Behaviors and Layers in Spoken Dialogue Systems

@inproceedings{Wrnestl2005BehaviorsAL,
  title={Behaviors and Layers in Spoken Dialogue Systems},
  author={Pontus W{\"a}rnest{\aa}l},
  year={2005}
}
The classical view of artificial intelligence (AI) is tied down by a number of problems. These problems indicate that it might be fruitful to approach AI applications, including spoken dialogue systems, in an alternative way. This paper overviews current attempts to apply the idea of layered behavior-based architectures in dialogue system development. It is concluded that there are both theoretical insights and practical advantages to be made with a layered behavior-based approach to dialogue… CONTINUE READING

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