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4th International Conference on Spoken Language Processing (ICSLP 1996)
This paper argues about pitch pattern variations of user utterances in human-machine dialogue. For intelligent humanmachine communication, it is essential that machines understand prosodic characteristics which imply a user's various attitude, emotion and intention beyond vocabulary. Our original focus is on particularly distinct pitch patterns and their roles in the actual dialogues. We used human-machine dialogues collected by a Wizard of OZ simulation, Many utterance segments belonged todoi:10.21437/icslp.1996-217 fatcat:hpsa7bu2tvb55jkgqfqlntmiiq