Controlled Natural Language Generation from a Multilingual FrameNet-Based Grammar

@inproceedings{Dannlls2014ControlledNL,
  title={Controlled Natural Language Generation from a Multilingual FrameNet-Based Grammar},
  author={Dana Dann{\'e}lls and Normunds Gruzitis},
  booktitle={CNL},
  year={2014}
}
This paper presents a currently bilingual but potentially multilingual FrameNet-based grammar library implemented in Grammatical Framework. The contribution of this paper is two-fold. First, it offers a methodological approach to automatically generate the grammar based on semantico-syntactic valence patterns extracted from FrameNet-annotated corpora. Second, it provides a proof of concept for two use cases illustrating how the acquired multilingual grammar can be exploited in different CNL… 

A multilingual FrameNet-based grammar and lexicon for controlled natural language

TLDR
The proposed approach leverages FrameNet-annotated corpora to automatically extract a set of cross-lingual semantico-syntactic valence patterns from a categorial grammar formalism specialized for multilingual grammars.

REMU – Reliable Multilingual Digital Communication : Methods and Applications

The REMU project addresses the problem of reliable multilingual communication in a digital setting. It is a cooperation of research groups from language technology, software testing and formal

A semantic grammar for beginning communicators

Construction of Machine News Production System Based on Graph Database and Natural Language Generating Technology

  • Haiyun HanPengzhou Zhang
  • Computer Science
    2018 5th International Conference on Information Science and Control Engineering (ICISCE)
  • 2018
TLDR
It was proposed that the data storage methods and production of machine news can be improved by using graph database tools and natural language generation technology, and the system's design ideas, logical framework and operation process were elaborated.

Processing Use Case Scenarios and Text in a Formal Style as Inputs for TFM-based Transformations

TLDR
The theoretical results illustrate that use case specifications may have more structured and less structured formats, and structuring the initial documents is questionable but cases when they are to be managed in projects.

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 19 REFERENCES

Extracting a bilingual semantic grammar from FrameNet-annotated corpora

TLDR
The abstract syntax of the semantic grammar is described while focusing on its automatic extraction possibilities, and a unified method for comparing semantic and syntactic valence patterns across framenets is provided.

Discourse Generation from Formal Specifications Using the Grammatical FrameworkGF

TLDR
This paper shows how to generate coherent multilingual texts from formal representations using discourse strategies from GF's abstract grammar specifications from which multilingual descriptions of work of art objects are generated automatically.

Multilingual FrameNets in computational lexicography : methods and applications

This book demonstrates how the underlying principles of the English-based FrameNet project are successfully applied to the description and analysis of typologically diverse languages. The collection

FrameNet Resource Grammar Library for GF

TLDR
This paper proposes an extension to the current RGL, allowing GF application developers to define clauses on the semantic level, thus leaving the language-specific syntactic mapping to this extension, and demonstrates the approach by reengineering the MOLTO Phrasebook application grammar.

Polysemy in Controlled Natural Language Texts

TLDR
It is shown that micro-ontologies and multi-word units allow integration of the rich and polysemous multi-domain background knowledge into CNL thus providing interpretation for the content words.

Multilingual Verbalisation of Modular Ontologies Using GF and lemon

This paper presents an approach to multilingual ontology verbalisation of controlled language based on the Grammatical Framework (GF) and the lemon model. It addresses specific challenges that arise

FrameNet CNL: A Knowledge Representation and Information Extraction Language

TLDR
A state-of-the-art information extraction parser used by a national news agency is described and it is speculated that FrameNet-CNL eventually could shape the natural language subset used for writing the newswire articles.

The GF Resource Grammar Library

TLDR
The focus of this paper is on the linguistic aspects of the GF Resource Grammar Library—in particular, what syntactic structures are covered and how the problems arising in different languages have been solved.

Multilingual online generation from semantic web ontologies

TLDR
The objective of the work is to build an ontology-based multilingual application for museum information on the Web that uses Semantic Web ontologies for generating coherent multilingual natural language descriptions about museum objects.

Frame-Semantic Parsing

TLDR
A two-stage statistical model that takes lexical targets in their sentential contexts and predicts frame-semantic structures and results in qualitatively better structures than naïve local predictors, which outperforms the prior state of the art by significant margins.