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Dialogue Homme-Machine : Modélisation de multisession

Abstract : This thesis proposes a dialogue negotiation model for spoken dialogue systems. Using a multisession dialogue approach, a negotiation is considered as a resolution of the dialogue system for a resource conflict among related users. Thus, a multisession dialogue is defined as a set of successive sessions, each one being a sub-dialogue between a single user and the dialogue system, and divided into three phases: emerging, negotiation process, and notification. Based on the dialogue strategic model and the game theory, a model of the dialogue generic management has been developed. In this model, the dialogue management activities are achieved by three elements: dialogue act, goal and strategy. A dialogue is therefore composed of different themes, specified in a dialogue agenda. The misunderstanding of user's utterances can be dealt with dialogic markers, called MDI. The multisession dialogue management is built from this model extended with a multisession dialogue approach. In order to validate our approach, a dialogue system dedicated to the meeting organizing, called Melina, has been built. In the case of a room conflict, speaker can ask Melina to contact all relevant users to begin negotiation and obtain a compromise.
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Ngoc-Hoá Nguyen. Dialogue Homme-Machine : Modélisation de multisession. Interface homme-machine [cs.HC]. Université Joseph-Fourier - Grenoble I, 2005. Français. ⟨tel-00008789⟩



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