Sixth International Conference on Spoken Language Processing
October 16-20, 2000
A Domain Model Centered Approach to Spoken Language Dialog Systems
Motorola Human Interface Laboratory
This paper presents a view of Spoken Language Dialog Systems
in which a Domain Model is the unifying feature, providing a
common representation of knowledge about the domain of
application that is shared by many components of the system.
The information in the Domain Model is used in different ways
by the grammar and parser, the speech recognizer, the dialog
manager, and the back end interface. Sharing a common
knowledge base allows these components to operate together
seamlessly, while maintaining modularity.
Russell, Dale (2000):
"A domain model centered approach to spoken language dialog systems",
In ICSLP-2000, vol.2, 106-109.