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A Conceptual Framework for Conversations and Services

Abstract : In this article a conceptual framework is developed that specifies the terms and their relationships that will be used for specifying conversational processes in ELeGI. The first part consists of a glossary of terms, each with an informal, textual description. These descriptions are the basis for more formal definitions as to be further specified in a machine readable and re-usable ontology. This ontology, represented in OWL is still under development. This ontology, specifies the building stones for the second part: the framework itself. The framework describes at a very abstract level the dependencies between conversational processes and service providing/ requesting. It is an abstract model that is to be used (and validated) in analyzing protocols of human-human conversations, and a source of reference in building conversational architectures in ELeGI.
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Joost Breuker. A Conceptual Framework for Conversations and Services. ELeGI Conference on Advanced Technology for Enhanced Learning, 2005, Vico Equense (Naples), Italy. pp.24. ⟨hal-00190487⟩



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