Vladimir Kulyukin



Title:  Input Recognition in Voice Control Interfaces to Three-Tier Autonomous Agents



Abstract: Voice control interfaces are based on the assumption that the difficult problem of understanding spoken utterances can be sufficiently constrained if reduced to the problem

of mapping voice inputs to knowledge and control structures. Thus, a spoken input is recognized if and only if it references an appropriate structure. Context-free command

and control grammars are used in speech recognition to constrain voice inputs and improve recognition accuracy. We show how such grammars can be automatically constructed from the knowledge structures used in three-tier autonomous agents.