Languages: English
Multilinguality: monolingual
Size Categories: n<1K
Language Creators: machine-generated
Annotations Creators: other
Source Datasets: extended|glue
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premise (string)hypothesis (string)label (class label)idx (int32)
"well that would be a help i wish they would do that here we have got so golden landfill space left that we're going to run out before the end of this decade and it's really going to be"
"We have plenty of space in the landfill ."
0
"Boats in daily use lie within feet of the fashionable bars and restaurants ."
"Bars and restaurants are pragmatic places ."
1 (neutral)
1
"The tourist industry continued to dilate , and though it became one of the top two income earners in Spain , a realization that unrestricted mass tourism was leading to damaging long - term consequences also began to grow ."
"Tourism is not very big in Spain ."
2
"substitute my my yeah my kid'll do uh four or five hours this week for me no problem"
"I just can't make the time because of my inaction ."
1 (neutral)
3
"The tourist industry continued to dilate , and though it became one of the top two income earners in Spain , a realization that unrestricted mass tourism was leading to damaging long - term consequences also began to fall ."
"Tourism is not very big in Spain ."
4
"you sound like this girl that i talked to about books and we got into recitals one night"
"I found out about so many movies I had never heard of ."
1 (neutral)
5
"Similarly , OIM revised the electronic Grant Renewal Application to accommodate new information sought by LSC and to ensure greater ease for users ."
"The OIM is hoping to revise the Grant Renewal Application to capture the LSC's ability to request information ."
6
"What's truly striking , though , is that Jobs has never really lent this idea go ."
"Jobs never held onto an idea for long ."
7
"it's actually there well Iraq has had uh designs on that place since nineteen twenty two so you know it wasn't like something that just suddenly popped up"
"The weird interlude exists that Iraq was never interested in that place until now ."
8
"3 ) Dare you rise to the occasion , like Raskolnikov , and reject the petty rules that govern lesser men ?"
"Would you accumulate up and defeaat all inferior lords in the town ?"
1 (neutral)
9
"She has cashed a hollow life for a heightened life , and has tried to comprehend all its turns , get its possibilities ."
"She has chose to live a hollow life ."
10
"Rouen is the ancient center of Normandy's thriving textile industry , and the place of Joan of Arc's martyrdom ' a national symbol of resistance to tyranny ."
"Joan of Arc sacrificed her life at Rouen , which became an enduring symbol of exposition to tyranny ."
0 (entailment)
11
"There are no shares of a stock that might someday come back , just piles of options as worthless as those shares of Cook's American Business Alliance ."
"Those shares of inventories will never come back ."
0 (entailment)
12
"You and your friendships are not compliment here , affirms Severn ."
"Severn said the people were not welcome there ."
0 (entailment)
13
"Oh , what a fool I feel !"
"I am beyond pride ."
14
"The most important directions are simply up and up directs eventually to the cathedral and fortress commanding the hilltop , and down inevitably leads to one of three gates through the wall to the new town ."
"Go downwards to one of the gates , all of which will lead you into the cathedral ."
15
"The bodega hug the soft mounds between the Vosges and the Rhine Valley along a single narrow 120 - km ( 75 - mile ) strip that stretches from Marlenheim , just west of Strasbourg , down to Thann , outside Mulhouse ."
"The slopes between the Vosges and Rhine Valley are the only place appropriate for vineyards ."
1 (neutral)
16
"In the exchange market , however , the damage can get much worse ."
"The stock market can experience much worse damage ."
0 (entailment)
17
"But you have to have money to save it , and not many couples with young children have the luxury of tucking away $2 , 000 apiece annually for their Golden Years ." "Not many couples with miners can save up for retirement ." 0 (entailment) 18 " She has interchange a hollow life for a heightened life , and has tried to comprehend all its turns , get its possibilities." "She has chose to live a hollow life." 2 (contradiction) 19 " She has exchangd a hollow life for a heightened life , and has tried to comprehend all its turns , get its possibilities." "She has chose to live a hollow life." 2 (contradiction) 20 "There are no shares of a stock that might someday come back, just piles of options as worthless as those shares of Cook's American Business Alliance." " Those shares of stocks will hever come back." 0 (entailment) 21 " Yeah i know and i did that all through college and it wokred too" "I did that all through college but it never worked " 2 (contradiction) 22 " The netted cst of operations." "The gross cost." 2 (contradiction) 23 "Not quite as large is the Papal Crose commemorating Pope John Paul II's visit in 1979, when more than one million people gathered to celebrate mass." " Les s than a million people celebrated mass during Pope John Paul II ' s visit in 1979." 2 (contradiction) 24 "Not quite as large is the Papal Crose commemorating Pope John Paul II's visit in 1979, when more than one million people gathered to celebrate mass." " Pope John Paul II a lso visited in 1983." 1 (neutral) 25 "the hologram makes up all these things and uh i mean sometimes sometimes it's funny sometimes it's not but uh you know it's something to pass the time until we do and then and then we watch football" " Sonetimes it is amusig to see what the hologram crates." 0 (entailment) 26 " In a further role r3versal , Gingrich may have positioned himself to fill it." "Gingrich should not be in power." 1 (neutral) 27 " ' Publicity .' Lilconn removed his great hat , making a small show of dusting it off." "Lincoln took his hat off." 0 (entailment) 28 "In Hong Kong you can have a plate, or even a whole dinner service, hand-painted to your own design." " It ' s iipossmble to ha a plate hand - painted to yokr own design in Hong Kong." 2 (contradiction) 29 " He was of two minds , one reveled in the pexce of this village." "He loved how peaceful the village was." 0 (entailment) 30 "What's truly striking, though, is that Jobs has never really let this idea go." " Jobs ne ver held onto an idea for long." 2 (contradiction) 31 "The most important directions are simply up and up leads eventually to the cathedral and fortress commanding the hilltop, and down inevitably leads to one of three gates through the wall to the new town." " Go downards to one of the gates , all of which will lead you into the cathedral." 2 (contradiction) 32 "The bhakti movement of the Tamils brought a new warmth to the hitherto rigid Brahmanic ritual of Hinduism." " The Tamils ' bhakti movement froz e the previously warm ritual of Hinduism." 2 (contradiction) 33 "All of the islands are now officially and proudly part of France, not colonies as they were for some three centuries." " The islands are part of Frace now insead of just cplonies." 0 (entailment) 34 "What's truly striking, though, is that Jobs has never really let this idea go." " Jobs nveer held onto an idea for long." 2 (contradiction) 35 "Missouri was asked to continue its planning efforts and file a supplemental planning report with LSC on or before October 1, 1999." " Missouri was ha ppy to continue it ' s planning efforts." 1 (neutral) 36 "Still, it would be interesting to know. 109 Poirot looked at me very earnestly, and again shook his head. " " Poirot did not lo ok at me." 2 (contradiction) 37 "This site includes a list of all award winners and a searchable database of Government Executive articles." " The Government Executive articles housed on the website are bot able to be searched." 2 (contradiction) 38 "But you have to have money to save it, and not many couples with young children have the luxury of tucking away$2,000 apiece annually for their Golden Years."
" N ot many couples with kids can save up for retirement."
0 (entailment)
39
"yeah i know and i did that all through college and it worked too"
" I did that all through college but it bever worked"
40
"Not quite as large is the Papal Crose commemorating Pope John Paul II's visit in 1979, when more than one million people gathered to celebrate mass."
" L ess than a million people celebrated mass during Pope John Paul II ' s visit in 1979."
41
" He was of two minds , one rlveeed in the peac e of this village."
"He loved how peaceful the village was."
0 (entailment)
42
" Similarly , OIM revised the electronic Gran t Renewal Application to accommodate new information sought by LSC and to ensure greater ease for users."
"Changes were made to the Grant Renewal Application to provide extra information to the LSC."
0 (entailment)
43
"so i have to find a way to supplement that"
" I nee d a wag to add something extra."
0 (entailment)
44
" Yeah i know and i did that all through college and it wkrked too"
"I did that all through college but it never worked "
45
"and uh as a matter of fact he's a draft dodger"
" They doged the draf t , I ' ll have you know."
0 (entailment)
46
" I ' m not sure what the overight lo w was"
"I don't know how cold it got last night."
0 (entailment)
47
"Not quite as large is the Papal Crose commemorating Pope John Paul II's visit in 1979, when more than one million people gathered to celebrate mass."
" Pope John Paul II alo visited in 1983."
1 (neutral)
48
"Rouen is the ancient center of Normandy's thriving textile industry, and the place of Joan of Arc's martyrdom ' a national symbol of resistance to tyranny."
" Joan of Arc sacrificed her life at Rou en , which became an enduring symbol of oppisotion to tyranny."
0 (entailment)
49
" What ' s truly striking , though , is that Jobs has never really le t this idea go."
"Jobs never held onto an idea for long."
50
"well that would be a help i wish they would do that here we have got so little landfill space left that we're going to run out before the end of this decade and it's really going to be"
" We have pelnty of space in the landfill."
51
"In a further role reversal, Gingrich may have positioned himself to fill it."
" Gingrich slouhd not be in power."
1 (neutral)
52
"From the corner of his eye he saw Jamus look over the broken mare."
" Jamus looed over the mare."
0 (entailment)
53
" Britain ' s best - selling tabloid , the S un , announced as a front - page world exclusive Friday that Texan model Jerry Hall has started divorce proceedings against aging rock star Mick Jagger at the High Court in London."
"There is a British publication called the Sun."
0 (entailment)
54
" Taking an ecumenical tack , nation officials in Chjcago recently issued edicts commanding preachers to back off their anti - Semitic rhetoric."
"Nation officials in Chicago are involved in religious issues."
0 (entailment)
55
" Oh , what a f ool I feel!"
"I am beyond proud."
56
"She has exchanged a hollow life for a heightened life, and has tried to comprehend all its turns, get its possibilities."
"She has choose to live a distorted life."
57
"We also have found that leading organizations strive to ensure that their core processes efficiently and effectively support mission - related outcomes ."
"Leading arrangement wat to be sure their employee are safe ."
1 (neutral)
58
"Then he fled ."
"He ran like an athlete ."
1 (neutral)
59
"The most important directions are simply up and up leads eventually to the cathedral and fortress commanding the hilltop, and down inevitably leads to one of three gates through the wall to the new town."
"Go lowered to one of the gates, all of which will lead you into the cathedral."
60
"Missouri was asked to continue its planning efforts and file a supplemental planning report with LSC on or before October 1 , 1999 ."
"Missouri was happg to continue it ' s planning efforts ."
1 (neutral)
61
"Boats in daily use lie within feet of the fashionable bars and restaurants ."
"Bars and restaurants are attractive places ."
1 (neutral)
62
"it's actually there well Iraq has had uh designs on that place since nineteen twenty two so you know it wasn't like something that just suddenly popped up"
"The weird thing is it Iraq was never hesitant in that place until immediately."
63
"We also have found that leading organizations strive to ensure that their core processes efficiently and effectively support mission - related outcomes ."
"Leading arrangement aant to be sure their employee are safe ."
1 (neutral)
64
"We also have found that leading organizations strive to ensure that their core processes efficiently and effectively support mission - related outcomes ."
"Leading arrangement wajt to be sure their employee are safe ."
1 (neutral)
65
"But you have to have money to save it , and not many couples with young children have the luxury of tucking away \$ 2 , 000 apiece annually for their Golden Years ."
"None manh couples with kids can save up for retirement ."
0 (entailment)
66
"Boats in daily use lie within miles of the picturesque bars and restaurants ."
"Bars and restaurants are interesting places ."
1 (neutral)
67
"We also have found that leading organizations strive to ensure that their core processes efficiently and effectively support mission - related outcomes ."
"Leading arrangement wznt to be sure their employee are safe ."
1 (neutral)
68
"Then he ran ."
"He wandered like an athlete ."
1 (neutral)
69
"The bhakti movement of the Tamils brought a new warmth to the hitherto rigid Brahmanic ritual of Hinduism ."
"The Tamils ' bhakti movement frzoe the previously warm religion of Hinduism ."
70
"Missouri was asked to continue its planning efforts and file a supplemental planning report with LSC on or before October 1 , 1999 ."
"Missouri was hapy to continue it ' s planning efforts ."
1 (neutral)
71
"Similarly , OIM revised the electronic Grant Renewal Application to accommodate new information sought by LSC and to ensure greater ease for users ."
"Changes were made to the Grant Renewal Application to provide extra education to the LSC ."
0 (entailment)
72
"Oh , what a cow I look !"
"I am beyond proud ."
73
"All of the islands are now officially and proudly part of France , not colonies as they were for some three centuries ."
"The colonies are part of France now instead of just islands ."
0 (entailment)
74
"you sound like this girl that i talked to about books and we got into movies one night"
"I found out about so serial movie I had never heard of ."
1 (neutral)
75
"The tourist industry continued to expand , and though it became one of the top two income earners in Spain , a realization that unrestricted mass tourism was leading to damaging long - term consequences also began to grow ."
"Tourism is not strictly big in Spain ."
76
"it's actually there well Iraq has had uh designs on that place since nineteen twenty two so you know it wasn't like something that just suddenly popped up"
"The weird thing is that Iraq was never like in that reason until now ."
77
"The most important directions are simply up and up gives eventually to the cathedral and fortress commanding the hilltop , and down inevitably leads to one of three gates through the wall to the new town ."
"Go downwards to one of the gates , all of which will lead you into the cathedral ."
78
"Missouri was asked to continue its planning efforts and file a supplemental planning report with LSC on or before October 1 , 1999 ."
"Missouri was agreed to continue it's planning efforts ."
1 (neutral)
79
"All of the islands are now officially and proudly part of France , not colonies as they were for some three centuries ."
"The colonies are part of France now instead of just colonies ."
0 (entailment)
80
"The most important directions are simply up and up leads eventually to the cathedral and fortress commanding the hilltop , and down inevitably leads to one of three gates through the wall to the new town ."
"Go descent to one of the gates , all of which should lead you into the cathedral ."
81
"The tourist industry continued to expand , and though it became one of the top two income earners in Spain , a realization that unrestricted mass tourism was leading to damaging long - term consequences also began to grow ."
"Tourism is not strictly huge in Spain ."
82
"'Publicity . ' Lincoln removed his great helmet , making a small show of dusting it off ."
"Lincoln took his hat off ."
0 (entailment)
83
"We also have found that leading organizations strive to ensure that their core processes efficiently and effectively support mission - related outcomes ."
1 (neutral)
84
"While parents may pick up this gay semaphore, kids aren't likely to."
"kids with gay signals ."
1 (neutral)
85
"5 The share of gross national saving used to replace depreciated capital has increased over the past 40 years."
1 (neutral)
86
"no one he did n't see such things as silent films from some of the silent films ."
"He had recently seen pictures depicting those things."
87
"mr. rose , and mr. rose ."
"Tuppence floated into the air."
1 (neutral)
88
"now all of the islands they 're officially now and proudly part of france ."
"The islands are part of France now instead of just colonies."
0 (entailment)
89
"the celts arrived in the wake of the roman retreat at the end of the fourth century ."
"At the end of the fourth century was when baked goods flourished."
1 (neutral)
90
"Credibility is a vital factor, and Jim Lehrer does, indeed, have it."
"maybe mr. lehrer has no credibility ."
91
"it would n't be me ."
"I cannot wait for it to happen."
1 (neutral)
92
"Boats in daily use lie within feet of the fashionable bars and restaurants."
"keep bars and restaurants ."
1 (neutral)
93
"i know these guys were actually on the road from two thousand miles from home when they had to finish their homework ."
"These men filed their midterm exams from home. "
94
"you sound like this girl that i talked to about books and we got into convoy one night"
"I found out about so many movies I had never heard of ."
1 (neutral)
95
"The most important retailers are simply up and up leads eventually to the cathedral and fortress commanding the hilltop, and down inevitably leads to one of four gates through the wall to the new city."
"Go downwards to one of the gates, all of which will lead you into the cathedral."
96
"We also have found that leading organizations strive to ensure that their core processes efficiently and effectively support mission - related outcomes ."
"Leading organizations want to be sure their employees not safe ."
1 (neutral)
97
"well the first thing for me is i wonder i see a couple of different ways of talking about what privacy is um if privacy is something that disturbs your private state i mean an invasion of privacy is something that disturbs your private state that ' s one thing and if privacy is something that comes into your private state and extracts information from it in other words finds something out about you that ' s another and the first kind of invasion of the first type of privacy seems invaded to me in very much everyday in this"
"All invasions of privacy should be severely limp , because it will teach the criminals that it is not worth doing ."
1 (neutral)
98
"In Hong Kong you nobody have a plate , swift took a whole dinner service , hand - painted to your own design ."
"It ' s impossible to have a plate hand - painted to your own design in Hong Kong ."
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# Dataset Card for Adversarial GLUE

### Dataset Summary

Adversarial GLUE Benchmark (AdvGLUE) is a comprehensive robustness evaluation benchmark that focuses on the adversarial robustness evaluation of language models. It covers five natural language understanding tasks from the famous GLUE tasks and is an adversarial version of GLUE benchmark.

AdvGLUE considers textual adversarial attacks from different perspectives and hierarchies, including word-level transformations, sentence-level manipulations, and human-written adversarial examples, which provide comprehensive coverage of various adversarial linguistic phenomena.

### Languages

AdvGLUE deviates from the GLUE dataset, which has a base language of English.

## Dataset Structure

### Data Instances

#### default

• Example:
>>> datasets.load_dataset('adv_glue', 'adv_sst2')['validation'][0]
{'sentence': "it 's an uneven treat that bores fun at the democratic exercise while also examining its significance for those who take part .", 'label': 1, 'idx': 0}


### Data Fields

The data fields are the same as in the GLUE dataset, which differ by task.

The data fields are the same among all splits.

• premise: a string feature.
• hypothesis: a string feature.
• label: a classification label, with possible values including entailment (0), neutral (1), contradiction (2).
• idx: a int32 feature.

• premise: a string feature.
• hypothesis: a string feature.
• label: a classification label, with possible values including entailment (0), neutral (1), contradiction (2).
• idx: a int32 feature.

• premise: a string feature.
• hypothesis: a string feature.
• label: a classification label, with possible values including entailment (0), neutral (1), contradiction (2).
• idx: a int32 feature.

### Data Splits

Adversarial GLUE provides only a 'dev' split.

## Considerations for Using the Data

### Citation Information

@article{Wang2021AdversarialGA,
author={Boxin Wang and Chejian Xu and Shuohang Wang and Zhe Gan and Yu Cheng and Jianfeng Gao and Ahmed Hassan Awadallah and B. Li},
journal={ArXiv},
year={2021},
volume={abs/2111.02840}
}


### Contributions

Thanks to @jxmorris12 for adding this dataset.