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Description

The GIST project addresses the construction of a multilingual generation system for texts describing administrative procedures (e.g., how to apply for a social security facility, what to do in order to get visas, etc.) starting from language independent specifications. We considered three languages: English, German and Italian. The application domain of the developed prototype is represented by instructions on how to fill out pension forms.

A longer set of references is available here.

References

  1. Not, E., & Stock, O. (1994). Automatic Generation of Instructions for Citizens in a Multilingual Community. Paper presented at Proceedings of the First European Language Engineering Convention, Paris, France. Bib
  2. Paris, C. L., & Scott, D. (1994). Stylistic variation in multilingual instructions. Paper presented at Proceedings of the Seventh International Workshop on Natural Language Generation, Kennebunkport, Maine, USA, June 21-24, 1994, Kennebunkport, Maine, USA. Bib
  3. Power, R., & Cavallotto, N. (1996). GIST: Multilingual Generation of Administrative Forms. Paper presented at INLG'96, Herstmonceux Castle, Sussex. Bib
  4. Pianese, F., & Pianta, E. (1994). Description of the Italian Tactical Generator (GIST (Generating InStructional Text: EU-LRE 062-09) DeliverableNo. PR-2b). IRST. Bib
  5. Vander Linden, K., & Scott, D. (1995). Raising the Interlingual Ceiling with Multilingual Text Generation. Paper presented at Proceedings of the IJCAI workshop in multilingual text generation (International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence) 1995, Montréal, Canada. Bib
  6. Not, E. 1996. Generazione automatica di documenti amministrativi per una comunita` multilingue. Bib
  7. Pemberton, L., Hartley, A., Power, R., & Gorman, L. 1994. Designing a Technical Author's Workbench. Bib
  8. Hartley, A., & Paris, C. (1997). Multilingual document production: from support for translating to support for authoring. Machine Translation, 12(1–2), 109. Bib
  9. Bateman, J. A., Magnini, B., & Rinaldi, F. (1994). The Generalized{\footnotesize \em Italian,German,English} Upper Model. Paper presented at Proceedings of the ECAI94 Workshop: Comparison of Implemented Ontologies, Amsterdam. Bib
  10. Delin, J. L., Scott, D. R., & Hartley, A. (1996). Language-specific mappings from semantics to syntax. Paper presented at Proceedings of the 16th. International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING-96), Copenhagen. Bib
  11. Matiasek, J., & Trost, H. (1996). An HPSG-Based Generator for German: An experiment in the re-usability of linguistic resources. Paper presented at Proceedings of the 16th. International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING-96), Copenhagen. Bib
  12. Matiasek, J., & Buchberger, E. (1995). A tactical generator for German combining HPSG and FUF. Paper presented at Proceedings of the Fifth European Workshop on Natural Language Generation, Leiden, the Netherlands, 20-22 May 1995. Bib

Facts about GIST-taxRDF feed
Descriptiongenerates instructions for filling in tax forms  +
Domaintax forms  +
Ended1996  +
FrameworkSFG  +, FUF  +, GB  +, and HPSG  +
LanguageEnglish  +, German  +, and Italian  +
NameGIST  +
Started1994  +
URLhttp://ecate.itc.it:1025/projects/gist.html  +
WorkerCavallotto  +, Magnini  +, Lavid  +, Matiasek  +, Not  +, Paris  +, Pianesi  +, Pianta  +, Power  +, Scott  +, Stock  +, Trost  +, and Vander Linden  +
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