TAG

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TAG stands for Tree-adjoining grammar(s).

For more information, see e.g. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tree-adjoining_grammar


This wiki believes that the following NLG systems are based on the TAG framework:

System Worker Started Ended Description
EFFENDI Poller 24489891993 24500841996 Efficient Formulation of Dialogue Contributions for train inquiries
Flaubert Meunier
Danlos
24508151998 24508151998 multilingual generator
GENARO Conklin 24453361983 24467971987 description of pictures
InDiGen Striegnitz
Gardent
24515452000 24519112001 Integrated generation from declarative grammar-semantics-goal specifications
LEXSYS Carroll
Nicolov
Smets
Shaumyan
Weir
24515452000 24526412003 A wide-coverage lexicalized grammar
Marciniak Marciniak
Strube
24526412003 24530062004 Generator for route descriptions
Meunier Meunier 24504501997 24504501997 TAG-based generation (PhD)
PPP André
Müller
Rist
24489891993 24500841996 creates an animated character which explains to a user how to perform various tasks, using a mixture of text, speech and graphics
PREPLAN André 24497191995 24497191995 plan-based multimedia generation
SPOKESMAN Meteer 24478931990 24486231992 producing texts by revising
SPUD Stone
Doran
24504501997 sentence planning using descriptions
TAG-GEN Finkler
Harbusch
Kilger
24478931990 24489891993 syntactic generator exploiting an incremental and parallel processing scheme
VITRA Herzog
Blocher
Gapp
Stopp
Wahlster
André
Rist
Nagel
Enkelmann
Zimmermann
Wazinski
24475281989 24511801999 Generation of dynamically changing scene descriptions
VM-GECO Finkler 24489891993 24500841996 VerbMobil Generation Components (I)
VM-GECO-II Finkler 24504501997 24515452000 VerbMobil Generation Components (II)
VM-GEN Becker
Finkler
Karbusch
Kilger
24497191995 24497191995 German surface generator for the Verbmobil project; incremental
WIP Wahlster 24489891993 24489891993 multimodal generation, instructions for technical products
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