Noun Phrase Generation for Situated Dialogs

  title={Noun Phrase Generation for Situated Dialogs},
  author={Laura Stoia and Darla Magdalena Shockley and Donna K. Byron and Eric Fosler-Lussier},
Modern dialog systems present significant challenges for developing algorithms that can link appropriate linguistic behavior with information from the world surrounding the user, like the person’s position and orientation, or information about the visibility of objects in the world. Some examples of the challenges that need to be overcome by these systems are: (1) referring expressions: anchoring the descriptions in the world and using appropriate noun phrase forms to describe the objects while… CONTINUE READING
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