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So, if the final analysis contains many fragments, this can be used as a metric that the sentence was not very well-formed. 3 Limitations of current systems Although spoken dialog systems are an active area of research, current systems are nevertheless limited in many ways. They are very good at task-oriented slotfilling applications where the slots are relatively independent of each other. They are less successful in more complex situations when the response to one slot affects how subsequent slots are to be understood.
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