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Hyperdialogue Homme-Machine sur le World Wide Web : Le système HALPIN

José Rouillard 1
1 CLIPS-IMAG - Equipe GEOD, Groupe d'étude sur l'oral et le dialogue
LIG [2007-2015] - Laboratoire d'Informatique de Grenoble [2007-2015]
Abstract : The conception and development of cooperative computer systems adapted to the cognitive capabilities of users are slowed down by a circular issue: how to have data to implement a system who has not yet produce those data ? To supersede the too restricted methods of Human-Machine dialogue corpus collection such as the Wizard of Oz or electronic messages, a new methodology is employed to get quickly original data on the World Wide Web (WWW) that will allow to increase the relevance of the Human-Machine dialogue models. It is an Interactive Natural Language system based on a Hyperdialogue with an Agent (HALPIN). The management of the dialogue is carried out thanks to a technique based on the recognition of concepts in the speech. The first results obtained thanks to this methodology of collection of corpus bring significant elements as for knowledge of the field on behalf of the users, linguistic expressions used and dialogue which is established between the Man and the Machine.
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José Rouillard. Hyperdialogue Homme-Machine sur le World Wide Web : Le système HALPIN. ERGOIA'98, 1998, Biarritz, France. pp.343-345. ⟨hal-02440335⟩

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