In-Vehicle Dialog Systems

Spoken language dialog systems allow a user to interact with a computer in a natural conversational style. Achieving this goal for the in-vehicle navigation task requires providing accurate, real-time responses to complex queries in a noisy environment. We have developed a demonstration system that allows users to navigate the Starkville/MSU area through spoken dialog. This system is based upon our public domain speech recognition system and the DARPA Communicator client/server architecture. We are using this prototype as a testbed to study other application areas ranging from adult E-learning to preschool literacy.



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