RoadSafe

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Summary

Description

A project for "Automatically Generating Advisory Text for Road Maintenance Vehicle Routing". The RoadSafe project is intended to
  • use Knowledge Aquisition techniques to understand how humans write textual instructions for road maintenance vehicle routing.
  • produce a system capable of automatically evaluating a region's geographical data combined with the weather forecast for 10000s of points in that region to provide textual routing and de-icer spread rate instructions
  • utilise Aerospace and Marine International's expert forecasters in order to post-edit generated advisory texts and therefore improve the performance of the system.

References

  1. Turner, R., Sripada, S., Reiter, E., & Davy, I. D. P. (2008). Using spatial reference frames to generate grounded textual summaries of georeferenced data. Paper presented at Proceedings of the 2008 International Conference on Natural Language Generation (INLG08, Salt Fork, Ohio. Bib
  2. Turner, R., Sripada, S., Reiter, E., & Davy, I. P. (2007). Selecting the content of textual descriptions of geographically located events in spatio-temporal weather data. Applications and Innovations in Intelligent Systems, XV, 75. Bib
Facts about RoadSafeRDF feed
DescriptionAutomatically Generating Advisory Text for Road Maintenance Vehicle Routing  +
Domaingeodata  +
Ended2009  +
LanguageEnglish  +
NameRoadSafe  +
Started2006  +
URLhttp://www.csd.abdn.ac.uk/~rturner/RoadSafe/  +
WorkerTurner  +, Sripada  +, Reiter  +, and Davy  +
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