#15642We propose a draft scheme of the model formalizing the structure ofcommunicative context in dialogue interaction.
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<term>
communicative context
</term>
in
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dialogue interaction
</term>
. The relationships between the interacting
#15645We propose a draft scheme of the model formalizing the structure of communicative context indialogue interaction.
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are considered as system of three
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automata
</term>
representing the partners of the
<term>
#15660The relationships between the interacting partners are considered as system of threeautomata representing the partners of the dialogue and environment.
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</term>
representing the partners of the
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dialogue
</term>
and
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environment
</term>
. The
<term>
#15666The relationships between the interacting partners are considered as system of three automata representing the partners of thedialogue and environment.
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partners of the
<term>
dialogue
</term>
and
<term>
environment
</term>
. The
<term>
communicative competence
#15668The relationships between the interacting partners are considered as system of three automata representing the partners of the dialogue andenvironment.
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</term>
and
<term>
environment
</term>
. The
<term>
communicative competence
</term>
of the partners is defined by - the
#15671Thecommunicative competence of the partners is defined by - the set M of all propositions reflecting the possible states of the three automata within the model; - the set K of contracts representing all kinds of human-to-human relationships (social, interpersonal, professional, etc.) which include fixation of particular roles for the partners; - the set T of possible topics related to given contract.
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partners is defined by - the set M of all
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propositions
</term>
reflecting the possible
<term>
states
#15685The communicative competence of the partners is defined by - the set M of allpropositions reflecting the possible states of the three automata within the model; - the set K of contracts representing all kinds of human-to-human relationships (social, interpersonal, professional, etc.) which include fixation of particular roles for the partners; - the set T of possible topics related to given contract.
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propositions
</term>
reflecting the possible
<term>
states
</term>
of the three
<term>
automata
</term>
#15689The communicative competence of the partners is defined by - the set M of all propositions reflecting the possiblestates of the three automata within the model; - the set K of contracts representing all kinds of human-to-human relationships (social, interpersonal, professional, etc.) which include fixation of particular roles for the partners; - the set T of possible topics related to given contract.
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possible
<term>
states
</term>
of the three
<term>
automata
</term>
within the model ; - the set K of
#15693The communicative competence of the partners is defined by - the set M of all propositions reflecting the possible states of the threeautomata within the model; - the set K of contracts representing all kinds of human-to-human relationships (social, interpersonal, professional, etc.) which include fixation of particular roles for the partners; - the set T of possible topics related to given contract.
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</term>
within the model ; - the set K of
<term>
contracts
</term>
representing all kinds of
<term>
human-to-human
#15703The communicative competence of the partners is defined by - the set M of all propositions reflecting the possible states of the three automata within the model; - the set K ofcontracts representing all kinds of human-to-human relationships (social, interpersonal, professional, etc.) which include fixation of particular roles for the partners; - the set T of possible topics related to given contract.
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contracts
</term>
representing all kinds of
<term>
human-to-human relationships
</term>
( social , interpersonal , professional
#15708The communicative competence of the partners is defined by - the set M of all propositions reflecting the possible states of the three automata within the model; - the set K of contracts representing all kinds ofhuman-to-human relationships (social, interpersonal, professional, etc.) which include fixation of particular roles for the partners; - the set T of possible topics related to given contract.
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which include fixation of particular
<term>
roles
</term>
for the partners ; - the set T of
#15724The communicative competence of the partners is defined by - the set M of all propositions reflecting the possible states of the three automata within the model; - the set K of contracts representing all kinds of human-to-human relationships (social, interpersonal, professional, etc.) which include fixation of particularroles for the partners; - the set T of possible topics related to given contract.
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partners ; - the set T of possible
<term>
topics
</term>
related to given
<term>
contract
</term>
#15735The communicative competence of the partners is defined by - the set M of all propositions reflecting the possible states of the three automata within the model; - the set K of contracts representing all kinds of human-to-human relationships (social, interpersonal, professional, etc.) which include fixation of particular roles for the partners; - the set T of possibletopics related to given contract.
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<term>
topics
</term>
related to given
<term>
contract
</term>
. The authors believe the system
#15739The communicative competence of the partners is defined by - the set M of all propositions reflecting the possible states of the three automata within the model; - the set K of contracts representing all kinds of human-to-human relationships (social, interpersonal, professional, etc.) which include fixation of particular roles for the partners; - the set T of possible topics related to givencontract.
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the communicative component in the
<term>
dialogue system
</term>
. By generalizing the notion of location
#15763The authors believe the system of the notions presented may be used as a basis for forming the communicative component in thedialogue system.