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2013 Proceedings of the SIGDIAL 2013 Conference
2012 Proceedings of the 13th Annual Meeting of the Special Interest Group on Discourse and Dialogue
2011 Proceedings of the SIGDIAL 2011 Conference
2010 Proceedings of the SIGDIAL 2010 Conference
2009 Proceedings of the SIGDIAL 2009 Conference
2008 Proceedings of the 9th SIGdial Workshop on Discourse and Dialogue
2006 Proceedings of the 7th SIGdial Workshop on Discourse and Dialogue
2004 Proceedings of the 5th SIGdial Workshop on Discourse and Dialogue at HLT-NAACL 2004
2003 Proceedings of the Fourth SIGdial Workshop of Discourse and Dialogue
Proceedings of the 2003 EACL Workshop on Dialogue Systems: interaction, adaptation and styes of management
2002 ITS 2002 Workshop on Empirical Methods for Tutorial Dialogue Systems (San Sebastian, Spain)
ISCA Tutorial and Research Workshop (ITRW) on Multi-Modal Dialogue in Mobile Environments (IDS 2002) (Kloster Irsee, Germany)
Proceedings of the Third SIGdial Workshop on Discourse and Dialogue
EDILOG 2002: Sixth Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue (Edinburgh, Scotland)
2001 Proceedings of the Second SIGdial Workshop on Discourse and Dialogue
2000 AAAI Spring Symposium, My Dinner with R2D2: Natural Dialogues with Practical Robotic Devices
ANLP-NAACL 2000 Workshop: Conversational Systems
From spoken dialogue to full natural interactive dialogue: Theory, empirical analysis and evaluation. (LREC 2000) (Athens, Greece)
Götalog 2000: 2000: 4th Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue (Göteborg University, Sweden)
Third Workshop on Human-Computer Conversation (Bellagio, Italy)
1st SIGdial Workshop on Discourse and Dialogue
AAAI Fall Symposium, Building Dialogue Systems for Tutorial Applications (North Falmouth, MA, USA)
1999 Amstelogue 1999: Amsterdam Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue (Amsterdam, Holland)
15th Twente Workshop on Language Technology: Interaction in Virtual Worlds (Enschede, The Netherlands)
The Relation of Discourse/Dialogue Structure and Reference
Towards Standards and Tools for Discourse Tagging
IJCAI Workshop on Knowledge and Reasoning in Practical Dialogue Systems (Stockholm, Sweden)
AAAI Fall Symposium on Psychological Models of Communication in Collaborative Systems (North Falmouth, Massachusetts, USA)
1998 Discourse Relations and Discourse Markers

2013

  1. Proceedings of the SIGDIAL 2013 Conference

  2. W13-40 [bib]: Entire Volume
  3. W13-4000 [bib]: Front Matter

  4. W13-4001 [bib]: Bonnie Webber
    Discourse Relations, Discourse Structure, Discourse Semantics
  5. W13-4002 [bib]: Antoine Venant; Nicholas Asher; Philippe Muller; Pascal Denis; Stergos Afantenos
    Expressivity and comparison of models of discourse structure
  6. W13-4003 [bib]: Alejandra Lorenzo; Lina Rojas-Barahona; Christophe Cerisara
    Unsupervised structured semantic inference for spoken dialog reservation tasks
  7. W13-4004 [bib]: Mehwish Riaz; Roxana Girju
    Toward a Better Understanding of Causality between Verbal Events: Extraction and Analysis of the Causal Power of Verb-Verb Associations
  8. W13-4005 [bib]: Brian McMahan; Matthew Stone
    Training an integrated sentence planner on user dialogue
  9. W13-4006 [bib]: Amita Misra; Marilyn Walker
    Topic Independent Identification of Agreement and Disagreement in Social Media Dialogue
  10. W13-4007 [bib]: Zhou Yu; David Gerritsen; Amy Ogan; Alan Black; Justine Cassell
    Automatic Prediction of Friendship via Multi-model Dyadic Features
  11. W13-4008 [bib]: Sarvesh Ranade; Rajeev Sangal; Radhika Mamidi
    Stance Classification in Online Debates by Recognizing Users' Intentions
  12. W13-4009 [bib]: Tsugumi Otsuka; Kazunori Komatani; Satoshi Sato; Mikio Nakano
    Generating More Specific Questions for Acquiring Attributes of Unknown Concepts from Users
  13. W13-4010 [bib]: Changsong Liu; Rui Fang; Lanbo She; Joyce Chai
    Modeling Collaborative Referring for Situated Referential Grounding
  14. W13-4011 [bib]: Laurent Prévot; Brigitte Bigi; Roxane Bertrand
    A quantitative view of feedback lexical markers in conversational French
  15. W13-4012 [bib]: Paula Cardoso; Maite Taboada; Thiago Pardo
    On the contribution of discourse structure to topic segmentation
  16. W13-4013 [bib]: Layla El Asri; Romain Laroche
    Will my Spoken Dialogue System be a Slow Learner ?
  17. W13-4014 [bib]: Lucie Daubigney; Matthieu Geist; Olivier Pietquin
    Model-free POMDP optimisation of tutoring systems with echo-state networks
  18. W13-4015 [bib]: Nigel Ward; Karen Richart-Ruiz
    Patterns of Importance Variation in Spoken Dialog
  19. W13-4016 [bib]: Kallirroi Georgila
    Reinforcement Learning of Two-Issue Negotiation Dialogue Policies
  20. W13-4017 [bib]: Maryam Tavafi; Yashar Mehdad; Shafiq Joty; Giuseppe Carenini; Raymond Ng
    Dialogue Act Recognition in Synchronous and Asynchronous Conversations
  21. W13-4018 [bib]: Stefan Ultes; Wolfgang Minker
    Improving Interaction Quality Recognition Using Error Correction
  22. W13-4019 [bib]: Stefan Radomski; Dirk Schnelle-Walka; Stephan Radeck-Arneth
    A Prolog Datamodel for State Chart XML
  23. W13-4020 [bib]: Eli Pincus; Svetlana Stoyanchev; Julia Hirschberg
    Exploring Features For Localized Detection of Speech Recognition Errors
  24. W13-4021 [bib]: Svetlana Stoyanchev; Alex Liu; Julia Hirschberg
    Modelling Human Clarification Strategies
  25. W13-4022 [bib]: Rohit Kumar; Matthew Roy; Sankaranarayanan Ananthakrishnan; Sanjika Hewavitharana; Frederick Choi
    Interactive Error Resolution Strategies for Speech-to-Speech Translation Systems
  26. W13-4023 [bib]: Rafael E. Banchs; Ridong Jiang; Seokhwan Kim; Arthur Niswar; Kheng Hui Yeo
    AIDA: Artificial Intelligent Dialogue Agent
  27. W13-4024 [bib]: Candace Sidner; Timothy Bickmore; Charles Rich; Barbara Barry; Lazlo Ring; Morteza Behrooz; Mohammad Shayganfar
    Demonstration of an Always-On Companion for Isolated Older Adults
  28. W13-4025 [bib]: Srinivasan Janarthanam; Oliver Lemon; Xingkun Liu; Phil Bartie; William Mackaness; Tiphaine Dalmas
    A Multithreaded Conversational Interface for Pedestrian Navigation and Question Answering
  29. W13-4026 [bib]: Helen Hastie; Marie-Aude Aufaure; Panos Alexopoulos; Heriberto Cuayáhuitl; Nina Dethlefs; Milica Gasic; James Henderson; Oliver Lemon; Xingkun Liu; Peter Mika; Nesrine Ben Mustapha; Verena Rieser; Blaise Thomson; Pirros Tsiakoulis; Yves Vanrompay
    Demonstration of the PARLANCE system: a data-driven incremental, spoken dialogue system for interactive search
  30. W13-4027 [bib]: Pierrick Milhorat; Stephan Schlögl; Gérard Chollet; Jérôme Boudy
    Multi-step Natural Language Understanding
  31. W13-4028 [bib]: Stephan Schlögl; Saturnino Luz; Gavin Doherty
    WebWOZ: A Platform for Designing and Conducting Web-based Wizard of Oz Experiments
  32. W13-4029 [bib]: Gabriel Skantze; Anna Hjalmarsson; Catharine Oertel
    Exploring the effects of gaze and pauses in situated human-robot interaction
  33. W13-4030 [bib]: Casey Kennington; Spyros Kousidis; David Schlangen
    Interpreting Situated Dialogue Utterances: an Update Model that Uses Speech, Gaze, and Gesture Information
  34. W13-4031 [bib]: Lin Chen; Barbara Di Eugenio
    Multimodality and Dialogue Act Classification in the RoboHelper Project
  35. W13-4032 [bib]: David DeVault; Kallirroi Georgila; Ron Artstein; Fabrizio Morbini; David Traum; Stefan Scherer; Albert (Skip) Rizzo; Louis-Philippe Morency
    Verbal indicators of psychological distress in interactive dialogue with a virtual human
  36. W13-4033 [bib]: Jerome Bellegarda
    Spoken Language Understanding for Natural Interaction
  37. W13-4034 [bib]: Eun Ha; Christopher Mitchell; Kristy Boyer; James Lester
    Learning Dialogue Management Models for Task-Oriented Dialogue with Parallel Dialogue and Task Streams
  38. W13-4035 [bib]: Milica Gasic; Catherine Breslin; Matthew Henderson; Dongho Kim; Martin Szummer; Blaise Thomson; Pirros Tsiakoulis; Steve Young
    POMDP-based dialogue manager adaptation to extended domains
  39. W13-4036 [bib]: Simon Keizer; Mary Ellen Foster; Oliver Lemon; Andre Gaschler; Manuel Giuliani
    Training and evaluation of an MDP model for social multi-user human-robot interaction
  40. W13-4037 [bib]: Hansjörg Hofmann; Ute Ehrlich; André Berton; Angela Mahr; Rafael Math; Christian Müller
    Evaluation of Speech Dialog Strategies for Internet Applications in the Car
  41. W13-4038 [bib]: Aasish Pappu; Alexander Rudnicky
    Predicting Tasks in Goal-Oriented Spoken Dialog Systems using Semantic Knowledge Bases
  42. W13-4039 [bib]: Sudeep Gandhe; David Traum
    Surface Text based Dialogue Models for Virtual Humans
  43. W13-4040 [bib]: Oliver Niebuhr; Karin Görs; Evelin Graupe
    Speech Reduction, Intensity, and F0 Shape are Cues to Turn-Taking
  44. W13-4041 [bib]: Thies Pfeiffer; Florian Hofmann; Florian Hahn; Hannes Rieser; Insa Röpke
    Gesture Semantics Reconstruction Based on Motion Capturing and Complex Event Processing: a Circular Shape Example
  45. W13-4042 [bib]: Timo Baumann; David Schlangen
    Open-ended, Extensible System Utterances Are Preferred, Even If They Require Filled Pauses
  46. W13-4043 [bib]: Yoichi Matsuyama; Iwao Akiba; Akihiro Saito; Tetsunori Kobayashi
    A Four-Participant Group Facilitation Framework for Conversational Robots
  47. W13-4044 [bib]: Daniel Couto Vale; Vivien Mast
    Tacit Social Contracts for Wheelchairs
  48. W13-4045 [bib]: Emer Gilmartin; Francesca Bonin; Carl Vogel; Nick Campbell
    Laugher and Topic Transition in Multiparty Conversation
  49. W13-4046 [bib]: Liliana Mamani Sanchez; Carl Vogel
    IMHO: An Exploratory Study of Hedging in Web Forums
  50. W13-4047 [bib]: Heriberto Cuayáhuitl; Nina Dethlefs; Helen Hastie; Oliver Lemon
    Impact of ASR N-Best Information on Bayesian Dialogue Act Recognition
  51. W13-4048 [bib]: Spyros Kousidis; Casey Kennington; David Schlangen
    Investigating speaker gaze and pointing behaviour in human-computer interaction with the mint.tools collection
  52. W13-4049 [bib]: Aysu Ezen-Can; Kristy Boyer
    In-Context Evaluation of Unsupervised Dialogue Act Models for Tutorial Dialogue
  53. W13-4050 [bib]: Michael Johnston; Patrick Ehlen; Frederick G. Conrad; Michael F. Schober; Christopher Antoun; Stefanie Fail; Andrew Hupp; Lucas Vickers; Huiying Yan; Chan Zhang
    Spoken Dialog Systems for Automated Survey Interviewing
  54. W13-4051 [bib]: Hiroaki Sugiyama; Toyomi Meguro; Ryuichiro Higashinaka; Yasuhiro Minami
    Open-domain Utterance Generation for Conversational Dialogue Systems using Web-scale Dependency Structures
  55. W13-4052 [bib]: Christopher Mitchell; Kristy Boyer; James Lester
    Evaluating State Representations for Reinforcement Learning of Turn-Taking Policies in Tutorial Dialogue
  56. W13-4053 [bib]: Tatiana Gasanova; Eugene Zhukov; Roman Sergienko; Eugene Semenkin; Wolfgang Minker
    A Semi-supervised Approach for Natural Language Call Routing
  57. W13-4054 [bib]: Sangdo Han; Kyusong Lee; Donghyeon Lee; Gary Geunbae Lee
    Counseling Dialog System with 5W1H Extraction
  58. W13-4055 [bib]: Staffan Larsson; Sebastian Berlin; Anders Eliasson; Fredrik Kronlid
    Integration and test environment for an in-vehicle dialogue system in the SIMSI project
  59. W13-4056 [bib]: Claire Gardent; Alejandra Lorenzo; Laura Perez-Beltrachini; Lina Rojas-Barahona
    Weakly and Strongly Constrained Dialogues for Language Learning
  60. W13-4057 [bib]: Kristiina Jokinen; Graham Wilcock
    Open-Domain Information Access with Talking Robots
  61. W13-4058 [bib]: Shweta Bhargava; Srinivasan Janarthanam; Helen Hastie; Amol Deshmukh; Ruth Aylett; Lee Corrigan; Ginevra Castellano
    Demonstration of the EmoteWizard of Oz Interface for Empathic Robotic Tutors
  62. W13-4059 [bib]: Raveesh Meena; Gabriel Skantze; Joakim Gustafson
    The Map Task Dialogue System: A Test-bed for Modelling Human-Like Dialogue
  63. W13-4060 [bib]: Takashi Yamauchi; Mikio Nakano; Kotaro Funakoshi
    A Robotic Agent in a Virtual Environment that Performs Situated Incremental Understanding of Navigational Utterances
  64. W13-4061 [bib]: Eric Forbell; Nicolai Kalisch; Fabrizio Morbini; Kelly Christoffersen; Kenji Sagae; David Traum; Albert A. Rizzo
    Roundtable: An Online Framework for Building Web-based Conversational Agents
  65. W13-4062 [bib]: Raveesh Meena; Gabriel Skantze; Joakim Gustafson
    A Data-driven Model for Timing Feedback in a Map Task Dialogue System
  66. W13-4063 [bib]: Ethan Selfridge; Iker Arizmendi; Peter Heeman; Jason Williams
    Continuously Predicting and Processing Barge-in During a Live Spoken Dialogue Task
  67. W13-4064 [bib]: Fabrizio Morbini; Kartik Audhkhasi; Kenji Sagae; Ron Artstein; Dogan Can; Panayiotis Georgiou; Shri Narayanan; Anton Leuski; David Traum
    Which ASR should I choose for my dialogue system?
  68. W13-4065 [bib]: Jason Williams; Antoine Raux; Deepak Ramachandran; Alan Black
    The Dialog State Tracking Challenge
  69. W13-4066 [bib]: Sungjin Lee; Maxine Eskenazi
    Recipe For Building Robust Spoken Dialog State Trackers: Dialog State Tracking Challenge System Description
  70. W13-4067 [bib]: Zhuoran Wang; Oliver Lemon
    A Simple and Generic Belief Tracking Mechanism for the Dialog State Tracking Challenge: On the believability of observed information
  71. W13-4068 [bib]: Jason Williams
    Multi-domain learning and generalization in dialog state tracking
  72. W13-4069 [bib]: Sungjin Lee
    Structured Discriminative Model For Dialog State Tracking
  73. W13-4070 [bib]: Lukas Zilka; David Marek; Matej Korvas; Filip Jurcicek
    Comparison of Bayesian Discriminative and Generative Models for Dialogue State Tracking
  74. W13-4071 [bib]: Hang Ren; Weiqun Xu; Yan Zhang; Yonghong Yan
    Dialog State Tracking using Conditional Random Fields
  75. W13-4072 [bib]: Daejoong Kim; Jaedeug Choi Choi; Kee-Eung Kim; Jungsu Lee; Jinho Sohn
    Engineering Statistical Dialog State Trackers: A Case Study on DSTC
  76. W13-4073 [bib]: Matthew Henderson; Blaise Thomson; Steve Young
    Deep Neural Network Approach for the Dialog State Tracking Challenge

2012

  1. Proceedings of the 13th Annual Meeting of the Special Interest Group on Discourse and Dialogue

  2. W12-16 [bib]: Entire Volume
  3. W12-1600 [bib]: Front Matter

  4. W12-1601 [bib]: Tatsuya Kawahara
    Multi-modal Sensing and Analysis of Poster Conversations: Toward Smart Posterboard
  5. W12-1602 [bib]: Lina M. Rojas Barahona; Alejandra Lorenzo; Claire Gardent
    An End-to-End Evaluation of Two Situated Dialog Systems
  6. W12-1603 [bib]: William Yang Wang; Samantha Finkelstein; Amy Ogan; Alan W. Black; Justine Cassell
    "Love ya, jerkface": Using Sparse Log-Linear Models to Build Positive and Impolite Relationships with Teens
  7. W12-1604 [bib]: Alexander Koller; Konstantina Garoufi; Maria Staudte; Matthew Crocker
    Enhancing Referential Success by Tracking Hearer Gaze
  8. W12-1605 [bib]: Lu Wang; Claire Cardie
    Unsupervised Topic Modeling Approaches to Decision Summarization in Spoken Meetings
  9. W12-1606 [bib]: Sungjin Lee; Maxine Eskenazi
    An Unsupervised Approach to User Simulation: Toward Self-Improving Dialog Systems
  10. W12-1607 [bib]: Elijah Mayfield; David Adamson; Carolyn Penstein Rosé
    Hierarchical Conversation Structure Prediction in Multi-Party Chat
  11. W12-1608 [bib]: Masahiro Araki
    Rapid Development Process of Spoken Dialogue Systems using Collaboratively Constructed Semantic Resources
  12. W12-1609 [bib]: Milica Gasić; Pirros Tsiakoulis; Matthew Henderson; Blaise Thomson; Kai Yu; Eli Tzirkel; Steve Young
    The Effect of Cognitive Load on a Statistical Dialogue System
  13. W12-1610 [bib]: Christine Howes; Matthew Purver; Rose McCabe; Patrick G. T. Healey; Mary Lavelle
    Predicting Adherence to Treatment for Schizophrenia from Dialogue Transcripts
  14. W12-1611 [bib]: Teruhisa Misu; Kallirroi Georgila; Anton Leuski; David Traum
    Reinforcement Learning of Question-Answering Dialogue Policies for Virtual Museum Guides
  15. W12-1612 [bib]: Christopher M. Mitchell; Kristy Elizabeth Boyer; James C. Lester
    From Strangers to Partners: Examining Convergence within a Longitudinal Study of Task-Oriented Dialogue
  16. W12-1613 [bib]: Aasish Pappu; Alexander Rudnicky
    The Structure and Generality of Spoken Route Instructions
  17. W12-1614 [bib]: Joonsuk Park; Claire Cardie
    Improving Implicit Discourse Relation Recognition Through Feature Set Optimization
  18. W12-1615 [bib]: Ethan O. Selfridge; Peter A. Heeman
    A Temporal Simulator for Developing Turn-Taking Methods for Spoken Dialogue Systems
  19. W12-1616 [bib]: Congkai Sun; Louis-Philippe Morency
    Dialogue Act Recognition using Reweighted Speaker Adaptation
  20. W12-1617 [bib]: Kseniya Zablotskaya; Fernando Fernández-Martínez; Wolfgang Minker
    Estimating Adaptation of Dialogue Partners with Different Verbal Intelligence
  21. W12-1618 [bib]: David DeVault; David Traum
    A Demonstration of Incremental Speech Understanding and Confidence Estimation in a Virtual Human Dialogue System
  22. W12-1619 [bib]: Srinivasan Janarthanam; Oliver Lemon; Xingkun Liu; Phil Bartie; William Mackaness; Tiphaine Dalmas; Jana Goetze
    Integrating Location, Visibility, and Question-Answering in a Spoken Dialogue System for Pedestrian City Exploration
  23. W12-1620 [bib]: Fabrizio Morbini; Eric Forbell; David DeVault; Kenji Sagae; David Traum; Albert Rizzo
    A Mixed-Initiative Conversational Dialogue System for Healthcare
  24. W12-1621 [bib]: Changsong Liu; Rui Fang; Joyce Chai
    Towards Mediating Shared Perceptual Basis in Situated Dialogue
  25. W12-1622 [bib]: Sucheta Ghosh; Giuseppe Riccardi; Richard Johansson
    Global Features for Shallow Discourse Parsing
  26. W12-1623 [bib]: Ngo Xuan Bach; Nguyen Le Minh; Akira Shimazu
    A Reranking Model for Discourse Segmentation using Subtree Features
  27. W12-1624 [bib]: Yi Ma; Antoine Raux; Deepak Ramachandran; Rakesh Gupta
    Landmark-Based Location Belief Tracking in a Spoken Dialog System
  28. W12-1625 [bib]: Pierre Lison
    Probabilistic Dialogue Models with Prior Domain Knowledge
  29. W12-1626 [bib]: Sungjin Lee; Maxine Eskenazi
    Exploiting Machine-Transcribed Dialog Corpus to Improve Multiple Dialog States Tracking Methods
  30. W12-1627 [bib]: Diane Litman
    Cohesion, Entrainment and Task Success in Educational Dialog
  31. W12-1628 [bib]: Nigel G. Ward; Alejandro Vega
    A Bottom-Up Exploration of the Dimensions of Dialog State in Spoken Interaction
  32. W12-1629 [bib]: Hannaneh Hajishirzi; Jill F. Lehman; Jessica K. Hodgins
    Using Group History to Identify Character-Directed Utterances in Multi-Child Interactions
  33. W12-1630 [bib]: Kate Forbes-Riley; Diane Litman
    Adapting to Multiple Affective States in Spoken Dialogue
  34. W12-1631 [bib]: Fumihiro Bessho; Tatsuya Harada; Yasuo Kuniyoshi
    Dialog System Using Real-Time Crowdsourcing and Twitter Large-Scale Corpus
  35. W12-1632 [bib]: Aoife Cahill; Arndt Riester
    Automatically Acquiring Fine-Grained Information Status Distinctions in German
  36. W12-1633 [bib]: Kotaro Funakoshi; Mikio Nakano; Takenobu Tokunaga; Ryu Iida
    A Unified Probabilistic Approach to Referring Expressions
  37. W12-1634 [bib]: Eun Young Ha; Joseph F. Grafsgaard; Christopher Mitchell; Kristy Elizabeth Boyer; James C. Lester
    Combining Verbal and Nonverbal Features to Overcome the “Information Gap” in Task-Oriented Dialogue
  38. W12-1635 [bib]: Ben Hixon; Rebecca J. Passonneau; Susan L. Epstein
    Semantic Specificity in Spoken Dialogue Requests
  39. W12-1636 [bib]: Hen-Hsen Huang; Hsin-Hsi Chen
    Contingency and Comparison Relation Labeling and Structure Prediction in Chinese Sentences
  40. W12-1637 [bib]: Anton Leuski; David DeVault
    A Study in How NLU Performance Can Affect the Choice of Dialogue System Architecture
  41. W12-1638 [bib]: Ethan O. Selfridge; Iker Arizmendi; Peter A. Heeman; Jason D. Williams
    Integrating Incremental Speech Recognition and POMDP-Based Dialogue Systems
  42. W12-1639 [bib]: Allison Terrell; Bilge Mutlu
    A Regression-based Approach to Modeling Addressee Backchannels
  43. W12-1640 [bib]: Anruo Wang; Barbara Di Eugenio; Lin Chen
    Improving Sentence Completion in Dialogues with Multi-Modal Features
  44. W12-1641 [bib]: Hendrik Buschmeier; Timo Baumann; Benjamin Dosch; Stefan Kopp; David Schlangen
    Combining Incremental Language Generation and Incremental Speech Synthesis for Adaptive Information Presentation
  45. W12-1642 [bib]: Lu Wang; Claire Cardie
    Focused Meeting Summarization via Unsupervised Relation Extraction
  46. W12-1643 [bib]: Casey Kennington; David Schlangen
    Markov Logic Networks for Situated Incremental Natural Language Understanding

2011

  1. Proceedings of the SIGDIAL 2011 Conference

  2. W11-20 [bib]: Entire Volume
  3. W11-2000 [bib]: Front Matter

  4. W11-2001 [bib]: Alex Lascarides
    Strategic Conversation
  5. W11-2002 [bib]: Alan W Black; Susanne Burger; Alistair Conkie; Helen Hastie; Simon Keizer; Oliver Lemon; Nicolas Merigaud; Gabriel Parent; Gabriel Schubiner; Blaise Thomson; Jason D. Williams; Kai Yu; Steve Young; Maxine Eskenazi
    Spoken Dialog Challenge 2010: Comparison of Live and Control Test Results
  6. W11-2003 [bib]: JosÉ González-Brenes; Jack Mostow
    Which System Differences Matter? Using L1/L2 Regularization to Compare Dialogue Systems
  7. W11-2004 [bib]: Mikio Nakano; Shun Sato; Kazunori Komatani; Kyoko Matsuyama; Kotaro Funakoshi; Hiroshi G. Okuno
    A Two-Stage Domain Selection Framework for Extensible Multi-Domain Spoken Dialogue Systems
  8. W11-2005 [bib]: Sourish Chaudhuri; Bhiksha Raj
    A Comparison of Latent Variable Models For Conversation Analysis
  9. W11-2006 [bib]: David DeVault; Anton Leuski; Kenji Sagae
    Toward Learning and Evaluation of Dialogue Policies with Text Examples
  10. W11-2007 [bib]: Kristy Boyer; Eun Young Ha; Robert Phillips; James Lester
    The Impact of Task-Oriented Feature Sets on HMMs for Dialogue Modeling
  11. W11-2008 [bib]: Koichiro Yoshino; Shinsuke Mori; Tatsuya Kawahara
    Spoken Dialogue System based on Information Extraction using Similarity of Predicate Argument Structures
  12. W11-2009 [bib]: Michael K. Tanenhaus
    Common Ground and Perspective-taking in Real-time Language Processing
  13. W11-2010 [bib]: Luciana Benotti; Alexandre Denis
    Giving instructions in virtual environments by corpus based selection
  14. W11-2011 [bib]: Nina Dethlefs; Heriberto Cuayáhuitl; Jette Viethen
    Optimising Natural Language Generation Decision Making For Situated Dialogue
  15. W11-2012 [bib]: Kirsten Bergmann; Hannes Rieser; Stefan Kopp
    Regulating Dialogue with Gestures - Towards an Empirically Grounded Simulation with Conversational Agents
  16. W11-2013 [bib]: Dan Bohus; Eric Horvitz
    Multiparty Turn Taking in Situated Dialog: Study, Lessons, and Directions
  17. W11-2014 [bib]: Ethan Selfridge; Iker Arizmendi; Peter Heeman; Jason Williams
    Stability and Accuracy in Incremental Speech Recognition
  18. W11-2015 [bib]: Timo Baumann; David Schlangen
    Predicting the Micro-Timing of User Input for an Incremental Spoken Dialogue System that Completes a User's Ongoing Turn
  19. W11-2016 [bib]: Jason Williams
    An Empirical Evaluation of a Statistical Dialog System in Public Use
  20. W11-2017 [bib]: Srinivasan Janarthanam; Helen Hastie; Oliver Lemon; Xingkun Liu
    "The day after the day after tomorrow?" A machine learning approach to adaptive temporal expression generation: training and evaluation with real users
  21. W11-2018 [bib]: William Yang Wang; Julia Hirschberg
    Detecting Levels of Interest from Spoken Dialog with Multistream Prediction Feedback and Similarity Based Hierarchical Fusion Learning
  22. W11-2019 [bib]: Myroslava O. Dzikovska; Johanna D. Moore; Natalie Steinhauser; Gwendolyn Campbell
    Exploring User Satisfaction in a Tutorial Dialogue System
  23. W11-2020 [bib]: Alexander Schmitt; Benjamin Schatz; Wolfgang Minker
    Modeling and Predicting Quality in Spoken Human-Computer Interaction
  24. W11-2021 [bib]: Ute Winter; Roni Ben-Aharon; Daniel Chernobrov; Ron Hecht
    Topics as Contextual Indicators for Word Choice in SMS Conversations
  25. W11-2022 [bib]: Thomas Meyer; Andrei Popescu-Belis; Sandrine Zufferey; Bruno Cartoni
    Multilingual Annotation and Disambiguation of Discourse Connectives for Machine Translation
  26. W11-2023 [bib]: Anaï;s Cadilhac; Nicholas Asher; Farah Benamara; Alex Lascarides
    Commitments to Preferences in Dialogue
  27. W11-2024 [bib]: Kate Forbes-Riley; Diane Litman
    Using Performance Trajectories to Analyze the Immediate Impact of User State Misclassification in an Adaptive Spoken Dialogue System
  28. W11-2025 [bib]: Rohit Kumar; Carolyn Rosé
    Comparing Triggering Policies for Social Behaviors
  29. W11-2026 [bib]: Gordon Briggs; Matthias Scheutz
    Facilitating Mental Modeling in Collaborative Human-Robot Interaction through Adverbial Cues
  30. W11-2027 [bib]: Rebecca J. Passonneau; Susan L. Epstein; Tiziana Ligorio; Joshua Gordon
    Embedded Wizardry
  31. W11-2028 [bib]: Teruhisa Misu; Etsuo Mizukami; Yoshinori Shiga; Shinichi Kawamoto; Hisashi Kawai; Satoshi Nakamura
    Toward Construction of Spoken Dialogue System that Evokes Users' Spontaneous Backchannels
  32. W11-2029 [bib]: Joshua Gordon; Rebecca J. Passonneau; Susan L. Epstein
    Learning to Balance Grounding Rationales for Dialogue Systems
  33. W11-2030 [bib]: Kallirroi Georgila; Ron Artstein; Angela Nazarian; Michael Rushforth; David Traum; Katia Sycara
    An Annotation Scheme for Cross-Cultural Argumentation and Persuasion Dialogues
  34. W11-2031 [bib]: Eliza Margaretha; David DeVault
    An Approach to the Automated Evaluation of Pipeline Architectures in Natural Language Dialogue Systems
  35. W11-2032 [bib]: Maxim Makatchev; Reid Simmons
    Perception of Personality and Naturalness through Dialogues by Native Speakers of American English and Arabic
  36. W11-2033 [bib]: Pierre Lison
    Multi-Policy Dialogue Management
  37. W11-2034 [bib]: Meghann Lomas; Ernest Cross; Jonathan Darvill; Robert Garrett; Michael Kopack; Kenneth Whitebread
    A Robotic World Model Framework Designed to Facilitate Human-robot Communication
  38. W11-2035 [bib]: Lin Chen; Anruo Wang; Barbara Di Eugenio
    Improving Pronominal and Deictic Co-Reference Resolution with Multi-Modal Features
  39. W11-2036 [bib]: Joanna Drummond; Diane Litman
    Examining the Impacts of Dialogue Content and System Automation on Affect Models in a Spoken Tutorial Dialogue System
  40. W11-2037 [bib]: Ron Artstein
    Error Return Plots
  41. W11-2038 [bib]: Rebecca J. Passonneau; Irene Alvarado; Phil Crone; Simon Jerome
    PARADISE-style Evaluation of a Human-Human Library Corpus
  42. W11-2039 [bib]: Lina Maria Rojas-Barahona; Matthieu Quignard
    An Incremental Architecture for the Semantic Annotation of Dialogue Corpora with High-Level Structures. A case of study for the MEDIA corpus.
  43. W11-2040 [bib]: Svetlana Stoyanchev; Paul Piwek
    The CODA System for Monologue-to-Dialogue Generation
  44. W11-2041 [bib]: Myroslava Dzikovska; Amy Isard; Peter Bell; Johanna Moore; Natalie Steinhauser; Gwendolyn Campbell
    Beetle II: an adaptable tutorial dialogue system
  45. W11-2042 [bib]: David Klotz; Johannes Wienke; Julia Peltason; Britta Wrede; Sebastian Wrede; Vasil Khalidov; Jean-Marc Odobez
    Engagement-based Multi-party Dialog with a Humanoid Robot
  46. W11-2043 [bib]: Hyungjong Noh; Kyusong Lee; Sungjin Lee; Gary Geunbae Lee
    POMY: A Conversational Virtual Environment for Language Learning in POSTECH
  47. W11-2044 [bib]: Sudeep Gandhe; Alysa Taylor; Jillian Gerten; David Traum
    Rapid Development of Advanced Question-Answering Characters by Non-experts
  48. W11-2045 [bib]: Andrei Popescu-Belis; Majid Yazdani; Alexandre Nanchen; Philip N. Garner
    A Just-in-Time Document Retrieval System for Dialogues or Monologues

2010

  1. Proceedings of the SIGDIAL 2010 Conference

  2. W10-43 [bib]: Entire Volume
  3. W10-4300 [bib]: Front Matter

  4. W10-4301 [bib]: Gabriel Skantze; Anna Hjalmarsson
    Towards Incremental Speech Generation in Dialogue Systems
  5. W10-4302 [bib]: Silvan Heintze; Timo Baumann; David Schlangen
    Comparing Local and Sequential Models for Statistical Incremental Natural Language Understanding
  6. W10-4303 [bib]: Marilyn Walker
    Dynamic Adaptation in Dialog Systems
  7. W10-4304 [bib]: Ryuichiro Higashinaka; Yasuhiro Minami; Kohji Dohsaka; Toyomi Meguro
    Modeling User Satisfaction Transitions in Dialogues from Overall Ratings
  8. W10-4305 [bib]: Jie Cai; Michael Strube
    Evaluation Metrics For End-to-End Coreference Resolution Systems
  9. W10-4306 [bib]: Neville Mehta; Rakesh Gupta; Antoine Raux; Deepak Ramachandran; Stefan Krawczyk
    Probabilistic Ontology Trees for Belief Tracking in Dialog Systems
  10. W10-4307 [bib]: Raúl Santos de la Cámara; Markku Turunen; Jaakko Hakulinen; Debora Field
    How was your day? An architecture for multimodal ECA systems
  11. W10-4308 [bib]: David Schlangen; Timo Baumann; Hendrik Buschmeier; Okko Buß; Stefan Kopp; Gabriel Skantze; Ramin Yaghoubzadeh
    Middleware for Incremental Processing in Conversational Agents
  12. W10-4309 [bib]: Hugo Hernault; Danushka Bollegala; Mitsuru Ishizuka
    Towards Semi-Supervised Classification of Discourse Relations using Feature Correlations
  13. W10-4310 [bib]: Annie Louis; Aravind Joshi; Rashmi Prasad; Ani Nenkova
    Using entity features to classify implicit discourse relations
  14. W10-4311 [bib]: Irina Borisova; Gisela Redeker
    Same and Elaboration Relations in the Discourse Graphbank
  15. W10-4312 [bib]: Luciana Benotti; Patrick Blackburn
    Negotiating causal implicatures
  16. W10-4313 [bib]: Philippe de Groote; Ekaterina Lebedeva
    Presupposition Accommodation as Exception Handling
  17. W10-4314 [bib]: Eun Y. Ha; Alok Baikadi; Carlyle Licata; Bradford Mott; James Lester
    Exploring the Effectiveness of Lexical Ontologies for Modeling Temporal Relations with Markov Logic
  18. W10-4315 [bib]: Alexandre Denis
    Reference reversibility with Reference Domain Theory
  19. W10-4316 [bib]: Jingjing Liu; Stephanie Seneff; Victor Zue
    Utilizing Review Summarization in a Spoken Recommendation System
  20. W10-4317 [bib]: Yushi Xu; Stephanie Seneff
    Dialogue Management Based on Entities and Constraints
  21. W10-4318 [bib]: Matthew Marge; João Miranda; Alan Black; Alexander Rudnicky
    Towards Improving the Naturalness of Social Conversations with Dialogue Systems
  22. W10-4319 [bib]: Theodora Koulouri; Stanislao Lauria
    Route Communication in Dialogue: a Matter of Principles
  23. W10-4320 [bib]: Vivien Mast; Jan Smeddinck; Anna Strotseva; Thora Tenbrink
    The Impact of Dimensionality on Natural Language Route Directions in Unconstrained Dialogue
  24. W10-4321 [bib]: Kallirroi Georgila; Maria Wolters; Johanna Moore
    Learning Dialogue Strategies from Older and Younger Simulated Users
  25. W10-4322 [bib]: Senthilkumar Chandramohan; Matthieu Geist; Olivier Pietquin
    Sparse Approximate Dynamic Programming for Dialog Management
  26. W10-4323 [bib]: Simon Keizer; Milica Gasic; Filip Jurcicek; Francois Mairesse; Blaise Thomson; Kai Yu; Steve Young
    Parameter estimation for agenda-based user simulation
  27. W10-4324 [bib]: Srinivasan Janarthanam; Oliver Lemon
    Adaptive Referring Expression Generation in Spoken Dialogue Systems: Evaluation with Real Users
  28. W10-4325 [bib]: Markus Egg
    A unified account of the semantics of discourse particles
  29. W10-4326 [bib]: Zhi Min Zhou; Man Lan; Zheng Yu Niu; Yu Xu; Jian Su
    The Effects of Discourse Connectives Prediction on Implicit Discourse Relation Recognition
  30. W10-4327 [bib]: Annie Louis; Aravind Joshi; Ani Nenkova
    Discourse indicators for content selection in summarization
  31. W10-4328 [bib]: Matthew Marge; Alexander Rudnicky
    Comparing Spoken Language Route Instructions for Robots across Environment Representations
  32. W10-4329 [bib]: Antoine Raux; Mikio Nakano
    The Dynamics of Action Corrections in Situated Interaction
  33. W10-4330 [bib]: Hiroshi Ishiguro
    Understanding Humans by Building Androids
  34. W10-4331 [bib]: Kotaro Funakoshi; Mikio Nakano; Kazuki Kobayashi; Takanori Komatsu; Seiji Yamada
    Non-humanlike Spoken Dialogue: A Design Perspective
  35. W10-4332 [bib]: Ghislain Putois; Romain Laroche; Philippe Bretier
    Enhanced Monitoring Tools and Online Dialogue Optimisation Merged into a New Spoken Dialogue System Design Experience
  36. W10-4333 [bib]: Jenny Brusk; Ron Artstein; David Traum
    Don't tell anyone! Two Experiments on Gossip Conversations
  37. W10-4334 [bib]: Milica Gasic; Filip Jurcicek; Simon Keizer; Francois Mairesse; Blaise Thomson; Kai Yu; Steve Young
    Gaussian Processes for Fast Policy Optimisation of POMDP-based Dialogue Managers
  38. W10-4335 [bib]: Yuki Kamiya; Tomohiro Ohno; Shigeki Matsubara
    Coherent Back-Channel Feedback Tagging of In-Car Spoken Dialogue Corpus
  39. W10-4336 [bib]: Paul A. Crook; Oliver Lemon
    Representing Uncertainty about Complex User Goals in Statistical Dialogue Systems
  40. W10-4337 [bib]: Sebastian Varges; Silvia Quarteroni; Giuseppe Riccardi; Alexei Ivanov
    Investigating Clarification Strategies in a Hybrid POMDP Dialog Manager
  41. W10-4338 [bib]: Meritxell González; Silvia Quarteroni; Giuseppe Riccardi; Sebastian Varges
    Cooperative User Models in Statistical Dialog Simulators
  42. W10-4339 [bib]: Teruhisa Misu; Komei Sugiura; Kiyonori Ohtake; Chiori Hori; Hideki Kashioka; Hisashi Kawai; Satoshi Nakamura
    Modeling Spoken Decision Making Dialogue and Optimization of its Dialogue Strategy
  43. W10-4340 [bib]: Anna Hjalmarsson
    The vocal intensity of turn-initial cue phrases in dialogue
  44. W10-4341 [bib]: Julia Peltason; Britta Wrede
    Pamini: A framework for assembling mixed-initiative human-robot interaction from generic interaction patterns
  45. W10-4342 [bib]: Okko Buß; Timo Baumann; David Schlangen
    Collaborating on Utterances with a Spoken Dialogue System Using an ISU-based Approach to Incremental Dialogue Management
  46. W10-4343 [bib]: Kallirroi Georgila; Ning Wang; Jonathan Gratch
    Cross-Domain Speech Disfluency Detection
  47. W10-4344 [bib]: Alicia Sagae; W. Lewis Johnson; Stephen Bodnar
    Validation of a Dialog System for Language Learners
  48. W10-4345 [bib]: Sudeep Gandhe; David Traum
    I've said it before, and I'll say it again: An empirical investigation of the upper bound of the selection approach to dialogue
  49. W10-4346 [bib]: Peter Heeman; Rebecca Lunsford; Ethan Selfridge; Lois Black; Jan van Santen
    Autism and Interactional Aspects of Dialogue
  50. W10-4347 [bib]: Matthew Frampton; Sandeep Sripada; Ricardo Augusto Hoffmann Bion; Stanley Peters
    Detection of time-pressure induced stress in speech via acoustic indicators
  51. W10-4348 [bib]: David Suendermann; Jackson Liscombe; Roberto Pieraccini
    How to Drink from a Fire Hose: One Person Can Annoscribe One Million Utterances in One Month
  52. W10-4349 [bib]: Alexander Schmitt; Wolfgang Minker; Nada Sharaf
    Advances in the Witchcraft Workbench Project
  53. W10-4350 [bib]: Marianne Laurent; Philippe Bretier
    MPOWERS: a Multi Points Of VieW Evaluation Refine Studio
  54. W10-4351 [bib]: David Griol; Zoraida Callejas; Ramón López-Cózar
    Statistical Dialog Management Methodologies for Real Applications
  55. W10-4352 [bib]: Seiji Takegata; Kumiko Tanaka-Ishii
    YouBot: A Simple Framework for Building Virtual Networking Agents
  56. W10-4353 [bib]: Marc Cavazza; Raúl Santos de la Cámara; Markku Turunen; José Relaño Gil; Jaakko Hakulinen; Nigel Crook; Debora Field
    How was your day? An Affective Companion ECA Prototype
  57. W10-4354 [bib]: Ramón López-Cózar; Jan Silovsky; David Griol
    $F^2$ - New Technique for Recognition of User Emotional States in Spoken Dialogue Systems
  58. W10-4355 [bib]: Kazunori Komatani; Hiroshi G. Okuno
    Online Error Detection of Barge-In Utterances by Using Individual Users' Utterance Histories in Spoken Dialogue System
  59. W10-4356 [bib]: Kristy Boyer; Eun Y. Ha; Robert Phillips; Michael Wallis; Mladen Vouk; James Lester
    Dialogue Act Modeling in a Complex Task-Oriented Domain
  60. W10-4357 [bib]: Tyler Baldwin; Joyce Chai; Katrin Kirchhoff
    Hand Gestures in Disambiguating Types of You Expressions in Multiparty Meetings
  61. W10-4358 [bib]: Kohji Dohsaka; Atsushi Kanemoto; Ryuichiro Higashinaka; Yasuhiro Minami; Eisaku Maeda
    User-adaptive Coordination of Agent Communicative Behavior in Spoken Dialogue
  62. W10-4359 [bib]: Manuel Kirschner; Raffaella Bernardi
    Towards an Empirically Motivated Typology of Follow-Up Questions: The Role of Dialogue Context
  63. W10-4360 [bib]: Saturnino Luz; Jing Su
    Assessing the effectiveness of conversational features for dialogue segmentation in medical team meetings and in the AMI corpus

2009

  1. Proceedings of the SIGDIAL 2009 Conference

  2. W09-39 [bib]: Entire Volume
  3. W09-3900 [bib]: Front Matter

  4. W09-3901 [bib]: Taghi Paksima; Kallirroi Georgila; Johanna Moore
    Evaluating the Effectiveness of Information Presentation in a Full End-To-End Dialogue System
  5. W09-3902 [bib]: David DeVault; Kenji Sagae; David Traum
    Can I Finish? Learning When to Respond to Incremental Interpretation Results in Interactive Dialogue
  6. W09-3903 [bib]: Harm op den Akker; Rieks op den Akker
    Are You Being Addressed? - Real-Time Addressee Detection to Support Remote Participants in Hybrid Meetings
  7. W09-3904 [bib]: Janet Bavelas
    What’s Unique About Dialogue?
  8. W09-3905 [bib]: David Schlangen; Timo Baumann; Michaela Atterer
    Incremental Reference Resolution: The Task, Metrics for Evaluation, and a Bayesian Filtering Model that is Sensitive to Disfluencies
  9. W09-3906 [bib]: Myroslava Dzikovska; Charles Callaway; Elaine Farrow; Johanna Moore; Natalie Steinhauser; Gwendolyn Campbell
    Dealing with Interpretation Errors in Tutorial Dialogue
  10. W09-3907 [bib]: Ingrid Zukerman; Patrick Ye; Kapil Kumar Gupta; Enes Makalic
    Towards the Interpretation of Utterance Sequences in a Dialogue System
  11. W09-3908 [bib]: John Niekrasz; Johanna Moore
    Participant Subjectivity and Involvement as a Basis for Discourse Segmentation
  12. W09-3909 [bib]: Maite Taboada; Julian Brooke; Manfred Stede
    Genre-Based Paragraph Classification for Sentiment Analysis
  13. W09-3910 [bib]: Satanjeev Banerjee; Alexander Rudnicky
    Detecting the Noteworthiness of Utterances in Human Meetings
  14. W09-3911 [bib]: Christine Howes; Patrick Healey; Gregory Mills
    A: An Experimental Investigation into... B: ...Split Utterances
  15. W09-3912 [bib]: Hannes Rieser; Massimo Poesio
    Interactive Gesture in Dialogue: a PTT Model
  16. W09-3913 [bib]: Iker Zulaica-Hernández; Javier Gutiérrez-Rexach
    Tense, Temporal Expressions and Demonstrative Licensing in Natural Discourse.
  17. W09-3914 [bib]: Caroline Clemens; Christoph Diekhaus
    Prosodic Turn-Yielding Cues With and Without Optical Feedback
  18. W09-3915 [bib]: Theodora Koulouri; Stanislao Lauria
    Exploring Miscommunication and Collaborative Behaviour in Human-Robot Interaction
  19. W09-3916 [bib]: Srinivasan Janarthanam; Oliver Lemon
    A Two-Tier User Simulation Model for Reinforcement Learning of Adaptive Referring Expression Generation Policies
  20. W09-3917 [bib]: Toyomi Meguro; Ryuichiro Higashinaka; Kohji Dohsaka; Yasuhiro Minami; Hideki Isozaki
    Analysis of Listening-Oriented Dialogue for Building Listening Agents
  21. W09-3918 [bib]: Alexander Schmitt; Tobias Heinroth; Jackson Liscombe
    On NoMatchs, NoInputs and BargeIns: Do Non-Acoustic Features Support Anger Detection?
  22. W09-3919 [bib]: Jason Williams; Suhrid Balakrishnan
    Estimating Probability of Correctness for ASR N-Best Lists
  23. W09-3920 [bib]: Marie-Catherine de Marneffe; Scott Grimm; Christopher Potts
    Not a Simple Yes or No: Uncertainty in Indirect Answers
  24. W09-3921 [bib]: Svetlana Stoyanchev; Amanda Stent
    Concept Form Adaptation in Human-Computer Dialog
  25. W09-3922 [bib]: Helen Hastie; Xingkun Liu; Oliver Lemon
    Automatic Generation of Information State Update Dialogue Systems that Dynamically Create Voice XML, as Demonstrated on the iPhone
  26. W09-3923 [bib]: Rajesh Balchandran; Leonid Rachevsky; Larry Sansone; Roberto Sicconi
    Dialog System for Mixed Initiative One-Turn Address Entry and Error Recovery
  27. W09-3924 [bib]: Sebastian Varges; Silvia Quarteroni; Giuseppe Riccardi; Alexei Ivanov; Pierluigi Roberti
    Leveraging POMDPs Trained with User Simulations and Rule-based Dialogue Management in a Spoken Dialogue System
  28. W09-3925 [bib]: Luis Fernando D’Haro; Ricardo de Cordoba; Juan Manuel Lucas; Roberto Barra-Chicote; Ruben San-Segundo
    Speeding Up the Design of Dialogue Applications by Using Database Contents and Structure Information
  29. W09-3926 [bib]: Klaus-Peter Engelbrecht; Florian Gödde; Felix Hartard; Hamed Ketabdar; Sebastian Möller
    Modeling User Satisfaction with Hidden Markov Models
  30. W09-3927 [bib]: Mihai Rotaru; Diane Litman
    Discourse Structure and Performance Analysis: Beyond the Correlation
  31. W09-3928 [bib]: Shaolin Qu; Joyce Chai
    The Role of Interactivity in Human-Machine Conversation for Automatic Word Acquisition
  32. W09-3929 [bib]: Luciana Benotti
    Clarification Potential of Instructions
  33. W09-3930 [bib]: Chen Zhang; Joyce Chai
    What do We Know about Conversation Participants: Experiments on Conversation Entailment
  34. W09-3931 [bib]: Yorick Wilks
    Artificial Companions as Dialogue Agents
  35. W09-3932 [bib]: Kohji Dohsaka; Ryota Asai; Ryuichiro Higashinaka; Yasuhiro Minami; Eisaku Maeda
    Effects of Conversational Agents on Human Communication in Thought-Evoking Multi-Party Dialogues
  36. W09-3933 [bib]: Dan Bohus; Eric Horvitz
    Models for Multiparty Engagement in Open-World Dialog
  37. W09-3934 [bib]: Trung Bui; Matthew Frampton; John Dowding; Stanley Peters
    Extracting Decisions from Multi-Party Dialogue Using Directed Graphical Models and Semantic Similarity
  38. W09-3935 [bib]: Dan Bohus; Eric Horvitz
    Learning to Predict Engagement with a Spoken Dialog System in Open-World Settings
  39. W09-3936 [bib]: Agustín Gravano; Julia Hirschberg
    Turn-Yielding Cues in Task-Oriented Dialogue
  40. W09-3937 [bib]: Matthew Purver; Christine Howes; Eleni Gregoromichelaki; Patrick Healey
    Split Utterances in Dialogue: a Corpus Study
  41. W09-3938 [bib]: Fabrice Lefèvre; Milica Gašić; Filip Jurčíček; Simon Keizer; François Mairesse; Blaise Thomson; Kai Yu; Steve Young
    k-Nearest Neighbor Monte-Carlo Control Algorithm for POMDP-Based Dialogue Systems
  42. W09-3939 [bib]: Giang Linh Nguy; Václav Novák; Zdeněk Žabokrtský
    Comparison of Classification and Ranking Approaches to Pronominal Anaphora Resolution in Czech
  43. W09-3940 [bib]: Diane Litman; Kate Forbes-Riley
    Spoken Tutorial Dialogue and the Feeling of Another’s Knowing
  44. W09-3941 [bib]: Amanda Stent; Martin Molina
    Evaluating Automatic Extraction of Rules for Sentence Plan Construction
  45. W09-3942 [bib]: Joakim Gustafson; Miray Merkes
    Eliciting Interactional Phenomena in Human-Human Dialogues
  46. W09-3943 [bib]: Titus von der Malsburg; Timo Baumann; David Schlangen
    TELIDA: A Package for Manipulation and Visualization of Timed Linguistic Data
  47. W09-3944 [bib]: Matthew Purver; Raquel Fernández; Matthew Frampton; Stanley Peters
    Cascaded Lexicalised Classifiers for Second-Person Reference Resolution
  48. W09-3945 [bib]: Gabriel Skantze; Joakim Gustafson
    Attention and Interaction Control in a Human-Human-Computer Dialogue Setting
  49. W09-3946 [bib]: Kazunori Komatani; Satoshi Ikeda; Yuichiro Fukubayashi; Tetsuya Ogata; Hiroshi Okuno
    Ranking Help Message Candidates Based on Robust Grammar Verification Results and Utterance History in Spoken Dialogue Systems
  50. W09-3947 [bib]: Jessica Villing
    Dialogue Behaviour under High Cognitive Load
  51. W09-3948 [bib]: David Griol; Zoraida Callejas; Ramón López-Cózar
    A Comparison between Dialog Corpora Acquired with Real and Simulated Users
  52. W09-3949 [bib]: Ramon Granell; Stephen Pulman; Carlos-D. Martínez-Hinarejos
    Simultaneous Dialogue Act Segmentation and Labelling using Lexical and Syntactic Features
  53. W09-3950 [bib]: Alan Black; Maxine Eskenazi
    The Spoken Dialogue Challenge
  54. W09-3951 [bib]: Nigel Crook; Ramon Granell; Stephen Pulman
    Unsupervised Classification of Dialogue Acts using a Dirichlet Process Mixture Model
  55. W09-3952 [bib]: David Suendermann; Jackson Liscombe; Krishna Dayanidhi; Roberto Pieraccini
    A Handsome Set of Metrics to Measure Utterance Classification Performance in Spoken Dialog Systems
  56. W09-3953 [bib]: Jun Hu; Rebecca Passonneau; Owen Rambow
    Contrasting the Interaction Structure of an Email and a Telephone Corpus: A Machine Learning Approach to Annotation of Dialogue Function Units

2008

  1. Proceedings of the 9th SIGdial Workshop on Discourse and Dialogue

  2. W08-01 [bib]: Entire Volume
  3. W08-0100 [bib]: Front Matter

  4. W08-0101 [bib]: Antoine Raux; Maxine Eskenazi
    Optimizing Endpointing Thresholds using Dialogue Features in a Spoken Dialogue System
  5. W08-0102 [bib]: Alexander Gruenstein
    Response-Based Confidence Annotation for Spoken Dialogue Systems
  6. W08-0103 [bib]: Dan Bohus; Xiao Li; Patrick Nguyen; Geoffrey Zweig
    Learning N-Best Correction Models from Implicit User Feedback in a Multi-Modal Local Search Application
  7. W08-0104 [bib]: Alex Lascarides; Nicholas Asher
    Agreement and Disputes in Dialogue
  8. W08-0105 [bib]: Rachel Baker; Alastair Gill; Justine Cassell
    Reactive Redundancy and Listener Comprehension in Direction-Giving
  9. W08-0106 [bib]: Gregory Mills; Pat Healey
    Semantic negotiation in dialogue: the mechanisms of alignment
  10. W08-0107 [bib]: Antonio Roque; David Traum
    Degrees of Grounding Based on Evidence of Understanding
  11. W08-0108 [bib]: Tim Paek; Sudeep Gandhe; Max Chickering
    Rapidly Deploying Grammar-Based Speech Applications with Active Learning and Back-off Grammars
  12. W08-0109 [bib]: Sebastian Varges; Giuseppe Riccardi; Silvia Quarteroni
    Persistent Information State in a Data-Centric Architecture
  13. W08-0110 [bib]: Anna Hjalmarsson
    Speaking without knowing what to say... or when to end
  14. W08-0111 [bib]: Crystal Nakatsu
    Learning Contrastive Connectives in Sentence Realization Ranking
  15. W08-0112 [bib]: Fei Liu; Yang Liu
    What Are Meeting Summaries? An Analysis of Human Extractive Summaries in Meeting Corpus
  16. W08-0113 [bib]: Alexander Siebert; David Schlangen
    A Simple Method for Resolution of Definite Reference in a Shared Visual Context
  17. W08-0114 [bib]: Mikio Nakano; Kotaro Funakoshi; Yuji Hasegawa; Hiroshi Tsujino
    A Framework for Building Conversational Agents Based on a Multi-Expert Model
  18. W08-0115 [bib]: Stefan Hamerich
    From GEMINI to DiaGen: Improving Development of Speech Dialogues for Embedded Systems
  19. W08-0116 [bib]: Marcus Colman; Arash Eshghi; Pat Healey
    Quantifying Ellipsis in Dialogue: an index of mutual understanding
  20. W08-0117 [bib]: Yasuhiro Katagiri; Yosuke Matsusaka; Yasuharu Den; Mika Enomoto; Masato Ishizaki; Katsuya Takanashi
    Implicit Proposal Filtering in Multi-Party Consensus-Building Conversations
  21. W08-0118 [bib]: Zhifei Li; Patrick Nguyen; Geoffrey Zweig
    Optimal Dialog in Consumer-Rating Systems using POMDP Framework
  22. W08-0119 [bib]: Milica Gašić; Simon Keizer; Francois Mairesse; Jost Schatzmann; Blaise Thomson; Kai Yu; Steve Young
    Training and Evaluation of the HIS POMDP Dialogue System in Noise
  23. W08-0120 [bib]: Kyungduk Kim; Cheongjae Lee; Sangkeun Jung; Gary Geunbae Lee
    A Frame-Based Probabilistic Framework for Spoken Dialog Management Using Dialog Examples
  24. W08-0121 [bib]: Julia Hirschberg
    Speaking More Like You: Lexical, Acoustic/Prosodic, and Discourse Entrainment in Spoken Dialogue Systems
  25. W08-0122 [bib]: Swapna Somasundaran; Josef Ruppenhofer; Janyce Wiebe
    Discourse Level Opinion Relations: An Annotation Study
  26. W08-0123 [bib]: Pierre Andrews; Suresh Manandhar; Marco De Boni
    Argumentative Human Computer Dialogue for Automated Persuasion
  27. W08-0124 [bib]: Kornel Laskowski; Mari Ostendorf; Tanja Schultz
    Modeling Vocal Interaction for Text-Independent Participant Characterization in Multi-Party Conversation
  28. W08-0125 [bib]: Raquel Fernández; Matthew Frampton; Patrick Ehlen; Matthew Purver; Stanley Peters
    Modelling and Detecting Decisions in Multi-party Dialogue
  29. W08-0126 [bib]: Hua Ai; Fuliang Weng
    User Simulation as Testing for Spoken Dialog Systems
  30. W08-0127 [bib]: Sudeep Gandhe; David Traum
    Evaluation Understudy for Dialogue Coherence Models
  31. W08-0128 [bib]: Sebastian Möller; Nigel Ward
    A Framework for Model-based Evaluation of Spoken Dialog Systems
  32. W08-0129 [bib]: Ivana Kruijff-Korbayova; Olga Kukina
    The Effect of Dialogue System Output Style Variation on Users' Evaluation Judgments and Input Style
  33. W08-0130 [bib]: David DeVault; David Traum; Ron Artstein
    Making Grammar-Based Generation Easier to Deploy in Dialogue Systems

2006

  1. Proceedings of the 7th SIGdial Workshop on Discourse and Dialogue

  2. W06-13 [bib]: Entire Volume
  3. W06-1300 [bib]: Front Matter

  4. W06-1301 [bib]: Alexander Hof; Eli Hagen; Alexander Huber
    Adaptive Help for Speech Dialogue Systems Based on Learning and Forgetting of Speech Commands
  5. W06-1302 [bib]: Kazunori Komatani; Naoyuki Kanda; Mikio Nakano; Kazuhiro Nakadai; Hiroshi Tsujino; Tetsuya Ogata; Hiroshi G. Okuno
    Multi-Domain Spoken Dialogue System with Extensibility and Robustness against Speech Recognition Errors
  6. W06-1303 [bib]: Anton Leuski; Ronakkumar Patel; David Traum; Brandon Kennedy
    Building Effective Question Answering Characters
  7. W06-1304 [bib]: Sebastian Varges; Fuliang Weng; Heather Pon-Barry
    Interactive Question Answering and Constraint Relaxation in Spoken Dialogue Systems
  8. W06-1305 [bib]: Jonathan Ginzburg
    Content Recognition in Dialogue
  9. W06-1306 [bib]: Simon Keizer; Harry Bunt
    Multidimensional Dialogue Management
  10. W06-1307 [bib]: Yafa Al-Raheb
    DRT Representation of Degrees of Belief
  11. W06-1308 [bib]: Alexandre Denis; Guillaume Pitel; Matthieu Quignard
    Resolution of Referents Groupings in Practical Dialogues
  12. W06-1309 [bib]: Bernd Ludwig
    Tracing Actions Helps in Understanding Interactions
  13. W06-1310 [bib]: Yafa Al-Raheb
    Semantic and Pragmatic Presupposition in Discourse Representation Theory
  14. W06-1311 [bib]: R. Vieira; E. Bick; J. Coelho; V. Muller; S. Collovini; J. Souza; L. Rino
    Semantic tagging for resolution of indirect anaphora
  15. W06-1312 [bib]: Simone Teufel; Advaith Siddharthan; Dan Tidhar
    An annotation scheme for citation function
  16. W06-1313 [bib]: Antonio Roque; David Traum
    An Information State-Based Dialogue Manager for Call for Fire Dialogues
  17. W06-1314 [bib]: William Morgan; Pi-Chuan Chang; Surabhi Gupta; Jason M. Brenier
    Automatically Detecting Action Items in Audio Meeting Recordings
  18. W06-1315 [bib]: T. Daniel Midgley; Shelly Harrison; Cara MacNish
    Empirical Verification of Adjacency Pairs Using Dialogue Segmentation
  19. W06-1316 [bib]: Masahiro Araki; Kenji Tachibana
    Multimodal Dialog Description Language for Rapid System Development
  20. W06-1317 [bib]: Ben Wellner; James Pustejovsky; Catherine Havasi; Anna Rumshisky; Roser Saurí
    Classification of Discourse Coherence Relations: An Exploratory Study using Multiple Knowledge Sources
  21. W06-1318 [bib]: Jeroen Geertzen; Harry Bunt
    Measuring annotator agreement in a complex hierarchical dialogue act annotation scheme
  22. W06-1319 [bib]: Ingrid Zukerman; Michael Niemann; Sarah George
    Balancing Conflicting Factors in Argument Interpretation
  23. W06-1320 [bib]: Maria Georgescul; Alexander Clark; Susan Armstrong
    An Analysis of Quantitative Aspects in the Evaluation of Thematic Segmentation Algorithms
  24. W06-1321 [bib]: Diane J. Litman
    Discourse and Dialogue Processing in Spoken Intelligent Tutoring Systems
  25. W06-1322 [bib]: Shuyin Li; Britta Wrede; Gerhard Sagerer
    A computational model of multi-modal grounding for human robot interaction
  26. W06-1323 [bib]: Ryoko Tokuhisa; Ryuta Terashima
    Relationship between Utterances and "Enthusiasm" in Non-task-oriented Conversational Dialogue

2004

  1. Proceedings of the 5th SIGdial Workshop on Discourse and Dialogue at HLT-NAACL 2004

  2. W04-2300: Front Matter

  3. W04-2301 [bib]: Curry Guinn; Robert Hubal; Geoffrey Frank; Henry Schwetzke; James Zimmer; Sarah Backus; Robin Deterding; Michael Link; Polly Armsby; Rachel Caspar; Laura Flicker; Wendy Visscher; Amanda Meehan; Harvey Zelon
    Usability and Acceptability Studies of Conversational Virtual Human Technology
  4. W04-2302 [bib]: Nathanael Chambers; James Allen
    Stochastic Language Generation in a Dialogue System: Toward a Domain Independent Generator
  5. W04-2303 [bib]: Kerry Robinson; David Horowitz; Emilio Bobadilla; Mark Lascelles; Ana Suarez
    Conversational Dialogue Management in the FASiL project
  6. W04-2304 [bib]: Joakim Gustafson; Linda Bell; Johan Boye; Anders Lindström; Mats Wirén
    The NICE Fairy-tale Game System
  7. W04-2305 [bib]: Malte Gabsdil
    Combining Acoustic Confidences and Pragmatic Plausibility for Classifying Spoken Chess Move Instructions
  8. W04-2306 [bib]: Stefan Hamerich; Volker Schubert; Volker Schless; Ricardo de Córdoba; José M. Pardo; Luis F. d'Haro; Basilis Kladis; Otilia Kocsis; Stefan Igel
    Semi-Automatic Generation of Dialogue Applications in the GEMINI Project
  9. W04-2307 [bib]: Dimitra Tsovaltzi; Elena Karagjosova
    A View on Dialogue Move Taxonomies for Tutorial Dialogues
  10. W04-2308 [bib]: Olga Gerassimenko; Tiit Hennoste; Mare Koit; Andriela Rääbis
    Other-Initiated Self-Repairs in Estonian Information Dialogues: Solving Communication Problems in Cooperation
  11. W04-2309 [bib]: Kavita Thomas
    But What Do They Mean? An Exploration Into the Range of Cross-Turn Expectations Denied by "But"
  12. W04-2310 [bib]: Prateek Jain; Manav Ratan Mital; Sumit Kumar; Amitabha Mukerjee; Achla M. Raina
    Anaphora Resolution in Multi-Person Dialogues
  13. W04-2311 [bib]: Cassandre Cresswell; Elsi Kaiser
    The Importance of Discourse Context for Statistical Natural Language Generation
  14. W04-2312 [bib]: Berenike Loos; Robert Porzel
    Resolution of Lexical Ambiguities in Spoken Dialogue System
  15. W04-2313 [bib]: Sandrine Zufferey; Andrei Popescu-Belis
    Towards Automatic Identification of Discourse Markers in Dialogs: The Case of Like
  16. W04-2314 [bib]: Guiseppe Di Fabbrizio; Gokhan Tur; Dilek Hakkani-Tür
    Bootstrapping Spoken Dialog Systems with Data Reuse
  17. W04-2315 [bib]: Stefanie Tomko; Roni Rosenfeld
    Speech Graffiti Habitability: What Do Users Really Say?
  18. W04-2316 [bib]: Karen Ward; Tasha Hollingsed; Javier A. Aldaz Salmon
    Acknowledgment Use with Synthesized and Recorded Prompts
  19. W04-2317 [bib]: Natasa Jovanovic; Rieks op den Akker
    Towards Automatic Addressee Identification in Multi-party Dialogues
  20. W04-2318 [bib]: Gina-Anne Levow
    Prosodic Cues to Discourse Segment Boundaries in Human-Computer Dialogue
  21. W04-2319 [bib]: Elizabeth Shriberg; Raj Dhillon; Sonali Bhagat; Jeremy Ang; Hannah Carvey
    The ICSI Meeting Recorder Dialog Act (MRDA) Corpus
  22. W04-2320 [bib]: Justine Cassell
    Dialogue Systems that Can Handle Face-to-Face Joint Reference to Actions in Space
  23. W04-2321 [bib]: Christian Raymond; Frédéric Béchet; Renato De Mori; Géraldine Damnati
    On the Use of Confidence for Statistical Decision in Dialogue Strategies
  24. W04-2322 [bib]: Livia Polanyi; Chris Culy; Martin van den Berg; Gian Lorenzo Thione; David Ahn
    A Rule Based Approach to Discourse Parsing
  25. W04-2323 [bib]: Marco Carbone; Ya'akov Gal; Stuart Shieber; Barbara Grosz
    Unifying Annotated Discourse Hierarchies to Create a Gold Standard
  26. W04-2324 [bib]: Laurence Danlos
    Discourse Dependency Structures as Constrained DAGs
  27. W04-2325 [bib]: David Schlangen
    Causes and Strategies for Requesting Clarification in Dialogue
  28. W04-2326 [bib]: Diane J. Litman; Kate Forbes-Riley
    Annotating Student Emotional States in Spoken Tutoring Dialogues
  29. W04-2327 [bib]: Massimo Poesio
    The MATE/GNOME Proposals for Anaphoric Annotation, Revisited
  30. W04-2328 [bib]: Alexander Clark; Andrei Popescu-Belis
    Multi-level Dialogue Act Tags

2003

  1. Proceedings of the Fourth SIGdial Workshop of Discourse and Dialogue

  2. W03-2100: Front Matter

  3. W03-2101 [bib]: Sandra Carberry; Stephanie Elzer; Nancy Green; Kathleen McCoy; Daniel Chester
    Understanding Information Graphics: A Discourse-Level Problem
  4. W03-2102 [bib]: Theresa Wilson; Janyce Wiebe
    Annotating Opinions in the World Press
  5. W03-2103 [bib]: Matthew Purver; Patrick G.T. Healey; James King; Jonathan Ginzburg; Greg J. Mills
    Answering Clarification Questions
  6. W03-2104 [bib]: Sarah George; Ingrid Zukerman
    An Information-theoretic Approach for Argument Interpretation
  7. W03-2105 [bib]: Yukiko Kawaguchi
    Conversational inferences: the hard way and the easy way
  8. W03-2106 [bib]: David Schlangen; Alex Lascarides
    The interpretation of non-sentential utterances in dialogue
  9. W03-2107 [bib]: Kazunori Komatani; Fumihiro Adachi; Shinichi Ueno; Tatsuya Kawahara; Hiroshi G. Okuno
    Flexible Spoken Dialogue System based on User Models and Dynamic Generation of VoiceXML Scripts
  10. W03-2108 [bib]: Kanayo Ogura; Takeshi Masuda; Masato Ishizaki
    Building a New Internet Chat System for Sharing Timing Information
  11. W03-2109 [bib]: Masamitsu Umeda; Satoru Kogure; Seiichi Nakagawa
    Interpreter for Highly Portable Spoken Dialogue System
  12. W03-2110 [bib]: Dominique Estival; Michael Broughton; Andrew Zschorn; Elizabeth Pronger
    Spoken Dialogue for Virtual Advisers in a semi-immersive Command and Control environment
  13. W03-2111 [bib]: Jason D. Williams; Steve Young
    Using Wizard-of-Oz simulations to bootstrap Reinforcement - Learning based dialog management systems
  14. W03-2112 [bib]: Hiroya Murao; Nobuo Kawaguchi; Shigeki Matsubara; Yukiko Yamaguchi; Yasuyoshi Inagaki
    Example-based Spoken Dialogue System using WOZ System Log
  15. W03-2113 [bib]: Annika Flycht-Eriksson; Arne Jönsson
    Some empirical findings on dialogue management and domain ontologies in dialogue systems - Implications from an evaluation of BirdQuest
  16. W03-2114 [bib]: Oliver Lemon; Lawrence Cavedon; Barbara Kelly
    Managing Dialogue Interaction: A Multi-Layered Approach
  17. W03-2115 [bib]: Robert Porzel; Iryna Gurevych; Christof E. Müller
    Ontology-based Contextual Coherence Scoring
  18. W03-2116 [bib]: Kazunari Ito; Hiroaki Saito
    An Annotation Tool for Multimodal Dialogue Corpora using Global Document Annotation
  19. W03-2117 [bib]: Christoph Müller; Michael Strube
    Multi-Level Annotation in MMAX
  20. W03-2118 [bib]: Lori Levin; Chad Langley; Alon Lavie; Donna Gates; Dorcas Wallace; Kay Peterson
    Domain Specific Speech Acts for Spoken Language Translation
  21. W03-2119 [bib]: Atsue Takeoka; Atsushi Shimojima; Yasuhiro Katagiri
    Turn-taking in Graphical Communication: an exploratory study
  22. W03-2120 [bib]: Constantin Orăsan
    PALinkA: A highly customisable tool for discourse annotation
  23. W03-2121 [bib]: Samson de Jager; Nick Wright; Alistair Knott
    Speaker-independent context update rules for dialogue management
  24. W03-2122 [bib]: Naoto Iwahashi
    A Method for Forming Mutual Beliefs for Communication through Human-robot Multi-modal Interaction
  25. W03-2123 [bib]: Johan Bos; Ewan Klein; Oliver Lemon; Tetsushi Oka
    DIPPER: Description and Formalisation of an Information-State Update Dialogue System Architecture
  26. W03-2124 [bib]: Gina-Anne Levow
    Learning to Speak to a Spoken Language System: Vocabulary Convergence in Novice Users
  27. W03-2125 [bib]: Gregory Aist; Manny Rayner; John Dowding; Beth Ann Hockey; Susana Early; Jim Hieronymus
    A procedure assistant for astronauts in a functional programming architecture, with step previewing and spoken correction of dialogue moves
  28. W03-2126 [bib]: Hong-I Ng; Kim-Teng Lua
    Dialog Input Ranking in a Multi-Domain Environment Using Transferable Belief Model
  29. W03-2127 [bib]: Richard Craggs; Mary McGee Wood
    Annotating emotion in dialogue
  30. W03-2128 [bib]: Tiit Hennoste; Mare Koit; Andriela Rääbis; Krista Strandson; Maret Valdisoo; Evely Vutt
    Developing a Typology of Dialogue Acts: Some Boundary Problems
  31. Proceedings of the 2003 EACL Workshop on Dialogue Systems: interaction, adaptation and styes of management

  32. W03-2700: Front Matter

  33. W03-2701: Kristiina Jokinen; Björn Gämback; William Black; Roberta Catizone; Yorick Wilks
    Introduction: Dialogue Systems: Interaction, Adaptation and Styles of Management
  34. W03-2702: John A. Bateman; Kerstin Fischer; Thora Tenbrink
    Why a Static Interpretation Is Not Sufficient in Spatial Communication
  35. W03-2703: William Black; Paul Thompson; Adam Funk; Andrew Conroy
    Learning to Classify Utterances in a Task-Oriented Dialogue
  36. W03-2704: Péter Boda; Suresh Chaude; Elvira Hartikainen; Nidhi Gupta; Sirpa Autere
    Flexibility and Efficiency through Persoonalisation? Experiments with a conversational Program Guide Information System
  37. W03-2705: Roberta Catizone; Andrea Setzer; Yorick Wilks
    Multimodal Dialogue Management in the COMIC Project
  38. W03-2706: Matthias Denecke
    Policies and Procedure for Spoken Dialogue Systems
  39. W03-2707: Armin Fiedler; Dimitra Tsovaltzi
    Automating Hinting in Mathematical Tutorial Dialogue
  40. W03-2708: Antti Kerminen; Kristiina Jokinen
    Distributed Dialogue Management in a Blackboard Architecture
  41. W03-2709: Oliver Lemon; Lawrence Cavedon
    Multi-Level Architecture for Natural Activity-Oriented Dialogue
  42. W03-2710: Piroska Lendvai; Antal van den Bosch ; Emiel Krahmer
    Machine Learning for Shallow Interpretation of User Utterances in Spoken Dialogue Systems
  43. W03-2711: Kunio Matsui; Hozumi Tanaka
    The Interactive Navigation to the Stored Q&A data using Simple Questions
  44. W03-2712: Bryan McEleney; Gregory O'Hare
    An Agent Design for Effective Negotiation Dialogues
  45. W03-2713: Botond Pakucs
    SesaME: A Framework for Personalised and Adaptive Speech Interfaces
  46. W03-2714: Allan Ramsay; Helen Gaylard
    A Constructive View of Discourse Operators
  47. W03-2715: Christophe Dupriez; Mélanie Roland
    Generic Dialogue Structure for Vocal Access to Indexed Databases
  48. W03-2716: Author Index

2002

  1. ITS 2002 Workshop on Empirical Methods for Tutorial Dialogue Systems (San Sebastian, Spain)

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  2. ISCA Tutorial and Research Workshop (ITRW) on Multi-Modal Dialogue in Mobile Environments (IDS 2002) (Kloster Irsee, Germany)

  3. Proceedings of the Third SIGdial Workshop on Discourse and Dialogue

  4. W02-0200: Front Matter

  5. W02-0201 [bib]: Nate Blaylock; James Allen; George Ferguson
    Synchronization in an Asynchronous Agent-based architecture for Dialogue Systems
  6. W02-0202 [bib]: Shiao Ying; Sharon Chu
    The Prosodic Transcription of a Corpus of Hong Kong English - Collection Criteria,Transcription System and Preliminary Findings
  7. W02-0203 [bib]: Raquel Fernandez; Jonathan Ginzburg
    Non-Sentential Utterances in Dialogue: A: Corpus-Based Study
  8. W02-0204 [bib]: Kate Forbes; Bonnie Webber
    A Semantic Account of Adverbials as Discourse Connectives
  9. W02-0205 [bib]: Michael Glass; Barbara Di Eugenio
    MUP - The UIC Standoff Markup Tool
  10. W02-0206 [bib]: Nancy Green
    An Experiment to evaluate the effectiveness of cross-media cues in computer media
  11. W02-0207 [bib]: Iryna Gurevych; Robert Porzel; Michael Strube
    Annotating the Semantic Consistency of Speech Recognition Hypotheses
  12. W02-0208 [bib]: Peter A. Heeman; Fan Yang; Susan E. Strayer
    DialogueView - An Annotation Tool for Dialogue
  13. W02-0209 [bib]: Judith Hochberg; Nanda Kambhatla; Salim Roukos
    A Flexible Framework for Developing Mixed-Initiative Dialog Systems
  14. W02-0210 [bib]: Kristiina Jokinen; Antti Kerminen; Tommi Lagus; Jukka Kuusisto; Graham Wilcock; Markku Turunen; Jaakko Hakulinen; Krista Jauhiainen
    Adaptive Dialogue Systems - Interaction with Interact
  15. W02-0211 [bib]: Pamela W. Jordan; Kurt VanLehn
    Discourse Processing for Explanatory Essays in Tutorial Applications
  16. W02-0212 [bib]: Elena Karagjosova; Ivana Kruijff-Korbayova
    Conditional responses in information-seeking dialogues
  17. W02-0213 [bib]: Simon Keizer; Rieks op den Akker; Anton Nijholt
    Dialogue Act Recognition with Bayesian Networks for Dutch Dialogues
  18. W02-0214 [bib]: Krista Lagus; Jukka Kuusisto
    Topic Identification in Natural Language Dialogues Using Neural Networks
  19. W02-0215 [bib]: Staffan Larsson
    Issues under negotiation
  20. W02-0216 [bib]: Oliver Lemon; Alexander Gruenstein; Alexis Battle; Stanley Peters
    Multi-tasking and Collaborative Activities in Dialogue Systems
  21. W02-0217 [bib]: Oliver Lemon; Prashant Parikh; Stanley Peters
    Probabilistic Dialogue Modelling
  22. W02-0218 [bib]: William Mann
    Dialogue Macrogame Theory
  23. W02-0219 [bib]: Sebastian Möller
    A new Taxonomy for the Quality of Telephone Services Based on Spoken Dialogue Systems
  24. W02-0220 [bib]: Robert Porzel; Iryna Gurevych
    Towards Context-adaptive Utterance Interpretation
  25. W02-0221 [bib]: Rashmi Prasad; Marilyn Walker
    Training a Dialogue Act Tagger for Human-human and Human-computer Travel dialogues
  26. W02-0222 [bib]: Matthew Purver
    Processing Unknown Words in a Dialogue System
  27. W02-0223 [bib]: Ronnie Smith; Brian Manning; Jon Rogers; Brian Adams; Mujibur Abdul; Amaury Alvarez
    A Dialog Architecture for Military Story Capture
  28. W02-0224 [bib]: Atsue Takeoka; Atsushi Shimojima
    Grounding styles of aged dyads - an exploratory study
  29. W02-0225 [bib]: Mary McGee Wood; Richard Craggs; Ian Fletcher; Peter Maguire
    Rare Dialogue Acts in Oncology Consultations
  30. W02-0226 [bib]: Weiqun Xu; Bo Xu; Taiyi Huang; Hairong Xia
    Bridging the Gap between Dialogue management and dialogue models
  31. W02-0227 [bib]: Ingrid Zukerman; Sarah George
    A Minimum Message Length Approach for Argument Interpretation
  32. EDILOG 2002: Sixth Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue (Edinburgh, Scotland)

2001

  1. Proceedings of the Second SIGdial Workshop on Discourse and Dialogue

  2. W01-1601: Jens Allwood; Leif Groenqvist; Elisabeth Ahlsen; Magnus Gunnarsson
    Annotations and Tools for an Activity Based Spoken Language Corpus
  3. W01-1602: Hiyan Alshawi; Shona Douglas
    Variant Transduction: A Method for Rapid Development of Interactive Spoken Interfaces
  4. W01-1603: Masahiro Araki; Yukihiko Kimura; Takuya Nishimoto; Yasuhisa Niimi
    Development of a Machine Learnable Discourse Tagging Tool
  5. W01-1604: Peter Bosch
    Against the Identification of Anaphora and Presupposition
  6. W01-1605: Lynn Carlson; Daniel Marcu; Mary Ellen Okurovsky
    Building a Discourse-Tagged Corpus in the Framework of Rhetorical Structure Theory
  7. W01-1606: Marc Cavazza
    An Empirical Study of Speech Recognition Errors in a Task-Oriented Dialogue System
  8. W01-1607: Christine Doran; John Aberdeen; Laurie Damianos; Lynette Hirschman
    Comparing Several Aspects of Human-Computer and Human-Human Dialogues
  9. W01-1608: Christian Ebert; Shalom Lappin; Howard Gregory; Nicolas Nicolov
    Generating Full Paraphrases of Fragments in a Dialogue Interpretation System
  10. W01-1609: John Fry; Matt Ginzton; Stanley Peters; Brady Clark; Heather Pon-Barry
    Automated Tutoring Dialogues for Training in Shipboard Damage Control
  11. W01-1610: Julia Hirschberg; Marc Swerts; Diane Litman
    Labeling Corrections and Aware Sites in Spoken Dialogue Systems
  12. W01-1611: Kristiina Jokinen; Graham Wilcock
    Confidence-Based Adaptivity in Response Generation for a Spoken Dialogue System
  13. W01-1612: Christoph Mueller; Michael Strube
    Annotating Anaphoric and Bridging Relations with MMAX
  14. W01-1613: Kathleen Murray
    A Study of Automatic Pitch Tracker Doubling/Halving "Errors"
  15. W01-1614: Tim Paek
    Empirical Methods for Evaluating Dialog Systems
  16. W01-1615: Michael Paul; Eiichiro Sumita
    Integration of Referential Scope Limitations into Japanese Pronoun Resolution
  17. W01-1616: Matthew Purver; Jonathan Ginzburg; Patrick Healey
    On the Means for Clarification in Dialogue
  18. W01-1617: Manny Rayner; Ian Lewin; Genevieve Gorrell; Johan Boye
    Plug and Play Speech Understanding
  19. W01-1618: Ruben San-Segundo; Juan Manuel Montero; Jose Manuel Pardo
    Designing Confirmation Mechanisms and Error Recover Techniques in a Railway Information System for Spanish
  20. W01-1619: Ruben San-Segundo; Juan M. Montero; Juana M. Guitierrez; Ascension Gallardo; Jose D. Romeral; Jose M. Pardo
    A Telephone-Based Railway Information System for Spanish: Development of a Methodology for Spoken Dialogue Design
  21. W01-1620: Emilio Sanchis; Isabel Galiano; Fernando Garcia; Antonio Cano
    A Hybrid Approach to the Development of Dialogue Systems directed by Semantics
  22. W01-1621: Susan E. Strayer; Peter A. Heeman
    Reconciling Initiative and Discourse Structure
  23. W01-1622: Janienke Sturm; Fusi Wang; Bert Cranen
    Adding Extra Input/Output Modalities to a Spoken Dialogue System
  24. W01-1623: Shu-Chuan Tseng
    Toward a Large Spontaneous Mandarin Dialogue Corpus
  25. W01-1624: Robert van Rooy
    Conversational Implicatures
  26. W01-1625: Anne Wichmann; Johanneke Caspers
    Melodic Cues to Turn-Taking in English: Evidence from Perception
  27. W01-1626: Janyce Wiebe; Rebecca Bruce; Matthew Bell; Melanie Martin; Theresa Wilson
    A Corpus Study of Evaluative and Speculative Language
  28. W01-1627: Mary McGee Wood
    Dialogue Tagsets in Oncology
  29. W01-1628: Li-chiung Yang
    Visualizing Spoken Discourse: Prosodic Form and Discourse Functions of Interruptions
  30. W01-1629: Norihi Yasuda; Kohji Dohsaka; Kiyoaki Aikawa
    Spoken Dialogue Control Based on a Turn-minimization Criterion Depending on the Speech Recognition Accuracy

2000

  1. AAAI Spring Symposium, My Dinner with R2D2: Natural Dialogues with Practical Robotic Devices

  2. ANLP-NAACL 2000 Workshop: Conversational Systems

  3. W00-0300: Front Matter

  4. W00-0301: Candace L. Sidner ; Carolyn Boettner Lotus ; Charles Rich Mitsubishi
    Lessons Learned in Building Spoken Language Collaborative Interface Agents
  5. W00-0302: Staffan Larsson; Peter Ljunglof; Robin Cooper; Elisabet Engdahl; Stina Ericsson
    GoDiS- An Accommodating Dialogue System
  6. W00-0303: Stephanie Seneff ; Joseph Polifroni
    Dialogue Management in the Mercury Flight Reservation System
  7. W00-0304: Diane Litman; Satinder Singh; Michael Kearns ; Marilyn Walker
    NJFun- A Reinforcement Learning Spoken Dialogue System
  8. W00-0305: Scott Axelrod
    Natural Language Generation in the IBM Flight Information System
  9. W00-0306: Alice H. Oh ; Alexander I. Rudnicky
    Stochastic Language Generation for Spoken Dialogue Systems
  10. W00-0307: James Allen; Donna Byron; Dave Costello; Myroslava Dzikovska; George Ferguson; Lucian Galescu; Amanda Stent
    TRIPS- 911 System Demonstration
  11. W00-0308: Marsal Gavalda
    Epiphenomenal Grammar Acquisition with GSG
  12. W00-0309: Wei Xu; Alexander I. Rudnicky
    Task-based dialog management using an agenda
  13. W00-0310: Christine H. Nakatani; Jennifer Chu-Carroll
    Using Dialogue Representations for Concept-to-Speech Generation
  14. W00-0311: Manny Rayner; Beth Ann Hockey; Frankie James
    A Compact Architecture for Dialogue Management Based on Scripts and Meta-Outputs
  15. W00-0312: Sharon J. Goldwater; Elizabeth Owen Bratt; Jean Mark Gawron; John Dowding
    Building a Robust Dialogue System with Limited Data
  16. From spoken dialogue to full natural interactive dialogue: Theory, empirical analysis and evaluation. (LREC 2000) (Athens, Greece)

  17. Götalog 2000: 2000: 4th Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue (Göteborg University, Sweden)

  18. Third Workshop on Human-Computer Conversation (Bellagio, Italy)

  19. 1st SIGdial Workshop on Discourse and Dialogue

  20. W00-1000: Front Matter

  21. W00-1001 [bib]: Shu Nakazato
    Japanese Dialogue Corpus of Multi-Level Annotation
  22. W00-1002 [bib]: Claudia Soria; Roldano Cattoni; Morena Danieli
    ADAM- An Architecture for xml-based Dialogue Annotation on Multiple levels
  23. W00-1003 [bib]: Laila Dybkjaer; Niels Ole Bernsen
    The MATE Markup Framework
  24. W00-1004 [bib]: Nigel Ward
    Issues in the Transcription of English Conversational Grunts
  25. W00-1005 [bib]: Ilana Mushin; Lesley Stirling; Janet Fletcher; Roger Wales
    Identifying Prosodic Indicators of Dialogue Structure: Some Methodological and Theoretical Considerations
  26. W00-1006 [bib]: Holger Schauer
    From Elementary Discourse Units to Complex Ones
  27. W00-1007 [bib]: Costanza Navarretta
    Abstract Anaphora Resolution in Danish
  28. W00-1008 [bib]: Simon Corston-Oliver
    Using decision trees to select the grammatical relation of a noun phrase
  29. W00-1009 [bib]: Dragomir Radev
    A Common Theory of Information Fusion from Multiple Text Sources Step One: Cross-Document Structure
  30. W00-1010 [bib]: Guido Boella; Rossana Damiano; Leonardo Lesmo
    Social Goals in Conversational Cooperation
  31. W00-1011 [bib]: Preetam Maloor; Joyce Chai
    Dynamic User Level and Utility Measurement for Adaptive Dialog in a Help-Desk System
  32. W00-1012 [bib]: Mare Koit; Haldur Oim
    Dialogue Management in the Agreement Negotiation Process: A Model that Involves Natural Reasoning
  33. W00-1013 [bib]: Staffan Larsson ; Annie Zaenen
    Document Transformations and Information States
  34. W00-1014 [bib]: Annika Flycht-Eriksson; Arne Jonsson
    Dialogue and Domain Knowledge Management in Dialogue Systems
  35. W00-1015 [bib]: Eli Hagen; Fred Popowich
    Flexible Speech Act Based Dialogue Management
  36. W00-1016 [bib]: Sadao Kurohashi; Wataru Higasa
    Dialogue Helpsystem based on Flexible Matching of User Query with Natural Language Knowledge Base
  37. W00-1017 [bib]: Mikio Nakano; Noboru Miyazaki; Norihito Yasuda; Akira Sugiyama; Jun-ichi Hirasawa; Kohji Dohsaka; Kiyoaki Aikawa
    WIT: A Toolkit for Building Robust and Real-Time Spoken Dialogu Systems
  38. W00-1018 [bib]: Jan Alexandersson; Paul Heisterkamp
    Some Notes on the Complexity of Dialogues
  39. AAAI Fall Symposium, Building Dialogue Systems for Tutorial Applications (North Falmouth, MA, USA)

1999

  1. Amstelogue 1999: Amsterdam Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue (Amsterdam, Holland)

  2. 15th Twente Workshop on Language Technology: Interaction in Virtual Worlds (Enschede, The Netherlands)

  3. The Relation of Discourse/Dialogue Structure and Reference

  4. W99-0100: Front Matter

  5. W99-0101: Robert T. Kasper; Paul C. Davis; Craige Roberts
    An Integrated Approach to Reference and Presupposition Resolution
  6. W99-0102: Tomoko Matsui
    Approaches,to Japanese zero pronouns: Centering and relevance
  7. W99-0103: Harksoo Kim; Jeong-Mi Cho; Jungyun Seo
    Anaphora Resolution using Extended Centen'ng Algorithm in a Multi-modal Dialogue System
  8. W99-0104: Sanda M. Harabagiu; Steven J. Maiorano
    Knowledge-Lean Coreference Resolution and its Relation to Textual Cohesion and Coherence
  9. W99-0105: Elena Not; Lucia M. Tovena; Massimo Zancanaro
    Positing and resolving bridging anaphora in deverba! NPs
  10. W99-0106: Dan Cristea; Nancy lde; Daniel Marcu; Valentin Tablan
    Discourse Structure and Co-Reference: An Empirical Study
  11. W99-0107: Jonathan DeCristofaro; Michael Strube; Kathleen E McCoy
    Building a Tool for Annotating Reference in Discourse
  12. W99-0108: Kathleen E McCoy; Michael Strube
    Generating Anaphoric Expressions: Pronoun or Definite Description?
  13. W99-0109: Rodger Kibble
    Cb or not Cb? Centering theory applied to NLG
  14. W99-0110: Peter C-Gordon; Randall Hendrick
    Comprehension of Coreferentiai Expressions
  15. W99-0111: Helen Seville; Allan Ramsay
    Reference-based Discourse Structure for Reference Resolution
  16. W99-0112: Frank Schilder
    Reference Hashed
  17. W99-0113: Livia Polanyi; Martin van den Berg
    Logical Structure and Discourse Anaphora Resolution
  18. Towards Standards and Tools for Discourse Tagging

  19. W99-0300: Front Matter

  20. W99-0301: Steven Bird; Mark Liberman
    Annotation Graphs as a Framework for Multidimensional Linguistic Data Analysis
  21. W99-0302: Jean Carletta; Amy Isard
    The MATE Annotation Workbench: User Requirements
  22. W99-0303: Jean-Francois Delannoy
    Argumentation Mark-Up: A Proposal
  23. W99-0304: Ichikawa, A.; Araki, M.; Horiuchi, Y.; Ishizaki, M.; Itabashi, S.; Itoh, W.; Kashioka, H; Kato, K.; Kikuchi, H.; Koiso, H.; Kumagai, T.; Kurematsu, A.; Maekawa, K.; Nakazato, S.; Tamoto, M.; Tutiya,S.; Yamashita,Y.; Yoshimura,W.
    Evaluation of Annotation Schemes for Japanese Discourse Japanese Discourse Tagging Working Group
  24. W99-0305: Marion Klein
    STANDARDISATION EFFORTS ON THE LEVEL OF DIALOGUE ACT IN THE MATE PROJECT
  25. W99-0306: Lori Levin; Klaus Ries; Ann Thyme-Gobbel; Alon Lavie
    Tagging of Speech Acts and Dialogue Games in Spanish Call Home
  26. W99-0307: Daniel Marcu; Estibaliz Amorrortu; Magdalena Romera
    Experiments in Constructing a Corpus of Discourse Trees
  27. W99-0308: Jon David Patrick
    Tagging Psychotherapeutic Interviews for Linguistic Analysis
  28. W99-0309: M. Poesio; F. Bruneseaux; L. Romary
    The MATE meta-scheme for coreference in dialogues in multiple languages
  29. W99-0310: Claudia Soria; Vito Pirrelli
    A recognition-based meta-scheme for dialogue acts annotation
  30. W99-0311: Simone Teufel; Marc Moens
    Discourse-level argumentation in scientific articles: human and automatic annotation
  31. W99-0312: Graziella Tonfoni
    A mark up language for tagging discourse and annotating documents in context sensitive interpretation environments
  32. W99-0313: David R. Traum; Christine H. Nakatani
    A Two-level Approach to Coding Dialogue for Discourse Structure: Activities of the 1998 DRI Working Group on Higher-level Structures
  33. W99-0314: Teresa Zollo; Mark Core
    Automatically Extracting Grounding Tags from BF Tags
  34. IJCAI Workshop on Knowledge and Reasoning in Practical Dialogue Systems (Stockholm, Sweden)

  35. AAAI Fall Symposium on Psychological Models of Communication in Collaborative Systems (North Falmouth, Massachusetts, USA)

1998

  1. Discourse Relations and Discourse Markers

  2. W98-0300: Front Matter

  3. W98-0301: Daniel Marcu
    A surface-based approach to identifying discourse markers and elementary textual units in unrestricted texts
  4. W98-0302: Simon H. Corston-Oliver
    Identifying the Linguistic Correlates of Rhetorical Relations
  5. W98-0303: Jill Burstein; Karen Kukich; Susanne Wolff; Chi Lu; Martin Chodorow
    Enriching Automated Essay Scoring Using Discourse Marking
  6. W98-0304: Brigitte Grote
    Representing temporal discourse markers for generation purposes
  7. W98-0305: Liesbeth DEGAND
    On classifying connectives and coherence relations
  8. W98-0306: Claudia Sofia; Giacomo Ferrari
    Lexical marking of discourse relations - some experimental findings
  9. W98-0307: Simone Teufel
    Meta-discourse markers and problem-structuring in scientific articles
  10. W98-0308: Laurence DANLOS TALANA
    Linguistic ways for expressing a discourse relation in a lexicalized text generation system
  11. W98-0309: Alistair Knott
    Similarity and contrast relations and inductive rules
  12. W98-0310: Frank Schilder
    Temporal Discourse Markers and the Flow of Events
  13. W98-0311: Nigel Ward
    Some Exotic Discourse Markers of Spoken Dialog
  14. W98-0312: Kathleen Dahlgren
    Lexical Marking and the Recovery of Discourse Structure
  15. W98-0313: Jacques Jayez; Corinne Rossari
    Discourse Relations versus Discourse Marker Relations
  16. W98-0314: Marie-Paule PERY-WOODLEY
    Signalling in written text: a corpus-based approach
  17. W98-0315: Bonnie Lynn Webber; Aravind K. Joshi
    Anchoring a Lexicalized Tree-Adjoining Grammar for Discourse
  18. W98-0316: Masahito KAWAMORI; Takeshi KAWABATA; Akira SHIMAZU
    Discourse Markers in Spontaneous Dialogue: A Corpus based study of Japanese and English
  19. W98-0317: Yukiko I. Nakano; Tsuneaki Kato
    Cue Phrase Selection in Instruction Dialogue Using Machine Learning
  20. W98-0318: Kerstin Fischer; Hans Brandt-Pook
    Automatic Disambiguation of Discourse Particles
  21. W98-0319: Daniel Jurafsky; Elizabeth Shriberg; Barbara Fox; Traci Curl
    Lexical, Prosodic, and Syntactic Cues for Dialog Acts