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Human-computer dialogs are an important vehicle through which to produce a rich and compelling form of humancomputer interaction. We view the specification of a humancomputer dialog as a set of sequences of progressive interactions between a user and a computer system, and mine partially ordered sets, which correspond to mixing dialog initiative, embedded in these sets of sequences-a process we refer to as dialog mining-because partially ordered sets can be advantageously exploited to reducedoi:10.1109/smc.2016.7844579 dblp:conf/smc/Perugini16 fatcat:guy2zuxaqjgvpdj4zeo35gq4i4