Produces questions and validates answers
In this demo, questions are generated for a given text based on its content. Afterwards, the user has the possibility to give individual answers to the questions (based on the information he can extract from the text). Finally, the system can evaluate the semantic correctness of the user's answers and gives a short feedback to the user.
Checks the pronunciation correctness
In this demo, a word is displayed to the user in each iteration. The user can now start an audio recording and record himself pronouncing the word. Afterwards, he can request a check whereupon the system checks whether he has pronounced the word correctly. After the feedback is returned, the user can either try one more time or continue with the next word.
Analyzes multiple linguistic features
This demo is a collection of different tools that analyze the linguistic features of a text. Here, the user can first create an analysis configuration in which he specifies which attribute should be taken into account (e.g. in which tense should the text be written?). Then a text can be entered and evaluated. The feedback on the individual attributes highlights the relevant parts of the text and can be displayed in a filtered manner.
Analyzes the content of longer texts
The demo consists of two main parts. In the first part, a writing plan is defined. It consists of individual steps which specify the content that must be included in the essay. In the second part, an essay can be typed. Here it will be checked if the essay contains exactly the content of the writing plan. It will be checked if all steps are in the correct order and if things are written that are actually unnecessary.
Processes native language input commands
This demo allows the user to interact with the user-interface in a new way. On one hand, the user can manipulate an image using traditional buttons, as well as writing the manipulation that should be done as a simple command using everyday language.