Tuesday 11 March 2008

42, Using Enthymemes in an Inquiry Dialogue System

Contents of 'Using Enthymemes in an Inquiry Dialogue System' (2008), by Eilzabeth Black and Anthony Hunter

... Here we investigate the use of enthymemes in inquiry dialogues. For this, we propose a generative inquiry dialogue system and show how, in this dialogue system, enthymemes can be managed by the agents involved, and how common knowledge can evolve through dialogue.


... Here, we adapt and integrate [previous] proposals in order to define a new framework for generating inquiry dialogues that use enthymemes. The agents involved can send and receive enthymemes, they can query the other agent if they do not understand an enthymeme they have received, and they can update their perception of what can be used as common knowledge based on the information exchanged during the dialogue.

Logical Arguments


Representing Dialogues

Generating Dialogues

Properties of Dialogue System


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