Telephone-based speech dialog systems

Haas J, Gallwitz F, Horndasch A, Huber R, Warnke V (2005)

Publication Language: English

Publication Status: Published

Publication Type: Conference contribution, Conference Contribution

Publication year: 2005

Publisher: Springer

City/Town: Berlin, Heidelberg

Book Volume: 3663

Pages Range: 125-132

Conference Proceedings Title: Pattern Recognition

Event location: Vienna AT

ISBN: 978-3-540-28703-2

DOI: 10.1007/11550518_16


In this contribution we look back on the last years in the history of telephone-based speech dialog systems. We will start in 1993 when the world wide first natural language understanding dialog system using a mixed-initiative approach was made accessible for the public, the well-known EVAR system from the Chair for Pattern Recognition of the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg. Then we discuss certain requirements we consider necessary for the successful application of dialog systems. Finally we present trends and developments in the area of telephone-based dialog systems.

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Haas, J., Gallwitz, F., Horndasch, A., Huber, R., & Warnke, V. (2005). Telephone-based speech dialog systems. In Kropatsch W.G.; Hanbury A.; Sablating R. (Eds.), Pattern Recognition (pp. 125-132). Vienna, AT: Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer.


Haas, Jürgen, et al. "Telephone-based speech dialog systems." Proceedings of the 27th DAGM (German Association for Pattern Recognition) Symposium, DAGM 2005, Vienna Ed. Kropatsch W.G.; Hanbury A.; Sablating R., Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer, 2005. 125-132.

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