Saki Sudo


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A Speculative and Tentative Common Ground Handling for Efficient Composition of Uncertain Dialogue
Saki Sudo | Kyoshiro Asano | Koh Mitsuda | Ryuichiro Higashinaka | Yugo Takeuchi
Proceedings of the Thirteenth Language Resources and Evaluation Conference

This study investigates how the grounding process is composed and explores new interaction approaches that adapt to human cognitive processes that have not yet been significantly studied. The results of an experiment indicate that grounding through dialogue is mutually accepted among participants through holistic expressions and suggest that common ground among participants may not necessarily be formed in a bottom-up way through analytic expressions. These findings raise the possibility of a promising new approach to creating a human-like dialogue system that may be more suitable for natural human communication.