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Interactive Spoken Dialog Systems on Bringing Speech and NLP Together in Real Applications - ISDS '97
Motivation A common feature of a number of current spoken dialogue systems for information retrieval is that little emphasis is placed on the generation of system contributions to the dialogue. In these systems, utterances have mostly been produced from templates, see for instance (Whittaker and Attwater 1994; Blomberg et al. 1993; Oerder and Aust 1993; Meng et al. 1996) . This is a valid approach in system initiative type systems and in systems where utterances stand in a one-to-one relationdoi:10.3115/1641462.1641473 fatcat:nrykflrtqree7ischx4j3tmzdu