Little Giants: Exploring the Potential of Small LLMs as Evaluation Metrics in Summarization in the Eval4NLP 2023 Shared Task

Neema Kotonya, Saran Krishnasamy,Joel Tetreault,Alejandro Jaimes

Proceedings of the 4th Workshop on Evaluation and Comparison of NLP Systems(2023)

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This paper describes and analyzes our participation in the 2023 Eval4NLP shared task, which focuses on assessing the effectiveness of prompt-based techniques to empower Large Language Models to handle the task of quality estimation, particularly in the context of evaluating machine translations and summaries. We conducted systematic experiments with various prompting techniques, including standard prompting, prompts informed by annotator instructions, and innovative chain-of-thought prompting. In addition, we integrated these approaches with zero-shot and one-shot learning methods to maximize the efficacy of our evaluation procedures. Our work reveals that combining these approaches using a "small", open source model (orca_mini_v3_7B) yields competitive results.
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