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Can Aristotelian Enthymemes Decrease the Cognitive Load of a Dialogue System User?

Sourcetitle: 
Proceedings of LonDial 2008, the 12th Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue
Year of publication: 
2008
PublicationType: 
Conference paper - peer reviewed

In-vehicle dialogue systems are gaining an
increased interest in the automotive industry. Dialogue systems allow the driver to use her voice, instead of her eyes and hands, to control devices in the car and thereby increase safety. Although speech is a natural way of communicating, the dialogue itself might increase the cognitive load of the driver. In this paper we suggest a rhetorical perspective of dialogue management, using Aristotelian enthymemes to provide a model for analysing Information Redundant Utterances and discuss the implications this may have for in-vehicle dialogue systems.

http://www.ling.gu.se/~jessica/papers/paperbreitholtz.pdf

Sourcepages: 
101-107
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