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Syntactic Generation


Recent Advances in Natural Language Processing.
Ruslan Mitkov and Nicolas Nicolov. John Benjamins.
Current Issues in Linguistic Theory (CILT). 136 474. Amsterdam/Philadelphia. 1997.

Syntactic Generation.
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Generation of a syntactically well-formed natural language utterance from a given representation of its meaning, typically guided by a grammar that encodes the relevant syntactic and semantic constraints.