REVIEW OF INTELLIGENT DIALOGUE PROJECTS FOR COMMAND AND CONTROL

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Defence and Civil Inst of Environmental Medicine, Downsview ONT (CAN);The Longwoods Research Group Ltd, Toronto ONT (CAN)
Abstract
Intelligent dialogue between humans and machines is an evolving reality. The deployment of fourth generation hardware and software systems in government, business and industry is one testimony to this fact, and research, development and commercial applications that make use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques is another. One important goal of the researchers at the Defence and Civil Institute of Environmental Medicine (DCIEM) is to extend the work on intelligent dialogue between humans and computers. What makes this research unusual and exciting is its focus on the intelligence in the subtle forms of dialogue, specifically on intelligent dialogue using spatial displays of information and gesture rather than on dialogue as it has been traditionally conceived, i.e. using natural language. The present project reviewed research in the area of Artificial Intelligence to determine how techniques developed within AI might be os fue in the work at DCIEM. TRUNCATED
Keywords
Human-computer dialogue;Tactical analysis;Emergency response;Intelligent Dialogue Systems;Gesture;Spatial displays
Report Number
LC-687 — Contractor Report (Final)
Date of publication
31 Mar 1986
Number of Pages
243
DSTKIM No
97-04455
CANDIS No
506710
Format(s):
Hardcopy;Document Image stored on Optical Disk

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