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Version 1.5 of the OpenDial toolkit, released on April 5, 2016.
The releases features some minor refactorings as well as new functionalities such as the support for custom functions and the ability to directly manipulate relational structures - such as dependency trees, semantic graphs or hierarchical task networks - in the probabilistic rules.
Version 1.4 of the OpenDial toolkit, released on July 17, 2015.
The release includes a domain editor tab in the OpenDial GUI, allowing system developers to interactively design and test their dialogue domains. The build framework is also switched from ant to gradle.
Version 1.3 of OpenDial, released on May 7th, 2015.
The release includes new audio processing capabilities, notably Voice Activity Recognition. The release also contains a range of bug fixes and performance improvements.
Version 1.2 of OpenDial, released on April 23, 2015.
This release include a number of bug fixes (mostly related to the internal mechanisms of rule instantiation and speech processing), code clean-ups and performance improvements.
Version 1.11 of OpenDial, released on 04/03/2015.
See https://sites.google.com/site/opendialtoolkit/home/release-notes-version-1-x for details on the new features included in this release. The release requires Java 8.
In addition to the toolkit itself, you will find below zip files for four plugins:
- A plugin to integrate the Sphinx 4 speech recogniser to OpenDial
- A plugin to integrate the Mary TTS engine to OpenDial
- A plugin to integrate the MaltParser for data-driven dependency parsing of user inputs
- A plugin to connect OpenDial to the API for the Nao humanoid robot.
If you don't need the source code but simply want a jar file with all the binaries, you can download the file opendial-1.11.jar.