Extending MMIL Semantic Representation: Experiments in Dialogue Systems and Semantic Annotation of Corpora

Abstract : The MultiModal Interface Language formalism (MMIL) is a modalityindependent high-level semantic representation language. It has been used in different projects, related to different domains, and with distinct tasks and interaction modes. MMIL is a metamodel that enables the definition of generic and domain specific descriptors to dialogue management, offering flexibility and high reusability. This paper presents the results of our experimentation with MMIL in diverse projects as well as the recent specifications that cover extensible thematic roles and complex linguistic phenomena.
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Alexandre Denis, Lina Maria Rojas Barahona, Matthieu Quignard. Extending MMIL Semantic Representation: Experiments in Dialogue Systems and Semantic Annotation of Corpora. Fifth Joint ISO-ACL/SIGSEM Workshop on Interoperable Semantic Annotation isa-5, Jan 2010, Hong-Kong, China. ⟨hal-00481868⟩

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