MOIS 466- Human Computer Interaction Mini-Project 1 . Dept. of Computer Science University of Rochester Rochester, NY 14627 By: James F. Allen, Donna K. Byron, Myroslava Dzikovska George Ferguson, Lucian Galescu, Amanda Stent Present By: Nourhan Younis .
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Dept. of Computer Science
University of Rochester
Rochester, NY 14627
By: James F. Allen, Donna K. Byron, Myroslava Dzikovska
George Ferguson, Lucian Galescu, Amanda Stent
Present By: Nourhan Younis
Limitations of Graphic User Interfaces:
The Conversational inter- faces, however, would provide the opportunity for the user to state what he/she wants to do in his/her own terms, just as he/she would do to another person, and the system takes care of the complexity.
All interactions are contextually interpreted with respect to the interactions performed to this point, allowing the system to anticipate the user’s needs and provide responses that best further the user’s goals
Conversational competence required for practical dialogues, although still complex, is significantly simpler to achieve than general human conversational competence.
Within the genre of practical dialogue, the bulk of the complexity in the language interpretation and dialogue management are independent of the task being performed
“OK, let’s do that then send a truck to Avon”