A Human-Computer Dialogue System for Educational Debate: A Computational Dialectics Approach

@article{Yuan2008AHD,
  title={A Human-Computer Dialogue System for Educational Debate: A Computational Dialectics Approach},
  author={Tangming Yuan and David J. Moore and Alec Grierson},
  journal={I. J. Artificial Intelligence in Education},
  year={2008},
  volume={18},
  pages={3-26}
}
This paper reports research concerning issues involved in adopting a computational dialectics approach to develop a human-computer dialogue system for educational debate. In particular, we propose a dialogue model and a set of computationally usable strategic heuristics to enable the computer to engage its users in debate on a controversial issue. The system operationalising the proposed dialogue model and strategy has been fully implemented. It has also been subject to initial evaluation… CONTINUE READING

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