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You should certainly also add further literature, for example by looking at references in these articles or searching for relevant papers. Very useful, both for its content and reference list as a source of further literature. Largely template-based, old-fashioned NLG.

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For this topic, do not focus too much on the technical details: we may look more into those in the statistical NLG topic. Recent popular article very high-level about algorithmic journalism. Reading material supplied by the presenters is available here. Below that are the starting points for reading provided by Mark at the beginning of the course.

References from Julian: Article: Choosing words in computer-generated weather forecasts, Reiter et al. References from Myriam: Goldberg, E. Using natural-language processing to produce weather forecasts. IEEE Expert, 9 2 , Stede, M. Lexicalization in natural language generation: A survey. Artificial Intelligence Review, 8 4 , The following also appear under Julian's, above: [ Reiter, E. Choosing words in computer-generated weather forecasts. Artificial Intelligence, , Building natural language generation systems.

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Empirical methods in natural language generation : data-oriented methods and empirical evaluation

It uses an automatic weather report generation system as a running example throughout the book. Uses commercial NLG software. Unfortunately, the software itself is no longer available and quite old, anyway , but the manual may give some insight into how the final stages of the traditional pipeline can be implemented in practice. No details of the system at all, but one example of a commercial application of NLG to this task. Article: Choosing words in computer-generated weather forecasts, Reiter et al. Mainly interesting for the concrete system description.

You may wish to leave the more statistical aspects of this for the next session's presenters. Here is reading material submitted by this week's presenters. Below you can find the original suggested starting points for reading. Albert Gatt and Ehud Reiter. Building Natural Language Generation Systems. Ani Nenkova. Automatic Text Summarization of Newswire.

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AAAI Press Perhaps look in more detail here at the technical details and use of summarisation techniques. Higher level details probably covered already in Algorithmic Journalism topic. Look particularly at chapters on text-to-text generation and referring expression generation. Many of these focus on subtasks of the classical NLG pipeline that we've seen, typically applying modern machine learning techniques. May have been covered in the previous session, but the statistical approach may be of interest here. Unsupervised concept-to-text generation with hypergraphs. Generative alignment and semantic parsing for learning from ambiguous supervision.

Ioannis Konstas and Mirella Lapata. Concept-to-text generation via discriminative reranking. References from Leo: P.