conversational mode

conversational mode

[kän·vər′sā·shən·əl ‚mōd]
(communications)
A computer operating mode that permits queries and responses between the computer and human operators at keyboard terminals.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Users will be able to chat directly with a Google chatbot in a conversational mode, asking questions about anything they want to get information about.
In his usual conversational mode, Rahul asked, " What is the cost on one kg of potato?
Antagonism is the default conversational mode In Lonergan's New York.
The food does the talking and his pan-fried halibut with braised oxtail and hibiscus foam was in conversational mode. The crisp, slender fillet sat on a raft of baby leeks that floated on a mass of rich, shredded, braised oxtail with logs of roasted smoked belly pork scattered among a piquant hibiscus flower foam.
Both subject and object of her discourse, Le Doeuff, establishing an instant rapport with her reader by adopting a familiar and conversational mode of discourse, demonstrates the history of one woman's intellectual and discursive trajectory against the backdrop of feminist movements and concerns.
Formal institutions replaced the "inclusive sociability of the Beaufort Buildings" (132), and the "conversational mode" displayed by Hazlitt's and Coleridge's London lectures "disciplined the possibility of an excessive theatricality that would have made them suspect in both political and gender terms" (139).
Using a conversational mode, Kgebeti takes readers on a journey through Hillbrow.
The administrator made the point that this relaxed conversational mode, staffing-heavy though it was, seemed to keep the residents calm and engaged in their surroundings--in short, the human touch exemplified.
Along with meticulous historical descriptions, this conversational mode gives a deeper understanding of this practice than other historical or political accounts of it.
On a less contentious subject, Roessger, who is involved with both human factors and business development at the German company, says that within two to three years voice recognition systems for infortainment interface will have an adequate working vocabulary and it will take about 10 years before there will be systems that will be able to handle commands made in a natural conversational mode. - KEW
According to Chevalier's design team, the challenge was to find a control with many of the desired and necessary features, such as full CNC capability, conversational mode, G-code programmability, look-ahead, rotary axis spindle control, program simulation, graphic support, rotation/translation/scale & mirror frames, oscilloscope functionality, one-step access to tool data and a WYSIWYG feature.

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