language: en tags: - bart - question - generation - seq2seq datasets: - eqg-race metrics: - bleu - rouge pipeline_tag: text2text-generation widget: - text: >- When you ' re having a holiday , one of the main questions to ask is which hotel or apartment to choose . However , when it comes to France , you have another special choice : treehouses . In France , treehouses are offered to travelers as a new choice in many places . The price may be a little higher , but you do have a chance to _ your childhood memories . Alain Laurens , one of France ' s top treehouse designers , said , ' Most of the people might have the experience of building a den when they were young . And they like that feeling of freedom when they are children . ' Its fairy - tale style gives travelers a special feeling . It seems as if they are living as a forest king and enjoying the fresh air in the morning . Another kind of treehouse is the ' star cube ' . It gives travelers the chance of looking at the stars shining in the sky when they are going to sleep . Each ' star cube ' not only offers all the comfortable things that a hotel provides for travelers , but also gives them a chance to look for stars by using a telescope . The glass roof allows you to look at the stars from your bed .
This model is a sequence-to-sequence question generator with only the context as an input, and generates a question as an output.
It is based on a pretrained
bart-base model, and trained on EQG-RACE corpus.
The model is trained to generate examinations-style multiple choice question.
The model takes context as an input sequence, and will generate a question as an output sequence. The max sequence length is 1024 tokens. Inputs should be organised into the following format:
The input sequence can then be encoded and passed as the
input_ids argument in the model's