Trends in Natural Language Generation - An Artificial Intelligence Perspective: Fourth European Workshop, EWNLG '93, Pisa, Italy, April 28-30, 1993 Selected Papers
Giovanni Adorni, Michael Zock
Springer Science & Business Media, Mar 13, 1996 - Computers - 382 pages
This volume includes revised final versions of the best papers presented at the fourth European Workshop on Natural Language Generation, EWNLG '93, held in Pisa, Italy in April 1993. Out of the 35 papers accepted for presentation at the workshop, 19 were selected for publication in this book.
The papers deal with NLG from different perspectives: linguistics, artificial intelligence, psychology, and engineering. The broad spectrum covered and the outstanding quality of the papers presented are evidence of the remarkable dynamism of the field.
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