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Welcome to the fourth release of John Bateman and Michael Zock's list of Natural Language Generation Systems...

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Many thanks to those of you who continue to improve, correct and add to the information in this list. We are still checking and refining entries. We are aiming to make this list COMPLETE... it currently contains information concerning over 300 Natural Language Generation systems (somewhat loosely defined). Additions/corrections are therefore welcome as ever.

There continues to be plenty of room for more informative short paragraphs if anyone wants to submit such (which could also contain further hyperlinks, images, etc.) for their (or any one else's) systems. This release also contains some overviews of the data, which also reveal some gaps in the information that is available. Two overviews are given (clickable above): the languages generated and the application domains in which systems are active. If your system is not properly represented, please let us know!

Three basic instances of the list are maintained:

There is also an index of the names of system builders mentioned in the tables available here.

All of these were created automatically from the underlying database, and so there may well still be some errors and oddnesses to be removed. Note also that the bibliography source is BibTex and there is still occasionally some LaTex-ese left uncorrected. The underlying bibliographical database (which contains more than just the NLG-related entries used here) can be found here, and the particular extract induced by the entries in this list are here.

Finally, there are the usual disclaimers since mistakes may always creep in: apologies for these in advance. We'll do our best to update out any mistakes that you inform us of as soon as we can.

There must still be a few systems out there that are not on the list!!
Don't be left out!!!

Let us know!!!

John Bateman & Michael Zock

Last update:
John Bateman, Bremen, September 2002.

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