Realization, also spelled as “realisation,” is a subtask of Natural Language Generation (NLG) which involves taking a syntactic representation of a message or idea and converting it into an actual text in a human language. Realization is the process of generating natural language text from a structured representation, like a formal language or a database. It’s a step in the NLG process that comes after the generation of the structured representation, which is often in the form of a semantic representation or a logical form.
A realizer, also spelled as “realiser,” is a system or tool that is used to perform the task of realization in Natural Language Generation (NLG). It takes a structured representation of a message or idea, such as a formal language or a database, and converts it into an actual text in a natural language, like English or Japanese. A realizer can be a rule-based system, a statistical model, or a neural network-based model. It can also be a standalone tool or a module within a larger NLG system. The realizer uses various techniques like grammar rules, templates, and language models to generate natural language text that is coherent, grammatically correct and semantically appropriate. It is used in various applications such as text generation, chatbot, automated writing, and many more.
- Behavior realizer, also known as a behavior generator, is a system or tool that is used to generate behavior for artificial agents such as robots, virtual characters, and autonomous vehicles. These agents are designed to interact with their environment and perform tasks, and the behavior realizer generates the actions and responses of the agent in response to the environment and user inputs.
- Chart realizer, such as OpenCCG (Open-Source Combinatory Categorial Grammar), is a system that generates sentences in natural language from logical forms as input. Logical forms are a way of representing the meaning of a sentence in a formal, structured way, often using predicate logic.
- DLUs are units of meaning that capture more information than traditional surface-level words, and in DSyntS, the dependency tree is constructed using DLUs as the nodes rather than surface-level words. This representation allows for more accurate understanding of the sentence structure and meaning.
- DSynt stands for “deep syntactic” and it refers to the process of syntactic analysis, which is the process of analyzing the syntactic structure of a sentence. Deep syntactic analysis can be used as a step in the NLG process before the realization, to provide a more accurate and rich representation of the meaning of the text, which can be used as input for the realization process.
- DSyntR stands for “deep syntactic representation” which is a method of representing the syntactic structure of a sentence in a way that captures more linguistic information than a traditional surface-level parse tree. Deep syntactic representation can be used as a rich and accurate representation of the meaning of the text, which can be used as input for the realization process.
- DSyntS stands for “deep syntactic structure” which is a dependency tree that is labeled with deep lexical units (DLUs). Deep syntactic structure can be used as a rich and accurate representation of the meaning of the text, which can be used as input for the realization process.
- Linguistic realizer is a system or tool that generates natural language text from a structured representation of the message or idea. Linguistic realizer takes various forms of input such as logical forms, semantic representation, or formal language and converts it into natural language text that is coherent, grammatically correct, and semantically appropriate. The generated text should be understandable by humans. Linguistic realizers use various techniques such as grammar rules, templates, and language models to produce natural language text. These systems are widely used in natural language generation (NLG) applications such as text generation, chatbots, automated writing, and many more.
- Multimodal realizer is a system or tool that generates both verbal and nonverbal behavior for virtual humans, robots or other artificial agents. The realizer uses a multimodal representation of the behavior, which includes verbal and nonverbal cues such as speech, facial expressions, gestures, and body movements. The realizer generates the behavior in real-time, so the virtual human can interact with the environment and users in a natural and believable way.
- Sentence realizer is a system or tool that generates sentences in natural language from a structured representation, such as syntax or logical forms, as input. Sentence realizer takes various forms of input such as deep syntactic structure, logical forms, semantic representation, or formal language and converts it into natural language text that is coherent, grammatically correct, and semantically appropriate. The generated text should be understandable by humans. Sentence realizers use various techniques such as grammar rules, templates, and language models to produce natural language text. These systems are widely used in natural language generation (NLG) applications such as text generation, chatbots, automated writing, and many more.
- Surface realizer is a system or tool that generates natural language text from abstract, syntactic representations of each sentence. It takes the syntactic structure of a sentence, represented in a formal, abstract way, such as a parse tree or dependency tree, and converts it into a coherent and grammatically correct sentence in a natural language.
- openccg.sourceforge.net .. an open-source realizer with a number of nice features, including the ability to use statistical language models to make realization decisions.
- cogentex.com/technology/realpro .. RealPro is a text generation “engine” that performs syntactic realization — i.e., the transformation of abstract syntactic specifications of natural language sentences (or phrases) into their corresponding surface forms.
- simplenlg.googlecode.com .. a document realizing engine with an API which is intended to be simple to learn and use, and focused on limiting scope to only finding the surface area of a document.
- kpml .. the oldest realizer, which has been under development in different guises since the 1980s.
- cs.bgu.ac.il/surge .. a realiser which was widely used in the 1990s, and is still used in some projects today.
Behavior Realizers | KPML (Komet-Penman Multi-Lingual) | Linguistic Realizers | OpenCCG (OpenNLP CCG Library) | Sentence Generation Module
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Creating an artificially intelligent director (aid) for theatre and virtual environments C Talbot – Proceedings of the 2013 international conference on …, 2013 – dl.acm.org … Keywords Theatre; Director; Artificial Intelligence; Spatial Reason- ing; Natural Language Processing; Machine Learning; Force- Directed Graphs; Rules Engine; Shakespeare; Hamlet; BML Realizer; Agent Reasoning; Agent Planning … Related articles All 4 versions
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From image annotation to image description A Gupta, P Mannem – Neural information processing, 2012 – Springer … Keywords: Natural Language Processing, Knowledge-based Informa- tion Systems, Information Retrieval, Natural Language Generation. … We use SimpleNLG  for this purpose, which is a surface realizer with significant coverage of English syntax and morphology. … Cited by 9 Related articles All 4 versions
Joint Morphological Generation and Syntactic Linearization L Song, Y Zhang, K Song, Q Liu – Twenty-Eighth AAAI …, 2014 – people.sutd.edu.sg … Recent years have witnessed a great success of joint meth- ods on natural language processing problems, such as joint chunking and part-of-speech tagging (Sutton, McCallum, and Rohanimanesh 2007), joint Chinese word segmenta- tion and part-of-speech tagging (Zhang …
Fuzzy linguistic summaries: Where are we, where can we go? B Bouchon-Meunier, G Moyse – Computational Intelligence for …, 2012 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … the selected values. The “tactical component” which consists of micro/macro planner and a surface realizer (like the realization step in SumTime and BT-45 systems, but more detailed), is based on a G- TAG  system. It is … Cited by 4 Related articles All 4 versions
Managing Lexical Ambiguity in the Generation of Referring Expressions IH Khan, M Haleem – International Journal of Intelligent Systems and …, 2013 – mecs-press.org … The problem could arise, however, when a surface realiser would express this formula as the old president. … His areas of research are Natural Language Processing (NLP), particularly Natural Language Generation (NLG), and Evolutionary Computation. … Related articles All 3 versions
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Syntax and Data-to-Text Generation C Gardent – Statistical Language and Speech Processing, 2014 – Springer … Variable names have been abbreviated and the kbgen tuple notation converted to terms so as to fit the input format expected by our surface realiser. Fig. … In: Proceedings of the 2010 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing, pp. 502–512. …
Planning for Social Interaction in a Robot Bartender Domain. RPA Petrick, ME Foster – ICAPS, 2013 – aaai.org … as the main input modality, many of the planner’s actions will correspond to speech acts, which introduces a link to natural language processing. … tion module then translates the RST structure into OpenCCG logical forms, which are sent to the OpenCCG realiser which outputs … Cited by 15 Related articles All 5 versions
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Syntax-based word ordering incorporating a large-scale language model Y Zhang, G Blackwood, S Clark – Proceedings of the 13th Conference of …, 2012 – dl.acm.org Page 1. Proceedings of the 13th Conference of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics, pages 736–746, Avignon, France, April 23 – 27 2012. cO2012 Association for Computational Linguistics … Cited by 3 Related articles All 13 versions
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Generating non-projective word order in statistical linearization B Bohnet, A Björkelund, J Kuhn, W Seeker… – … Language Processing …, 2012 – dl.acm.org Proceedings of the 2012 Joint Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing and Computational Natural Language Learning, pages 928–939, Jeju Island … They use machine-learning techniques to lift edges in a pre- processing step to a surface realizer. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 5 versions
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Generating different story tellings from semantic representations of narrative E Rishes, SM Lukin, DK Elson, MA Walker – Interactive Storytelling, 2013 – Springer … MIT Press (1998) Page 13. 204 E. Rishes et al. 19. Lavoie, B., Rambow, O.: A fast and portable realizer for text generation systems. In: Proceedings of the Third Conference on Applied Natural Language Processing, ANLP 1997, pp. 265–268 (1997) 20. … Cited by 9 Related articles All 5 versions
SFS-TUE: Compound Paraphrasing with a Language Model and Discriminative Reranking Y Versley – Atlanta, Georgia, USA, 2013 – aclweb.org … In a similar fashion, we used a list of verbs and the morphg morphological realizer (Minnen et al., 2001) to extract all occurrences of the patterns “N PREP N”,“Nprep (DET) N” for noun-preposition- noun combinations, and “N that VBZ … Natural Language Processing with Python. … Related articles All 5 versions
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Data-to-text summarisation of patient records: Using computer-generated summaries to access patient histories D Scott, C Hallett, R Fettiplace – Patient education and counseling, 2013 – Elsevier … Natural language processing technology can provide useful tools to support clinical decision-making  and . … The system design of the Report Generator follows a classical NLG pipeline architecture, with a Content Selector, MicroPlanner and Syntactic Realiser . … Cited by 4 Related articles All 8 versions
Stochastic Language Generation in Dialogue using Factored Language Models F Mairesse, S Young – 2014 – MIT Press Page 1. Stochastic Language Generation in Dialogue using Factored Language Models François Mairesse ? University of Cambridge Steve Young ?? University of Cambridge Most previous work on trainable language generation … Related articles
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To what extent does sentence-internal realisation reflect discourse context?: a study on word order S Zarrieß, J Kuhn, A Cahill – Proceedings of the 13th Conference of the …, 2012 – dl.acm.org Page 1. Proceedings of the 13th Conference of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics, pages 767–776, Avignon, France, April 23 – 27 2012. cO2012 Association for Computational Linguistics … Cited by 2 Related articles All 8 versions
Citation handling: Processing citation texts in scientific documents MA Whidby – 2012 – drum.lib.umd.edu … that depends on generic natural language processing components, such as parsers … 1.1 The parse tree for the citation sentence “To get an estimate of how our realiser compares with existing published results, we revisited the test cases discussed in [Carroll et al, 1999] and … Cited by 5 Related articles All 2 versions
Lexical syntax for Arabic SMT H Hassan – Challenges for Arabic Machine Translation, 2012 – books.google.com … The proposed approach deploys three modules in a cascade:(1) a statistical Supertagger,(2) a statistical Operator tagger, and (3) a deterministic Parsing State Realizer. … Given a supertag sti and an operator oi, the state S. is calculated deter- ministically by the State-Realizer. … Related articles All 2 versions
XMG: eXtensible MetaGrammar B Crabbé, D Duchier, C Gardent, J Le Roux… – Computational …, 2013 – MIT Press Cited by 9 Related articles All 16 versions
Joint Video and Text Parsing for Understanding Events and Answering Queries K Tu, M Meng, MW Lee, TE Choe, SC Zhu – MultiMedia, IEEE, 2014 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … causal parsing detects the causal relations between events and fluent changes.30–32 Our work also involves semantic parsing of text descrip- tions, which is related to a variety of semantic parsing approaches studied in the natural language processing community, including … Cited by 1 Related articles All 3 versions
Automatic caption generation for news images Y Feng, M Lapata – Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, …, 2013 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … A multisentence description is generated using a document planner and a surface realizer. … Within natural language processing, most previous efforts have focused on generating captions to accompany complex graphical presentations such as pie charts and bars (eg, , [29 … Cited by 16 Related articles All 11 versions
How emotions affect relations between interlocutors in bad news conversations B van Straalen, D Heylen – Communications Control and …, 2012 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … This holds for the Graphical User Interface (GUI) component and the Behavior realizer component. … a myriad of inter- pretation processes performed by the listener (eg processes that are studied in the fields of Automatic Speech Recogni- tion and Natural language processing). … Related articles
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On Applying Controlled Natural Languages for Ontology Authoring and Semantic Annotation BP Davis – 2013 – vmserver14.nuigalway.ie … annotation tools attempt to ease this knowledge acquisition barrier, their development often requires access to specialists in Natural Language Processing (NLP). This chal- … Dr Paul Buitelaar for being an veritable treasure chest of natural language processing experience. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions
Joint Video and Text Parsing for Understanding Events and Answering Queries K Tu, M Meng, MW Lee, TE Choe, SC Zhu – arXiv preprint arXiv: …, 2013 – arxiv.org Page 1. 1 Joint Video and Text Parsing for Understanding Events and Answering Queries Kewei Tu, Meng Meng, Mun Wai Lee, Tae Eun Choe, Song-Chun Zhu Abstract—We propose a framework for parsing video and text jointly … Related articles All 6 versions
AnCora-UPF: A Multi-Level Annotation of Spanish SMABL Wanner – DepLing 2013, 2013 – aclweb.org … c 2013 Charles University in Prague, Matfyzpress, Prague, Czech Republic AnCora-UPF: A Multi-Level Annotation of Spanish Simon Mille1 Alicia Burga1 Leo Wanner1, 2 1 Natural Language Processing Group, Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona, Spain 2 Institució Catalana … Related articles All 7 versions
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Computation and modeling of information structure M Stede – The Expression of Information Structure, 2012 – books.google.com Page 372. Computation and modeling of information structure Manfred Stede 1. Introduction and overview Generally speaking, research in Computational Linguistics strives to devise models of language processing that are …
Computational generation of referring expressions: A survey E Krahmer, K Van Deemter – Computational Linguistics, 2012 – MIT Press … 2.1 First Beginnings REG can be traced back to the earliest days of Natural Language Processing; Winograd 1972 (Section 8.3.3, Naming Objects and Events), for example, sketches a primitive “incremental” REG algorithm, used in his SHRDLU program. … Cited by 73 Related articles All 12 versions
A real-time architecture for conversational agents B Nooraei – 2012 – wpi.edu … 9 Page 17. From a natural language processing point of view, simultaneity requires an agent to incrementally process the speech input so that it can a) react to whatever has … Arbitrator E n v iro n m e n t Primitive Realizer 1 Primitive Realizer 2 Res 1 Res 2 … Compound Realizer … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions
Perspective-oriented generation of football match summaries: Old tasks, new challenges N Bouayad-Agha, G Casamayor, S Mille… – ACM Transactions on …, 2012 – dl.acm.org … Categories and Subject Descriptors: I.2.7 [Artificial Intelligence]: Natural Language Processing— Language generation General Terms: Human Factors Languages Additional Key Words and Phrases: OWL, content selection, discourse structuring, information structuring … Cited by 7 Related articles
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Summarizing Information Graphics Textually S Demir, S Carberry, KF McCoy – Computational Linguistics, 2012 – MIT Press Cited by 2 Related articles All 6 versions
Virtual agents for the production of linear animations R Damiano, V Lombardo, F Nunnari – Entertainment Computing, 2013 – Elsevier … It allows the description of animated gestures through the composition of both data-driven and procedural animations. It was used to implement a BML realizer, providing all the features needed to accomplish the conversational animation gestures. … Related articles
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Generating Descriptions for Images A Gupta – 2013 – web2py.iiit.ac.in … Prof. Rajeev Sangal has a unique ability to explain even complex things in a very easy and efficient way. I have learnt not only the fundamentals and various applications of Natural Language Processing from him, but also about research and various aspects of life. … Cited by 1 Related articles
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Deep stochastic sentence generation: resources and strategies S Mille – 2014 – tdx.cat … annotation schemes for stochastic sentence realization. This decade saw a significant increase of interest in corpus-based (ie sta- tistical, or stochastic) Natural Language Processing (NLP). These tenden- cies have been reflected …
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[BOOK] Multilingual text generation from structured formal representations D Dannélls – 2013 – gupea.ub.gu.se … In the light of the substantial growth of digital content availability in large structured Web ontology standards, and today’s increasingly wid- espread use of smart phones and small electronic devices, there is a growing need for new natural language processing (NLP) technolo … Related articles All 2 versions
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