New Concepts in Natural Language Generation: Planning, Realization and Systems
This book aims to inform researchers with an interest in natural language generation about advances in the field. It is organised around four topics – system architectures, content planning, discourse planning and realisation in linguistic form - and it presents some of the most important works in this area of research.
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algorithm applied approach architecture Artificial Intelligence Bateman Cambridge choose clause communicative goals complex component Computational Linguistics constituent constraints content selection criteria D-structure Dale decisions Denver Nuggets described DIAMOD discourse structure relations domain concepts elements employees entry condition example expert system explanation expressed Fawcett Figure formal Functional Unification Grammar GENESYS grammar group leader Halliday Horacek Hovy inference initial specifications input john Stockton knowledge representation knowledge sources lexemes lexical choice lexicogrammar lexicon Mann McKeown meaning metaclass Meteer mrpt Natural Language natural language processing NIGEL node object ontology operators output plan tree planner problem realization rules reference relevant representation revision rhetorical role San Antonio Spurs semantic sentence Shieber spoken strategies syntactic syntax system networks systemic functional grammar task taxonomy text planning text structure thematic theory thing tion topic types unit utterance verb X-bar theory Zock