This paper describes 4M, a language technology research project where a
dialogue system is applied on a mobile platform in a maintenance job scenario.
The human-machine interface uses speech synthesis and recognition, assisted
with a hypertext display. We describe a modular agent architecture, composed
of independent program components which are implemented by or communicate
using ontology programming techniques. Domain content and lingware are
developed and shared using standard web ontology formats and ontology-aware
offline tools. A contribution of the project is the attention paid to
standardization to help provide the system with new content and to migrate it
to new domains, languages and purposes.
|Conference||40th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, HICSS 2007|
|Abbreviated title||HICSS 2007|
|Period||3/01/07 → 6/01/07|