Generating chinese classical poems with statistical machine translation models

@inproceedings{He2012GeneratingCC,
  title={Generating chinese classical poems with statistical machine translation models},
  author={Jing He and Ming Zhou and Long Jiang},
  booktitle={AAAI 2012},
  year={2012}
}
This paper describes a statistical approach to generation of Chinese classical poetry and proposes a novel method to automatically evaluate poems. The system accepts a set of keywords representing the writing intents from a writer and generates sentences one by one to form a completed poem. A statistical machine translation (SMT) system is applied to generate new sentences, given the sentences generated previously. For each line of sentence a specific model specially trained for that line is… CONTINUE READING
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