By Ehud Reiter
This ebook explains the way to construct ordinary Language iteration (NLG) systems--computer software program structures that immediately generate comprehensible texts in English or different human languages. NLG platforms use wisdom approximately language and the appliance area to instantly produce files, reviews, factors, support messages, and different kinds of texts. The ebook covers the algorithms and representations had to practice the center projects of record making plans, microplanning, and floor attention, utilizing a case research to teach how those elements healthy jointly. it really is crucial interpreting for researchers drawn to NLP, AI, and HCI; and for builders attracted to complex document-creation know-how.
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One implication of this rule for designers is that you must not mistake the properties of written language for those of spoken language. This is one reason why you can’t record a single instance of /s/, then use it to pluralize both “dollar,” which ends with a voiced consonant, and “cent,” which ends with an unvoiced consonant. A more general implication is the value of SUI designers having a background in speech science to inform their design decisions. Phonology Phonology is the study of the basic sounds of language (phonemes) and the rules for their combination.
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