Dialogue as Discourse

Controlling Global Properties of Scripted Dialogue

Paul Piwek, Kees van Deemter

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Abstract

This paper explains why scripted dialogue shares some crucial properties with discourse. In particular, when scripted dialogues are generated by a Natural Language Generation system, the generator can apply revision strategies that cannot normally be used when the dialogue results from an interaction between autonomous agents (i.e., when the dialogue is not scripted). The paper explains that the relevant revision operators are best applied at the level of a dialogue plan and discusses how the generator may decide when to apply a given revision operator.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProcs. of AAAI Spring Symposium on Natural Language Generation in Spoken and Written Dialogue.
Publication statusPublished - 2003

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Keywords

  • Scripted Dialogue

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Piwek, P., & van Deemter, K. (2003). Dialogue as Discourse: Controlling Global Properties of Scripted Dialogue. In Procs. of AAAI Spring Symposium on Natural Language Generation in Spoken and Written Dialogue.

Dialogue as Discourse : Controlling Global Properties of Scripted Dialogue. / Piwek, Paul; van Deemter, Kees.

Procs. of AAAI Spring Symposium on Natural Language Generation in Spoken and Written Dialogue.. 2003.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Piwek, P & van Deemter, K 2003, Dialogue as Discourse: Controlling Global Properties of Scripted Dialogue. in Procs. of AAAI Spring Symposium on Natural Language Generation in Spoken and Written Dialogue..
Piwek P, van Deemter K. Dialogue as Discourse: Controlling Global Properties of Scripted Dialogue. In Procs. of AAAI Spring Symposium on Natural Language Generation in Spoken and Written Dialogue.. 2003
Piwek, Paul ; van Deemter, Kees. / Dialogue as Discourse : Controlling Global Properties of Scripted Dialogue. Procs. of AAAI Spring Symposium on Natural Language Generation in Spoken and Written Dialogue.. 2003.
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