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Multimodal reference in dialogue : towards a balanced corpus

@inproceedings{Piwek2008MultimodalRI,
  title={Multimodal reference in dialogue : towards a balanced corpus},
  author={P. Piwek and Albert Gatt and I. V. D. Sluis and A. Bangerter},
  year={2008}
}
Generation of Referring Expressions (GRE), e.g., Dale and Reiter (1995), is one of the core tasks of Natural Language Generation (NLG) systems. Usually it is formulated as an identification problem: given a domain representing entities and their properties, construct a referring expression for a target referent or set of target referents which singles it out from its distractors. Recently, researchers in this area have turned their attention to multimodal referring acts, in particular, the… Expand

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