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Dialogue Management 2. Basic Types of Dialogue Management Systems 2.1 Dialogue Grammars and Frames

@inproceedings{Wilks2006DialogueM2,
  title={Dialogue Management 2. Basic Types of Dialogue Management Systems 2.1 Dialogue Grammars and Frames},
  author={Y. Wilks and R. Catizone and M. Turunen},
  year={2006}
}
This report reviews the state of the art research in Dialogue Management (DM) Systems. Dialogue systems have been around since the 1960’s, the best known are conversation programs such as Eliza (Weizenbaum 1966) and Parry (Colby 1973). The approaches we describe are categorised as follows: finite state/dialogue grammars, plan-based and collaborative; however, this division is not perfect, since any system can in the end be implemented as a finite state system, but the distinction can correspond… CONTINUE READING

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