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TRIPS: An Integrated Intelligent Problem-Solving Assistant George Ferguson and James F. Allen
 

Summary: TRIPS: An Integrated Intelligent Problem-Solving Assistant
George Ferguson and James F. Allen
Department of Computer Science
University of Rochester
Rochester, NY 14627-0226
ferguson,jamesí @cs.rochester.edu
Abstract
We discuss what constitutes an integrated system in AI, and
why AI researchers should be interested in building and
studying them. Taking integrated systems to be ones that in-
tegrate a variety of components in order to perform some task
from start to finish, we believe that such systems (a) allow us
to better ground our theoretical work in actual tasks, and (b)
provide an opportunity for much-needed evaluation based on
task performance. We describe one particular integrated sys-
tem we have developed that supports spoken-language dia-
logue to collaboratively solve planning problems. We discuss
how the integrated system provides key advantages for help-
ing both our work in natural language dialogue processing
and in interactive planning and problem solving, and consider

  

Source: Allen, James F. - Department of Computer Science, University of Rochester

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences