A Scalable , Reusable , Spoken Conversational Tutor : SCoT 1

@inproceedings{Schultz2003AS,
  title={A Scalable , Reusable , Spoken Conversational Tutor : SCoT 1},
  author={Karl Schultz and Elizabeth Owen Bratt and Brady Clark and Stanley Peters and Heather Pon-Barry and Pucktada Treeratpituk},
  year={2003}
}
Scalability and reusability of tutorial dialogue systems is a function of the corresponding characteristics in their component tutoring and dialogue technologies. This paper discusses an architecture for a scalable, reusable spoken conversational tutor, SCoT. With this design we hope to minimize the efforts needed to reuse the components for implementing a tutor in any domain, large or small. 
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