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2013 Proceedings of the 14th European Workshop on Natural Language Generation
2012 INLG 2012 Proceedings of the Seventh International Natural Language Generation Conference
2011 Proceedings of the UCNLG+Eval: Language Generation and Evaluation Workshop
Proceedings of the 13th European Workshop on Natural Language Generation
2010 Proceedings of the 6th International Natural Language Generation Conference
2009 Proceedings of the 12th European Workshop on Natural Language Generation (ENLG 2009)
2008 Proceedings of the Fifth International Natural Language Generation Conference
2007 Proceedings of the Eleventh European Workshop on Natural Language Generation (ENLG 07)
Workshop on Multimodal Output Generation
2006 Proceedings of the Fourth International Natural Language Generation Conference
2005 Proceedings of the Tenth European Workshop on Natural Language Generation (ENLG-05)
Computational Models of Natural Argument
Using Corpora for Natural Language Generation
Symposium on Dialog Modeling and Generation
2004 Third International Conference on Natural Language Generation
2003 AAAI Spring Symposium on Natural Language Generation in Spoken and Written Dialogue
Proceedings of the 9th European Workshop on Natural Language Generation (ENLG-2003) at EACL 2003
2002 Proceedings of the International Natural Language Generation Conference
2001 Proceedings of the ACL 2001 Eighth European Workshop on Natural Language Generation (EWNLG)
International workshop on Computational Models of Natural Language Argument
2000 Impacts in Language Generation: NLG Between Technology and Applications
INLG'2000 Proceedings of the First International Conference on Natural Language Generation
1998 Natural Language Generation
1996 Eighth International Natural Language Generation Workshop
Eighth International Natural Language Generation Workshop (Posters and Demonstrations)
1994 Proceedings of the Seventh International Workshop on Natural Language Generation
1990 Proceedings of the Fifth International Workshop on Natural Language Generation

2013

  1. Proceedings of the 14th European Workshop on Natural Language Generation

  2. W13-21 [bib]: Entire Volume
  3. W13-21 [bib]: Front Matter

  4. W13-2101 [bib]: Valerio Basile; Johan Bos
    Aligning Formal Meaning Representations with Surface Strings for Wide-Coverage Text Generation
  5. W13-2102 [bib]: Philipp Cimiano; Janna Lüker; David Nagel; Christina Unger
    Exploiting Ontology Lexica for Generating Natural Language Texts from RDF Data
  6. W13-2103 [bib]: Eva Banik; Eric Kow; Vinay Chaudhri
    User-Controlled, Robust Natural Language Generation from an Evolving Knowledge Base
  7. W13-2104 [bib]: David Howcroft; Crystal Nakatsu; Michael White
    Enhancing the Expression of Contrast in the SPaRKy Restaurant Corpus
  8. W13-2105 [bib]: Claire Gardent; Shashi Narayan
    Generating Elliptic Coordination
  9. W13-2106 [bib]: Gerasimos Lampouras; Ion Androutsopoulos
    Using Integer Linear Programming for Content Selection, Lexicalization, and Aggregation to Produce Compact Texts from OWL Ontologies
  10. W13-2107 [bib]: Dustin Smith; Henry Lieberman
    Generating and Interpreting Referring Expressions as Belief State Planning and Plan Recognition
  11. W13-2108 [bib]: Jette Viethen; Margaret Mitchell; Emiel Krahmer
    Graphs and Spatial Relations in the Generation of Referring Expressions
  12. W13-2109 [bib]: Albert Gatt; Patrizia Paggio
    What and Where: An Empirical Investigation of Pointing Gestures and Descriptions in Multimodal Referring Actions
  13. W13-2110 [bib]: Guy Lapalme
    Natural Language Generation and Summarization at RALI
  14. W13-2111 [bib]: Eva Banik; Claire Gardent; Eric Kow
    The KBGen Challenge
  15. W13-2112 [bib]: Nadjet Bouayad-Agha; Gerard Casamayor; Leo Wanner; Chris Mellish
    Overview of the First Content Selection Challenge from Open Semantic Web Data
  16. W13-2113 [bib]: Pablo Gervás
    Narrative Composition: Achieving the Perceived Linearity of Narrative
  17. W13-2114 [bib]: David Lindberg; Fred Popowich; John Nesbit; Phil Winne
    Generating Natural Language Questions to Support Learning On-Line
  18. W13-2115 [bib]: Dimitra Gkatzia; Helen Hastie; Srinivasan Janarthanam; Oliver Lemon
    Generating Student Feedback from Time-Series Data Using Reinforcement Learning
  19. W13-2116 [bib]: Kokil Jaidka; Christopher Khoo; Jin-Cheon Na
    Deconstructing Human Literature Reviews – A Framework for Multi-Document Summarization
  20. W13-2117 [bib]: Yashar Mehdad; Giuseppe Carenini; Frank Tompa; Raymond T. NG
    Abstractive Meeting Summarization with Entailment and Fusion
  21. W13-2118 [bib]: Ryu Iida; Takenobu Tokunaga
    Automatic Voice Selection in Japanese based on Various Linguistic Information
  22. W13-2119 [bib]: Anne Schneider; Alasdair Mort; Chris Mellish; Ehud Reiter; Phil Wilson; Pierre-Luc Vaudry
    MIME - NLG in Pre-Hospital Care
  23. W13-2120 [bib]: Dale Barr; Kees van Deemter; Raquel Fernandez
    Generation of Quantified Referring Expressions: Evidence from Experimental Data
  24. W13-2121 [bib]: Manex Agirrezabal; Bertol Arrieta; Aitzol Astigarraga; Mans Hulden
    POS-Tag Based Poetry Generation with WordNet
  25. W13-2122 [bib]: Björn Schlünder; Ralf Klabunde
    Greetings Generation in Video Role Playing Games
  26. W13-2123 [bib]: Pablo Duboue
    On the Feasibility of Automatically Describing n-dimensional Objects
  27. W13-2124 [bib]: Frank Schilder; Blake Howald; Ravi Kondadadi
    GenNext: A Consolidated Domain Adaptable NLG System
  28. W13-2125 [bib]: Pierre-Luc Vaudry; Guy Lapalme
    Adapting SimpleNLG for Bilingual English-French Realisation
  29. W13-2126 [bib]: Seniz Demir; Ilknur Durgar El-Kahlout; Erdem Unal
    A Case Study Towards Turkish Paraphrase Alignment
  30. W13-2127 [bib]: Hadi Banaee; Mobyen Uddin Ahmed; Amy Loutfi
    Towards NLG for Physiological Data Monitoring with Body Area Networks
  31. W13-2128 [bib]: Anne Schneider; Alasdair Mort; Chris Mellish; Ehud Reiter; Phil Wilson; Pierre-Luc Vaudry
    MIME- NLG Support for Complex and Unstable Pre-hospital Emergencies
  32. W13-2129 [bib]: Pablo Duboue
    Thoughtland: Natural Language Descriptions for Machine Learning n-dimensional Error Functions
  33. W13-2130 [bib]: Sina Zarriess; Kyle Richardson
    An Automatic Method for Building a Data-to-Text Generator
  34. W13-2131 [bib]: Bikash Gyawali; Claire Gardent
    LOR-KBGEN, A Hybrid Approach To Generating from the KBGen Knowledge-Base
  35. W13-2132 [bib]: Keith Butler; Priscilla Moraes; Ian Tabolt; Kathy McCoy
    Team UDEL KBGen 2013 Challenge
  36. W13-2133 [bib]: Roman Kutlak; Chris Mellish; Kees van Deemter
    Content Selection Challenge - University of Aberdeen Entry
  37. W13-2134 [bib]: Hareen Venigalla; Barbara Di Eugenio
    UIC-CSC: The Content Selection Challenge Entry from the University of Illinois at Chicago

2012

  1. INLG 2012 Proceedings of the Seventh International Natural Language Generation Conference

  2. W12-15 [bib]: Entire Volume
  3. W12-1500 [bib]: Front Matter

  4. W12-1501 [bib]: Kathleen McCoy
    Natural Language Generation and Assistive Technologies
  5. W12-1502 [bib]: James Lester
    Expressive NLG for Next-Generation Learning Environments: Language, Affect, and Narrative
  6. W12-1503 [bib]: Koolen Ruud; Krahmer Emiel; Theune Mariët
    Learning Preferences for Referring Expression Generation: Effects of Domain, Language and Algorithm
  7. W12-1504 [bib]: Kristina Striegnitz; Hendrik Buschmeier; Stefan Kopp
    Referring in Installments: A Corpus Study of Spoken Object References in an Interactive Virtual Environment
  8. W12-1505 [bib]: Nava Tintarev; Yolanda Melero; Somayajulu Sripada; Elizabeth Tait; Rene Van Der Wal; Chris Mellish
    MinkApp: Generating Spatio-temporal Summaries for Nature Conservation Volunteers
  9. W12-1506 [bib]: Leo Wanner; Simon Mille; Bernd Bohnet
    Towards a Surface Realization-Oriented Corpus Annotation
  10. W12-1507 [bib]: Claire Gardent; German Kruszewski
    Generation for Grammar Engineering
  11. W12-1508 [bib]: Alastair Gill; Carsten Brockmann; Jon Oberlander
    Perceptions of Alignment and Personality in Generated Dialogue
  12. W12-1509 [bib]: Nina Dethlefs; Helen Hastie; Verena Rieser; Oliver Lemon
    Optimising Incremental Generation for Spoken Dialogue Systems: Reducing the Need for Fillers
  13. W12-1510 [bib]: Tod Allman; Stephen Beale; Richard Denton
    Linguist's Assistant: A Multi-Lingual Natural Language Generator based on Linguistic Universals, Typologies, and Primitives
  14. W12-1511 [bib]: Allan Third
    "Hidden semantics": what can we learn from the names in an ontology?
  15. W12-1512 [bib]: Dana Dannélls
    On generating coherent multilingual descriptions of museum objects from Semantic Web ontologies
  16. W12-1513 [bib]: Pablo Duboue
    Extractive email thread summarization: Can we do better than He Said She Said?
  17. W12-1514 [bib]: Ahmed El Kholy; Nizar Habash
    Rich Morphology Generation Using Statistical Machine Translation
  18. W12-1515 [bib]: Pamela Jordan; Sandra Katz; Patricia Albacete; Michael Ford; Christine Wilson
    Reformulating student contributions in tutorial dialogue
  19. W12-1516 [bib]: Saad Mahamood; Ehud Reiter
    Working with Clinicians to Improve a Patient-Information NLG System
  20. W12-1517 [bib]: Alessandro Mazzei
    Sign Language Generation with Expert Systems and CCG
  21. W12-1518 [bib]: Tu Anh T. Nguyen; Richard Power; Paul Piwek; Sandra Williams
    Planning Accessible Explanations for Entailments in OWL Ontologies
  22. W12-1519 [bib]: Fred Popowich; Milan Mosny; David Lindberg
    Interactive Natural Language Query Construction for Report Generation
  23. W12-1520 [bib]: Advaith Siddharthan; Matthew Green; Kees van Deemter; Chris Mellish; Rene van der Wal
    Blogging birds: Generating narratives about reintroduced species to promote public engagement
  24. W12-1521 [bib]: Eva Banik; Eric Kow; Nikhil Dinesh; Vinay Chaudri; Umangi Oza
    Natural Language Generation for a Smart Biology Textbook
  25. W12-1522 [bib]: Duo Ding; Florian Metze; Shourabh Rawat; Peter Schulam; Susanne Burger
    Generating Natural Language Summaries for Multimedia
  26. W12-1523 [bib]: Margaret Mitchell; Xufeng Han; Jeff Hayes
    Midge: Generating Descriptions of Images
  27. W12-1524 [bib]: Generation Challenge
    Preface to Papers for GenChal
  28. W12-1525 [bib]: Anja Belz; Bernd Bohnet; Simon Mille; Leo Wanner; Michael White
    The Surface Realisation Task: Recent Developments and Future Plans
  29. W12-1526 [bib]: Eva Banik; Claire Gardent; Donia Scott; Nikhil Dinesh; Fennie Liang
    KBGen – Text Generation from Knowledge Bases as a New Shared Task
  30. W12-1527 [bib]: Nadjet Bouayad-Agha; Gerard Casamayor; Leo Wanner; Chris Mellish
    Content Selection From Semantic Web Data
  31. W12-1528 [bib]: Michael White
    Shared Task Proposal: Syntactic Paraphrase Ranking

2011

  1. Proceedings of the UCNLG+Eval: Language Generation and Evaluation Workshop

  2. W11-27 [bib]: Entire Volume
  3. W11-2700 [bib]: Front Matter

  4. W11-2701 [bib]: Dimitrios Galanis; Ion Androutsopoulos
    A New Sentence Compression Dataset and Its Use in an Abstractive Generate-and-Rank Sentence Compressor
  5. W11-2702 [bib]: Jette Viethen; Robert Dale
    GRE3D7: A Corpus of Distinguishing Descriptions for Objects in Visual Scenes
  6. W11-2703 [bib]: Charles Greenbacker; Sandra Carberry; Kathleen McCoy
    A Corpus of Human-written Summaries of Line Graphs
  7. W11-2704 [bib]: Ehud Reiter
    Task-Based Evaluation of NLG Systems: Control vs Real-World Context
  8. W11-2705 [bib]: Sérgio Curto; Ana Cristina Mendes; Luísa Coheur
    Exploring linguistically-rich patterns for question generation
  9. W11-2706 [bib]: Rajakrishnan Rajkumar; Michael White
    Linguistically Motivated Complementizer Choice in Surface Realization
  10. W11-2707 [bib]: Ann Copestake; Aurélie Herbelot
    Exciting and interesting: issues in the generation of binomials
  11. W11-2708 [bib]: Daniël de Kok
    Discriminative features in reversible stochastic attribute-value grammars
  12. Proceedings of the 13th European Workshop on Natural Language Generation

  13. W11-28 [bib]: Entire Volume
  14. W11-2800 [bib]: Front Matter

  15. W11-2801 [bib]: Oliver Lemon
    Talkin' bout a revolution (statistically speaking) [Invited Talk]
  16. W11-2802 [bib]: Advaith Siddharthan
    Text Simplification using Typed Dependencies: A Comparision of the Robustness of Different Generation Strategies
  17. W11-2803 [bib]: Saad Mahamood; Ehud Reiter
    Generating Affective Natural Language for Parents of Neonatal Infants
  18. W11-2804 [bib]: Rahul Sambaraju; Ehud Reiter; Robert Logie; Andy Mckinlay; Chris McVittie; Albert Gatt; Cindy Sykes
    What is in a text and what does it do: Qualitative Evaluations of an NLG system – the BT-Nurse – using content analysis and discourse analysis
  19. W11-2805 [bib]: Christian Chiarcos
    Evaluating Salience Metrics for the Context-Adequate Realization of Discourse Referents
  20. W11-2806 [bib]: Henriette Viethen; Robert Dale; Markus Guhe
    The Impact of Visual Context on the Content of Referring Expressions
  21. W11-2807 [bib]: Ielka Van Der Sluis; Saturnino Luz
    A Cross-Linguistic Study on the Production of Multimodal Referring Expressions in Dialogue
  22. W11-2808 [bib]: Margaret Mitchell; Kees Van Deemter; Ehud Reiter
    Two Approaches for Generating Size Modifiers
  23. W11-2809 [bib]: Jeff Orkin
    Using Online Games to Capture, Generate, and Understand Natural Language [Invited Talk]
  24. W11-2810 [bib]: Nadjet Bouayad-Agha; Gerard Casamayor; Leo Wanner
    Content selection from an ontology-based knowledge base for the generation of football summaries
  25. W11-2811 [bib]: Richard Power
    Deriving rhetorical relationships from semantic content
  26. W11-2812 [bib]: Albert Gatt; François Portet
    If it may have happened before, it happened, but not necessarily before
  27. W11-2813 [bib]: Verena Rieser; Simon Keizer; Oliver Lemon; Xingkun Liu
    Adaptive Information Presentation for Spoken Dialogue Systems: Evaluation with real users
  28. W11-2814 [bib]: Nina Dethlefs; Heriberto Cuayáhuitl
    Combining Hierarchical Reinforcement Learning and Bayesian Networks for Natural Language Generation in Situated Dialogue
  29. W11-2815 [bib]: Konstantina Garoufi; Alexander Koller
    Combining symbolic and corpus-based approaches for the generation of successful referring expressions
  30. W11-2816 [bib]: Johanna D. Moore
    Language Generation for Spoken Dialogue Systems [Invited Talk]
  31. W11-2817 [bib]: Marcel Bollmann
    Adapting SimpleNLG to German
  32. W11-2818 [bib]: Laurence Danlos; Frédéric Meunier; Vanessa Combet
    EasyText: an Operational NLG System
  33. W11-2819 [bib]: Valerio Basile; Johan Bos
    Towards Generating Text from Discourse Representation Structures
  34. W11-2820 [bib]: Thomas Bouttaz; Edoardo Pignotti; Chris Mellish; Peter Edwards
    A Policy-Based Approach to Context Dependent Natural Language Generation
  35. W11-2821 [bib]: Sandra Williams; Allan Third; Richard Power
    Levels of organisation in ontology verbalisation
  36. W11-2822 [bib]: Diana Trandabât
    Using semantic roles to improve summaries
  37. W11-2823 [bib]: Alessandro Mazzei
    Building a Generator for Italian Sign Language
  38. W11-2824 [bib]: Andrew Walker; Advaith Siddharthan; Andrew Starkey
    Investigation into Human Preference between Common and Unambiguous Lexical Substitutions
  39. W11-2825 [bib]: Saturnino Luz; Ielka Van Der Sluis
    Production of Demonstratives in Dutch, English and Portuguese Dialogues
  40. W11-2826 [bib]: Fadi Abu Sheikha; Diana Inkpen
    Generation of Formal and Informal Sentences
  41. W11-2827 [bib]: Michael White
    Glue Rules for Robust Chart Realization
  42. W11-2828 [bib]: François Lareau; Mark Dras; Robert Dale
    Detecting Interesting Event Sequences for Sports Reporting
  43. W11-2829 [bib]: Anja Belz; Albert Gatt; Alexander Koller; Kristina Striegnitz
    Generation Challenges 2011 Preface
  44. W11-2830 [bib]: Srini Janarthanam; Oliver Lemon
    The GRUVE Challenge: Generating Routes under Uncertainty in Virtual Environments
  45. W11-2831 [bib]: Pablo Gervás; Miguel Ballesteros
    A Proposal for a Spanish Surface Realization Shared Task
  46. W11-2832 [bib]: Anja Belz; Mike White; Dominic Espinosa; Eric Kow; Deirdre Hogan; Amanda Stent
    The First Surface Realisation Shared Task: Overview and Evaluation Results
  47. W11-2833 [bib]: Yuqing Guo; Deirdre Hogan; Josef van Genabith
    DCU at Generation Challenges 2011 Surface Realisation Track
  48. W11-2834 [bib]: Amanda Stent
    ATT-0: Submission to Generation Challenges 2011 Surface Realization Shared Task
  49. W11-2835 [bib]: Bernd Bohnet; Simon Mille; Benoît Favre; Leo Wanner
    StuMaBa : From Deep Representation to Surface
  50. W11-2836 [bib]: Rajakrishnan Rajkumar; Dominic Espinosa; Michael White
    The OSU System for Surface Realization at Generation Challenges 2011
  51. W11-2837 [bib]: Pablo Gervás
    UCM Submission to the Surface Realization Challenge
  52. W11-2838 [bib]: Robert Dale; Adam Kilgarriff
    Helping Our Own: The HOO 2011 Pilot Shared Task
  53. W11-2839 [bib]: Pinaki Bhaskar; Aniruddha Ghosh; Santanu Pal; Sivaji Bandyopadhyay
    May I check the English of your paper!!!
  54. W11-2840 [bib]: Elitza Ivanova; Delphine Bernhard; Cyril Grouin
    Handling Outlandish Occurrences: Using Rules and Lexicons for Correcting NLP Articles
  55. W11-2841 [bib]: Daniel Dahlmeier; Hwee Tou Ng; Thanh Phu Tran
    NUS at the HOO 2011 Pilot Shared Task
  56. W11-2842 [bib]: Torsten Zesch
    Helping Our Own 2011: UKP Lab System Description
  57. W11-2843 [bib]: Alla Rozovskaya; Mark Sammons; Joshua Gioja; Dan Roth
    University of Illinois System in HOO Text Correction Shared Task
  58. W11-2844 [bib]: Adriane Boyd; Detmar Meurers
    Data-Driven Correction of FunctionWords in Non-Native English
  59. W11-2845 [bib]: Kristina Striegnitz; Alexandre Denis; Andrew Gargett; Konstantina Garoufi; Alexander Koller; Mariët Theune
    Report on the Second Second Challenge on Generating Instructions in Virtual Environments (GIVE-2.5)
  60. W11-2846 [bib]: Bob Duncan; Kees van Deemter
    Direction giving: an attempt to increase user engagement
  61. W11-2847 [bib]: Nina Dethlefs
    The Bremen System for the GIVE-2.5 Challenge
  62. W11-2848 [bib]: David Nicolás Racca; Luciana Benotti; Pablo Duboue
    The GIVE-2.5 C Generation System
  63. W11-2849 [bib]: Luciana Benotti; Alexandre Denis
    CL system: Giving instructions by corpus based selection
  64. W11-2850 [bib]: Alexandre Denis
    The Loria Instruction Generation System L in GIVE 2.5
  65. W11-2851 [bib]: Konstantina Garoufi; Alexander Koller
    The Potsdam NLG systems at the GIVE-2.5 Challenge
  66. W11-2852 [bib]: Saskia Akkersdijk; Marin Langenbach; Frieder Loch; Mariët Theune
    The Thumbs Up! Twente system for GIVE 2.5
  67. W11-2853 [bib]: Vasile Rus; Brendan Wyse; Paul Piwek; Mihai Lintean; Svetlana Stoyanchev; Cristian Moldovan
    Question Generation Shared Task and Evaluation Challenge – Status Report

2010

  1. Proceedings of the 6th International Natural Language Generation Conference

  2. W10-42: Entire Volume
  3. W10-4200: Front Matter

  4. W10-4201: Anja Belz; Eric Kow
    Comparing Rating Scales and Preference Judgements in Language Evaluation
  5. W10-4202: Seniz Demir; Sandra Carberry; Kathleen F. McCoy
    A Discourse-Aware Graph-Based Content-Selection Framework
  6. W10-4203: Alexandre Denis
    Generating Referring Expressions with Reference Domain Theory
  7. W10-4204: Nina Dethlefs; Heriberto Cuayahuitl
    Hierarchical Reinforcement Learning for Adaptive Text Generation
  8. W10-4205: David Elson; Kathleen McKeown
    Tense and Aspect Assignment in Narrative Discourse
  9. W10-4206: Albert Gatt; Francois Portet
    Textual Properties and Task-based Evaluation: Investigating the Role of Surface Properties, Structure and Content
  10. W10-4207: Manuel Giuliani; Mary Ellen Foster; Amy Isard; Colin Matheson; Jon Oberlander; Alois Knoll
    Situated Reference in a Hybrid Human-Robot Interaction System
  11. W10-4208: Chris Mellish
    Towards a Programmable Instrumented Generator
  12. W10-4209: Chris Mellish
    Using Semantic Web Technology to Support NLG. Case Study: OWL finds RAGS
  13. W10-4210: Margaret Mitchell; Kees van Deemter; Ehud Reiter
    Natural Reference to Objects in a Visual Domain
  14. W10-4211: Gabriel Murray; Giuseppe Carenini; Raymond Ng
    Generating and Validating Abstracts of Meeting Conversations: a User Study
  15. W10-4212: Yuan Ren; Kees van Deemter; Jeff Z. Pan
    Charting the Potential of Description Logic for the Generation of Referring Expressions
  16. W10-4213: Advaith Siddharthan
    Complex Lexico-syntactic Reformulation of Sentences Using Typed Dependency Representations
  17. W10-4214: Philipp Spanger; Ryu Iida; Takenobu Tokunaga; Asuka Terai; Naoko Kuriyama
    Towards an Extrinsic Evaluation of Referring Expressions in Situated Dialogs
  18. W10-4215: Svetlana Stoyanchev; Paul Piwek
    Harvesting Re-usable High-level Rules for Expository Dialogue Generation
  19. W10-4216: Daniël de Kok
    Feature Selection for Fluency Ranking
  20. W10-4217: Anja Belz; Eric Kow
    Extracting Parallel Fragments from Comparable Corpora for Data-to-text Generation
  21. W10-4218: Maximiliano Cristià; Brian Plüss
    Generating Natural Language Descriptions of Z Test Cases
  22. W10-4219: Dana Dannélls
    Applying Semantic Frame Theory to Automate Natural Language Template Generation From Ontology Statements
  23. W10-4220: David McDonald; Charlie Greenbacker
    'If you've heard it, you can say it' - Towards an Account of Expressibility
  24. W10-4221: Mariet Theune; Ruud Koolen; Emiel Krahmer
    Cross-linguistic Attribute Selection for REG: Comparing Dutch and English
  25. W10-4222: Sandra Williams; Richard Power
    Grouping Axioms for More Coherent Ontology Descriptions
  26. W10-4223: Sander Wubben; Antal van den Bosch; Emiel Krahmer
    Paraphrase Generation as Monolingual Translation: Data and Evaluation
  27. W10-4224: Hendrik Zender; Christopher Koppermann; Fai Greeve; Geert-Jan Kruijff
    Anchor-Progression in Spatially Situated Discourse: a Production Experiment
  28. W10-4225: Anja Belz; Albert Gatt; Alexander Koller
    Generation Challenges 2010 Preface
  29. W10-4226: Anja Belz; Eric Kow
    The GREC Challenges 2010: Overview and Evaluation Results
  30. W10-4227: Guillaume Bouchard
    Named Entity Generation Using Sampling-based Structured Prediction
  31. W10-4228: Éric Charton; Michel Gagnon; Benoit Ozell
    Poly-co: An Unsupervised Co-reference Detection System
  32. W10-4229: Amitava Das; Tanik Saikh; Tapabrata Mondal; Sivaji Bandyopadhyay
    JU_CSE_GREC10: Named Entity Generation at GREC 2010
  33. W10-4230: Benoit Favre; Bernd Bohnet
    The UMUS System for Named Entity Generation at GREC 2010
  34. W10-4231: Charles Greenbacker; Nicole Sparks; Kathleen McCoy; Che-Yu Kuo
    UDel: Refining a Method of Named Entity Generation
  35. W10-4232: Nicole Sparks; Charles Greenbacker; Kathleen McCoy; Che-Yu Kuo
    UDel: Named Entity Recognition and Reference Regeneration from Surface Text
  36. W10-4233: Alexander Koller; Kristina Striegnitz; Andrew Gargett; Donna Byron; Justine Cassell; Robert Dale; Johann Moore; Jon Oberlander
    Report on the Second NLG Challenge on Generating Instructions in Virtual Environments (GIVE-2)
  37. W10-4234: Vasile Rus; Brendan Wyse; Paul Piwek; Mihai Lintean; Svetlana Stoyanchev; Christian Moldovan
    The First Question Generation Shared Task Evaluation Challenge
  38. W10-4235: Oliver Lemon; Srini Janarthanam; Verena Rieser
    Generation Under Uncertainty
  39. W10-4236: Robert Dale; Adam Kilgarriff
    Helping Our Own: Text Massaging for Computational Linguistics as a New Shared Task
  40. W10-4237: Anja Belz; Mike White; Josef van Genabith; Deirdre Hogan; Amanda Stent
    Finding Common Ground: Towards a Surface Realisation Shared Task
  41. W10-4238: Author Index

2009

  1. Proceedings of the 12th European Workshop on Natural Language Generation (ENLG 2009)

  2. W09-06 [bib]: Entire Volume
  3. W09-0600 [bib]: Front Matter

  4. W09-0601 [bib]: Ehud Reiter; Ross Turner; Norman Alm; Rolf Black; Martin Dempster; Annalu Waller
    Using NLG to Help Language-Impaired Users Tell Stories and Participate in Social Dialogues
  5. W09-0602 [bib]: Richard Power
    Towards a Generation-Based Semantic Web Authoring Tool
  6. W09-0603 [bib]: Anja Belz; Eric Kow
    System Building Cost vs. Output Quality in Data-to-Text Generation
  7. W09-0604 [bib]: Erwin Marsi; Emiel Krahmer; Iris Hendrickx; Walter Daelemans
    Is Sentence Compression an NLG task?
  8. W09-0605 [bib]: Regina Barzilay
    Probabilistic Approaches for Modeling Text Structure and their Application to Text-to-Text Generation (Invited Talk)
  9. W09-0606 [bib]: Monique Rolbert; Pascal Préa
    Distinguishable Entities: Definitions and Properties
  10. W09-0607 [bib]: Ross Turner; Yaji Sripada; Ehud Reiter
    Generating Approximate Geographic Descriptions
  11. W09-0608 [bib]: Margaret Mitchell
    Class-Based Ordering of Prenominal Modifiers
  12. W09-0609 [bib]: Robert Dale; Jette Viethen
    Referring Expression Generation through Attribute-Based Heuristics
  13. W09-0610 [bib]: Daniel Dionne; Salvador de la Puente; Carlos León; Pablo Gervás; Raquel Hervás
    A Model for Human Readable Instruction Generation Using Level-Based Discourse Planning and Dynamic Inference of Attributes
  14. W09-0611 [bib]: Srinivasan Janarthanam; Oliver Lemon
    Learning Lexical Alignment Policies for Generating Referring Expressions for Spoken Dialogue Systems
  15. W09-0612 [bib]: Hendrik Buschmeier; Kirsten Bergmann; Stefan Kopp
    An Alignment-Capable Microplanner for Natural Language Generation
  16. W09-0613 [bib]: Albert Gatt; Ehud Reiter
    SimpleNLG: A Realisation Engine for Practical Applications
  17. W09-0614 [bib]: Srinivasan Janarthanam; Oliver Lemon
    A Wizard-of-Oz Environment to Study Referring Expression Generation in a Situated Spoken Dialogue Task
  18. W09-0615 [bib]: Imtiaz Hussain Khan; Kees van Deemter; Graeme Ritchie; Albert Gatt; Alexandra A. Cleland
    A Hearer-Oriented Evaluation of Referring Expression Generation
  19. W09-0616 [bib]: Ralf Klabunde
    Towards a Game-Theoretic Approach to Content Determination
  20. W09-0617 [bib]: Niels Schütte
    Generating Natural Language Descriptions of Ontology Concepts
  21. W09-0618 [bib]: Philipp Spanger; Yasuhara Masaaki; Iida Ryu; Takenobu Tokunaga
    A Japanese Corpus of Referring Expressions Used in a Situated Collaboration Task
  22. W09-0619 [bib]: Martin I. Tietze; Andi Winterboer; Johanna Moore
    The Effect of Linguistic Devices in Information Presentation Messages on Recall and Comprehension
  23. W09-0620 [bib]: Sandra Williams; Richard Power
    Precision and Mathematical Form in First and Subsequent Mentions of Numerical Facts and their Relation to Document Structure
  24. W09-0621 [bib]: Sander Wubben; Antal van den Bosch; Emiel Krahmer; Erwin Marsi
    Clustering and Matching Headlines for Automatic Paraphrase Acquisition
  25. W09-0622 [bib]: Hendrik Zender; Geert-Jan M. Kruijff; Ivana Kruijff-Korbayova
    A Situated Context Model for Resolution and Generation of Referring Expressions
  26. W09-0623 [bib]: Colin Kelly; Ann Copestake; Nikiforos Karamanis
    Investigating Content Selection for Language Generation using Machine Learning
  27. W09-0624 [bib]: Karin Harbusch; Gerard Kempen
    Generating Clausal Coordinate Ellipsis Multilingually: A Uniform Approach Based on Postediting
  28. W09-0625 [bib]: Ielka van der Sluis; Chris Mellish
    Towards Empirical Evaluation of Affective Tactical NLG
  29. W09-0626 [bib]: Kees van Deemter
    What Game Theory Can Do for NLG: The Case of Vague Language (Invited Talk)
  30. W09-0627 [bib]: Anja Belz; Albert Gatt
    Generation Challenges 2009: Preface
  31. W09-0628 [bib]: Donna Byron; Alexander Koller; Kristina Striegnitz; Justine Cassell; Robert Dale; Johanna Moore; Jon Oberlander
    Report on the First NLG Challenge on Generating Instructions in Virtual Environments (GIVE)
  32. W09-0629 [bib]: Albert Gatt; Anja Belz; Eric Kow
    The TUNA-REG Challenge 2009: Overview and Evaluation Results
  33. W09-0630 [bib]: Ivo Brugman; Mariët Theune; Emiel Krahmer; Jette Viethen
    Realizing the Costs: Template-Based Surface Realisation in the GRAPH Approach to Referring Expression Generation
  34. W09-0631 [bib]: Bernd Bohnet
    Generation of Referring Expression with an Individual Imprint
  35. W09-0632 [bib]: Raquel Hervás; Pablo Gervás
    Evolutionary and Case-Based Approaches to REG: NIL-UCM-EvoTAP, NIL-UCM-ValuesCBR and NIL-UCM-EvoCBR
  36. W09-0633 [bib]: Diego Jesus de Lucena; Ivandré Paraboni
    USP-EACH: Improved Frequency-based Greedy Attribute Selection
  37. W09-0634 [bib]: Kotaro Funakoshi; Philipp Spanger; Mikio Nakano; Takenobu Tokunaga
    A Probabilistic Model of Referring Expressions for Complex Objects

2008

  1. Proceedings of the Fifth International Natural Language Generation Conference

  2. W08-1100: Front Matter

  3. W08-1101: Shari R. Speer; Kiwako Ito
    Prominence and Phrasing in Spoken Discourse Processing
  4. W08-1102: Matthew Stone
    Language, Embodiment and Social Intelligence
  5. W08-1103: Seniz Demir; Sandra Carberry; Kathleen McCoy
    Generating Textual Summaries of Bar Charts
  6. W08-1104: Ross Turner; Somayajulu Sripada; Ehud Reiter; Ian Davy
    Using Spatial Reference Frames to Generate Grounded Textual Summaries of Georeferenced Data
  7. W08-1105: Katja Filippova; Michael Strube
    Dependency Tree Based Sentence Compression
  8. W08-1106: Giuseppe Carenini; Jackie C. K. Cheung
    Extractive vs. NLG-based Abstractive Summarization of Evaluative Text: The Effect of Corpus Controversiality
  9. W08-1107: Carlos Areces; Alexander Koller; Kristina Striegnitz
    Referring Expressions as Formulas of Description Logic
  10. W08-1108: Albert Gatt; Anja Belz
    Attribute Selection for Referring Expression Generation: New Algorithms and Evaluation Methods
  11. W08-1109: Jette Viethen; Robert Dale
    The Use of Spatial Relations in Referring Expression Generation
  12. W08-1110: Ielka van der Sluis; Chris Mellish
    Using Tactical NLG to Induce Affective States: Empirical Investigations
  13. W08-1111: David DeVault; David Traum; Ron Artstein
    Practical Grammar-Based NLG from Examples
  14. W08-1112: Yuqing Guo; Haifeng Wang; Josef van Genabith
    Accurate and Robust LFG-Based Generation for Chinese
  15. W08-1113: Mary Ellen Foster
    Automated Metrics That Agree With Human Judgements On Generated Output for an Embodied Conversational Agent
  16. W08-1114: Xin Lu; Barbara Di Eugenio; Stellan Ohlsson; Davide Fossati
    Simple but effective feedback generation to tutor abstract problem solving
  17. W08-1115: Kavita Thomas; Yaji Sripada
    What's In a Message? Interpreting Geo-referenced Data for the Visually-impaired
  18. W08-1116: Mick O'Donnell
    Evolving Questions in Text Planning
  19. W08-1117: Ivana Kruijff-Korbayova; Ciprian Gerstenberger; Olga Kukina; Jan Schehl
    The Effect of Dialogue System Output Style Variation on Users' Evaluation Judgments and Input Style
  20. W08-1118: Feikje Hielkema; Chris Mellish; Peter Edwards
    Evaluating an Ontology-Driven WYSIWYM Interface
  21. W08-1119: Ehud Reiter; Albert Gatt; Francois Portet; Marian van der Meulen
    The Importance of Narrative and Other Lessons from an Evaluation of an NLG System that Summarises Clinical Data
  22. W08-1120: Mary Dee Harris
    Building a Large-scale Commercial NLG System for an EMR
  23. W08-1121: Raquel Hervás; Pablo Gervás
    Degree of Abstraction in Referring Expression Generation and its Relation with the Construction of the Contrast Set
  24. W08-1122: Deirdre Hogan; Jennifer Foster; Joachim Wagner; Josef van Genabith
    Parser-Based Retraining for Domain Adaptation of Probabilistic Generators
  25. W08-1123: Matthew Marge; Amy Isard; Johanna Moore
    Creation of a New Domain and Evaluation of Comparison Generation in a Natural Language Generation System
  26. W08-1124: Alice Oh; Howard Shrobe
    Generating Baseball Summaries from Multiple Perspectives by Reordering Content
  27. W08-1125: Keith Vander Linden
    A Dynamic Programming Approach to Document Length Constraints
  28. W08-1126: Anja Belz; Albert Gatt
    REG Challenge Preface
  29. W08-1127: Anja Belz; Eric Kow; Jette Viethen; Albert Gatt
    The GREC Challenge 2008: Overview and Evaluation Results
  30. W08-1128: Bernd Bohnet
    IS-G: The Comparison of Different Learning Techniques for the Selection of the Main Subject References
  31. W08-1129: Iris Hendrickx; Walter Daelemans; Kim Luyckx; Roser Morante; Vincent Van Asch
    CNTS: Memory-Based Learning of Generating Repeated References
  32. W08-1130: Emily Jamison; Dennis Mehay
    OSU-2: Generating Referring Expressions with a Maximum Entropy Classifier
  33. W08-1131: Albert Gatt; Anja Belz; Eric Kow
    The TUNA Challenge 2008: Overview and Evaluation Results
  34. W08-1132: Bernd Bohnet
    The Fingerprint of Human Referring Expressions and their Surface Realization with Graph Transducers (IS-FP, IS-GT, IS-FP-GT)}
  35. W08-1133: Giuseppe Di Fabbrizio; Amanda J. Stent; Srinivas Bangalore
    Referring Expression Generation Using Speaker-based Attribute Selection and Trainable Realization (ATTR)
  36. W08-1134: Pablo Gervás; Raquel Hervás; Carlos León
    NIL-UCM: Most-Frequent-Value-First Attribute Selection and Best-Scoring-Choice Realization
  37. W08-1135: Diego Jesus de Lucena; Ivandré Paraboni
    USP-EACH Frequency-based Greedy Attribute Selection for Referring Expressions Generation
  38. W08-1136: John D. Kelleher; Brian Mac Namee
    Referring Expression Generation Challenge 2008 DIT System Descriptions (DIT-FBI, DIT-TVAS, DIT-CBSR, DIT-RBR, DIT-FBI-CBSR, DIT-TVAS-RBR)
  39. W08-1137: Josh King
    OSU-GP: Attribute Selection Using Genetic Programming
  40. W08-1138: Emiel Krahmer; Mariët Theune; Jette Viethen; Iris Hendrickx
    GRAPH: The Costs of Redundancy in Referring Expressions
  41. W08-1139: Sibabrata Paladhi; Sivaji Bandyopadhyay
    JU-PTBSGRE: GRE Using Prefix Tree Based Structure
  42. W08-1140: Daniel Bastos Pereira; Ivandré Paraboni
    From TUNA Attribute Sets to Portuguese Text: a First Report
  43. W08-1141: Author Index

2007

  1. Proceedings of the Eleventh European Workshop on Natural Language Generation (ENLG 07)

  2. W07-23 [bib]: Entire Volume
  3. W07-2300: Front Matter

  4. W07-2301 [bib]: Kristiina Jokinen
    Quality of Service and Communicative Competence in NLG Evaluation
  5. W07-2302 [bib]: Anja Belz; Sebastian Varges
    Generation of repeated references to discourse entities
  6. W07-2303 [bib]: Aoife Cahill; Martin Forst; Christian Rohrer
    Stochastic Realisation Ranking for a Free Word Order Language
  7. W07-2304 [bib]: Roger Evans; David Weir; John Carroll; Daniel Paiva; Anja Belz
    Modelling control in generation
  8. W07-2305 [bib]: Mary Ellen Foster; Michael White
    Avoiding Repetition in Generated Text
  9. W07-2306 [bib]: Claire Gardent; Eric Kow
    Spotting Overgeneration Suspects
  10. W07-2307 [bib]: Albert Gatt; Ielka van der Sluis; Kees vanDeemter
    Evaluating algorithms for the Generation of Referring Expressions using a balanced corpus
  11. W07-2308 [bib]: Swati Gupta; Marilyn Walker; Daniela Romano
    Generating Politeness in Task Based Interaction: An Evaluation of the Effect of Linguistic Form and Culture
  12. W07-2309 [bib]: Karin Harbusch; Camiel van Breugel; Ulrich Koch; Gerard Kempen
    Interactive sentence combining and paraphrasing in support of integrated writing and grammar instruction: A new application area for natural language sentence generators
  13. W07-2310 [bib]: Feikje Hielkema; Chris Mellish; Peter Edwards
    Using WYSIWYM to Create an Open-ended Interface for the Semantic Grid
  14. W07-2311 [bib]: Ralf Klabunde
    Lexical choice of modal expressions
  15. W07-2312 [bib]: Nitin Madnani; Rebecca Passonneau; Necip Fazil Ayan; John Conroy; Bonnie Dorr; Judith Klavans; Dianne O'Leary; Judith Schlesinger
    Measuring Variability in Sentence Ordering for News Summarization
  16. W07-2313 [bib]: Clara Mancini; Christian Pietsch; Donia Scott
    Visualising Discourse Structure in Interactive Documents
  17. W07-2314 [bib]: Richard Power
    Abstract verbs
  18. W07-2315 [bib]: Ehud Reiter
    An Architecture for Data-to-Text Systems
  19. W07-2316 [bib]: Xiantang Sun; Chris Mellish
    An Experiment on "Free Generation" from Single RDF Triples
  20. W07-2317 [bib]: Mariet Theune; Nanda Slabbers; Feikje Hielkema
    The Narrator: NLG for digital storytelling
  21. W07-2318 [bib]: Jette Viethen; Robert Dale
    Capturing Acceptable Variation in Distinguishing Descriptions
  22. W07-2319 [bib]: Charles Callaway; Johanna Moore
    Determining tutorial remediation strategies from a corpus of human-human tutoring dialogues
  23. W07-2320 [bib]: Debora Field; Allan Ramsay
    Deep-reasoning-centred Dialogue
  24. W07-2321 [bib]: Katja Filippova; Michael Strube
    Extending the Entity-grid Coherence Model to Semantically Related Entities
  25. W07-2322 [bib]: Dimitrios Galanis; Ion Androutsopoulos
    Generating Multilingual Descriptions from Linguistically Annotated OWL Ontologies: the NaturalOWL System
  26. W07-2323 [bib]: David Hardcastle
    Cryptic Crossword Clues: Generating Text with a Hidden Meaning
  27. W07-2324 [bib]: Thomas Kleinbauer; Stephanie Becker; Tilman Becker
    Combining Multiple Information Layers for the Automatic Generation of Indicative Meeting Abstracts
  28. W07-2325 [bib]: Saad Mahamood; Ehud Reiter; Chris Mellish
    A Comparison of Hedged and Non-hedged NLG Texts
  29. W07-2326 [bib]: Manon Penning; Mariet Theune
    Cueing the Virtual Storyteller: Analysis of cue phrase usage in fairy tales
  30. W07-2327 [bib]: Kavita Thomas; Somayajulu Sripada
    Atlas.txt: Linking Geo-referenced Data to Text for NLG
  31. W07-2328 [bib]: Sandra Williams; Paul Piwek; Richard Power
    Generating monologue and dialogue to present personalised medical information to patients
  32. Workshop on Multimodal Output Generation

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2006

  1. Proceedings of the Fourth International Natural Language Generation Conference

  2. W06-14 [bib]: Entire Volume
  3. W06-1400 [bib]: Front Matter

  4. W06-1401 [bib]: Kathleen R. McKeown
    Lessons Learned from Large Scale Evaluation of Systems that Produce Text: Nightmares and Pleasant Surprises
  5. W06-1402 [bib]: Karin Harbusch; Gerard Kempen; Camiel van Breugel; Ulrich Koch
    A Generation-Oriented Workbench for Performance Grammar: Capturing Linear Order Variability in German and Dutch
  6. W06-1403 [bib]: Michael White
    CCG Chart Realization from Disjunctive Inputs
  7. W06-1404 [bib]: Sebastian Varges
    Overgeneration and Ranking for Spoken Dialogue Systems
  8. W06-1405 [bib]: Amy Isard; Carsten Brockmann; Jon Oberlander
    Individuality and Alignment in Generated Dialogues
  9. W06-1406 [bib]: Jing Lin
    Using Distributional Similarity to Identify Individual Verb Choice
  10. W06-1407 [bib]: Atsushi Fujita; Naruaki Masuno; Satoshi Sato; Takehito Utsuro
    Adjective-to-Verb Paraphrasing in Japanese Based on Lexical Constraints of Verbs
  11. W06-1408 [bib]: Helmut Horacek
    Generating References to Parts of Recursively Structured Objects
  12. W06-1409 [bib]: Ivandré Paraboni; Judith Masthoff; Kees van Deemter
    Overspecified Reference in Hierarchical Domains: Measuring the Benefits for Readers
  13. W06-1410 [bib]: Jette Viethen; Robert Dale
    Algorithms for Generating Referring Expressions: Do They Do What People Do?
  14. W06-1411 [bib]: Kotaro Funakoshi; Satoru Watanabe; Takenobu Tokunaga
    Group-Based Generation of Referring Expressions
  15. W06-1412 [bib]: Laura Stoia; Darla Magdalene Shockley; Donna K. Byron; Eric Fosler-Lussier
    Noun Phrase Generation for Situated Dialogs
  16. W06-1413 [bib]: Imtiaz Hussain Khan; Graeme Ritchie; Kees van Deemter
    The Clarity-Brevity Trade-off in Generating Referring Expressions
  17. W06-1414 [bib]: Catalina Hallett
    Generic Querying of Relational Databases using Natural Language Generation Techniques
  18. W06-1415 [bib]: Véronique Moriceau
    Generating Intelligent Numerical Answers in a Question-Answering System
  19. W06-1416 [bib]: Nikiforos Karamanis; Le An Ha; Ruslan Mitkov
    Generating Multiple-Choice Test Items from Medical Text: A Pilot Study
  20. W06-1417 [bib]: Nancy Green
    Generation of Biomedical Arguments for Lay Readers
  21. W06-1418 [bib]: Anja Belz; Robert Dale
    Introduction to the INLG'06 Special Session on Sharing Data and Comparative Evaluation
  22. W06-1419 [bib]: Cécile Paris; Nathalie Colineau; Ross Wilkinson
    Evaluations of NLG Systems: Common Corpus and Tasks or Common Dimensions and Metrics?
  23. W06-1420 [bib]: Kees van Deemter; Ielka van der Sluis; Albert Gatt
    Building a Semantically Transparent Corpus for the Generation of Referring Expressions.
  24. W06-1421 [bib]: Anja Belz; Adam Kilgarriff
    Shared-Task Evaluations in HLT: Lessons for NLG
  25. W06-1422 [bib]: Ehud Reiter; Anja Belz
    GENEVAL: A Proposal for Shared-task Evaluation in NLG

2005

  1. Proceedings of the Tenth European Workshop on Natural Language Generation (ENLG-05)

  2. W05-1600: Front Matter

  3. W05-1601: Anja Belz
    Statistical Generation: Three Methods Compared and Evaluated
  4. W05-1602: Ofer Biller; Michael Elhadad; Yael Netzer
    Interactive Authoring of Logical Forms for Multilingual Generation
  5. W05-1603: Stephan Busemann
    Ten Years After: An Update on TG/2 (and Friends)
  6. W05-1604: Nathanael Chambers
    Real-Time Stochastic Language Generation for Dialogue Systems
  7. W05-1605: Claire Gardent; Eric Kow
    Generating and Selecting Grammatical Paraphrases
  8. W05-1606: Helmut Horacek
    Generating Referential Descriptions Under Conditions of Uncertainty
  9. W05-1607: John Kelleher; Geert-Jan Kruijff
    A Context-dependent Algorithm for Generating Locative Expressions in Physically Situated Environments
  10. W05-1608: Alfred Kranstedt; Ipke Wachsmuth
    Incremental Generation of Multimodal Deixis Referring to Objects
  11. W05-1609: Geert-Jan Kruijff
    Context-sensitive Utterance Planning for CCG
  12. W05-1610: Birte Lönneker
    Narratological Knowledge for Natural Language Generation
  13. W05-1611: Tomasz Marciniak; Michael Strube
    Discrete Optimization as an Alternative to Sequential Processing in NLG
  14. W05-1612: Erwin Marsi; Emiel Krahmer
    Explorations in Sentence Fusion
  15. W05-1613: Chris Mellish; Xiantang Sun
    Natural Language Directed Inference in the Presentation of Ontologies
  16. W05-1614: Graeme Ritchie
    Computational Mechanisms for Pun Generation
  17. W05-1615: Somayajulu Sripada; Ehud Reiter; Lezan Hawizy
    Evaluation of an NLG System using Post-Edit Data: Lessons Learnt
  18. W05-1616: Sandra Williams; Ehud Reiter
    Generating Readable Texts for Readers with Low Basic Skills
  19. W05-1617: Ion Androutsopoulos; Spyros Kallonis; Vangelis Karkaletsis
    Exploiting OWL Ontologies in the Multilingual Generation of Object Descriptions
  20. W05-1618: Farida Aouladomar; Patrick Saint-Dizier
    Towards Generating Procedural Texts: An Exploration of their Rhetorical and Argumentative Structure
  21. W05-1619: Charles Callaway
    The Types and Distributions of Errors in a Wide Coverage Surface Realizer Evaluation
  22. W05-1620: Raquel Hervás; Pablo Gervás
    An Evolutionary Approach to Referring Expression Generation and Aggregation
  23. W05-1621: Nikiforos Karamanis; Chris Mellish
    Using a Corpus of Sentence Orderings Defined by Many Experts to Evaluate Metrics of Coherence for Text Structuring
  24. W05-1622: Ralf Klabunde
    When must Should Be Chosen
  25. W05-1623: Martin Klarner
    Reversibility and Re-usability of Resources in NLG and Natural Language Dialog Systems
  26. W05-1624: Ivana Kruijff-Korbayová; Nate Blaylock; Ciprian Gerstenberger; Verena Rieser; Tilman Becker; Michael Kaisser; Peter Poller; Jan Schehl
    An Experiment Setup for Collecting Data for Adaptive Output Planning in a Multimodal Dialogue System
  27. W05-1625: Véronique Moriceau
    Answer Generation with Temporal Data Integration
  28. W05-1626: Sebastian Varges
    Chart Generation Using Production Systems
  29. W05-1627: Sebastian Varges
    Spatial Descriptions as Referring Expressions in the MapTask Domain
  30. W05-1628: Stephen Wan; Robert Dale; Mark Dras
    Searching for Grammaticality: Propagating Dependencies in the Viterbi Algorithm
  31. Computational Models of Natural Argument

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  32. Using Corpora for Natural Language Generation

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  33. Symposium on Dialog Modeling and Generation

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2004

  1. Third International Conference on Natural Language Generation

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2003

  1. AAAI Spring Symposium on Natural Language Generation in Spoken and Written Dialogue

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  2. Proceedings of the 9th European Workshop on Natural Language Generation (ENLG-2003) at EACL 2003

  3. W03-23: Entire Volume
  4. W03-2300: Front Matter

  5. W03-2301: Farah Benamara; Patrick Saint Dizier
    Dynamic Generation of Cooperative Natural Language Responses in WEBCOOP
  6. W03-2302: Nadjet Bouayad-Agha
    Restricting the rhetorical input for the non-hierarchical planning of document structures
  7. W03-2303: Charles Callaway
    Multilingual Revision
  8. W03-2304: Aggeliki Dimitromanolaki; Ion Androutsopoulos
    Learning to Order Facts for Discourse Planning in Natural Language Generation
  9. W03-2305: Sabine Geldof
    Corpus-analysis for NLG
  10. W03-2306: Helmut Horacek
    Handling Dependencies in Reorganizing Content Specifications A Case Study of Case Analysis
  11. W03-2307: Emiel Krahmer; Ielka van der Sluis
    A New Model for Generating Multimodal Referring Expressions
  12. W03-2308: Nestor Miliaev; Alison Cawsey; Greg Michaelson
    Applied NLG system evaluation: FlexyCAT
  13. W03-2309: Michael J. Minock
    Phrasal Generator for Describing Relational Database Queries
  14. W03-2310: Alessandra Novello; Charles B. Callaway
    Porting to an Italian Surface Realizer: A Case Study
  15. W03-2311: Matthew Purver; Masayuki Otsuka
    Incremental Generation by Incremental Parsing: Tactical Generation in Dynamic Syntax
  16. W03-2312: Ehud Reiter; Somayajulu Sripada; Sandra Williams
    Acquiring and Using Limited User Models in NLG
  17. W03-2313: Cesare Rocchi; Massimo Zancanaro
    Generation of Video Documentaries from Discourse Structures
  18. W03-2314: Advaith Siddharthan
    Preserving Discourse Structure when Simplifying Text
  19. W03-2315: Leo Wanner; Bernd Bohnet; Mark Giereth
    Deriving the Communicative Structure in Applied NLG
  20. W03-2316: Michael White; Jason Baldridge
    Adapting Chart Realization to CCG
  21. W03-2317: Sandra Williams; Ehud Reiter; Liesl Osman
    Experiments with discourse-level choices and readability
  22. W03-2318: Author Index

2002

  1. Proceedings of the International Natural Language Generation Conference

  2. W02-2101: Min-Yen Kan; Kathleen R. McKeown
    Corpus-trained Text Generation for Summarization
  3. W02-2102: Hal Daume III; Kevin Knight; Irene Langkilde-Geary; Daniel Marcu; Kenji Yamada
    The Importance of Lexicalized Syntax Models for Natural Language Generation Tasks
  4. W02-2103: Irene Langkilde-Geary
    An Empirical Verification of Coverage and Correctness for a General-Purpose Sentence Generator
  5. W02-2104: Maite Melero; Takako Aikawa; Lee Schwartz
    Combining Machine Learning and Rule-based Approaches in Spanish and Japanese Sentence Realization
  6. W02-2105: Simon Corston-Oliver; Michael Gamon; Eric Ringger; Robert Moore
    An Overview of Amalgam: A Machine-learned Generation Module
  7. W02-2106: Robert Moore
    A Complete, Efficient Sentence-Realization Algorithm for Unification Grammar
  8. W02-2107: Shimei Pan; Wubin Weng
    Designing a Speech Corpus for Instance-based Spoken Language Generation
  9. W02-2108: Michael Fleischman; Eduard Hovy
    Towards Emotional Variation in Speech-Based Natural Language Processing
  10. W02-2109: Berardina De Carolis; Valeria Carofiglio; Catherine Pelachaud
    From Discourse Plans to Believable Behavior Generation
  11. W02-2110: M. A. Walker; S. Whittaker; A. Stent; P. Maloor; J. D. Moore; M. Johnston; G. Vasireddy
    Speech-Plans: Generating Evaluative Responses in Spoken Dialogue
  12. W02-2111: Nikiforos Karamanis; Hisar Maruli Manurung
    Stochastic Text Structuring Using the Principle of Continuity
  13. W02-2112: Pablo Duboue; Kathleen McKeown
    Content Planner Construction via Evolutionary Algorithms and a Corpus-based Fitness Function
  14. W02-2113: Ehud Reiter; Somayajulu Sripada
    Should Corpora Texts Be Gold Standards for NLG?
  15. W02-2114: Helmut Horacek
    Aggregation with Strong Regularities and Alternatives"
  16. W02-2115 [attachment]: Ivandre Paraboni; Kees van Deemter
    Generating Easy References: the Case of Document Deixis
  17. W02-2116: Barbara Di Eugenio; Michael Glass; Michael Trolio
    The DIAG experiments: Natural Language Generation for Intelligent Tutoring Systems
  18. W02-2117: Nathalie Colineau; Cecile Paris; Keith Vander Linden
    An Evaluation of Procedural Instructional Text
  19. W02-2118: Yan Qu; Nancy Green
    A Constraint-Based Approach for Cooperative Information-Seeking Dialogue
  20. W02-2119: Roger Evans; Paul Piwek; Lynne Cahill
    What is NLG?
  21. W02-2120: Cassandre Creswell
    Syntactic Form and Discourse Function in NLG
  22. W02-2121: Raymond Kozlowski
    Driving Multilingual Sentence Generation with Lexico-grammatical Resources
  23. W02-2122: Amanda Holland-Minkley
    Planning Proof Content for Communicating Induction
  24. W02-2123: Bruce Eddy
    Towards Balancing Conciseness, Readability and Salience: an Integrated Architecture
  25. W02-2124: Adil El Ghali
    Use of Description Logic and SDRT in an NLG System
  26. W02-2125: Nizar Habash
    Generation-Heavy Hybrid Machine Translation

2001

  1. Proceedings of the ACL 2001 Eighth European Workshop on Natural Language Generation (EWNLG)

  2. W01-0800: Front Matter

  3. W01-0801: Owen Rambow
    Corpus-Based Methods in Natural Language Generation: Friends or Foe? (invited talk)
  4. W01-0802: Somayajula G. Sripada; Ehud Reiter; Jim Hunter; Jin Yu
    A Two-Staged Model For Content Determination
  5. W01-0803: Laurence Danlos; Bertrand Gaiffe; Laurent Roussarie
    Document Structuring à la SDRT
  6. W01-0804: Kees van Deemter; Magnús M. Halldórsson
    Logical Form Equivalence: the Case of Referring Expressions Generation
  7. W01-0805: Emiel Krahmer; Sebastiaan van Erk; André Verleg
    A Meta-Algorithm for the Generation of Referring Expressions
  8. W01-0806: Bruce Eddy; Diana Bental; Alison Cawsey
    An Algorithm for Efficiently Generating Summary Paragraphs Using Tree-Adjoining Grammar
  9. W01-0807: Bernd Bohnet; Leo Wanner
    On Using a Parallel Graph Rewriting Formalism in Generation
  10. W01-0808: Takako Aikawa; Maite Melero; Lee Schwartz; Andi Wu
    Multilingual Sentence Generation
  11. W01-0809: Doan-Nguyen Hai
    Generation of Vietnamese for French-Vietnamese and English-Vietnamese Machine Translation
  12. W01-0810: Geert-Jan M. Kruijff; Ivana Kruijff-Korbayovà; John Bateman; Elke Teich
    Linear Order as Higher-Level Decision: Information Structure in Strategic and Tactical Generation
  13. W01-0811: Michael Zock
    Learn to Speak and to Write, Learn to Use Your Mind The Relevance of the Work of Natural Language Generation (invited talk)
  14. W01-0812: Kevin Humphreys; Mike Calcagno; David Weise
    Reusing a Statistical Language Model for Generation
  15. W01-0813: Min-Yen Kan; Kathleen R. McKeown; Judith L. Klavans
    Applying Natural Language Generation to Indicative Summarization
  16. W01-0814: Kentaro Inui; Masaru Nogami
    A Paraphrase-Based Exploration of Cohesiveness Criteria
  17. W01-0815: Anthony Hartley; Donia Scott
    Evaluating Text Quality: Judging Output Texts Without a Clear Source
  18. International workshop on Computational Models of Natural Language Argument

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2000

  1. Impacts in Language Generation: NLG Between Technology and Applications

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  2. INLG'2000 Proceedings of the First International Conference on Natural Language Generation

  3. W00-1400: Front Matter

  4. W00-1401 [bib]: Srinivas Bangalore; Owen Rambow; Steve Whittaker
    Evaluation Metrics for Generation
  5. W00-1402 [bib]: Giuseppe Carenini
    A Task-based Framework to Evaluate Evaluative Arguments
  6. W00-1403 [bib]: Daniel Marcu; Lynn Carlson; Maki Watanabe
    An empirical study of multilingual natural language generation: What Should a Text Planner Do?
  7. W00-1404 [bib]: Caroline Brun; Marc Dymetman; Veronika Lux
    Document structure and multilingual authoring
  8. W00-1405 [bib]: Arantza Casillas; Joseb Abaitua; Requel Martinez
    DTD-driven bilingual document generation
  9. W00-1406 [bib]: Nathalie Jitnah; Ingrid Zukerman; Richard McConachy; Sarah George
    Towards the Generation of Rebuttals in a Bayesian Argumentation System
  10. W00-1407 [bib]: Giuseppe Carenini; Johanna Moore
    A strategy for generating evaluative arguments
  11. W00-1408 [bib]: Ingrid Zukerman; Richard McConachy; Sarah George
    Using Argumentation Strategies in Automated Argument Generation
  12. W00-1409 [bib]: Tilman Becker; Anne Kilger; Patrice Lopez; Peter Poller
    An extended architecture for robust generation
  13. W00-1410 [bib]: Lynne Cahill; Christy Doran; Roger Evans; Chris Mellish; Daniel Paiva; Mike Reape; Donia Scott; Neil Tipper
    Reinterpretation of an Existing NLG System in a Generic Generation Architecture
  14. W00-1411 [bib]: Rodger Kibble; Richard Power
    An integrated framework for text planning and pronominalisation
  15. W00-1412 [bib]: Markus Guhe; Christopher Habel; Heike Tappe
    Incremental Event Conceptualization and Natural Language Generation in Monitoring Enviroments
  16. W00-1413 [bib]: Manfred Stede
    The hyperonym problem revisited: Conceptual and lexical hierarchies in language generation
  17. W00-1414 [bib]: James Shaw; Kathleen McKeown
    Generating Referring Quantified Expressions
  18. W00-1415 [bib]: Hua Cheng; Chris Mellish
    An Empirical Analysis of Constructing Non-restrictive NP Modifiers to Express Semantic Relations
  19. W00-1416 [bib]: Matthew Stone
    On identifying sets
  20. W00-1417 [bib]: Jacques Robin; Eloi L. Favero
    Content aggregation in natural language hypertext summarization of OLAP and Data Mining Discoveries
  21. W00-1418 [bib]: Michael O'Donnell; Alistair Knott; Jon Oberlander; Chris Mellish
    Optimising text quality in generation from relational databases
  22. W00-1419 [bib]: Laurence Danlos; Guy Lapalme; Veronika Lux
    Generating a controlled language
  23. W00-1420 [bib]: Jan Alexandersson; Peter Poller; Michael Kipp; Ralf Engel
    Multilingual Summary Generation in a Speech-To-Speech Translation System for Multilingual Dialogues
  24. W00-1421 [bib]: Cornelia Endriss; Ralf Klabunde
    Planning word-order dependant focus assignments
  25. W00-1422 [bib]: Songsak Channarukul; Susan W. McRoy; Syed S. Ali
    Enriching partially-specified representations for text realization using an attribute grammar
  26. W00-1423 [bib]: Justine Cassell; Matthew Stone; Hao Yan
    Coordination and context-dependence in the generation of embodied conversation
  27. W00-1424 [bib]: Kees van Deemter
    Generating Vague Descriptions
  28. W00-1425 [bib]: Hua Cheng; Chris Mellish
    Capturing the Interaction between Aggregation and Text Planning in Two Generation Systems
  29. W00-1426 [bib]: Nadjet Bouayad-Agha; Richard Power; Donia Scott
    Can text structure be incompatible with rhetorical structure?
  30. W00-1427 [bib]: Guido Minnen; John Carroll; Darren Pearce
    Robust, applied morphological generation
  31. W00-1428 [bib]: Hongyan Jing; Yael Dahan; Michael Elhadad; Kathy McKeown
    Integrating a Large-Scale, Reusable Lexicon with a Natural Language Generator
  32. W00-1429 [bib]: Ehud Reiter; Roma Robertson; Liesl Osman
    Knowledge Acquisition for Natural Language Generation
  33. W00-1430 [bib]: Sabine Geldof
    From Context to Sentence Form
  34. W00-1431 [bib]: Rodrigo Reyes
    The CLEF semi-recursive generation algorithm
  35. W00-1432 [bib]: Kathrine Hammervold
    Sentence Generation and Neural Networks
  36. W00-1433 [bib]: Amanda Stent
    Rhetorical Structure in Dialog
  37. W00-1434 [bib]: Michael O'Donnell
    RSTTool 2.4 - A markup Tool for Rhetorical Structure Theory
  38. W00-1435 [bib]: Michael O'Donnell; Alistair Knott; Jon Oberlander; Chris Mellish
    Demonstration of ILEX 3.0
  39. W00-1436 [bib]: Bernd Bohnet; Andreas Langjahr; Leo Wanner
    A development Environment for an MTT-Based Sentence Generator
  40. W00-1437 [bib]: Susan W. McRoy; Songsak Channarukul; Syed S. Ali
    YAG: A Template-Based Generator for Real-Time Systems
  41. W00-1438 [bib]: H. Gregory Silber; Kathleen F. McCoy
    An Efficient Text Summarizer using Lexical Chains
  42. W00-1439 [bib]: Nomi Erteschik-Shir; T.R. Rapoport
    Invited Talk: From lexica-aspectual components to syntax
  43. W00-1440 [bib]: Inderjeet Mani
    Discussion Panel on Evaluation in Generation Research

1998

  1. Natural Language Generation

  2. W98-1400: Front Matter

  3. W98-1401: James C. Lester; William H. Bares; Charles B, Callaway; Stuart G. Towns
    Natural Language Generation Journeys to Interactive 3D Worlds Invited Talk Extended Abstract
  4. W98-1402: John Bateman; Thomas Kamps; Jorg Kleinz; Klaus Reichenberger
    COMMUNICATIVE GOAL-DRIVEN NL GENERATION AND DATA-DRIVEN GRAPHICS GENERATION: AN ARCHITECTURAL SYNTHESIS FOR MULTIMEDIA PAGE GENERATION
  5. W98-1403: Nancy Green; Giuseppe Carenini; Johanna Moore
    A PRINCIPLED REPRESENTATION OF ATTRIBUTIVE DESCRIPTIONS FOR GENERATING INTEGRATED TEXT AND INFORMATION GRAPHICS PRESENTATIONS
  6. W98-1404: Chris Mellish; Mick O'Donnel; Jon Oberlander; Alistair Knott
    AN ARCHITECTURE FOR OPPORTUNISTIC TEXT GENERATION
  7. W98-1405: David D. McDonald
    Controlled Realization of Complex Objects
  8. W98-1406: Stephen Beale; Sergei Nirenburg; Evelyne Viegast; Leo Wanner
    De-Constraining Text Generation
  9. W98-1407: Lidia Fraczak ; Guy Lapalme ; Michael Zock
    AUTOMATIC GENERATION OF SUBWAY DIRECTIONS: SALIENCE GRADATION AS A FACTOR FORDETERMINING MESSAGE AND FORM
  10. W98-1408: Erwin Marsi
    INTRODUCING MAXIMAL VARIATION IN TEXT PLANNING FOR SMALL DOMAINS
  11. W98-1409: Regina Barzilay; Daryl McCullough; Owen Rambow; Jonathan DeCristofaro; Tanya Korelsky; Benoit Lavoie
    A NEW APPROACH TO EXPERT SYSTEM EXPLANATIONS
  12. W98-1410: Armin Fiedler
    Macroplanning with a Cognitive Architecture for the Adaptive Explanation of Proofs
  13. W98-1411: Chris Mellish; Alistair Knott; Jon Oberlander; Mick O'Donnell
    EXPERIMENTS USING STOCHASTIC SEARCH FOR TEXT PLANNING
  14. W98-1412: Ralf Klabunde; Martin Jansche
    ABDUCTIVE REASONING FOR SYNTACTIC REALIZATION*
  15. W98-1413: Daniel Ansari; Graeme Hirst
    GENERATING WARNING INSTRUCTIONS BY PLANNING ACCIDENTS AND INJURIES
  16. W98-1414: Brigitte Grote; Manfred Stede
    DISCOURSE MARKER CHOICE IN SENTENCE PLANNING
  17. W98-1415: James Shaw
    Clause Aggregation Using Linguistic Knowledge
  18. W98-1416: Ingrid Zukerman; Richard McConachy; Kevin B. Korb
    ATTENTION DURING ARGUMENT GENERATION AND PRESENTATION
  19. W98-1417: KRISTIINA JOKINEN; HIDEKI TANAKA; AKIO YOKOO
    PLANNING DIALOGUE CONTRIBUTIONS WITH NEW INFORMATION
  20. W98-1418: Yael Dahan Netzer; Michael Elhadad
    GENERATION OF NOUN COMPOUNDS IN HEBREW: CAN SYNTACTIC KNOWLEDGE BE FULLY ENCAPSULATED?
  21. W98-1419: Matthew Stone; Bonnie Webber
    TEXTUAL ECONOMY THROUGH CLOSE COUPLING OF SYNTAX AND SEMANTICS
  22. W98-1420: Murat Temizsoy; Ilyas Cicekli
    A Language-Independent System for Generating Feature Structures from Interlingua Representations
  23. W98-1421: Jan Alexandersson; Peter Poller
    Towards Multilingual Protocol Generation For Spontaneous Speech Dialogues
  24. W98-1422: Tilman Becker
    Fully Lexicalized Head-Driven Syntactic Generation
  25. W98-1423: Graham Wilcock
    APPROACHES TO SURFACE REALIZATION WITH HPSG
  26. W98-1424: Christian MATI'HIESSEN; ZENG Licheng; Marilyn CROSS; Ichiro KOBAYASHI; Kazuhiro TERUYA; WU Canzhong
    The Multex generator and its environment: application and development
  27. W98-1425: Stephan Busemann; Helmut Horacek
    A FLEXIBLE SHALLOW APPROACH TO TEXT GENERATION
  28. W98-1426: Irene Langkilde; Kevin Knight
    THE PRACTICAL VALUE OF N-GRAMS IS IN GENERATION
  29. W98-1427: Donia Scott; Richard Power; Roger Evans
    GENERATION AS A SOLUTION TO ITS OWN PROBLEM
  30. W98-1428: Michael White; Ted Caldwell
    EXEMPLARS: A Practical, Extensible Framework For Dynamic Text Generation
  31. W98-1429: Evgeniy Gabrilovich; Nissirn Francez; Shuly Wintner
    SYSTEM DEMONSTRATION NATURAL LANGUAGE GENERATION WITH ABSTRACT MACHINE
  32. W98-1430: Reva Freedman; Stefan Brandle; Michael Glass; Jung Hee Kim; Yujian Zhou; Martha W. Evens
    SYSTEM DEMONSTRATION CONTENT PLANNING AS THE BASIS FOR AN INTELLIGENT TUTORING SYSTEM
  33. W98-1431: FREDERIC MEUNIER; LAURENCE DANLOS
    SYSTEM DEMONSTRATION FLAUBERT: AN USER FRIENDLY SYSTEM FOR MULTILINGUAL TEXT GENERATION
  34. W98-1432: Thierry Etchegoyhen; Thomas Wehrle
    SYSTEM DEMONSTRATION OVERVIEW OF GBGEN
  35. W98-1433: Mariet Theune; Esther Klabbers
    SYSTEM DEMONSTRATION GOALGETTER: GENERATION OF SPOKEN SOCCER REPORTS
  36. W98-1434: Tianfang Yao; Dongmo Zhang; Qian Wang
    System Demonstration Multilingual Weather Forecast Generation System
  37. W98-1435: Jose Coch
    SYSTEM DEMONSTRATION INTERACTIVE GENERATION AND KNOWLEDGE ADMINISTRATION IN MULTIMETEO
  38. W98-1436: ATTILA FERENCZ; TEODORA RATIU; MARIA FERENCZ; TONDE-CSILLA KOVACS; ISTVAN NAGY; DIANA ZAIU
    ROMVOX EXPERIMENTS REGARDING UNRESTRICTED TEXT TO SPEECH SYNTHESIS FOR THE ROMANLAN LANGUAGE
  39. W98-1437: Richard Power; Donia Scott
    WYSIWYM: knowledge editing with natural language feedback

1996

  1. Eighth International Natural Language Generation Workshop

  2. W96-0400: Front Matter

  3. W96-0401: Leo Wanner; Eduard Hovy
    The HealthDoc Sentence Planner
  4. W96-0402: Keith Vander Linden; Barbara Di Eugenio
    Learning Micro-Planning Rules for Preventive Expressions
  5. W96-0403: Xiaorong Huang; Armin Fiedler
    Paraphrasing and Aggregating Argumentative Texts Using Text Structure
  6. W96-0404: Nicolas Nicolov; Chris Mellish; Graeme Ritchie
    Approximate Generation from Non-Hierarchical Representations
  7. W96-0405: Michael O'Donnell
    Input Specification in the WAG Sentence Generation System
  8. W96-0406: Massimo Fasciano; Guy Lapalme
    PostGraphe: A System for the Generation of Statistical Graphics and Text
  9. W96-0407: Svetlana Sheremetyeva; Sergei Nirenburg; Irene Nirenburg
    Generating Patent Claims from Interactive Input
  10. W96-0408: Kathleen F. McCoy; Christopher A. Penpington
    Considering the Effects of Second Language Learning on Generation
  11. W96-0409: Dilek Zeynep Hakkani; Kemal Oflazer; Ilyas Cicekli
    Tactical Generation in a Free Constituent Order Language
  12. W96-0410: Matthew Stone; Christine Doran
    Paying Heed to Collocations
  13. W96-0411: Stephan Busemann
    Best-First Surface Realization
  14. W96-0412: Ching-Long Yeh
    An Evaluation of Anaphor Generation in Chinese
  15. W96-0413: Norman Creaney
    An Algorithm for Generating Quantifiers
  16. W96-0414: Farid Cerbah
    A Study'of some Lexical Differences between French and Englisfi Instructions in a Multilingual Generation Framework
  17. W96-0415: Manffed Stede
    A generative perspecl:ive on verbs and their readings
  18. W96-0416: Alistair Knott; Chris Mellish; Jon Oberlander; Mick O'Donnell
    Sources of Flexibility in Dynamic Hypertext Generation
  19. W96-0417: Maria Milosavljevic; Robert Dale
    Strategies for Comparison in Encyclopmdia Descriptions
  20. W96-0418: Brigitte Grote
    Matchmaking: dialogue modelling and speech generation meet
  21. W96-0419: Author Index
  22. Eighth International Natural Language Generation Workshop (Posters and Demonstrations)

  23. W96-0500: Front Matter

  24. W96-0501: Michael Elhadad; Jacques Robin
    An Overview of SURGE: a Reusable Comprehensive Syntactic Realization Component
  25. W96-0502: Bruce Jakeway; Chrysanne DiMarco
    SPLAT: A sentence-plan authoring tool
  26. W96-0503: Benoit Lavoie; Owen Rambow; Ehud Reiter
    The ModelExplainer
  27. W96-0504: Cécile Paris; Keith Vander Linden
    DRAFTER
  28. W96-0505: Richard Power; Nico Cavallotto
    Multilingual generation of administrative forms
  29. W96-0506: Stephen Beale; Sergei Nirenburg
    PICARD: The Next Generator
  30. W96-0507: José Coch
    Overview of AlethGen
  31. W96-0508: Hercules Dalianis; Eduard Hovy
    On Lexical Aggregation and Ordering
  32. W96-0509: Barbara Di Eugenio; Johanna D. Moore
    Generating 'Distributed' Referring Expressions: an Initial Report
  33. W96-0510: Beryl Hoffman
    Summarization: an Application for NL Generation
  34. W96-0511: Yuen Q. Lin; Robin P. Fawcett
    Implementing an Integration of the Systemic Flowchart Model of Dialogue and Rhetorical Structure Theory
  35. W96-0512: Dragomir R. Radev
    An Architecture For Distributed Natural Language Summarization
  36. W96-0513: Evelyne Viegas; Stephen Beale
    Multilinguality and Reversibility in Computational Semantic Lexicons
  37. W96-0514: Soenke Ziesche
    The Computation of the Informational Status of Discourse Entities
  38. W96-0515: Author Index

1994

  1. Proceedings of the Seventh International Workshop on Natural Language Generation

  2. W94-0300: Front Matter

  3. W94-0301: Mark Seligman
    Discovery and Format of Input Structures for Tactical Generation
  4. W94-0302: R. Michael Young; Johanna D. Moore
    DPOCL: A Principled Approach To Discourse Planning
  5. W94-0303: Robert Granville
    Building Underlying Structures for Multiparagraph Texts
  6. W94-0304: Daniel D. Suthers
    Sequencing as a Planning Task
  7. W94-0305: Ingrid Zukerman; Richard McConachy
    Discourse Planning as an Optimization Process
  8. W94-0306: Cecile L. Paris; Donia R. Scott
    Intentions, Structure and Expression in Multi-Lingual Instructions
  9. W94-0307: Leila Kosseim; Guy Lapalme
    Content and Rhetorical Status Selection in Instructional Texts
  10. W94-0308: Judy Delin; Anthony Hartley; Cecile Paris; Donia Scott; Keith Vander Linden
    Expressing Procedural Relationships in Multilingual Instructions
  11. W94-0309: Robin P. Fawcett
    On Moving On On Ontologies
  12. W94-0310: David D. McDonald; Federica Busa
    On the Creative Use of Language: The Form of Lexical Resources
  13. W94-0311: Evelyne Viegas; Pierrette Bouillon
    Semantic Lexicons: The Cornerstone for Lexical Choice in Natural Language Generation
  14. W94-0312: Marie Meteer
    Generating Event Descriptions with Sage: A Simulation and Generation Environment
  15. W94-0313: Liesbeth Degand
    Towards an Account of Causation in a Multilingual Text Generation System
  16. W94-0314: Beryl Hoffman
    Generating Context Appropriate Word Orders in Turkish
  17. W94-0315: Franck Panaget
    Using a Textual Representation Level Component in the Context of Discourse and Dialogue Generation
  18. W94-0316: Leo Wanner
    Building Another Bridge over the Generation Gap
  19. W94-0317: Xiaorong Huang
    Planning Reference CHoices for Argumentative Texts
  20. W94-0318: Elke Teich; John Bateman
    Towards the Application of Text Generation in an Integrated Publication System
  21. W94-0319: Ehud Reiter
    Has a Consensus NL Generation Architecture Appeared, and is it Psycholinguistically Plausible?
  22. W94-0320: Owen Rambow; Marilyn Walker
    The Role of Cognitive Modeling in Communicative Intentions
  23. W94-0321: Susan M. Haller
    Recognizing Digressive Questions Using a Model for Interactive Generation for Interactive Generation
  24. W94-0322: Nancy Green; Sandra Carberry
    Generating Indirect Answers to Yes-No Questions
  25. W94-0323: Robert Rubinoff; Jill Fain Lehman
    Real-Time Natural Language Generation in NL-SOAR
  26. W94-0324: Markus Fischer; Elisabeth Maier; Adelheit Stein
    Generating Cooperative System Responses in Information Retrieval Dialogues
  27. W94-0325: Henry Hamburger; Dan Tufis
    Situation Viewpoints for Generation
  28. W94-0326: Helmut Horacek
    Content Selection and Organization as a Process Involving Compromises
  29. W94-0327: Torbjoern Lager; William J. Black
    Bidirectional Incremental Generation and Analysis with Categorial Grammar and Indexed Quasi-Logical Form
  30. W94-0328: Julia Lavid; Eduard Hovy
    Toward a Multidimensional Framework to Guide the Automated Generation of Text Types
  31. W94-0329: John Levine; Chris Mellish
    CORECT: Combining CSCW with Natural Language Generation for Collaborative Requirement Capture
  32. W94-0330: Pieter A.M. Seuren; Henk P. Schotel
    Semanitic Syntax at Work
  33. W94-0331: Mark H. Smith; Roberto Garigliano; Richard G. Morgan
    Generation in the LOLITA System: An Engineering Approach
  34. W94-0332: Stefan Svenberg
    Representing Conceptual and Linguistic Knowledge for Multi-Lingual Generation in a Technical Domain
  35. W94-0333: Tony Veale; Alan Conway
    Sign-Language Generation in ZARDOZ: An English to Sign-Language Translation System

1990

  1. Proceedings of the Fifth International Workshop on Natural Language Generation

  2. W90-0100: Front Matter

  3. W90-0101: Kathleen F. McCoy; K. Vijay-Shanker; Gijoo Yang
    Using Tree Adjoining Grammars Systemic Framework in the
  4. W90-0102: Stuart M. Shieber; Yves Schabes
    Generation and Synchronous Tree-Adjoining Grammars
  5. W90-0103: Nigel Ward
    A Connectionist Treatment of Grammar for Generation: Relying on Emergents
  6. W90-0104: Ehud Reiter
    A New Model for Lexical Choice for Open-Class Words
  7. W90-0105: Leo Wanner; John A. Bateman
    A collocational based approach to salience-sensitive lexical selection
  8. W90-0106: Susanna Cumming
    Natural Discourse Hypothesis Engine
  9. W90-0107: Jim Barnett; Inderjeet Mani
    Using Bidirectional Semantic Rules for Generation
  10. W90-0108: John A. Bateman
    Upper Modeling: organizing knowledge for natural language processing
  11. W90-0109: Marie W. Meteer
    Abstract Linguistic Resources for Text Planning
  12. W90-0110: Mark T. Maybury
    Using Discourse Focus, Temporal Focus, and Spatial Focus to Generate Multisentential Text
  13. W90-0111: T. Pattabhiraman; Nick Cercone
    Selection: Salience, Relevance and the Coupling between Domain-Level Tasks and Text Planning
  14. W90-0112: Owen Rambow
    Domain Communication Knowledge
  15. W90-0113: Ursula Wolz
    An Object Oriented Approach to Content Planning for Text Generation
  16. W90-0114: Robert Alan Granville
    The Role of Underlying Structure in Text Generation
  17. W90-0115: David J. Mooney; Sandra Carberry; Kathleen F. McCoy
    The Basic Block Model of Extended Explanations
  18. W90-0116: Penelope Sibun
    The Local Organization of Text
  19. W90-0117: Eduard H. Hovy
    Parsimonious and Profligate Approaches to the Question of Discourse Structure Relations
  20. W90-0118: Daniel D. Suthers
    Reassessing Rhetorical Abstractions and Planning Mechanisms
  21. W90-0119: Peter van Peek; Robin Cohen
    Resolving Plan Ambiguity for Response Generation
  22. W90-0120: Christine DEFRISE; Sergei NIRENBURG
    Speaker Attitudes in Text Planning
  23. W90-0121: Ingrid Zukerman
    Generating Peripheral Rhetorical Devices by Consulting a User Model
  24. W90-0122: Robin P. Fawcett
    The Computer Generation of Speech with Discoursally and Semantically Motivated Intonation
  25. W90-0123: David E. Johnson; Hideo Watanabe
    Relational-Grammar-Based Generation in the JETS Japanese-English Machine Translation System
  26. W90-0124: Terry Patten; Daniel S. Stoops
    Real-Time Generation from Systemic Grammars
  27. W90-0125: Norman Badler; Mark Steedman; Bonnie Lynn Webber
    Narrated Animation: A Case for Generation