Albert Gatt
Albert Gatt
Senior Lecturer, Institute of Linguistics and Language Technology, University of Malta
Verified email at um.edu.mt - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
SimpleNLG: A realisation engine for practical applications
A Gatt, E Reiter
Proceedings of the 12th European Workshop on Natural Language Generation …, 2009
3222009
Automatic generation of textual summaries from neonatal intensive care data
F Portet, E Reiter, A Gatt, J Hunter, S Sripada, Y Freer, C Sykes
Artificial Intelligence 173 (7-8), 789-816, 2009
2452009
Survey of the state of the art in natural language generation: Core tasks, applications and evaluation
A Gatt, E Krahmer
Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research 61, 65-170, 2018
1922018
In pursuit of satisfaction and the prevention of embarrassment: affective state in group recommender systems
J Masthoff, A Gatt
User Modeling and User-Adapted Interaction 16 (3-4), 281-319, 2006
1672006
From data to text in the neonatal intensive care unit: Using NLG technology for decision support and information management
A Gatt, F Portet, E Reiter, J Hunter, S Mahamood, W Moncur, S Sripada
AI Communications 22 (3), 153-186, 2009
1202009
Evaluating algorithms for the generation of referring expressions using a balanced corpus
A Gatt, I Van Der Sluis, K Van Deemter
Proceedings of the Eleventh European Workshop on Natural Language Generation …, 2007
1032007
Factors causing overspecification in definite descriptions
R Koolen, A Gatt, M Goudbeek, E Krahmer
Journal of Pragmatics 43 (13), 3231-3250, 2011
952011
Building a Semantically Transparent Corpus for the Generation of Referring Expressions.
K van Deemter, I van der Sluis, A Gatt
Proceedings of the Fourth International Natural Language Generation …, 2006
862006
Generation of referring expressions: Assessing the incremental algorithm
K Deemter, A Gatt, I Sluis, R Power
Cognitive science 36 (5), 799-836, 2012
752012
Toward a computational psycholinguistics of reference production
K Van Deemter, A Gatt, RPG Van Gompel, E Krahmer
Topics in cognitive science 4 (2), 166-183, 2012
702012
The TUNA-REG Challenge 2009: Overview and evaluation results
A Gatt, A Belz, E Kow
Proceedings of the 12th European workshop on natural language generation …, 2009
672009
Automatic generation of natural language nursing shift summaries in neonatal intensive care: BT-Nurse
J Hunter, Y Freer, A Gatt, E Reiter, S Sripada, C Sykes
Artificial intelligence in medicine 56 (3), 157-172, 2012
592012
Introducing Shared Tasks to NLG: The TUNA Shared Task Evaluation Challenges.
A Gatt, A Belz
Empirical methods in natural language generation 5980, 264-293, 2010
58*2010
The TUNA Challenge 2008: Overview and evaluation results
A Gatt, A Belz, E Kow
Proceedings of the Fifth International Natural Language Generation …, 2008
562008
The attribute selection for GRE challenge: Overview and evaluation results
A Belz, A Gatt
Proceedings of UCNLG+ MT: Language Generation and Machine Translation, 75-83, 2007
532007
Using natural language generation technology to improve information flows in intensive care units
J Hunter, A Gatt, F Portet, E Reiter, S Sripada
Proceedings of the 18th European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ECAL …, 2008
512008
The importance of narrative and other lessons from an evaluation of an NLG system that summarises clinical data
E Reiter, A Gatt, F Portet, M Van Der Meulen
Proceedings of the Fifth International Natural Language Generation …, 2008
482008
Intrinsic vs. extrinsic evaluation measures for referring expression generation
A Belz, A Gatt
Proceedings of ACL-08: HLT, Short Papers, 197-200, 2008
482008
Summarising complex ICU data in natural language
J Hunter, Y Freer, A Gatt, R Logie, N McIntosh, M Van Der Meulen, ...
Procedings of the AMIA Annual Symposium (AMIA'08) 2008, 323, 2008
372008
BT-Nurse: computer generation of natural language shift summaries from complex heterogeneous medical data
J Hunter, Y Freer, A Gatt, E Reiter, S Sripada, C Sykes, D Westwater
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 18 (5), 621-624, 2011
332011
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