Dart-bio

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  • System Name: Dart-bio
  • Short Description: Automatic generation of pages combining textual artist bibliographies and timeline graphs concerning the Bauhaus
  • System Builders: Bateman, Alexa, Teich, Kamps, Reichenberger, Kleinz, Rondhuis[1][2][3][4]
  • Development Period: 1994–1996
  • Languages: English
  • Domain: biographies, art history, layout and text
  • Theoretical framework: SFG
  • Forerunner: KOMET

Description

Automatic generation of pages combining textual artist bibliographies and timeline graphs concerning the Bauhaus. Producing formatted pages in response to selections of artists made by the user with a graphical information retrieval interface.</p>

Generation was performed using the KOMET generation system. An example page generated from a very large knowledge base compiled from the Dictionary of Art at that time is:

<img src=../images/pic1-layout.gif width=700 height=525>

References

  1. Bateman, J. A., Kamps, T., Kleinz, J., & Reichenberger, K. (2001). Constructive text, diagram and layout generation for information presentation: the DArt_bio system. Computational Linguistics, 27(3), 409. Bib
  2. Bateman, J. A., Kamps, T., Kleinz, J., & Reichenberger, K. (1998). Communicative Goal-Driven NL Generation and Data-driven Graphics Generation: an architectural synthesis for multimedia page generation. Paper presented at Proceedings of the 1998 International Workshop on Natural Language Generation. Bib
  3. Reichenberger, K., Rondhuis, K. J., Kleinz, J., & Bateman, J. A. (1995). Effective presentation of information through page layout: a linguistically-based approach. Paper presented at Proceedings of ACM Workshop on Effective Abstractions in Multimedia, Layout and Interaction, San Francisco, California. Bib
  4. Reichenberger, K., Kamps, T., & Golovchinsky, G. (1995). Towards a Generative Theory of Diagram Design. Paper presented at Proceedings of 1995 IEEE Symposium on Information Visualization, Los Alamitos, USA. Bib
Facts about Dart-bioRDF feed
DescriptionAutomatic generation of pages combining textual artist bibliographies and timeline graphs concerning the Bauhaus  +
Domainbiographies, art history, layout and text  +
Ended1996  +
ForerunnerKOMET  +
FrameworkSFG  +
LanguageEnglish  +
NameDart-bio  +
Started1994  +
WorkerBateman  +, Alexa  +, Teich  +, Kamps  +, Reichenberger  +, Kleinz  +, and Rondhuis  +
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