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SiGML Codes - Variable Sentences

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posted on 2023-08-23, 14:42 authored by L.D. EsselinkL.D. Esselink, Floris RoelofsenFloris Roelofsen, Jakub Dotlaçil, Shani Mende-Gillings, Maartje de Meulder, Nienke Sijm, Anika Smeijers

These files are the SiGML codes used in the prototype translation system for a healthcare setting. The files here are all possible permutations for the sentences with variables (e.g., specifics of time, etc). File names are in Dutch.
Due to the large amount of permutations, files are divided into the following (compressed) folders. Text in parenthesis is optional.
Doctor_Colleague_I_Explain_More.zip

  • "I am going to explain more in *number* minute(s)."
  • "I am going to explain more at *time* (in the morning/afternoon/evening)."
  • "The doctor is going to explain more in *number* minute(s)."
  • "The doctor is going to explain more at *time* (in the morning/afternoon/evening)."
  • "My colleague is going to explain more in *number* minute(s)."
  • "My colleague is going to explain more at *time* (in the morning/afternoon/evening)."

Time_Days.zip

  • "*number*"
  • "*number* minutes/hours/days/weeks/months."
  • "Approximately *number* minutes/hours/days/weeks/months."
  • "*time* (in the morning/afternoon/evening)."
  • "Approximately *time* (in the morning/afternoon/evening)."

Time_I_Doctor_Physiotherapist_Come.zip

  • "At about *time* (in the morning/afternoon/evening) I will come back."
  • "At about *time* (in the morning/afternoon/evening) the doctor will come."
  • "At about *time* (in the morning/afternoon/evening) the physiotherapist will come."

Time_CT_Scan_MRI_Scan_Xray.zip

  • "The CT scan will be at about *time* (in the morning/afternoon/evening)."
  • "The MRI scan will be at about *time* (in the morning/afternoon/evening)."
  • "The X-ray will be at about *time* (in the morning/afternoon/evening)."

Food.zip

  • "At about *time* (in the morning/afternoon/evening) food will be brought."
  • "You cannot eat until *time* (in the morning/afternoon/evening.)"

Go_Home_Other_Department.zip

  • "You can go home at about *time* (in the morning/afternoon/evening)."
  • You can go home on *day of week*."
  • "At about *time* (in the morning/afternoon/evening) you will be taken to a different department."

Blood_Samples.zip

  • "We will take blood samples at about *time* (in the morning/afternoon/evening)."
  • "We will take blood samples *number* time(s) a week."
  • "We will take blood samples on *day of week*."

Results.zip

  • "The results will arrive on *day of week*."

Funding

ZonMw 10430042010027

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