RAGS

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Description

aims to develop a generic architecture for applied NLG systems

References

  1. Cahill, L., Doran, C., Evans, R., Kibble, R., Mellish, C., & Paiva, D., et al. (2000). Enabling resource sharing in language generation: an abstract reference architecture. Paper presented at Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation, Athens, Greece. Bib
  2. Cahill, L., Carroll, J., Evans, R., Paiva, D., Power, R., Scott, D., & van Deemter, K. (2001). From RAGS to RICHES: exploiting the potential of a flexible generation architecture. Paper presented at Proceedings of the Conference of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL'01), Toulouse, France. Bib
  3. Cahill, L., Evans, R., Mellis, C., Paiva, D., Reape, M., & Scott, D. 2001. Introduction to the RAGS architecture. Information Technology Research Institute (ITRI), University of Brighton. Bib
  4. Cahill, L., Doran, C., Evans, R., Mellish, C., Paiva, D., & Reape, M., et al. (1999). In Search of a Reference Architecture for NLG Systems. Paper presented at Proceedings of the 7th European Workshop on Natural Language Generation, Toulouse. Bib
  5. Proceedings of the AISB'99 Workshop on Reference Architectures and Data Standards for NLP. Edinburgh, Scotland: AISB. (1999). Bib
Facts about RAGSRDF feed
Descriptionaims to develop a generic architecture for applied NLG systems  +
Ended1999  +
Languageindependent  +
NameRAGS  +
Started1997  +
URLhttp://www.itri.brighton.ac.uk/projects/rags/  +
WorkerMellish  +, Scott  +, Evans  +, Doran  +, Tipper  +, Cahill  +, Paiva  +, and Reape  +
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