Papers Accepted for Plenary Presentation                                                                                                                                                    

2: Ehud Reiter.  An Architecture for Data-to-Text Systems

3: Feikje Hielkema, Chris Mellish and Peter Edwards.  Using WYSIWYM to Create an Open-ended Interface for the Semantic Grid

4: Xiantang Sun and Chris Mellish. An Experiment on "Free Generation" from Single RDF Triples

5: Karin Harbusch, Camiel van Breugel, Ulrich Koch and Gerard Kempen. Interactive sentence combining and paraphrasing in support of integrated
writing and grammar instruction: A new application area for natural language sentence generators

6: Swati Gupta, Marilyn Walker and Daniela Romano. Generating Politeness in Task Based Interaction: An Evaluation of the Effect of Linguistic Form
and Culture

9: Aoife Cahill, Martin Forst and Christian Rohrer. Stochastic Realisation Ranking for a Free Word Order Language

11: Ralf Klabunde. Lexical choice of modal expressions

13: Richard Power. Abstract verbs

16: Clara Mancini, Christian Pietsch and Donia Scott. Visualising Discourse Structure in Interactive Documents

24: Claire Gardent and Eric Kow. Spotting Overgeneration Suspects

26: Jette Viethen and Robert Dale. Capturing Acceptable Variation in Distinguishing Descriptions

28: Albert Gatt, Ielka van der Sluis and Kees vanDeemter. Evaluating algorithms for the Generation of Referring Expressions using a balanced corpus

32: Nitin Madnani, Rebecca Passonneau, Necip Fazil Ayan, John Conroy, Bonnie Dorr, Judith Klavans, Dianne O'Leary and Judith Schlesinger.
Measuring Variability in Sentence Ordering for News Summarization

33: Mariet Theune, Nanda Slabbers and Feikje Hielkema. The Narrator: NLG for digital storytelling

35: Mary Ellen Foster and Michael White. Avoiding Repetition in Generated Text

36: Roger Evans, David Weir, John Carroll, Daniel Paiva and Anja Belz. Modelling control in generation

38: Anja Belz and Sebastian Varges. Generation of repeated references to discourse entities

Papers Accepted for Poster  Presentation

1: Dimitrios Galanis and Ion Androutsopoulos. Generating Multilingual Descriptions from Linguistically Annotated OWL Ontologies:
Pthe NaturalOWL System

14: Saad Mahamood, Ehud Reiter and Chris Mellish. A Comparison of Hedged and Non-hedged NLG Texts

15: Sandra Williams, Paul Piwek and Richard Power. Generating monologue and dialogue to present personalised medical information to patients

25: David Hardcastle. Cryptic Crossword Clues: Generating Text with a Hidden Meaning

27: Katja Filippova and Michael Strube. Extending the Entity-grid Coherence Model to Semantically Related Entities

30: Debora Field and Allan Ramsay. Deep-reasoning-centred explanatory dialogue

31: Kavita Thomas and Somayajulu Sripada. Atlas.txt: Improving Access to Geo-referenced Data with NLG

34: Manon Penning and Mariet Theune. Cueing the Virtual Storyteller: Analysis of cue phrase usage in fairy tales

39: Thomas Kleinbauer, Stephanie Becker and Tilman Becker. Combining Multiple Information Layers for the Automatic  Generation of
Meeting Abstracts

41: Charles Callaway and Johanna Moore. Determining tutorial remediation strategies from a corpus of human-human tutoring dialogues