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Spoken Language Dialogue


Language and Speech.
http://www.asel.udel.edu/lgsp/

Computer Speech & Language.
http://www.academicpress.com/csl

International Journal of Speech Technology.
http://elib.cs.sfu.ca/cs-journals/P-Kluwer/J-Kluwer-IJST.html

Proceedings of EuroSpeech. (Annual Conference)

Proceedings of the International Conference on Speech and Language Processing.

Verbmobil: Foundations of Speech-to-Speech Translation.
Wolfgang Wahlster.
Heidelberg: Springer. Artificial Intelligence. 2000.


  • Beyond PARSEVAL


  • Center for Spoken Language Understanding (CSLU)
  • LIMSI Spoken Language Processing Group (TLP)
  • Human Communication Research Centre (HCRC)
  • Natural Interactive Systems Laboratory (NISLab NIS)
  • SRI International
  • Center for Spoken Language and Research (CSLR)
  • VoiceXML Forum



Spoken Language Dialogue covers man-machine dialog systems using speech as main means of user interaction as well as systems analysing spoken dialogues between humans. Such systems presuppose speech recognition, speech synthesis and spoken language understanding.


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