currently languagetool always complains about start of the art. According to dict.cc start-of-the-art is an adjective while state of the art is a noun. A sentence like:
“We compare our results to state of the art.”
should be perfectly fine. While the rule is perfect for:
“We present our state-of-the-art solution.”
Unfortunately, I’m unable to create a proper rule for it. I tried to create a rule for state-of-the-art in + NN, but languagetool does detect it as adjective and this will not match: “We compare our results to state-of-the-art.”
Can sb help me with that?