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  • System Name: SPEAK!
  • Short Description: spoken language generation for supporting database access
  • System Builders: Bateman, Stein, Hagen, Teich, Grote, Thiel[1][2][3][4][5][6]
  • Development Period: 1995–1996
  • Languages: German
  • Domain: metadialog
  • Theoretical framework: SFG
  • Forerunner: KPML


spoken language generation for supporting database access


  1. Teich, E., Hagen, E., Grote, B., & Bateman, J. A. (1997). From communicative context to speech: integrating dialogue processing, speech production and natural language generation. Speech Communication, 21(1–2), 73. Bib
  2. Grote, B., Hagen, E., & Teich, E. (1996). Matchmaking: dialogue modelling and speech generation meet. Paper presented at Proceedings of the 1996 International Workshop on Natural Language Generation, Herstmonceux, England. Bib
  3. Grote, B., Hagen, E., Stein, A., & Teich, E. 1997. Speech production in Human-Machine dialogue: a natural language generation perspective. Bib
  4. Hagen, E., & Stein, A. 1996. Automatic Generation of a Complex Dialogue History. Bib
  5. Bateman, J. A., Teich, E., & Stein, A. 1998. Speech generation in a multimodal interface for information retrieval: The <i>SPEAK</i>! system. Bib
  6. Stein, A. (1998). Usability and Assessments of Multimodal Interaction in the SPEAK! System: an experimental case study. New Review of Multimedia and Hypermedia, 4. Bib
Facts about SPEAK!RDF feed
Descriptionspoken language generation for supporting database access  +
Domainmetadialog  +
Ended1996  +
ForerunnerKPML  +
FrameworkSFG  +
LanguageGerman  +
NameSPEAK!  +
Started1995  +
WorkerBateman  +, Stein  +, Hagen  +, Teich  +, Grote  +, and Thiel  +
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