A Methodology for Domain Dialogue Engineering with the Midiki Dialogue Manager



Implementing robust Dialogue Systems (DS) supporting natural interaction with humans still presents challenging problems and difficulties. In the centre of any DS is its Dialogue Manager (DM), providing the functionalities which permit a dialogue to move forward towards some common goal in a cooperative interaction. Unfortunately, there are few authoring tools to provide an easy and intuitive implementation of such dialogues. In this paper we present a methodology for dialogue engineering for the MIDIKI DM. This methodology bridges this gap since it is supported by an authoring tool which generates XML and Java representations of a dialogue.


Multimodal Applications, Domain Engineering


Multimodal Applications


TSD 2007, September 2007

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