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January 2015

JAN 16
The purpose of the First International Workshop on Computational Linguistics for Uralic Languages is to bring together ...

Tromsø,
Norway

May 2015

MAY 31
NAACL HLT 2015 CALL FOR DEMONSTRATIONS http://naacl.org/naacl-hlt-2015/call-for-demos.html The NAACL 2015 Program Com...

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Denver Colorado

August 2015

AUG 16
For the first time, the annual meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL) takes place in China. ACL...

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Beijing

November 2015

NOV 26
In the recent decades, technology has advanced to a tremendous speed that it is so difficult to keep pace with it. The a...

Tirana,
Albania

January 2016

JAN 4
2016 4th International Conference on Information and Education Technology (ICIET 2016) Los Angeles, U.S January 4-6, 2...

Los Angeles,
United States

JAN 18
Languages 2016 is an interactive platform to connect and reconnect colleagues around the world. You can meet 2013, 2015...

Colombo,
Sri Lanka

January 2017

JAN 4
International Journal of Computational Science and Information Technology (IJCSITY) focuses on Complex systems, informat...

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India

January 2018

JAN 8
Sydney, Australia January 8-10, 2018 www.iccms.org *History: The ICCMS 2009-2017 were held in Macau, Sanya, Mumbai,...

Sydney,
Australia

April 2020

APR 15
The conference is promoted by the International Journal of Business, Human and Social Sciences. The conference is or...

Barcelona,
Spain

Books

A Model for the Linguistic Specification and the Computational Management of Man-Machine Dialogues Following Commands Issued in Spoken Natural Language

Un modelo para la especificación lingüística y la gestión computacional de diálogos hombre-máquina mediante instrucciones expresadas en lenguaje natural

by Gabriela Fernández-Díaz

03/17/2005

This thesis dissertation, written in Spanish, presents a new model for the linguistic specification and the computational management of man-machine dialogues following commands issued in spoken natural language. Our aim is to design and implement a conversational system for the automatic telephone task scenario, namely Delfos. Voice dialing represents a current trend in research, the purpose of which is to provide functional systems for products ranging from domestic appliances such as a video or a washing machine to more sophisticated environments such as a complete house, with an interface in spoken natural language. Our system, Delfos, represents a challenge for the fields of Language Engineering and Computational Linguistics as it implies the integration of different technologies such...