On reciprocal improvement in multimodal generation Co-reference by text and information graphics

Chrıstopher, Habel
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In this paper, we argue that in the production of complex documents combining text and information graphics, improvement—seen as a specific revision process—has to be considered as an independent module in a multi-pass architecture. Inside improvement, graph comprehension and text comprehension modules interact in building up a common content representation based on a conceptual inventory specified via topological and geometrical concepts. During concurrent comprehension the reciprocal improvement module inspects possible gaps in co-reference and coherence and decides which gaps should be filled. We exemplify these tasks and processes with an analysis of an excerpt from a business-news article in the New York Times.
MOG 2007 Workshop on Multimodal Output Generation (2007)


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H. Chrıstopher and C. Acartürk, “On reciprocal improvement in multimodal generation Co-reference by text and information graphics,” Aberdeen, İngiltere, 2007, p. 69, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://acarturk.net/wp-content/uploads/Habel_Acarturk_2007.pdf.