Integrating meta-level and domain-level knowledge for task-oriented dialogue

@inproceedings{Gabaldon2014IntegratingMA,
  title={Integrating meta-level and domain-level knowledge for task-oriented dialogue},
  author={Alfredo Gabaldon and Pat Langley and Ben Meadows},
  year={2014}
}
There is general agreement that knowledge plays a key role in intelligent behavior, but most work on this topic has emphasized domain-specific expertise. We argue, in contrast, that cognitive systems also benefit from meta-level knowledge that has a domain-independent character. In this paper, we propose a representational framework that distinguishes between these two forms of content, along with an integrated architecture that supports their use for abductive interpretation and hierarchical… CONTINUE READING

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