What is Mixed-Initiative Interaction?

David G. Novick and Stephen Sutton

In this paper we review the unsettled definitions of initiative and mixed-initiative, discuss a set of dialogue fragments or situations that raise questions about the role of initiative (as traditionally defined), and introduce some ideas leading toward a theory of initiative as a composition of more fundamental factors such as choice of speaker, task and outcome.


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