Published on Fri Oct 15 2010

Introduction to the iDian

Xin Rong

iDian is a framework to enable computer users to operate software in natural language. It supports format-free combinations of orders, and is open to both developers and customers.

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Abstract

The iDian (previously named as the Operation Agent System) is a framework designed to enable computer users to operate software in natural language. Distinct from current speech-recognition systems, our solution supports format-free combinations of orders, and is open to both developers and customers. We used a multi-layer structure to build the entire framework, approached rule-based natural language processing, and implemented demos narrowing down to Windows, text-editing and a few other applications. This essay will firstly give an overview of the entire system, and then scrutinize the functions and structure of the system, and finally discuss the prospective de-velopment, esp. on-line interaction functions.

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