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Systemic functional grammar in natural language generation: linguistic description and computational representation

Systemic functional grammar in natural language generation: linguistic description and computational representation (1회 대출)

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Teich, Elke , 1963-.
서명 / 저자사항
Systemic functional grammar in natural language generation: linguistic description and computational representation / Elke Teich.
발행사항
London ;   New York :   Cassell ,   1999.  
형태사항
xv, 250 p. ; 24 cm.
총서사항
Communication in artificial intelligence
ISBN
0304701688 (hard cover)
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references (p. [228]-242) and index.
일반주제명
Computational linguistics. Systemic grammar. Dependency grammar.
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CONTENTS

List of Figures = ⅸ

List of Tables = xiii

Preface = xiv

Acknowledgements = xvi

Notational Conventions = xvii

1 Introduction = 1

 1.1 Motivation and goals = 1

 1.2 Background = 3

 1.3 Overview : the structure of this book = 5

2 Theory and Linguistic Representation : Systemic Functional Linguistics = 7

 2.1 Introduction = 7

 2.2 Systemic functional linguistics : the theoretical perspective = 8

 2.3 The realization of theory : linguistic representation = 9

  2.3.1 The system = 10

  2.3.2 Stratification = 13

  2.3.3 Functional diversification : the metafunctions = 15

  2.3.4 Realization = 16

  2.3.5 Intermediate summary = 17

 2.4 The view of grammar in SFL = 18

  2.4.1 The paradigmatic axis : functional diversification in the grammar = 21

  2.4.2 The motivation of grammatical categories in the system network = 27

  2.4.3 The syntagmatic axis and its representation : realization = 29

   2.4.3.1 The Hallidayan view : modes of expression = 30

   2.4.3.2 Limits of linguistic representation in Hallidayan SFG = 33

   2.4.3.3 Fawcett's approach to grammar = 36

   2.4.3.4 Hudson's daughter-dependency grammar = 39

   2.4.3.5 Interaxial and interrank realization = 43

  2.4.4 Summary of Section 2.4 = 47

 2.5 Summary and outlook = 49

3 Computational Application : Grammar Models in Natural Language Generation = 51

 3.1 Introduction = 51

 3.2 Natural language generation = 53

 3.3 Grammars for natural language generation = 56

 3.4 A comparison of selected grammar approaches in tactical generation = 60

  3.4.1 SFL in generation : PENMAN = 60

  3.4.2 MTT in generation : GOSSIP = 69

  3.4.3 FOG in generation : COMET = 74

  3.4.4 TAG in generation : MUMBLE-86/SPOKESMAN = 77

 3.5 Summary : A critical appraisal of SFG for natural language generation = 85

 3.6 Outlook = 88

4 Description : A Systemic Functional Grammar of German for Natural Language Generation = 90

 4.1 Introduction = 90

 4.2 A fragment of a computational systemic functional grammar of German = 92

  4.2.1 Rank and ranking = 92

  4.2.2 Problems with rank = 95

  4.2.3 The clause : description = 97

   4.2.3.1 Clause-complexity = 97

   4.2.3.2 Transitivity = 100

   4.2.3.3 Object-insertion = 110

   4.2.3.4 Diathesis and diathesis-transitivity gates = 111

   4.2.3.5 Circumstantial = 117

   4.2.3.6 Theme = 120

   4.2.3.7 Mood = 123

   4.2.3.8 Tense = 125

  4.2.4 Clause rank : classification of problems = 128

  4.2.5 The nominal group : description = 130

   4.2.5.1 Nominal-group-complexity = 131

   4.2.5.2 Nountype = 133

   4.2.5.3 Epithet = 135

   4.2.5.4 Classification = 135

   4.2.5.5 Numeration = 136

   4.2.5.6 Qualification = 136

   4.2.5.7 Determination = 138

   4.2.5.8 Nominal-person and pronoun = 138

  4.2.6 NG rank : classification of problems = 140

  4.2.7 The adjectival group = 147

  4.2.8 The adverbial group = 148

  4.2.9 The prepositional phrase : description = 148

   4.2.9.1 PPother = 149

   4.2.9.2 PPspatiotemporal = 150

  4.2.10 PP rank : classification of problems = 152

 4.3 Summary and outlook = 152

5 Computational Representation : A Proposal for Dependency in Systemic Functional Grammar = 158

 5.1 Introduction = 158

  5 1.1 The problems : towards a solution = 158

  5.1.2 Overview of Chapter 5 = 160

 5.2 Features for grammatical representation = 161

  5.2.1 From features to feature structures and typed feature structures = 162

  5.2.2 The 'meaning' of features : feature motivation in SFG and HPSG = 172

  5.2.3 The 'syntax' of features : system networks and(typed) feature structures = 174

  5.2.4 Some desiderata for SFG = 179

 5.3 The notion of dependency in grammar theory = 180

  5.3.1 Dependency versus constituency or dependency and constituency ? = 182

  5.3.2 Hudson's ANTG revisited : heads and features = 188

  5.3.3 Towards a notion of dependency for SFG = 189

 5.4 A proposal for a dependency systemic functional grammar = 190

  5.4.1 A fragment of SFG as typed feature structures = 191

  5.4.2 From preselection to designated type constraints = 196

  5.4.3 Results/examples = 204

  5.4.4 Summary and conclusions = 204

 5.5 Summary = 216

6 Summary and Conclusions = 220

 6.1 The theme of this book = 220

 6.2 The train of thought in this book = 221

 6.3 HPSG and SFG revisited = 223

 6.4 Conclusions = 225

 6.5 Envoi = 226

Bibliography = 228

Index = 243



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