by comparing them in a pair-wise fashion. The tool was developed in the context of a collaborative project developing a text mining system. A full scale evaluation of the text mining system was designed and executed for three different users and the ROTE tool was successfully applied by those users during that process. The tool will be made available for general use by the evaluation community.

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LISOWSKA, Agnès, UNDERWOOD, Nancy Louise. Rote: A Tool to Support Users in Defining the Relative Importance of Quality Characteristics. In: Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC). Genoa (Italy). [s.l.] : [s.n.], 2006. p. 2471–2474.
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