Doing research on a deployed spoken dialogue system: one year of let's go! experience

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This paper describes our work with Let’s Go, a telephonebased bus schedule information system that has been in use by the Pittsburgh population since March 2005. Results from several studies show that while task success correlates strongly with speech recognition accuracy, other aspects of dialogue such as turn-taking, the set of error recovery strategies… (More)

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@inproceedings{Raux2006DoingRO, title={Doing research on a deployed spoken dialogue system: one year of let's go! experience}, author={Antoine Raux and Dan Bohus and Brian Langner and Alan W. Black and Maxine Esk{\'e}nazi}, booktitle={INTERSPEECH}, year={2006} }