10th European Workshop on
Natural Language Generation

Aberdeen, 8-10 August 2005


Towards Generating Procedural Texts: An Exploration of their Rhetorical and Argumentative Structure
Farida Aouladomar, Patrick Saint-Dizier, IRIT-CNRS

When must Should Be Chosen
Ralf Klabunde, Ruhr-Universität Bochum

Exploiting OWL Ontologies in the Multilingual Generation of Object Descriptions
Ion Androutsopoulos, Spyros Kallonis, Athens University of Economics and Business
Vangelis Karkaletsis, National Centre for Scientific Research Demokritos

Reversibility and Re-usability of Resources in NLG and Natural Language Dialog Systems
Martin Klarner, 3SOFT GmbH

Using a Corpus of Sentence Orderings Defined by Many Experts to Evaluate Metrics of Coherence for Text Structuring
Nikiforos Karamanis, University of Wolverhampton
Chris Mellish, University of Aberdeen

Answer Generation with Temporal Data Integration
Véronique Moriceau, Université Paul Sabatier

An Experiment Setup for Collecting Data for Adaptive Output Planning in a Multimodal Dialogue System
Ivana Kruijff-Korbayová, Nate Blaylock, Ciprian Gerstenberger, Verena Rieser, Saarland University
Tilman Becker, Michael Kaißer, Peter Poller, Jan Schehl, DFKI

An Evolutionary Approach to Referring Expression Generation and Aggregation
Raquel Hervás, Pablo Gervás, Universidad Complutense de Madrid

Chart Generation Using Production Systems
Sebastian Varges, University of Brighton

Spatial Descriptions as Referring Expressions in the MapTask Domain
Sebastian Varges, University of Brighton

Searching for Grammaticality: Propagating Dependencies in the Viterbi Algorithm
Stephen Wan, Robert Dale, Mark Dras, Macquarie University
Cécile Paris, CSIRO

The Types and Distributions of Errors in a Wide Coverage Surface Realizer Evaluation
Charles Callaway, University of Edinburgh