Spoken Language Dialogue : from Theory to Practice

  title={Spoken Language Dialogue : from Theory to Practice},
  author={Esther Levin and Roberto Pieraccini and Wieland Eckert and Pino Di Fabbrizio and Sidharth Narayanan},
A spoken language dialogue system is composed of many parts: speech recognition, speech synthesis, natural language understanding, dialogue manager, database, etc. Building a spoken language system for a new application requires in general a big effort for integrating all these parts, in addition to the effort required for designing, testing and tuning the dialogue behavior. This is especially true when complex dialogue tasks are built based on a mixed initiative paradigm. The approach… CONTINUE READING
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