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Domain-Level Reasoning for Spoken Dialogue Systems ebook

by Dirk Bühler,Wolfgang Minker


Dirk Bühler, Wolfgang Minker.

Dirk Bühler, Wolfgang Minker. Fundamentals of Dialogue Systems. Dirk Bühler, Wolfgang Minker. This component, called the Problem Assistant is responsible for processing constraints on a possible solution obtained from various sources, namely user and the system's domain-specific information. The authors present findings on the implementation of a dialogue management interface to the Problem Assistant.

The dialogue system supports simple mixedinitiative planning interactions in the TRAINS domain, which is still a. .

The dialogue system supports simple mixedinitiative planning interactions in the TRAINS domain, which is still a relatively complex domain involving a number of logical constraints and relations forming the basis for the collaborative problem-solving behavior that drives the dialogue. The book also: Presents novel methods for enabling spoken dialogue systems to construct and manage complex tasks and interdependencies with different applications.

Автор: Judea Pearl Название: Probabilistic Reasoning in Intelligent Systems, ISBN: 1558604790 ISBN-13(EAN): 9781558604797 Издательство: Elsevier Science Рейтинг

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In Monitoring Adaptive Spoken Dialog Systems, authors Alexander Schmitt and Wolfgang Minker investigate statistical approaches that allow for recognition of negative dialog patterns in Spoken Dialog Systems (SDS). The presented stochastic methods allow a flexible.

A spoken dialog system is a computer system able to converse with a human with voice. It has two essential components that do not exist in a written text dialog system: a speech recognizer and a text-to-speech module (written text dialog systems usually use other input systems provided by an OS). In can be further distinguished from command and control speech systems that can respond to requests but do not attempt to maintain continuity over time.

Elisabeth André, Matthias Rehm, Wolfgang Minker, Dirk Bühler.

E Andre, M Rehm, W Minker, D Bühler.

SK Bennacef, H Bonneau-Maynard, JL Gauvain, LF Lamel, W Minker. E Andre, M Rehm, W Minker, D Bühler.

Reasoning for Information: Seeking and Planning Dialogues provides a logic-based reasoning component for spoken language dialogue systems. This component, called Problem Assistant is responsible for processing constraints on a possible solution obtained from various sources, namely user and the system's domain-specific information. The authors also present findings on the implementation of a dialogue management interface to the Problem Assistant. The dialogue system supports simple mixed-initiative planning interactions in the TRAINS domain, which is still a relatively complex domain involving a number of logical constraints and relations forming the basis for the collaborative problem-solving behavior that drives the dialogue.
Domain-Level Reasoning for Spoken Dialogue Systems ebook
Author:
Dirk Bühler,Wolfgang Minker
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Springer; 2011 edition (April 19, 2011)
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