Man-Machine Dialogue: Design and Challenges

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John Wiley & Sons, Jul 1, 2013 - Technology & Engineering - 240 pages
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This book summarizes the main problems posed by the design of aman–machine dialogue system and offers ideas on how tocontinue along the path towards efficient, realistic and fluidcommunication between humans and machines.
A culmination of ten years of research, it is based on theauthor’s development, investigation and experimentationcovering a multitude of fields, including artificial intelligence,automated language processing, man–machine interfaces andnotably multimodal or multimedia interfaces.

Contents

Part 1. Historical and Methodological Landmarks
1. An Assessment of the Evolution of Research and Systems.
2. Man–Machine Dialogue Fields.
3. The Development Stages of a Dialogue System.
4. Reusable System Architectures.
Part 2. Inputs Processing
5. Semantic Analyses and Representations.
6. Reference Resolution.
7. Dialogue Acts Recognition.
Part 3. System Behavior and Evaluation
8. A Few Dialogue Strategies.
9. Multimodal Output Management.
10. Multimodal Dialogue System Assessment.

About the Authors

Frédéric Landragin is a computer science engineer andhas a PhD from the University of Lorraine, France. He is currentlyin charge of linguistics research for the French National Centerfor Scientific Research (CNRS). His studies focus on the analysisand modeling of language interpretation. Man–machine dialogueis one of the applications of this research.

 

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Contents

Preface
An Assessment of the Evolution
ManMachine Dialogue Fields
The Development Stages of a Dialogue
Reusable System Architectures
Semantic Analyses and Representations
Reference Resolution
Dialogue Acts Recognition
A Few Dialogue Strategies
Multimodal Output Management
Multimodal Dialogue System Assessment
Conclusion
Index
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About the author (2013)

Frédéric Landdragin is a computer science engineerand has a PhD from the University of Lorraine, France. He iscurrently in charge of linguistics research for the French NationalCenter for Scientific Research (CNRS). His studies focus on theanalysis and modeling of language interpretation. Man-machinedialogue is one of the applications of this research.

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