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Modélisation et gestion du dialogue oral homme-machine de commande

Abstract : To design a spoken man-machine command dialogue system to be used by the largest number of people, that is even people who are not specialists of interacting with computers, is not an easy task. On the one hand, it requires to take into account sorne characteristics of human conversation in general, in order to provide the system with natural means of interacting with the user. On the other hand, it implies to respect constraints specifie to task-based dialogue, that is dialogue used to manage a definite computer task. Given such a framework, we propose a model for this class of dialogues. Although the model's main purpose is to be implemented in a real command system, its definition is based on an in-depth study of princip les and mecanisms of man-man dialogue. More precisely, our dialogue model comprises a structured representation formalism for task and dialogue data, which is based on the notion of eventuality, as well as a dialogue management procedure. This procedure includes pragmatic analysis of user utterances, effective management of the event-based dialogue representation, application management, and system utterance production. The model we propose is intended to be generic enough in order to be independent of the application.
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Olivier Grisvard. Modélisation et gestion du dialogue oral homme-machine de commande. Autre [cs.OH]. Université Henri Poincaré - Nancy 1, 2000. Français. ⟨NNT : 2000NAN10011⟩. ⟨tel-01746422⟩



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