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Using Natural Language Generation for Navigational Assistance

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Using Natural Language Generation for Navigational Assistance
In this paper we tackle the problem of generating natural route descriptions on the basis of input obtained from a commercially available way-finding system. Our framework and architecture incorporates the use of generic natural language generation techniques. Through examples we demonstrate that it is possible to bridge the gap between underlying representation and natural sounding descriptions. The work presented contributes both to the area of natural language generation and to the improvement of way-finding system interfaces.
Robert Dale, Sabine Geldof, Jean-Philippe Prost
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Year 2003
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Authors Robert Dale, Sabine Geldof, Jean-Philippe Prost
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