GenI: Natural language generation in Haskell

Abstract : In this article we present GenI, a chart based surface realisation tool implemented in Haskell. GenI takes as input a set of first order terms (the input semantics) and a grammar for a given target language (e.g., English, French, Spanish, etc.) and generates sentences in the target language, whose semantic meaning corresponds to the input semantics. The aim of the article is not so much to present GenI or to describe how it is implemented. Rather, we will focus on the aspects of functional programming (higher order functions, monads) and Haskell (typeclasses) that we found important to its design.
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Haskell'06, Sep 2006, Portland/USA, 2006
Contributor : Eric Kow <>
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Eric Kow. GenI: Natural language generation in Haskell. Haskell'06, Sep 2006, Portland/USA, 2006. <inria-00088787v2>




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