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|Title:||Text content and task performance in the evaluation of a natural language generation system|
|Keywords:||Natural language processing (Computer science)|
Linguistic analysis (Linguistics)
|Citation:||Gatt, A., & Portet, F. (2009). Text content and task performance in the evaluation of a natural language generation system. International Conference RANLP - 2009 /Recent Advances in Natural Language Processing, Borovets. 1-6.|
|Abstract:||An important question in the evaluation of Natural Language Generation systems concerns the relationship between textual characteristics and task performance. If the results of task-based evaluation can be correlated to properties of the text, there are better prospects for improving the system. The present paper investigates this relationship by focusing on the outcomes of a task-based evaluation of a system that generates summaries of patient data, attempting to correlate these with the results of an analysis of the system’s texts, compared to a set of gold standard human-authored summaries.|
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