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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The design of spoken language applications that allow people to talk with machines/computers, in the same way that they talk with each other, is materialized as a Spoken Dialogue System (SDS). This paper presents a knowledge modeling approach to allow spontaneous configuration of SDS. Our approach focus on the representation and management of the domain knowledge that is aggregated at runtime and aims to update the dialogue management strategy. To do so, one developed an autonomous Environmentdoi:10.1007/978-3-642-02713-0_54 fatcat:wzoa2ib5gjhidc2ssa4547vlw4