Natural language generation research has been boosted in the past decade by an increased engagement in the problems of constructing coherent and purposeful texts with computers. In the course of this research many linguistic formalisms have been adopted. This book provides a snapshot of the state-of-the-art in natural language. It gathers the leading U.S. and European NLG researchers and sets them in the context of five themes--text planning, linguistic realism, building realization, building descriptions, and connectionist approaches.
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