Porting natural language interfaces between domains: an experimental user study with the ORAKEL system

@inproceedings{Cimiano2007PortingNL,
  title={Porting natural language interfaces between domains: an experimental user study with the ORAKEL system},
  author={Philipp Cimiano and Peter Haase and J{\"o}rg Heizmann},
  booktitle={IUI},
  year={2007}
}
We present a user-centered model for porting natural language interfaces (NLIs) between domains efficiently. The model assumes that domain experts without any background knowledge about computational linguistics will perform the customization of the NLI to a specific domain. In fact, it merely requires familiarity with the underlying knowledge base as well as with a few basic subcategorization types. Our model is iterative in the sense that the adaption of the NLI is performed in several cycles… CONTINUE READING

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