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This paper describes tactical generation in Turkish, a
free constituent order language, in
which the order of the constituents may change according to the information
the sentences to be generated. In the absence of any information regarding
structure of a sentence (i.e. topic, focus, background, etc.), the constituents
of the sentence
obey a default order, but the order is almost freely changeable, depending
on the constraints
of the text flow or discourse. We have used a recursively structured finite
(much like a Recursive Transition Network (RTN)) for handling the changes
order, implemented as a right-linear grammar backbone. Our implementation
is the GenKit system, developed at Carnegie Mellon University, Center for
Translation. Morphological realization has been implemented using an external
analysis/generation component which performs concrete morpheme selection
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