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We demonstrate a tool for rapidly prototyping dialog-based systems for interactive use. The tool enables a dialog designer to evaluate a variety of dialogs without having to program each individual dialog, and provides a proof-of-concept for our approach to mixed-initiative dialog modeling and implementation. Applications of our Our tool can be applied to human-computer dialogs common in automated teller machines (ATMs), kiosks, personal assistants, and online forms including course scheduling.
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Buck, Joshua W., "Modeling and Operationalizing Flexible Human-Computer Dialogs" (2016). Stander Symposium Posters. 783.