A Granular Architecture for Dynamic Realtime Dialogue

  title={A Granular Architecture for Dynamic Realtime Dialogue},
  author={Kristinn R. Th{\'o}risson and Gudny Ragna Jonsdottir},
We present a dialogue architecture that addresses perception, planning and execution of multimodal dialogue behavior. Motivated by realtime human performance and modular architectural principles, the architecture is full-duplex (“open-mic”); prosody is continuously analyzed and used for mixed-control turntaking behaviors (reactive and deliberative) and incremental utterance production. The architecture is fine-grain and highly expandable; we are currently applying it in more complex multimodal… CONTINUE READING


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