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From Natural Language Instructions to Complex Processes: Issues in Chaining Trigger Action Rules

@article{Ito2020FromNL,
  title={From Natural Language Instructions to Complex Processes: Issues in Chaining Trigger Action Rules},
  author={N. Ito and Yuya Suzuki and Akiko Aizawa},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2001.02462}
}
Automation services for complex business processes usually require a high level of information technology literacy. There is a strong demand for a smartly assisted process automation (IPA: intelligent process automation) service that enables even general users to easily use advanced automation. A natural language interface for such automation is expected as an elemental technology for the IPA realization. The workflow targeted by IPA is generally composed of a combination of multiple tasks… Expand
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