The researchers observed that sometimes the parties to the dialogue reached an agreement, but did not trigger a predefined communication agreement as a condition for termination. To do this, they introduced a self-reflection mechanism, which involves the retrieval and retrieval of memories. To achieve this mechanism, the researchers introduced a "pseudo-self" and used it as a skeptic to initiate new conversations. This pseudo-challenger informs the current assistant of the history of all previous conversations and asks for a summary of the conclusive information in the conversation, as shown in Figure 3(c).
• This mechanism is effective in encouraging assistants to reflect on decisions raised and discussed during the dialogue.