New Concepts in Natural Language Generation

New Concepts in Natural Language Generation: Planning, Realization and Systems (2015) .. edited by Helmut Horacek, etc


Introduction Helmut Horacek and Michael Zock

Part I. Content Planning
1. Content Determination and Text Structuring: Two Interrelated Processes Denis Carcagno And Lidija Iordanskaja
2. Explanation Strategies for KADS-Based Expert Systems Michael Sprenger

Part II. Text Planning
3. From Interclausal Relations To Discourse Structure – A Long Way Behind, A Long Way Ahead Eduard Hovy
4. Organising Discourse Structure Relations Using Metafunctions Elisabeth Maier and Eduard Hovy
5. From Constituent Planning To Text Planning Zuzana Krifka-Dobei and Hans-Joachim Novak

Part III. Realization
6. How a Systemic Functional Grammar Works: The Role of Realization in Realization Robin P. Fawcett, Gordon H. Tucker and Yuen Q. Lin
7. Head-Driven Bottom-Up Generation and Government and Binding: A Unified Perspective Fabio Pianesi

Part IV. Systems
8. Decision Making Throughout the Generation Process in The Systems WISBER And DIAMOD
Helmut Horacek
9. A Revision-Based Generation Architecture for Reporting Facts in Their Historical Context Jacques Robin

Part V. Selected Topics
10. The Initial Specifications for Generation
Introduction: Helmut Horacek

A. The Initial Specifications for Generation: Robert Dale
B. ‘Does Natural Language Generation Start From A Specification?’: David D. McDonald
C. Notes on ‘The Initial Specifications for Generation’: Dietmar Rosner
D. On the Generator Input of the Future: Eduard Hovy

11. Lexicalization
Introduction: Ernst Buchberger

A. Is Content Generation A One-Shot Process Or A Cyclical Activity Of Gradual Refinement? The Case of Lexical Choice: Michael Zock
B. Lexical Choice and Lexical Preferences: Ehud Reiter
C. A Holistic View of Lexical Choice: Stephan Busemann
D. Ontology and Lexical Choice: Hans-Joachim Novak