How we compose a text is not a well-understood process. This paper
explores Enkvist’s notion of text composition through the application
of multiple discourse strategies. To write a text, we don’t follow a
single strategy, but rather intermix a number of strategies as required
by the context of writing. This approach to text composition is then
applied to automatic text composition, a system for producing on-line
descriptions of museum artefacts on the fly.
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