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The aim of this project, due to begin in January 1982 under the auspices of Grant HR 7829/1 from the SSRC (UK), is to design, evaluate, and debug a computer realization of a generalized phrase structure grammar for a very large fragment of English. The realization will be in a form which is neutral with respect to parsing or generating sentences, and which(More)
This paper proposes performing natural language generation using genetic algorithms to address two issues: the difficulty in controlling global textual features which arise from a large number of interdependent local decisions, and the difficulty in applying conventional NLG wisdom in domains where the communicative goal lacks sufficient detail. It presents(More)
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