Ross, Robert J.
|Title:||On the Role of Conceptual and Linguistic Ontologies in Spoken Dialogue Systems|
|Abstract:||We report on the role of well-formed conceptual and linguistic ontologies in empirically grounded `spoken dialogue systems' (SDS). In particular we use empirical results from spatial dialogues in German to argue for the strict separation of linguistically motivated knowledge from non-linguistic, domain concerns. We motivate our arguments with a number of examples relevant to the language generation task, and show how a well-defined separation of linguistic and domain concerns can be effected in a practical SDS.|
|Provenance:||University of Dortmund|
|Is part of:||Symposium on Dialogue Modelling and Generation at the 15th Annual meeting of the Society for Text and Discourse. Amsterdam, The Netherlands|
|Appears in Collections:||Proceedings of the Symposium on Dialogue Modelling and Generation|
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