Dialog Systems: A Perspective from Language, Logic and Computation (Hardcover)
Chapter 1. Joining Immanent Reasoning, Recanati's Lekta and Free-Enrichment (Shahid Rahman).- Chapter 2. Internet Conversation: The New Challenges of Digital Dialogue (Catalina Fuentes Rodr guez & Maria Ester Brenes Pe a).- Chapter 3. Inner Dialogues: Typology, uses and Functions (Jes's Portillo Fern ndez).- Chapter 4. Conversational Systems for Mental Health and Wellbeing (Zoraida Callejas & David Griol).- Chapter 5. Assertion, Denial and their Relation (Gon alo Santos).- Chapter 6. The Ascetic Path of the Winning Arguments. A Dialogical Framework for Intra-Negotiation Prior to an Inter-Negotiation (Mar a Dolores Mart nez Cazalla).- Chapter 7. Communication in Tourism: Information Technologies, the Human User, Visual Culture and the Location (Alcina Pereira de Sousa & Nuno Ramos Ferreira de Gouveia).- Chapter 8. About Dialog and Abduction (Cristina Bar's & Matthieu Fontaine).- Chapter 9. Generation of Dialog Contexts by Means of a Multimodal Logic Applied to Speech Acts (Francisco J Salguero).
Teresa Lopez-Soto works in the field of Computational Linguistics, with research done in the area of Corpus Linguistics and Human-Machine Dialog Systems. As a secondary field, she has also carried out studies from a cognitive perspective to human language, especially on language perception and audition, with a focus on second language learning and people with hearing disabilities.