In this study, we will examine how the speech sounds generated by one-to-one or one-to-n human communication are not only simple exchanges of intentions and opinions, but are also clearly divided into linguistic expression and linguistic understanding. In this course, we will discuss the problems of interaction between interlocutors and the complex interplay of phenomena that occur in individual interlocutors. We propose a method to determine the semantic frame of a dialogue contextually by integrating and calculating the features of speech and the features of the meaning of words.
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