A Natural Language Dialog System Based on Active Ontologies

@inproceedings{Wachtel2016ANL,
  title={A Natural Language Dialog System Based on Active Ontologies},
  author={Alexander Wachtel and Jonas Klamroth and Walter F. Tichy},
  year={2016}
}
Programming today requires years of training. With natural language, programming would become available to everyone and enable end users to program their devices or extend their functionality without any knowledge of programming languages. We present an assistant usable in technical domains that uses natural language understanding, programming stepby-step and an active dialog management system. It allows users to manipulate spreadsheet data by using natural language. We extend our previous… CONTINUE READING

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