By Franco Barbanera, Stefano Berardi (auth.), J. -C. Raoult (eds.)
This quantity comprises chosen papers awarded on the 17th Colloquiumon bushes in Algebra and Programming (CAAP) held together with the ecu Symposium on Programming (ESOP) in Rennes, France, February 26-28, 1992 (the lawsuits of ESOP look in LNCS 582). the former colloquia have been held in France, Italy, Germany, Spain, Denmark and England. each even yr, as in 1992, CAAP is held together with ESOP; another yr, it really is a part of TAPSOFT (Theory And perform of software program development). before everything, CAAP used to be dedicated to algebraic and combinatorial houses of bushes and their position in a number of fields of computing device technology. The scope of CAAP has now been prolonged to different discrete buildings, like graphs, equations and ameliorations of graphs, and their hyperlinks with logical theories. The programme committee got forty submissions, from which 19 papers were chosen for inclusion inthis volume.
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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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