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SFG

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SFG stands for Systemic functional grammar.

For more information, see e.g. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Systemic_functional_grammar


This wiki believes that the following NLG systems are based on the SFG framework:

System Worker Started Ended Description
AGILE Krujiff
Korbayová
Teich
Hartley
Bateman
Sharoff
Scott
Staykova
Sokolova
24511801999 24519112001 generates instructions in the domain of Computer-Aided Design
COMMUNAL Fawcett
Tucker
24471621988 24486231992 generation with systemic functional grammar
Dart-bio Bateman
Alexa
Teich
Kamps
Reichenberger
Kleinz
Rondhuis
24493541994 24500841996 Automatic generation of pages combining textual artist bibliographies and timeline graphs concerning the Bauhaus
Drafter-I Scott
Hartley
Power
Paris
Vander Linden
Evans
24497191995 24497191995 helps technical authors write instruction documents
EES Moore
Swartout
Paris
24464321986 24478931990 generation of explanations
GENESYS Fawcett
Tucker
24478931990 24493541994 the large systemic functional grammar component of the Communal system
GIST-tax Cavallotto
Magnini
Lavid
Matiasek
Not
Paris
Pianesi
Pianta
Power
Scott
Stock
Trost
Vander Linden
24493541994 24500841996 generates instructions for filling in tax forms
GeM Delin
Bateman
Henschel
Allen
24508151998 24522762002 multimodal generation
HealthDoc DiMarco
Hovy
Hirst
Wanner
24497191995 24508151998 generation of medical information
Horace Cross 24493541994 24493541994 generation of water-cycle texts as an experiment in register-based generation
IMAGENE Vander Linden 24486231992 24486231992 instructions for operating telephones
ISOLDE Paris
Vander Linden
Lu
24511801999 24522762002 automatic generation of software instructions
KOMET Bateman
Teich
Maier
Wanner
Henschel
Degand
24482581991 24500841996 Multilingual generation with systemic functional grammar
KPML Bateman
Matthiessen
Zeng
24489891993 large-scale multilingual generation and development environment
M-PIRO Androutsopoulos
Kokkinaki
Dimitromanolaki
Calder
Oberlander
Not
O'Donnell
24519112001 24526412003 Development of technology for allowing museums to generate automatically textual or spoken descriptions of exhibits for collections across the Web or in virtual reality environments.
MulTex Zeng 24489891993 24497191995 multilingual generation of news reports
NLG-DB Frölich 24497191995 24508151998 Generation of NL descriptions from information maintained in a conceptual database modelling language
Ontogeneration Aguado
Gómez-Pérez
Bateman
24504501997 24511801999 generation of database and ontology definition descriptions
PEA Moore 24475281989 24493541994 generates a system's dialogue contributions teaching a student about a programming language
PENMAN Mann
Matthiessen
Hovy
Kasper
Bateman
Whitney
Albano
Poulton
O'Donnell
24446061981 24486231992 Portable systemic generator for domain-independent large-scale text generation
PRETEXTE Gagnon
Lapalme
24497191995 24497191995 generation of temporal expressions
PROTEUS Davey 24435101978 24435101978 generation of comments when playing TIC-TAC-TOE
SIC! Dilley
Thiel
Tissen
Bateman
24486231992 24486231992 integrated multimodal interaction to information systems
SLANG Patten 24457011984 24464321986 use of systemic grammars for NLG
SPEAK! Bateman
Stein
Hagen
Teich
Grote
Thiel
24497191995 24500841996 spoken language generation for supporting database access
STAGE Kamal
Mellish
24530062004 24530062004 Generating using an Assumption-Based Truth Maintenance System (ATMS)
TECHDOC Rösner
Stede
Grote
24486231992 24486231992 multilingual instructions for automobile maintenance
WAG O'Donnell 24478931990 24493541994 a system for developing and using systemic grammars for generation and analysis
Wilcock Wilcock 24489891993 24489891993 generation of complex English modal and auxiliary verb groups are presented in Japanese to a Japanese user
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