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Multimodality and Genre: A Foundation for the Systematic Analysis of Multimodal Documents
Multimodal Documents and Their Components Multimodal Documents and Genre Genre Variation Across Time The Rhetoric of Multimodal Documents Channel Hopping Relating Visual and Textual Elements BuildingExpand
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Enabling technology for multilingual natural language generation: the KPML development environment
  • J. Bateman
  • Computer Science
  • Nat. Lang. Eng.
  • 1 March 1997
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This paper describes KPML, a multilingual development environment that offers one possible solution to these problems. Expand
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A linguistic ontology of space for natural language processing
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We present a detailed semantics for linguistic spatial expressions supportive of computational processing that draws substantially on the principles and tools of ontological engineering and formal ontology. Expand
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Text and Image: A Critical Introduction to the Visual/Verbal Divide
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This introductory textbook explores and analyses the various approaches to multimodality and o ers the first comprehensive, in-depth survey of all aspects of the text-image relation. Expand
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Rhetorical structure theory
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This article describes Rhetorical Structure Theory (RST), developed in the USA in the mid-to-late 1980s by William C. Mann and Sandra Thompson. Expand
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Upper Modeling: organizing knowledge for natural language processing
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Abstract : A general, reusable computational resource has been developed within the Penman text generation project for organizing domain knowledge appropriately for linguistic realization. Expand
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Towards Constructive Text, Diagram, and Layout Generation for Information Presentation
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In this paper we focus on the selection and function of layout in pages that appropriately combine textual and graphical representation styles to yield coherent presentation designs. Expand
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On the relationship between ontology construction and natural language: a socio-semiotic view
  • J. Bateman
  • Computer Science
  • Int. J. Hum. Comput. Stud.
  • 1 December 1995
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This paper distinguishes several different classes of "ontology", each with its own characteristics and principles. Expand
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