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== Abstract ==
 
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Google Calendar Voice Interface is a dialog system that provides basic Google Calendar functionalities though speech. Google Calendar Voice Interface System user’s can schedule, list, delete and search events directly  from Google Calendar.  The dialog system makes use of the L2F NLP workflow to correctly identify temporal expressions in the user’s input, this is done through a continues connection to the L2F NLP webservice to continues analyses the user’s input. The Google Calendar Voice Interface works as an online dialogue system, requiring a connection to both L2F NLP workflow and Google Calendar in order to function.
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The Google Calendar Voice Interface is a DIGA based dialog system that allows the users to access basic calendar functionalities, while using speech. Linking the dialog system with the L2F NLP chain, allows the correct identification of the temporal expressions present in the user’s input. The connection between both platforms was achieved through a permanent link between the L2F NLP chain webservice and the dialog system, allowing a continuous analyses of user’s input
  
 
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Latest revision as of 11:02, 1 June 2009

Pedro Arez

Date

  • 15:00, Friday, January 30, 2009
  • Room 336

Speaker

Abstract

The Google Calendar Voice Interface is a DIGA based dialog system that allows the users to access basic calendar functionalities, while using speech. Linking the dialog system with the L2F NLP chain, allows the correct identification of the temporal expressions present in the user’s input. The connection between both platforms was achieved through a permanent link between the L2F NLP chain webservice and the dialog system, allowing a continuous analyses of user’s input