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  1-10 of 18 Reviews about "Language Generation (I.2.7...)": Date Reviewed
  Computational completeness of equations over sets of natural numbers
Jeż A., Okhotin A.  Information and Computation 23756-94, 2014. Type: Article

One basic issue in several areas of theoretical computer science is to characterize various classes C of functions or sets as those functions/sets that can be created from certain simple initial objects by means of certain opera...

Nov 13 2014
  Constructing corpora for the development and evaluation of paraphrase systems
Cohn T., Callison-Burch C., Lapata M.  Computational Linguistics 34(4): 597-614, 2008. Type: Article

Automatic paraphrasing that provides a means to check the semantic equivalence of syntactically different written statements deriving from different sources improves plagiarism detection, semantic news aggregation, and even information integration...

Sep 14 2009
  A linguistically motivated model for speed and pausing in animations of American sign language
Huenerfauth M.  ACM Transactions on Accessible Computing 2(2): 1-31, 2009. Type: Article

Anything that can improve the life of the hearing impaired is welcome. As Huenerfauth’s experimental data presents, including pauses in animations of American Sign Language (ASL) increases comprehension for ASL signers. The data presented is...

Sep 1 2009
  Kwyjibo: automatic domain name generation
Crawford H., Aycock J.  Software--Practice & Experience 38(14): 1561-1567, 2008. Type: Article

In some situations, it is useful to be able to generate random sequences of letters in such a way that the result can be pronounced. The application presented in this paper is a set of domain names for a simulated Web population. Crawford and Ayco...

Feb 11 2009
  Fight, flight, or negotiate: believable strategies for conversing under crisis
Traum D., Swartout W., Marsella S., Gratch J.  In Lecture Notes in Computer Science 3661. London: Springer-Verlag, 2005. Type: Book Chapter

In a world that sometimes seems full of conflict, it is important to train corporate, military, and governmental officials to negotiate effectively. It is often difficult to practice these skills in a training session because it demands one-on-one...

May 16 2006
  A connectionist language generator
Ward N.,  Ablex Publishing Corp., Norwood, NJ, 1994.Type: Book (9781567500387)

However one feels about connectionism, one will find much to think about in this book. It nominally describes a language generator named FIG (flexible incremental generator), but in so doing it also discusses such topics as “why previous res...

Apr 1 1996
  Giving CANDY to children
Pausch R., Williams R.  Communications of the ACM 35(5): 58-66, 1992. Type: Article

Communication Assistance to Negate Disabilities in Youth (CANDY) is a group of computer scientists, electrical engineers, speech pathologists, pediatricians, and occupational therapists with the ten-year goal of creating a speech synthesizer for d...

Dec 1 1992
  Knowledge and natural language processing
Barnett J., Knight K., Mani I., Rich E.  Communications of the ACM 33(9): 50-71, 1990. Type: Article

Researchers in computational linguistics have long acknowledged that understanding language requires understanding the world. It is people’s extensive commonsense knowledge of the world that enables them to perform with ease so many of the l...

Apr 1 1992
  Current directions in computer music research
Mathews M. (ed), Pierce J. (ed),  MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 1989.Type: Book (9789780262132411)

A compact disk that contains all the audio examples referred to in the text, and a VHS video cassette that shows some of the performances described, are available as adjuncts to this collection of essays. The various authors deal with a broad rang...

Feb 1 1991
  Knowledge-intensive natural language generation
Jacobs P.  Artificial Intelligence 33(3): 325-378, 1987. Type: Article

Jacobs’s paper is not for neophytes of natural language generation or knowledge representation. It is written for an audience that can appreciate the difficulties of providing a plausible mechanism for a knowledge representation that can be ...

Dec 1 1988
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