Otto Neumaier

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In order to be capable of exhibiting a wide range of cooperative behavior, a computerbased dialog system must have available assumptions about the current user’s goals, plans, background knowledge and (false) beliefs, i.e., maintain a so-called “user model”. Apart from cooperativity aspects, such a model is also necessary for intelligent coherent dialog(More)
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