Presentation 1998/1/22
How Disagreement Expressions are used in Cooperative Tasks
Hiroyuki Yano, Akira Ito,
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Abstract(in English) In this paper, we investigated on disagreement expressions in the dialogues which we recorded in a cooperative task. We discuss effects of the expressions in cooperative tasks. When two utterances are made consecutively and the latter utterance shows disagreement to the former one, we call the expression which shows disagreement in the latter utterance a disagreement expression. We show there are two kinds of disagreement expressions: that to the partner's utterance and that to one's own utterance. In order to keep good relationship among subjects during a cooperative task, subjects mainly used two expressions which have ambiguity: conjunction "でも" and disagreement expressions to one's own utterances.
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Keyword(in English) emergent dialogue / cooperative task / disagreement expression / ambiguity
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Title (in English) How Disagreement Expressions are used in Cooperative Tasks
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Keyword(1) emergent dialogue
Keyword(2) cooperative task
Keyword(3) disagreement expression
Keyword(4) ambiguity
1st Author's Name Hiroyuki Yano
1st Author's Affiliation Kansai Advanced Research Center, CRL()
2nd Author's Name Akira Ito
2nd Author's Affiliation Kansai Advanced Research Center, CRL
Date 1998/1/22
Paper # HCS97-29
Volume (vol) vol.97
Number (no) 506
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 7
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