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The First Surface Realisation Shared Task: Overview and Evaluation Results
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The Surface Realisation (SR) Task was a new task at Generation Challenges 2011, and had two tracks: (1) Shallow: mapping from shallow input representations to realisations; and (2) Deep: mapping to deep input representations. Expand
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The TUNA-REG Challenge 2009: Overview and Evaluation Results
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The GREC Task at REG '08 required participating systems to select coreference chains to the main subject of short encyclopaedic texts collected from Wikipedia. Expand
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The TUNA Challenge 2008: Overview and Evaluation Results
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The TUNA Challenge 2008 built on the foundations laid in the ASGRE 2007 Challenge (Belz and Gatt, 2007), which consisted of a single shared task, based on a subset of the T UNA Corpus. Expand
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Generating Referring Expressions in Context: The GREC Task Evaluation Challenges
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This paper provides an overview of our aims and motivations in this research programme, the data resources we have built, and the first three sharedtask challenges, GREC-MSR'09 and GEEC-NEG'09, we have run based on the data. Expand
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System Building Cost vs. Output Quality in Data-to-Text Generation
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We find that increasing the degree to which system building is automated does not necessarily result in a reduction in output quality. Expand
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Discrete vs. Continuous Rating Scales for Language Evaluation in NLP
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We assess the validity, reliability, stability, interchangeability and sensitivity of discrete vs. continuous scales used for qualitative assessments of computer-generated language. Expand
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The GREC Challenge 2008: Overview and Evaluation Results
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The GREC Task atREG’08 required participating systems to select coreference chains to the main subject of short encyclopaedic texts collected from Wikipedia. Expand
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Discourse parsing for multi-party chat dialogues
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In this paper we present the first ever, to the best of our knowledge, discourse parser for multi-party chat dialogues. Expand
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A Symbolic Approach to Near-Deterministic Surface Realisation using Tree Adjoining Grammar
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We present a surface realiser which combines a reversible grammar (used for parsing and doing semantic construction) with a symbolic means of selecting paraphrases. Expand
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The KBGen Challenge
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We summarise the KBGen Task, the evaluation methods and the results obtained. Expand
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