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Engineering Dialog for Gadgets. Thomas K Harris September 12, 2003. ???Questions???. Motivation: Is speech a useful modality for electronic devices? Hardware: How would one get speech in “other” devices? Architecture: What should the system look like?

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engineering dialog for gadgets

Engineering Dialog for Gadgets

Thomas K Harris

September 12, 2003

questions
???Questions???
  • Motivation: Is speech a useful modality for electronic devices?
  • Hardware: How would one get speech in “other” devices?
  • Architecture: What should the system look like?
  • Dialog: What should/will these conversations be like?
current speech application concept
Current Speech Application Concept

Phone Client

PDA Client

Computer Client

Speech Application

Backend

current electronic devices
Current Electronic Devices

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Speech Application

Frontend

protocol based architecture
Protocol-based Architecture

Havi

adapter

Speech Graffiti

Personal

Universal

Controller

X10

adapter

speech graffiti dialog
Speech Graffiti Dialog
  • Artificial subset language
  • Tree-structured functions
  • Universal conversational primitives
  • User-directed
  • Great for recognition
  • Entirely declarative (and automatic)
minimal keywords
Minimal Keywords
  • hello-james
  • options
  • where-am-i, where-was-i
  • go-ahead, ok
  • status
  • goodbye
  • what-is, what-is-the
  • how-do-i
  • more
session management
Session Management
  • hello-james/goodbye
  • User: blah blah blah...System: ignoring userUser: hello-jamesSystem: stereo, digital cameraUser: stereoSystem: stereo hereUser: goodbyeSystem: goodbyeUser: blah blah blah...System: ignoring user
query
Query
  • what-is path/status
  • User: what-is-the am frequencySystem: the am frequency is five hundred thirtyUser: what-is randomSystem: random is offUser: what-is-the stereoSystem: the stereo is tuner
help exploration implicit navigation
help/exploration/implicit navigation
  • how-do-i.../options/path options
  • User: control alarm clock radio optionsSystem: alarm, clock, radio, sleep...User: moreSystem: x10, stereoUser: stereo optionsSystem: while turning stereo on: off, am, fm, auxiliary, cd...
invocation specification implicit exploration navigation
invocation/specification/implicit exploration/navigation
  • Path
  • User: stereo auxiliarySystem: while turning the stereo on and switching to auxiliary: auxiliaryUser: cdSystem: while switching to cd mode: cdUser: playSystem: while playing a cd: play
list navigation
list navigation
  • More
  • User: radio band am optionsSystem: bracketed list [frequency, kabc, k001, k002, k003, k004, k005][fm][off, volume][alarm, clock, sleep][x10, stereo] rendered: frequency, kabc, k001, k002...User: moreSystem: k003, k004, k005...User: moreSystem: fm, off, volume...
orientation
orientation
  • where-am-i
  • User: what is the discSystem: the disc is threeUser: where am iSystem: stereo cd disc
research questions
Research Questions
  • Is the subset language learnable?
  • Once learned, is it efficient?
  • Are user mistakes infrequent enough?
  • Are system mistake infrequent enough?
  • Can one generalize from one device to another?
  • Is the subset language well retained?