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Journal Title: Natural Language Engineering
Volume/Issue:   15 / 1
Date: 2008
Table of Contents: Does this list contain what you were searching for? Learning adaptive dialogue strategies for interactive question answering
by Verena Rieser, Oliver Lemon
pp 55-72

Designing an interactive open-domain question answering system
by S. Quarteroni, Suresh Manandhar
pp 73-95

Follow-up question handling in the IMIX and Ritel systems: A comparative study
by B. W. Van Schooten, Rieks Op Den Akker, S. Rosset, O. Galibert, A. Max, G. Illouz
pp 97-118

Questionnaires for eliciting evaluation data from users of interactive question answering systems
by D. Kelly, P. B. Kantor, E. L. Morse, J. Scholtz, Y. Sun
pp 119-141

Adding semantic roles to the Chinese Treebank
by Nianwen Xue, Martha Stone Palmer
pp 143-172

Special issue on interactive question answering: Introduction
by N. Webb, Bonnie Webber
pp 1-8

Interactive question answering and constraint relaxation in spoken dialogue systems
by S. Varges, F. Weng, H. Pon-Barry
pp 9-30

HITIQA: High-quality intelligence through interactive question answering
by S. Small, Tomek Strzalkowski
pp 31-54

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
Semantics
 
LL Issue: 19.3754