EUROSPEECH '89
First European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology

Paris, France
September 27-29, 1989

The Integration of Speech and Natural Language in Interactive Spoken Language Systems

Patti Price, Robert Moore, Hy Murveit, Fernando Pereira, Jared Bernstein, Mary Dalrymple

SRI International, Menlo Park, CA, USA

Spoken language human-machine interfaces combine the advantages of speech recognition and natural language understanding to increase the potential of both. Spoken language is a natural, familiar and effective mode of cooperative problem solving. Many issues need to be addressed before such systems become a reality, including those inherited from speech recognition and natural language understanding. In this paper we address issues that arise when the two are combined.

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Bibliographic reference.  Price, Patti / Moore, Robert / Murveit, Hy / Pereira, Fernando / Bernstein, Jared / Dalrymple, Mary (1989): "The integration of speech and natural language in interactive spoken language systems", In EUROSPEECH-1989, 1179-1182.