The work presented is concerned with the development of multilingual and multidomain
, using a domain and language independent
component, and the (semi)automatic generation
of the system's responses. |
The may support different types of dialogue initiatives.
On one hand, the may drive the interaction with inexperienced users, asking them all the information the service needs.
On the other hand, experienced users may take the initiative giving information not only about what the system asked for, but also about other aspects.
The task of the become more complex when dealing with user-initiative dialogues. The should cope with the user's interventions that give more, less and/or different information than requested as well as with the user's interventions that ask for information not related to the last system's intervention.
The module may provide natural and efficient communication messages to the .
Feedback strategies improve the communication. For this reason, the may deal with feedback strategies, and consequently the module may generate messages expressing this feedback.
Feedback is related to implicit and explicit confirmation of values, and also with different types of mistakes, either caused by the user or by the system. For example, different messages should be generated for expressing misunderstanding of the user's sentence, an error accessing to the database, or a bad parameter value.
DIGUI: A Flexible Dialogue System for Guiding the User Interaction to Access Web Services
Master Thesis. Dialogue Management for multilingual communication through different channels
DIGUI: Technical Description and API
Consult the Resources we generated during the last Evaluation