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Syntactic Generation

abbreviation(s): NLG
definition: 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.
See also the corresponding HLT Survey chapter: http://www.lt-world.org/hlt_survey/ltw-chapter4-2.pdf
related project(s):
  • Hebrew Unification Grammar for Generationn of text (HUGG)
  • A Reference Architecture for Generation Systems (RAGS)
  • Flexible Empiricist/Rationalist Generation Using Syntax (FERGUS)
  • The LKB system (LKB)
  • Dynamic Document Delivery (DDD)
related organisation(s):
  • Microsoft Corporation
  • AT&T Labs Research
  • CoGenTex, Inc.
  • Information Technology Research Institute (ITRI)
  • Language Technology Lab (LT Lab)
  • Macquarie University
  • Columbia University
  • Ben Gurion University
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related system(s) / resource(s):
  • Chart Explainer
related publication(s):

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.