Gregory Lessard: Application of Attribute Grammars to Natural Language Sentence Generation

@inproceedings{Levison1990GregoryLA,
  title={Gregory Lessard: Application of Attribute Grammars to Natural Language Sentence Generation},
  author={Michael Levison},
  booktitle={WAGA},
  year={1990}
}
The Vinci system generates sentences or phrases in natural languages. The specification of each language has syntactic, lexical and morphological components. The basis of the syntax definition is an attribute grammar which is used to create a tree representing the sentence structure. The tree is subsequently transformed as necessary to obtain related sentence forms, such as the interrogative or passive, and is then subjected to lexical and morphological phases which supply the actual words of… CONTINUE READING

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