Presentation 1995/7/21
A Semantic Analysis Method for Car Navigation Dialogue Systems
Takao Matsubara, Motoyuki Itoh, Akira Takagi,
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Abstract(in English) The authors propose a variation-independent, context-accumulating semantic analysis method for dialogues, based on the unified semantic representation. When implementing a man-machine dialogue system, such as a car navigation dialogue system, we face the characteristics of natural language : (1)a concept may be expressed by a variety of expressions (variation), (2)an expression may not be sufficent to describe the whole event or fact. To solve such problems, we adopted the unified semantic representation, consisting of 'attribute-value' sets, that enables mapping and accumulating the current interpretation onto the contextual information. In this paper, an outline of the semantic analysis mechanism and the experimental results from the analysis of the written travel guidebooks are presented.
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Keyword(in English) Semantic Analysis / Accumulation of Semantic Information / Dialogue
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Conference Date 1995/7/21(1days)
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Title (in English) A Semantic Analysis Method for Car Navigation Dialogue Systems
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Keyword(1) Semantic Analysis
Keyword(2) Accumulation of Semantic Information
Keyword(3) Dialogue
1st Author's Name Takao Matsubara
1st Author's Affiliation CSK Corporation()
2nd Author's Name Motoyuki Itoh
2nd Author's Affiliation CSK Corporation
3rd Author's Name Akira Takagi
3rd Author's Affiliation CSK Corporation
Date 1995/7/21
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Volume (vol) vol.95
Number (no) 169
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 8
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