ILEX: an architecture for a dynamic hypertext generation system

@article{ODonnell2001ILEXAA,
  title={ILEX: an architecture for a dynamic hypertext generation system},
  author={Mick O'Donnell and Chris Mellish and Jon Oberlander and Alistair Knott},
  journal={Natural Language Engineering},
  year={2001},
  volume={7},
  pages={225-250}
}
Generating text in a hypermedia environment places different demands on a text generation system than occurs in non-interactive environments. This paper describes some of these demands, then shows how the architecture of one text generation system, ILEX, has been shaped by them. The architecture is described in terms of the levels of linguistic representation used, and the processes which map between them. Particular attention is paid to the processes of content selection and text structuring. 

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