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Building Mobile Spoken Dialogue Applications Using Regulus

Published inProceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC), Editors European Language Resources Association (ELRA), p. 2475-2479
Presented at Marrakech (Marocco), 28-30 May
Publication date2008

Regulus is an Open Source platform that supports construction of rule-based medium-vocabulary spoken dialogue applications. It has already been used to build several substantial speech-enabled applications, including NASA's Clarissa procedure navigator and Geneva University's MedSLT medical speech translator. System like these would be far more useful if they were available on a hand-held device, rather than, as with the present version, on a laptop. In this paper we describe the Open Source framework we have developed, which makes it possible to run Regulus applications on generally available mobile devices, using a distributed client-server architecture that offers transparent and reliable integration with different types of ASR systems. We describe the architecture, an implemented calendar application prototype hosted on a mobile device, and an evaluation. The evaluation shows that performance on the mobile device is as good as performance on a normal desktop PC.

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TSOURAKIS, Nikolaos et al. Building Mobile Spoken Dialogue Applications Using Regulus. In: Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC). Marrakech (Marocco). [s.l.] : [s.n.], 2008. p. 2475–2479.
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