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Natural Interaction with Robots, Knowbots and Smartphones

Putting Spoken Dialog Systems into Practice

Mariani, J., Rosset, S., Garnier-Rizet, M., Devillers, L. (Eds.)

2014, XVI, 397 p. 132 illus., 73 illus. in color.

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  • Provides a survey of the state-of-the-art in the practical implementation of Spoken Dialog Systems in everyday applications
  • Covers scientific achievements in language processing that result in the development of successful applications
  • Addresses general issues regarding the advances in Spoken Dialog Systems
These proceedings presents the state-of-the-art in spoken dialog systems with applications in robotics, knowledge access and communication. It addresses specifically:

1. Dialog for interacting with smartphones;
2. Dialog for Open Domain knowledge access;
3. Dialog for robot interaction;
4. Mediated dialog (including crosslingual dialog involving Speech Translation); and,
5. Dialog quality evaluation.

These articles were presented at the IWSDS 2012 workshop.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Crosslingual Dialog - IWSDS 2012 - Language Processing - Robot Interaction Dialog - Smartphone Dialog - Speaker Emotion Recognition - Speaker Recognition - Spoken Dialog Systems

Related subjects » Artificial Intelligence - HCI - Signals & Communication

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