Paper: Syntactic And Semantic Problems In Automatic Sentence Generation

ACL ID C67-1006
Title Syntactic And Semantic Problems In Automatic Sentence Generation
Venue International Conference on Computational Linguistics
Session Main Conference
Year 1967
Authors

ng. i. The Sentence Generation Routine The ASG program operates with Russian language materials, for the simple reason that the kind of data on which the linguistic assump- tions are based is available only for Russian. The data is derived from the corpus of Russian physics text processed at The RAND Corpora- tion (References i, 2). In effect, the program described here deals with a sub-set of the Russian language found in these physics texts. The program may be said to consist of three parts: a glossary of words, a granlnar, and a program for synthesizing sentences. (i) The glossary is merely a list of 550 Russian words on magnetic tape; each entry consists of a "word number" (the word-identification number in the RAND physics glossary), (Reference 3) and a representa- tive Russian form (...