Communicating with Multiple Agents

Elizabeth Hinkelman, Stephen P. Spackman

In: Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Computational Linguistics. International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING-94) 15th August 5-9 Kyoto Japan Seiten 1191-1197 2 ACM 1994.


Previous dialogue systems have focussed on dialogues between two agents. Many applications, however, require conversations between several participants. This paper extends speech act definitions to handle multi-agent conversations, based on a model of multi-agent belief attribution with some unique properties. Our approach has the advantage of capturing a number of interesting phenomena in a straightforward way.

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