Incremental sentence generation: Implications for the structure of a syntactic processor
Kempen, G., & Hoenkamp, E.
Incremental sentence generation: Implications for the structure of a syntactic processor. In J. Horecký (Ed.
), COLING 82. Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Computational Linguistics, Prague, July 5-10, 1982
(pp. 151-156). Amsterdam: North-Holland.
Human speakers often produce sentences incrementally. They can start speaking having in mind only a fragmentary idea of what they want to say, and while saying this they refine the contents underlying subsequent parts of the utterance. This capability imposes a number of constraints on the design of a syntactic processor. This paper explores these constraints and evaluates some recent computational sentence generators from the perspective of incremental production.
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