Creativity in Natural Language: Studying Lexical Relations



There are already many systems provided with the capacity of automatically generating sentences. Most of them were developed for
reliability, others for creativity. Dupond uses lexical relations to transform a sentence, following certain criteria. It is able to produce new
sentences keeping the original meaning. It was developed as part of a larger project whose goal is to understand how lexical relations can
be used to influence creativity in natural language. But Dupond is suitable for use in applications such as chatter bots and other sentence


Natural Language Generation, Creativity


Linguistic Creativity


4th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC), May 2004

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