Building natural language generation systems [E-Book] / Ehud Reiter, Robert Dale.
Reiter, Ehud, (author)
Dale, Robert, (author)
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2000
1 online resource (xxi, 248 pages)
englisch
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Studies in natural language processing
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Table of Contents:
  • 1. Introduction
  • 1.1. The Research Perspective
  • 1.2. The Applications Perspective
  • 1.3. Some Example NLG Systems
  • 1.4. A Short History of NLG
  • 1.5. The Structure of This Book
  • 2. National Language Generation in Practice
  • 2.2. When Are NLG Techniques Appropriate?
  • 2.3. Using a Corpus to Determine User Requirements
  • 2.4. Evaluating NLG Systems
  • 2.5. Fielding NLG Systems
  • 3. The Architecture of a Natural Language Generation System
  • 3.2. The Inputs and Outputs of Natural Language Generation
  • 3.3. An Informal Characterisation of the Architecture
  • 3.4. The Architecture and Its Representations
  • 3.5. Other Architectures
  • 4. Document Planning
  • 4.2. Representing Information in the Domain
  • 4.3. Content Determination
  • 4.4. Document Structuring
  • 4.5. Document Planner Architecture
  • 5. Microplanning
  • 5.2. Lexicalisation
  • 5.3. Aggregation
  • 5.4. Generating Referring Expressions
  • 5.5. Limitations and Other Approaches
  • 6. Surface Realisation
  • 6.2. Realising Text Specifications
  • 6.3. Varieties of Phrase Specifications
  • 6.4. KPML
  • 6.5. SURGE
  • 6.6. RealPro
  • 6.7. Choosing a Realiser
  • 6.8. Bidirectional Grammars
  • 7. Beyond Text Generation
  • 7.2. Typography
  • 7.3. Integrating Text and Graphics
  • 7.4. Hypertex
  • 7.5. Speech Output
  • App. NLG Systems Mentioned in This Book.