2017 | 26 | 3 Special Issue on Question Processing. Guest Editors: Mariusz Urbański, Michiel van Lambalgen, and Marcin Koszowy | 289–320
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IEL-based Formal Dialogue System for Tutorials

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FFormal dialogue system for tutorials DL(IEL)T is introduced. The system allows for modelling certain behaviours related to questioning agendas observed in tutorial dialogues. Inferential Erotetic Logic is the underlying logic of questions used here. Tutorial dialogues retrieved from the Basic Electricity and Electronics Corpus are presented and analysed with the use of DL(IEL)T.
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