A Modular Architecture for Adaptive ChatBots

Salvatore Gaglio, Giovanni Pilato, Agnese Augello

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Abstract

We illustrate an architecture for a conversationalagent based on a modular knowledge representation. This solutionprovides intelligent conversational agents with a dynamicand flexible behavior. The modularity of the architecture allowsa concurrent and synergic use of different techniques, makingit possible to use the most adequate methodology for themanagement of a specific characteristic of the domain, of thedialogue, or of the user behavior. We show the implementation ofa proof-of-concept prototype: a set of modules exploiting differentknowledge representation techniques and capable to differentlymanage conversation features has been developed. Each moduleis automatically triggered through a component, named corpuscallosum, whose task is to choose, time by time, the most adequatechatbot knowledge section to activate.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Pagine177-180
Numero di pagine4
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2011

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  • Computational Theory and Mathematics
  • Computer Science Applications
  • Theoretical Computer Science

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Gaglio, S., Pilato, G., & Augello, A. (2011). A Modular Architecture for Adaptive ChatBots. 177-180.

A Modular Architecture for Adaptive ChatBots. / Gaglio, Salvatore; Pilato, Giovanni; Augello, Agnese.

2011. 177-180.

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Gaglio, S, Pilato, G & Augello, A 2011, 'A Modular Architecture for Adaptive ChatBots', pagg. 177-180.
Gaglio, Salvatore ; Pilato, Giovanni ; Augello, Agnese. / A Modular Architecture for Adaptive ChatBots. 4 pag.
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