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Quesada Moreno, José Francisco; García, Federico; Sena Pichardo, María Esther; Bernal Bermejo, José Ángel; Amores Carredano, José Gabriel de (2001)
Publisher: Sociedad Española para el Procesamiento del Lenguaje Natural
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: Spoken dialogue management systems, Natural command languages, Home machine environment, Natural language understanding, Dialogue management agents
This paper presents the main characteristics of an Agent-based Architecture for the design and implementation of a Spoken Dialogue System. From a theoretical point of view, the system is based on the Information State Update approach, in particular, the system aims at the management of Natural Command Language Dialogue Moves in a Home Machine Environment. Specifically, the paper is focused on the Natural Language Understanding and Dialogue Management Agents, and discusses their integration over a global agent architecture (which includes Action and Knowledge Managers, Speech Input/Output components and HomeSetup controllers). This work has been supported by D'Homme (Dialogues in the Home Machine Environment), EC Project IST-2000-26280.
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