Narrative Prose Generation

@inproceedings{Callaway2001NarrativePG,
  title={Narrative Prose Generation},
  author={Charles B. Callaway and James C. Lester},
  booktitle={IJCAI},
  year={2001}
}
Story generation is experiencing a revival, despite disappointing preliminary results from the preceding three decades. One of the principle reasons for previous inadequacies was the low level of writing quality, which resulted from the excessive focus of story grammars on plot design. Although these systems leveraged narrative theory via corpora analyses, they failed to thoroughly extend those analyses to all relevant linguistic levels. The end result was narratives that were recognizable as… CONTINUE READING
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