Paper: Evolutionary and Case-Based Approaches to REG: NIL-UCM-EvoTAP NIL-UCM-ValuesCBR and NIL-UCM-EvoCBR

ACL ID W09-0632
Title Evolutionary and Case-Based Approaches to REG: NIL-UCM-EvoTAP NIL-UCM-ValuesCBR and NIL-UCM-EvoCBR
Venue European Workshop on Natural Language Generation
Session
Year 2009
Authors

on that identifies which part of them is common to all uses, and leaving certain gaps to be filled with details correspond- ing to a new use. A case-based solution (Aamodt and Plaza, 1994) to reference realization can ob- tain the information needed to realize a reference from the original examples of appropriate use that originated the templates. In our approach, a case consists of a de- scription of the problem (ATTRIBUTE-SET) and a solution (ANNOTATED-WORD-STRING inter- preted as a template). Cases are stored in a Case Retrieval Net (CRN) (Lenz and Burkhard, 1996), a memory model developed to improve the efficiency of the retrieval tasks of the CBR cycle. Each attribute-value pair from the ATTRIBUTE-SETis a node in the net. Templates in ANNOTATED-WORD-STRING are considered as solutions ...