Building Conceptual Dictionary for Providing Common Knowledge in the Integrated Narrative Generation System

Abstract

We explain the current version of a conceptual dictionary containing two hierarchies of verb concepts and noun concepts to be functioned in our narrative generation system. It is used for operating naturalness or validity of generated events and realizing or adjusting the intentional defamiliarization. Namely, this dictionary is a mechanism to be able to flexibly adjust a variety of generation from realistic narratives to fantastical narratives as well as the foundation for a narrative event and the elements. In the current version, verb concept dictionary has originally defined 5338 case frames and modified 1158 constraints and noun concept dictionary contains 121573 concepts including 5808 intermediate concepts.


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