Writing a good paper doesn’t always mean it will be read. Often times good work can fade away into the annals of time. In this session, SIGGEN members selected a few papers that they believe are great work, but may be somewhat less known. Each paper was presented with a 15 minute summary and defense, with 5 minutes for questions and discussion. Audience members will vote for their favorite paper the morning of June 21st. Results will be presented at the end of the conference.
- David McDonald presented:
- John Henry Clippinger Jr., “Speaking with Many Tongues: Some Problems in Modeling Speakers of Actual Discourse”. Proceedings of Theoretical Issues in Natural Language Processing (TINLP) 1975.
- Michael White presented:
- Günter Neumann and Gertjan Van Noord, “Self-Monitoring with Reversible Grammars”. Proceedings of CoLING 2012.
- Kristina Striegnitz presented:
- Montfort, Nick., “Natural Language Generation and Narrative Variation in Interactive Fiction”. Proceedings of the Twenty-First AAAI 2006 Computational Aesthetic Workshop.