Formal reconciliatory dialogue based on shift from forward to backward deliberation

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Kido, Hiroyuki; Cerutti, Federico;

Desire conflicts arise in several real-world contexts. In this paper, we propose a mixed deliberation dialogue for reconciliation. A mixed deliberation dialogue is defined as a combination of forward and backward deliberation dialogues with respective goals are subordin... View more
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