Graduate studies at Western
Journal of Logic, Language and Information 16 (4):423-443 (2007)
|Abstract||A fundamental part of the process of referring to an entity is to categorise it (for instance, as the woman). Where multiple categorisations exist, this implicitly involves the adoption of a conceptual perspective. A challenge for the automatic Generation of Referring Expressions is to identify a set of referents coherently, adopting the same conceptual perspective. We describe and evaluate an algorithm to achieve this. The design of the algorithm is motivated by the results of psycholinguistic experiments.|
|Keywords||Natural language generation Generation of referring expressions Plurals Conceptual coherence Semantic similarity|
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