Narrative Science Systems: A Review

by   Paramjot Kaur Sarao, et al.

Automatic narration of events and entities is the need of the hour, especially when live reporting is critical and volume of information to be narrated is huge. This paper discusses the challenges in this context, along with the algorithms used to build such systems. From a systematic study, we can infer that most of the work done in this area is related to statistical data. It was also found that subjective evaluation or contribution of experts is also limited for narration context.



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