Design and Implementation of Adaptive Dialogue Strategies for Speech-Based Interfaces
The involvement of emotions or other dialogue control parameters in intelligent human-computer interfaces has evolved to a recent field of research. With a large number of different approaches to characterize emotions there is also need for a dialogue system which can handle these parameters to enable a more natural human-computer interaction. In this article we propose a spoken language dialogue manager based on VoiceXML technology which can handle multiple control parameters characterizing emotions for dialogue control.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: December 1, 2007
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