Syntactic Grammars & Dialog Systems


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Linking semantic and knowledge representations in a multi-domain dialogue system [PDF] from dtic.mil MO Dzikovska, JF Allen… – Journal of Logic and …, 2008 – Oxford Univ Press … scheduling [30]. Dialogue systems that use more complex domain reasoners tend to rely on either domain-specific grammars or wider-coverage syntactic grammars with domain-specific lexicons [17, 28, 33, 42]. However, the … Cited by 14 – Related articles – Library Search – BL Direct – All 12 versions

Spoken language understanding [PDF] from sri.com R De Mori, F Bechet, D Hakkani-Tur… – Signal Processing …, 2008 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … Spoken dialog systems need advanced SLU models in order to implement dialog applications that go beyond call routing or form … With this approach, semantic hypotheses are dynamically attached to non- terminal symbols of a general-purpose syntactic grammar, rather than … Cited by 37 – Related articles – BL Direct – All 16 versions

Review sentiment scoring via a parse-and-paraphrase paradigm [PDF] from aclweb.org J Liu… – Proceedings of the 2009 Conference on Empirical …, 2009 – dl.acm.org … the ultimate goal of adding value to real systems such as a restaurant-guide dialogue system. … The approach makes use of a lexicalized probabilistic syntactic grammar to identify and extract sets of adverb-adjective- noun phrases that match review-related patterns. … Cited by 22 – Related articles – All 11 versions

Spoken Dialogue Systems K Jokinen… – Synthesis Lectures on Human …, 2009 – morganclaypool.com … However, in many spoken dialogue systems the meaning of the utterance is derived directly from the recognized string W using a semantic grammar. A semantic grammar uses phrase structure rules in the same way as a syntactic grammar, but the constituents in the semantic … Cited by 12 – Related articles – Library Search – All 5 versions

CSG-Tag: Constraint based Synchronous Grammar Tree Annotation System F Wong, F Oliveira, S Chao… – Machine Learning and …, 2011 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … Figure 5. Example of Translation Corresponding Tree Structure The transformation involves the extraction of generalized syntactic grammar rules from the … modal corpora”, Proceedings of the 2nd IJCAI Workshop on Knowledge and Reasoning in Practical Dialogue Systems, pp. … Related articles – All 2 versions

[BOOK] Grammatical framework: programming with multilingual grammars [PDF] from chalmers.se A Ranta – 2011 – csmisc14.cs.chalmers.se … answer a question • consult a database • dialogue system Page 41. Interoperability … typically: small, restricted domain Resource grammar • syntactic grammar: abstract syntax follows linguistic structure • built by linguist • unrestricted domain, “the whole language” Page 43. … Cited by 13 – Related articles – View as HTML – Library Search – All 3 versions

Natural language generation using automatically constructed lexical resources N Ito… – Neural Networks (IJCNN), The 2011 …, 2011 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … of information [1]. In recent years, the incresing feasibility of human-computer dialogue systems has prompted the need for better responses by generating diverse sentences. Some NLG systems use grammar rules, much like parsers with semantic or syntactic grammars [2]. An … Related articles

A case-based approach to dialogue systems K Eliasson – Journal of Experimental & Theoretical Artificial …, 2010 – Taylor & Francis … MMIC contains a map of the area where the UAV is situated, and functionality for the operator to choose the use of speech or text for the input to the dialogue system. … No syntactic grammar has to be provided and the user can choose the wording more freely. … Cited by 2 – Related articles – All 4 versions

A Speech Based Approach to Surveillance Video Retrieval B QasemiZadeh, J Shen, I O’Neill… – … Video and Signal …, 2009 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … detection, video annotation, and speech- based retrieval of the video content in the context of a broader spoken dialogue system. … In this experiment natural language enquiries adhered to a fixed structure, corresponding to a predefined underlying syntactic grammar, with the … Related articles – All 5 versions

[PDF] Parsing PCFG within a general probabilistic inference framework [PDF] from agi-conf.org A Murugesan… – Proc. AGI, 2009 – agi-conf.org … The importance of representing syntactic grammar in the same general formalism that also allows relational representations and causal conditionals is that syntax can now interact with other aspects of … Mixed-Initiative Dialogue Systems for Collaborative Problem-Solving. … Cited by 2 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 7 versions

[BOOK] Spoken Language Understanding: Systems for Extracting Semantic Information from Speech G Tur, R De Mori – 2011 – books.google.com … Handling Speech in QA Systems 6.3 QA Evaluation Campaigns 6.4 Question-answering systems 6.5 Projects Integrating Spoken Requests and Question Answering 6.6 Conclusions References Chapter 7: SLU in Commercial and Research Spoken Dialogue Systems 7.1 Why … Cited by 7 – Related articles – Library Search

Semantic Frame-Based Spoken Language Understanding YY Wang, L Deng… – Spoken Language …, 2011 – Wiley Online Library … The DARPA Communicator project in the 2000s focused on the rapid and cost-effective development of multi-modal speech-enabled dialog systems with advanced conversational capabilities. … 3.2 Knowledge-based Solutions 3.2.1 Semantically Enhanced Syntactic Grammars … Cited by 1 – Related articles – All 2 versions

Robust understanding in multimodal interfaces [PDF] from uceresource.org S Bangalore… – Computational Linguistics, 2009 – MIT Press Page 1. Robust Understanding in Multimodal Interfaces Srinivas Bangalore * AT&T Labs – Research Michael Johnston ** AT&T Labs – Research Multimodal grammars provide an effective mechanism for quickly creating integration … Cited by 7 – Related articles – All 15 versions

[PDF] July 2008 [PDF] from cmu.edu NA Smith, P Sen… – … in electrical power system. Power and …, 2008 – cs.cmu.edu … In some ways they already give the appearance of doing so-we have reasonably good dialog systems (in some domains) and very good … My disser- tation [13] and related papers [14, 15, 16, 17] developed several algorithms to learn syntactic grammars from unannotated text. … Cited by 1 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 2 versions

Autonomous language development using dialogue-act templates and genetic programming JH Hong, S Lim… – Evolutionary Computation, IEEE …, 2007 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … In recent years, the increasing feasibility of human- computer dialogue systems has prompted the need for better re- sponses by generating diverse sentences. Many NLG systems use generation grammar rules, much like parsers with semantic or syntactic grammars [28]. … Cited by 5 – Related articles – BL Direct – All 6 versions

[PDF] A Multimodal Home Entertainment Interface via a Mobile Device [PDF] from ntu.edu.tw AGBJPH James, GS Seneff… – Workshop on Mobile …, 2008 – speech.ee.ntu.edu.tw … The grammar and semantic libraries pro- vide good coverage for spoken dialogue systems in database-query domains. 6 Page 17. To build a grammar for a new domain, a devel- oper extends the generic syntactic grammar by aug- menting it with domain-specific semantic … Related articles – View as HTML – All 20 versions

[PDF] Pronominal anaphora generation in human-computer dialogue, using a semantic-pragmatic approach [PDF] from psu.edu V Popescu – EUROLAN 2007 Summer School Alexandru Ioan Cuza …, 2007 – Citeseer … previous research of our team, in order to obtain a natural language generation module, integrated to a spo- ken human-computer dialogue system (Caelen and … 2.1); 7. adjusting of the final surface form for the ana- phoric utterance, using a morpho-syntactic grammar for the … Cited by 5 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 5 versions

[PDF] A Morphological Analyzer for Verbal As-pect in American Sign Language [PDF] from stanford.edu A Shield… – 2008 – cslipublications.stanford.edu … I, 2002; Huener- fauth, 2006) has led to the development of feature-based representations of signs and the creation of computational syntactic grammars and other capa … The upper side provides lemma and aspectual information, which would be useful for ASL dialog systems. … Related articles – View as HTML – All 9 versions

Unsupervised language independent genetic algorithm approach to trivial dialogue phrase generation and evaluation [PDF] from hokudai.ac.jp C Montero… – Natural Language Processing and Information …, 2007 – Springer … GA has been applied to information retrieval (IR) [9] -generating syntactic grammar rules and tag, dialogue sys- tem [10] – finding an optimal … Blasband’s application of GA to the automatic generation of grammar for a spoken dialogue system [10] was limited since the concepts … Cited by 2 – Related articles – BL Direct – All 6 versions

Contextual filtering R Belvin, S Kadambe – US Patent 7,379,870, 2008 – Google Patents … utterance to output a semantic representation, where the Syntactic Grammar Parser-The term “syntactic gram- semantlc ^presentation can be used to control … the present invention can also improve perfor- o ^ ^ tt 1 ^1 ” ^ ^ 1 i” j- ^ mance ol the dialogue system applications which … Cited by 6 – Related articles – All 2 versions

[PDF] Framework for Knowledge Discovery from Journal Articles Using Text Mining Techniques [PDF] from ajocict.net A Ojo… – African Journal of Computing & ICT, 2012 – ajocict.net … NLP has several levels of analysis: phonological (speech), morphological (word structure), syntactic (grammar), semantic (meaning of multiword structures, especially … [3]. 1.3 Natural Language Processing The context of a spoken dialogue system can be illustrated as follows: … View as HTML

[PDF] Adaptive word prediction and its application in an assistive communication system [PDF] from uni-tuebingen.de T Wandmacher – 2009 – w210.ub.uni-tuebingen.de … fruit: While far from perfect, large-scale ma- chine translation systems nowadays provide translated manual pages for soft- ware companies and internal reports for political institutions (eg the Euro- pean Commission), speech recognizers and dialog systems inform passengers … Cited by 1 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 4 versions

The architecture of Why2-Atlas: A coach for qualitative physics essay writing [PDF] from psu.edu K VanLehn, P Jordan, C Rosé, D Bhembe… – Intelligent tutoring …, 2002 – Springer … For the same reasons, we also use the LCFlex parser and a deep syntactic grammar. … 1994. 12. Aleven, V., O. Popescu, and KR Koedinger. A tutorial dialogue system with knowledge- based understanding and classification of student explanations. … Cited by 165 – Related articles – BL Direct – All 20 versions

Statistical semantic processing using Markov logic [PDF] from ed.ac.uk IV Meza-Ruiz – 2009 – era.lib.ed.ac.uk … the meaning of a given utterance/sentence. However, they differ in nature: SLU is in the field of dialogue systems where the domain is closed and language is spoken [He … [Márquez et al., 2008]. Robust SLU is a key component of spoken dialogue systems. This component con- … Related articles – All 3 versions

Thai speech processing technology: A review C Wutiwiwatchai… – speech communication, 2007 – Elsevier … Acoustic modeling 5.3. Language modeling 5.4. Noise robustness 5.5. Prosody in ASR 6. Thai speech applications 6.1. Spoken dialogue systems 6.2. Speech translation 6.3. Speaker recognition 7. Language resources 7.1. Text resources 7.2. Speech resources 7.3. … Cited by 19 – Related articles – All 6 versions

[PDF] Semantics in Speech Recognition and Understanding: A Survey [PDF] from psu.edu GC Demetriou… – COMPUTATIONAL LINGUISTICS FOR …, 2007 – Citeseer … processing. Semantic grammars are seen as providing stronger constraints than pure syntactic grammars. They had … 1987). It is therefore difficult to apply them to general information dialogue systems. Communication processes … Cited by 1 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 3 versions

[PDF] Real-time stochastic language generation for dialogue systems [PDF] from upenn.edu N Chambers – Proceedings of the European Workshop for …, 2005 – acl.ldc.upenn.edu … Traditionally, surface realization has been performed through templates or more complex syntactic grammars, such as the FUF/SURGE system [Elhadad … choice to be finished beforehand, including most syntactic de- cisions, puts a heavy burden on dialogue system designers. … Cited by 7 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 11 versions

Stochastic natural language generation for spoken dialog systems [PDF] from ed.ac.uk AH Oh… – Computer Speech & Language, 2002 – Elsevier … as seen in commercial dialog systems where system prompts are designed with great care to resolve these issues, see Kotelli, 2001). 3. Existing approaches. Many research NLG systems use generation grammar rules, much like parsers with semantic or syntactic grammars. … Cited by 65 – Related articles – BL Direct – All 10 versions

[PDF] An investigation of linguistic information for speech recognition error detection [PDF] from umbc.edu Y Shi – 2008 – ebiquity.umbc.edu … 13 2.3.2 SRDependentFeatures . . . . . 15 2.3.3 Linguistic features used for dialogue systems . . . . . 16 2.3.4 Linguistic features used for monologue applications . . . . . 17 2.4 ErrorCorrection . . . . . … Cited by 5 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 3 versions

Toward Widely-Available and Usable Multimodal Conversational Interfaces [PDF] from mit.edu S Seneff, A Gruenstein – 2009 – dspace.mit.edu … If not for him, I have no idea what I would be doing today. Another important experience over the last five years was meeting other young researchers in the field at the Young Researchers Roundtable on Spoken Dialogue Systems. … Related articles – All 3 versions

Rapid development of spoken language understanding grammars [PDF] from microsoft.com YY Wang… – Speech communication, 2006 – Elsevier … This limited the grammar rules that can be shared. However, developers could fine tune a grammar without any limitations imposed by a background syntactic grammar. … Ringger (2000) discusses the issue of loose coupling and tight coupling in spoken language dialog systems. … Cited by 8 – Related articles – All 8 versions

[PDF] Self-Organization in Human-Human Conversation Applied to the Generation of Phrases for Human-Machine Dialogue [PDF] from hokudai.ac.jp CAS Montero – 2007 – sig.media.eng.hokudai.ac.jp … 1.2 Contributionsvs.RelatedWork 1 INTRODUCTION the lack of research in the area, the rapid increase of non-task oriented dialogue systems over the Internet shows the veracity of my statement. … forth. When it comes to non-task oriented dialogue systems, the template ll- … Related articles – View as HTML

Interpretation and generation in a knowledge-based tutorial system [PDF] from upenn.edu MO Dzikovska, CB Callaway… – … of the Workshop KRAQ’06 on …, 2006 – dl.acm.org … Existing tutorial dialogue systems most often rely on one of two approaches for interpretation: they either use wide coverage but … on combining wide coverage in- terpretation with deep knowledge representation by utilizing a wide-coverage syntactic grammar (Rosé, 2000) and … Cited by 4 – Related articles – All 25 versions

[PDF] SemTAG, the LORIA toolbox for TAG-based Parsing and Generation [PDF] from upenn.edu E Kow, Y Parmentier, C Gardent – Proceedings of the Eighth …, 2006 – acl.ldc.upenn.edu … Parsing then proceeds with a purely syntactic grammar and se- mantic construction is done after parsing on the basis of the … the toolbox might be in components of standard NLP applications such as machine translation, questioning answering, or interactive dialogue systems. … Cited by 4 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 32 versions

[PDF] Overcoming the knowledge engineering bottleneck for understanding student language input [PDF] from psu.edu CP Rosé, A Gaydos, BS Hall, A Roque… – Proceedings of AI in …, 2003 – Citeseer … Carmel-Tools, a new set of authoring tools for overcoming the knowledge engineering bottle- neck for building tutorial dialogue systems that can … the parser how to build up semantic representations in parallel to the syntactic ones that are generated by the syntactic grammar. … Cited by 31 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 12 versions

[BOOK] A framework for unsupervised learning of dialogue strategies [PDF] from fpms.ac.be O Pietquin – 2004 – books.google.com … It is now allowed to think about building real Spoken Dialogue Systems (SDS) interacting with human users through voice interactions. … 1: Levels in a speech-based communication 42 Fig. 2: Typical architecture of a multimodal dialogue system 46 Fig. … Cited by 78 – Related articles – Library Search – All 6 versions

[PDF] How to talk to robots: Evidence from user studies on human-robot communication [PDF] from smartweb-projekt.de P Gieselmann… – How People Talk to Computers …, 2006 – smartweb-projekt.de … The user can interact with the robot in natural language and tell it what to do. A first semantico-syntactic grammar has 68 Page 71. … The second section deals with related work. Section three explains our household robot, the dialogue system and its particular characteristics. … Cited by 2 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 22 versions

Unsupervised semantic similarity computation between terms using web documents [PDF] from tuc.gr E Iosif… – Knowledge and Data Engineering, …, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … retrieved documents [4]. Moreover, semantic similarity measures are used in many natural language processing (NLP) tasks, such as language modeling [5], grammar induction [6], word sense disambiguation [7], and speech understanding and spoken dialogue systems [5]. In … Cited by 7 – Related articles – All 7 versions

A natural language help system shell through functional programming [PDF] from miami.edu R Plant… – Knowledge-Based Systems, 2005 – Elsevier … There have been many types of grammars used within NL research including ‘phrase structured grammars’ [7] transformational grammars [6], case grammars [8] and syntactic grammars [9] and as such parsing is a central … 1. Components of the mixed initiative dialogue system. … Cited by 5 – Related articles – All 3 versions

[PDF] Hierarchical Semantic Tagger for Robust Spoken Language Understanding [PDF] from uni-magdeburg.de M Hannemann… – 2009 – iesk.uni-magdeburg.de … Magdeburg, 16.03.2009 Ort, Abgabedatum Mirko Hannemann Page 3. iii Abstract In this work, we develop a module for spoken language understanding to be used in a spoken dialog system. … I Theoretical Background 4 1 Talking to Computers 5 1.1 Spoken Dialog Systems . . . . … Related articles – View as HTML – All 4 versions

[PDF] Dialogue Management Yorick Wilks, Roberta Catizone, Markku Turunen COMPANIONS Consortium: State Of The Art Papers 2, January 2006 [PDF] from peachbit.org Y Wilks – 2006 – peachbit.org … Dialogue systems have been around since the 1960’s, the best known are conversation programs such as Eliza (Weizenbaum 1966) and Parry (Colby … Dialogue grammars are used to parse the structure of a dialogue, just as syntactic grammar rules are used to parse sentences … Related articles – View as HTML – All 10 versions

Natural language processing JF Allen – 2003 – dl.acm.org … systems. The core of the LUNAR system was a syntactic grammar in a formalism called an Augmented Transition Network (ATN) Grammar (Woods, 1970). An … latter. Dialogue Systems: Discourse and Communication Systems … Cited by 14 – Related articles – All 3 versions

Language generation for conversational agent by evolution of plan trees with genetic programming [PDF] from yonsei.ac.kr S Lim… – Modeling Decisions for Artificial Intelligence, 2005 – Springer … years, the increasing feasibility of human-computer dialogue systems have prompted the need for better responses by generating diverse sentences. Many research of NLG systems use generation grammar rules, much like parsers with semantic or syntactic grammars [9]. A … Cited by 2 – Related articles – BL Direct – All 5 versions

An efficient incremental architecture for robust interpretation [PDF] from psu.edu CP Rosé, A Roque… – Proceedings of the second …, 2002 – dl.acm.org … The essays were parsed using the CARMEL syntactic grammar (with419rules),the COMLEX lexicon [ 12] (with 40,000 lexical entries), and the WHY ontology (with 123 semantic concepts). … Pedagogical content knowledge in a tutorial dialogue system to support self-explanation. … Cited by 30 – Related articles – All 13 versions

[PDF] A proposal for knowledge-based labeling of semantic relationships in English [PDF] from cmu.edu A Tribble – 2005 – www-2.cs.cmu.edu Page 1. A Proposal for Knowledge-Based Labeling of Semantic Relationships in English Alicia Tribble March 20, 2005 2005-03-20 10:15 1 Page 2. Contents 1 Introduction 3 2 Thesis 5 2.1 Linguistic and Semantic Scope . . . . . 5 … Cited by 1 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 3 versions

Extraction of Probabilistic Route Information Representations from Human-Robot Dialogs AM Bauer – 2010 – deposit.ddb.de … 26 3.4 Dialog System for Proactive Route Information Extraction . . . . . 29 3.4.1 System Overview . . . . . … 94 C Questionnaires 97 C.1 Questionnaire for Dialog-System Assessment . . . . . … Library Search

Using student explanations as models for adapting tutorial dialogue [PDF] from aaaipress.org PW Jordan – Proceedings of 17th International FLAIRS Conference, 2004 – aaai.org … It uses a syntactic grammar and lexical semantics to create a representation for a each sentence (Rosé et al. 2002), then resolves temporal and nominal anaphora (Jor- dan & VanLehn 2002) and constructs proofs using abduc- tive reasoning. … User models in dialogue systems. … Cited by 7 – Related articles – All 7 versions

Web engineering meets natural language processing: a vocal interface generation practice H Macedo, J Robin… – … of the 11th Brazilian Symposium on …, 2005 – dl.acm.org … use. This linguistic knowledge includes a lexicon and syntactic grammar rules. … In [8], Wilcock discusses a number of ways in which XML can be used in natural language generation, in particular, for spoken dialogue systems. In … Related articles – All 2 versions

[PDF] Natural Language Techniques for Model-Driven Semantic Constraint Extraction [PDF] from epfl.ch M Ailomaa… – 2005 – infoscience.epfl.ch … The method has been tested on a dialogue system for browsing and searching in a database of recorded multimodal meetings, and experimental results as well as a discussion on the robustification of the approach are provided. … Related articles – View as HTML – All 7 versions

Grammar induction by MDL-based distributional classification Y Guo, F Weng… – New developments in parsing technology, 2005 – Springer … the increasing demand for high quality natural language processing in various applications, such as automatic speech recognition and dialog systems, the acquisition … However, to our knowledge, no one has tried to induce all levels of syntactic grammar rules on large scale real … Related articles – All 4 versions

Abductive theorem proving for analyzing student explanations to guide feedback in intelligent tutoring systems [PDF] from pitt.edu M Makatchev, PW Jordan… – Journal of Automated Reasoning, 2004 – Springer … utterances. It parses a student explanation into a propositional representation using a syntactic grammar and lexical semantics and then uses LOOM, a terminological knowledge represen- Page 6. 192 MAXIM MAKATCHEV ET AL. … Cited by 26 – Related articles – BL Direct – All 12 versions

[PDF] Anton Prevosti Vives [PDF] from uka.de DIC Fügen, T Schaaf, T Schultz… – 2006 – isl.ira.uka.de Page 1. Semantic-based Hidden Markov/Context Free Grammar Language Modeling Diploma Thesis Anton Prevosti Vives Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya Advisors: Dipl.-Inform. Christian Fügen Dr. Thomas Schaaf Dr. Tanja Schultz Prof. Dr.rer.nat. Alex Waibel Prof. … Related articles – View as HTML – All 2 versions

[PDF] A flexible distributed architecture for natural language analyzers [PDF] from uib.no X Carreras… – Proceedings of the LREC, 2002 – gandalf.aksis.uib.no … huge amounts of text (as in the case of IR indexing engines) or because they are interactive (ie dialog systems, online translation, . . … of a morphological analyzer, or the mechanism of a chart parser may be used with ar- bitrary grammars, rather than specific syntactic grammars). … Cited by 25 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 6 versions

How to Wreck a Nice Speech Grammar K Godden – Practical Spoken Dialog Systems, 2004 – Springer … all of these alternative utterances for every semantically important type, we would essentially return to the need for a complete syntactic grammar of the … Grammars are Situated in a Human-Computer Dialog System Once you have an understanding of your user, you are ready … Cited by 1 – Related articles – All 3 versions

[PDF] Packed computation of exact meaning representations [PDF] from psu.edu I Lev – 2007 – Citeseer … with other knowledge it has. This would be useful in many applications, including question answering, dialogue systems, and machine translation. The traditional approach to the second question, starting with Montague (1974), is to … Cited by 9 – Related articles – View as HTML – Library Search – All 6 versions

Dialogue-Based interaction with a web assistant: The Device Approach [PDF] from psu.edu A García-Serrano, D Teruel… – … IN FUZZINESS AND …, 2004 – books.google.com … 8. Ontology to fill the product-related lexicon Three complementary techniques are used for the NL analysis and interpretation [9]. Each one presents different degree on precision and coverage in their results. The first technique uses a syntactic grammar. … Related articles – BL Direct – All 7 versions

[PDF] Main authors Steven Krauwer, UU Bente Maegaard, CST Khalid Choukri, ELDA Lise Damsgaard Jørgensen [PDF] from nemlar.org LD Jørgensen – 2004 – nemlar.org … and bilingual dictionaries – terminology collections – grammars (ie formal standard rule sets such as; a Syntactic Grammar, a Phonetic … at that moment: computer assisted language learning, access control, speech input, speech output, dialogue systems, document production … Related articles – View as HTML

Method and apparatus for style control in natural language generation K Horiguchi… – US Patent 6,374,224, 2002 – Google Patents Page 1. Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli US006374224B1 (12) United States Patent ao) Patent No.: us 6,374,224 bi Horiguchi et al. (45) Date of Patent: Apr. 16,2002 (54) METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR STYLE CONTROL IN NATURAL … Cited by 16 – Related articles – All 2 versions

Spontaneous speech parsing in travel information inquiring and booking systems [PDF] from tsinghua.edu.cn P Yan, F Zheng, H Sun… – Journal of Computer Science and …, 2002 – Springer … (2) A general POS-based syntactic grammar is unnecessary for the narrow domain in a dialogue system and is also hard to write. (3) This kind of grammar is too rigorous for use in the presence of a large number of ungrammatical sentences, ie, not robust enough. … Cited by 4 – Related articles – BL Direct – All 12 versions

Abductive theorem proving for analyzing student explanations [PDF] from pitt.edu P Jordan, M Makatchev… – … of International Conference …, 2003 – books.google.com … It uses a syntactic grammar and lexical semantics to create a representation for a each sentence [14] and then resolves temporal and nominal anaphora [7]. But instead of classifying each of the resulting … Pilot-testing a tutorial dialogue system that supports self-explanation. … Cited by 14 – Related articles – All 5 versions

[PDF] Improving Science Learning through Tutorial Dialogs [PDF] from bltek.com R Cole, B Wise, W Ward, S van Vuuren… – 2006 – bltek.com … CAT provides a general- purpose platform, a set of technology modules, and tools for researching and developing advanced dialog systems-systems that enable completely … Semantic grammars are used to model the frame elements rather than standard syntactic grammars. … Related articles – View as HTML – All 2 versions

Assisted multi-modal dialogue RJ Lecoeuche – US Patent App. 10/652,685, 2003 – Google Patents Page 1. US 20050091059A1 (19) United States (12) Patent Application Publication (io) Pub. No.: US 2005/0091059 Al Lecoeuche (43) Pub. Date: Apr. 28,2005 (54) ASSISTED MULTI-MODAL DIALOGUE (75) Inventor: Renaud … Cited by 15 – Related articles – All 2 versions

[PDF] Interpreter for Highly Portable Spoken Dialogue System [PDF] from aclweb.org M Umeda, S Kogure… – 4th SIGdial Workshop on …, 2003 – aclweb.org … system performance is kept at a certain level, we will shorten the period of develop- ing the dialogue system as possible … syllable HMMs, morphological dictionary except for noun and verb, syntactic grammar, noun and verb semantic dictionary for dialogue processing ,seman- tic … Cited by 1 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 22 versions

Overcoming the Knowledge Engineering Boitleneck for Understanding Student CP Rose, A Gaydos, BS Hall… – … in education: shaping …, 2003 – books.google.com … Carmel-Tools, a new set of authoring tools for overcoming the knowledge engineering bonle- neck for building tutorial dialogue systems that can … the parser how to build up semantic representations in parallel to the syntactic ones that are generated by the syntactic grammar. … Related articles

[PDF] State of the art in dialogue management [PDF] from utwente.nl R Catizone, A Setzer… – Deliverable D, 2002 – wwwhome.cs.utwente.nl … Dialogue systems have been around since the 60’s of which the best known are conversation programs such as Eliza (Wiezenbaum 1966) and Parry … Dialogue grammars are used to parse the structure of a dialogue, just as syntactic grammar rules are used to parse sentences. … Cited by 4 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 4 versions

[PDF] A practical semantic representation for natural language parsing [PDF] from ed.ac.uk MO Dzikovska – 2004 – homepages.inf.ed.ac.uk … system in which we need a deep linguistically-motivated parser to produce the representations of the input suitable for reasoning. In this dissertation, we are concerned with building parsers which have the wide coverage and portability offered by a general syntactic grammar … Cited by 17 – Related articles – View as HTML – Library Search – All 6 versions

[PDF] How can a dialogue system compensate for speech recognition deficiencies? [PDF] from kth.se R Jonson – 2002 – speech.kth.se … Recent research has focused on more robust parsing techniques which ac- cept the characteristics of spoken language. Semantic grammars are commonly used instead of traditional syntactic grammars in dialogue system interpreta- 6 Page 7. tion modules. … Related articles – View as HTML – All 2 versions

TURKISH NATURAL LANGUAGE INTERFACE: CEVAPVER Z Altan… – International Symposium on Computer and …, 2002 – books.google.com … The first NLIDB study was the” Baseball System” [1], which was developed in 1961 by utilizing a syntactic grammar. … called” A Prolog Based Natural Language Processing Infrastructure for Turkish”[6]. Finally, NLIDB systems became applicable to the dialog systems, which were … Related articles – All 2 versions

Application of Spoken and Natural Language Technologies to Lotus Notes Based Messaging and Communication [PDF] from dtic.mil S Lajoie – 2002 – DTIC Document … broad range of questions. It is noted that performing quantitative evaluation of user interaction with a spoken language query or dialogue system is hard due to inherent variabilities present in asking English questions. One of the … Related articles – Library Search – All 7 versions

Application abstraction with dialog purpose FM Galanes, H Hon, JD Jacoby… – US Patent App. …, 2003 – freepatentsonline.com … WITH NEWS SUBSCRIPTION SERVICE Basir – June, 2008 – 20080140408 METHOD AND DEVICE FOR CLASSIFYING SPOKEN LANGUAGE IN SPEECH DIALOG SYSTEMS Eckert et al. … [0058] Referring now back to the grammar, the grammar is a syntactic grammar such as … Cached

[PDF] Probabilistic Language Modeling with Left Corner Parsing [PDF] from kuleuven.be DH Van Uytsel – 2003 – esat.kuleuven.be … Grammar-based language models are partic- ularly attractive because they intend to generalize language patterns in a similar way human experts do, namely through syntactic grammars; grammars (or large collec- tions of syntactically analyzed text) are trusted prior knowledge … Cited by 2 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 6 versions

[PDF] 07 7 1HZV, QWHUQDWLRQDO [PDF] from morphologic.hu MTS IX – 2003 – morphologic.hu Page 1. MT News International 1 Issue No. 33 (vol. 11, no. 3) Autumn 2003 ISSN 0965-5476 Published three times a year In this issue . . . Spotlight on the News . . . . 1 Products/Announcements. . 3 Conference Reports . . . . . 6 Features . . . . . … View as HTML – All 4 versions

[PDF] Identifying Languages in the Limit Using Alignment-based Learning [PDF] from psu.edu BCSB Eng – 2004 – Citeseer Page 1. IDENTIFYING LANGUAGES IN THE LIMIT USING ALIGNMENT-BASED LEARNING by Bradford C. Starkie B.Eng (Hons) A thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Computer Science). University of Newcastle … Cited by 3 – Related articles – View as HTML – Library Search – All 4 versions

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