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DPD (Diabetic Patients Diary) is an Italian corpus of diary entries written by diabetic patients (they had to annotate everyday what they had eaten in order to keep track of their dietary behavior). DPD consists of 1,043 sentences (for a total of 8,878 tokens) annotated manually with entities of type FOOD, MEAL, QUANTITY, DRESSING and COURSE.
DPD is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
Contributors: Bernardo Magnini and Manuela Speranza
Publications or presentations containing research results obtained through the use of DPD should cite the following reference:
- Bernardo Magnini, Vevake Balaraman, Mauro Dragoni, Marco Guerini, Simone Magnolini, and Valerio Piccioni. CH1: A Conversational System to Calculate Carbohydrates in a Meal. In Proceedings of AI*IA 2018, Trento, 20-23 November 2018. To appear.
To obtain the data please fill the request form below with your data (they will be maintained in a database at FBK):
Contact person: Manuela Speranza