Augmented Transition Network & Dialog Systems


Augmented Transition Network 

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Syntactic Grammars & Dialog Systems


2. History of Conversational System Development T Nishida – 2013 – ii.ist.i.kyoto-u.ac.jp … Page 4. Early Natural Language Dialogue Systems [Green 1961] Spec[ification] list: … baseball games. Page 5. Early Natural Language Dialogue Systems [Weizenbaum 1966] The syntax routine determines whether the verb is active or passive and locates its subject and object. … Related articles Cite

Speech recognition in the Waxholm dialog system M Blomberg, K Elenius, N Ström – Lund Working Papers in …, 2009 – journals.lub.lu.se … Waxholm” dialog system is described. It will handle continuous speech with a vocabulary of about 1000 words. The output of the recogniser is fed to a probabilistic, knowledge-based parser, that contains a context-free grammar compiled into an augmented transition network. … Cited by 2 Related articles All 5 versions Cite

A Conversational Agent-based Clinical Trial Search Engine D Utami, B Barry, T Bickmore, M Paasche-Orlow – 2013 – relationalagents.com … health counseling dialogue systems for patients with low health literacy [4], we designed the overall interaction as a dialogue with an embodied conversational agent [6]. The agent speaks using synthetic speech, generated from an augmented-transition-network-based dialogue … Cite More

A Grammar-Based Supply Chain Process Modeling Method F Qin, Y Ke, J Xiao – Control, Automation and Systems …, 2011 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … GRAMMAR DEFINITION AND ANALYST The flow of a conversation is structured as a series of augmented transition networks (ATN)[10 … LM and T. Giorgino, Adaptable dialog architecture and runtime engine (AdaRTE): A framework for rapid prototyping of health dialog systems. … Related articles Cite

Fusion engines for multimodal input: a survey D Lalanne, L Nigay, P Robinson… – Proceedings of the …, 2009 – dl.acm.org … The system combines the input streams into a single compound stream having temporal order of the tokens. The parser corresponds to a state-based model represented by a generalized augmented transition network. CUBRICON … Cited by 37 Related articles All 20 versions Cite

The snackbot: documenting the design of a robot for long-term human-robot interaction MK Lee, J Forlizzi, PE Rybski, F Crabbe… – … (HRI), 2009 4th …, 2009 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … estimate against a previously programmed map. We use an Augmented Transition Network (ATN) manager for our dialogue system. This will allow for a flexible discourse structure, but will require more work by a dialogue designer. … Cited by 46 Related articles All 17 versions Cite

Some background on dialogue management and conversational speech for dialogue systems Y Wilks, R Catizone, S Worgan… – Computer Speech & …, 2010 – peer.ccsd.cnrs.fr … Title: Some background on Dialogue Management and Conversational Speech for dialogue systems Authors: Yorick Wilks, Roberta Catizone, Simon Worgan, Markku Turunen … the overall environment of end-to-end dialogue systems, and in particular with the sorts of … Cited by 5 Related articles All 6 versions Cite

The senior companion: a semantic web dialogue system D Field, R Catizone, WW Cheng, A Dingli… – Proceedings of The 8th …, 2009 – dl.acm.org … 1 http://www.chumby.com Cite as: The Senior Companion: a Semantic Web Dialogue System, DG Field, R Catizone, W Cheng, A … uses the stack architecture (after [2] and COMIC 2 ) to manage dialogue, employing a set of hand- crafted augmented transition networks we call … Cited by 6 Related articles All 4 versions Cite

Health dialog systems for patients and consumers T Bickmore, T Giorgino – Journal of Biomedical Informatics, 2006 – Elsevier … parsing [32]. Augmented transition networks remain the most commonly used technology for implementing health dialog systems, and is the model underlying the VoiceXML dialog system standard [33]. 4.3. Plan-based systems. … Cited by 78 Related articles All 10 versions Cite

Natural language and dialogue processing O Pietquin – Multi-modal signal processing: methods and …, 2010 – books.google.com … There are augmented CFGs and augmented transition networks (ATN). CFGs and ATNs have been the topic of extensive research. … Page 88. 72 PART| I Signal Processing, Modelling and Related Mathematical Tools and spoken dialogue systems [24–26]. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 3 versions Cite

Adaptable dialog architecture and runtime engine (AdaRTE): A framework for rapid prototyping of health dialog systems LM Rojas-Barahona, T Giorgino – international journal of medical …, 2009 – Elsevier … transition networks with dynamic behavior, and drives multiple back-end realizers, including VoiceXML. It has been especially targeted to the health care context, because of the great scale and the need for reducing the barrier to a widespread adoption of dialog systems. … Cited by 4 Related articles All 9 versions Cite

A virtual laboratory for studying long-term relationships between humans and virtual agents T Bickmore, D Schulman – … of The 8th International Conference on …, 2009 – dl.acm.org … For the virtual laboratory, we have developed a new dialogue engine—RADIUS (relational agent dialogue system)—which subsumes both augmented transition network-based and task- decomposition-based models of dialogue. … Cited by 17 Related articles All 11 versions Cite

A computational linguistic approach to natural language processing with applications to garden path sentences analysis J DU, P YU – cognitive science, 2012 – thesai.org … Hripcsak’ medical NLP model and Plant& Murrell’s dialogue system. … identifier ::= letter { letter | digit } quoted_symbol ::= “” Thus we can use BNF to define Augmented Transition Network (ATN) which will be introduced to analyze the related sentences in this paper. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 4 versions Cite

The senior companion multiagent dialogue system H Pinto, Y Wilks, R Catizone, A Dingli – Proceedings of the 7th …, 2008 – dl.acm.org … A behavior in our system is ultimately implemented by an augmented finite-state machine(more specifically an augmented transition network[7]). Any action or check is performed by sending a message and receiving an acknowledgement (the FSM … It publishes the dialog system … Cited by 8 Related articles All 7 versions Cite

From domain specification to virtual humans: an integrated approach to authoring tactical questioning characters. S Gandhe, D DeVault, A Roque… – …, 2008 – 20.210-193-52.unknown.qala.com. … … Index Terms: spoken dialogue systems, virtual humans 1. Introduction … The system uses the information-state approach to dialogue modeling [7]. The information state update rules are written as augmented transition networks or state charts. … Cited by 21 Related articles All 11 versions Cite

[BOOK] Spoken language understanding: Systems for extracting semantic information from speech G Tur, R De Mori – 2011 – books.google.com … of Handling Speech in QA Systems 6.3 A Evaluation Cam ai ns 6.4 Question-answering systems 6.5 Proiects Integrating Spoken Requests and Question Answering 6.6 Conclusions References Chapter 7: SLU in Commercial and Research Spoken Dialogue Systems 7.1 Why … Cited by 44 Related articles All 5 versions Cite

Information Extraction Tools and Methods for Understanding Dialogue in a Companion. R Catizone, A Dingli, H Pinto, Y Wilks – LREC, 2008 – Citeseer … A behavior in our system is ultimately implemented by an augmented finite-state machine(more specifically an augmented transition network (Woods, W … It publishes the dialog system messages in a form amenable to the Communication Agent and Application Domain Manager. … Cited by 6 Related articles All 10 versions Cite

The companions: Hybrid-world approach A Dingli, Y Wilks, R Catizone, W Cheng – … in Practical Dialogue Systems, 2009 – Citeseer … Previous systems were based on a closed world assumption whereby the knowledge of the dialogue system is stored in a … The DAFs are in fact ATNs (Augmented Transition Networks) originally designed by Woods (Woods 1980) for syntactic analysis, structures that embody … Cited by 2 Related articles All 5 versions Cite

[BOOK] Springer handbook of speech processing J Benesty, MM Sondhi, Y Huang – 2008 – books.google.com Page 1. ill’ Speed¦ Processing Benesty Sondhi Huang Editors Page 2. Springer Handbook of Speech Processing Page 3. Springer Handbooks provide a concise compilation of approved key information on methods of research … Cited by 261 Related articles All 12 versions Cite

Semantic Network Language Generation based on a Semantic Networks Serialization Grammar Y Dai, S Zhang, J Chen, T Chen, W Zhang – World Wide Web, 2010 – Springer … If the label set of a semantic network is a classification hierarchy, the semantic network is called a classified semantic network. Typical semantic networks in ontology systems, Semantic Wiki systems or SN based dialogue systems are all classified semantic networks. … Cited by 3 Related articles All 6 versions Cite

Bootstrapping spoken dialogue systems by exploiting reusable libraries G Di Fabbrizio, G Tur, D Hakkani-TUR… – Natural Language …, 2008 – Cambridge Univ Press … Our approach proposes a general and scalable framework for Spoken Dialogue Systems. … Our DM provides three basic algorithms: ATNs (Augmented Transition Networks) (Bobrow and Fraser 1969), clarification based on knowledge trees (Lewis and Di Fabbrizio 2005), and … Cited by 4 Related articles All 7 versions Cite

Spoken language understanding: A survey R De Mori – … Speech Recognition & Understanding, 2007. ASRU …, 2007 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … As natural language is context sensitive, procedural networks for parsing under the control of Augmented Transition Network Grammars (ATNG) were proposed. ATNGs [134] are augmentations of Transition Network Grammars (TNGs). TNGs are made of states and arcs. … Cited by 56 Related articles All 28 versions Cite

Enhancement of Conversational Agents by Means of Multimodal Interaction R López-Cózar, Z Callejas, G Espejo, D Griol – Conversational Agents and …, 2011 – ugr.es … correction. There are two main models for dialogue management in VoiceXML. In the Augmented Transition Networks (ATN), the dialogue flow is represented by a set of states, transitions, condi- tions and variables. A transition … All 4 versions Cite

Introduction and Motivation C Kühnel – Quantifying Quality Aspects of Multimodal Interactive …, 2012 – Springer … by Johnston and Bangalore (2000) based on finite-state multimodal grammars, and the modified temporal augmented transition network reported by … the human–human interaction, namely a dialogue, the core module is—similar to spoken dialogue systems—traditionally called … All 2 versions Cite

AdaRTE: adaptable dialogue architecture and runtime engine. A new architecture for health-care dialogue systems. LM Rojas-Barahona, T Giorgino – Studies in health technology and …, 2007 – ncbi.nlm.nih.gov … Transition Networks and enables the generation of different backends formats such as VoiceXML. It is especially targeted to the health care context, where a framework for easy dialogue deployment could reduce the barrier for a more widespread adoption of dialogue systems. … Cited by 4 Related articles All 5 versions Cite

Computed ontology-based situation awareness of multi-user observations S Fitrianie, LJM Rothkrantz – Proc. of ISCRAM, 2009 – Citeseer … operation (Alexandersson & Becker, 2003) to integrate user inputs, while COMIC translates them into logical forms in a variation of Augmented Transition Network containing all … AIML (Wallace, 2003) is extended-XML specifications for language generation in dialogue systems. … Cited by 3 Related articles All 4 versions Cite

Florence: a dialogue manager framework for spoken dialogue systems. G Di Fabbrizio, C Lewis – INTERSPEECH, 2004 – mirlab.org … Figure 1. AT&T Spoken Dialogue System Architecture The DM iterates the previously described steps until the call reaches a final state (eg, in the case of a routing application, the call is transferred to a live agent, an IVR or … Augmented Transition Network Knowledge Tree Rules … Cited by 20 Related articles All 5 versions Cite

Augmented transition networks (ATNs) for dialog control: A longitudinal study. CI Guinn, RC Hubal – Computational Intelligence, 2006 – actapress.com … Expression and Gesture Mapping 3D Virtual Model Expression and Gesture Generator Augmented Transition Network AUGMENTED TRANSITION NETWORKS (ATNs) FOR … Our research team has implemented over a dozen spoken natural language dialog systems in varied … Cited by 3 Related articles All 3 versions Cite

The recognition and comprehension of hand gestures-a review and research agenda T Sowa – Modeling Communication with Robots and Virtual …, 2008 – Springer … A similar, but more flexible approach in which temporal constraints can be expressed explicitly was described by Latoschik [39]. He represents multimodal grammars with augmented transition networks enriched by temporal information at each node (tATN). … Cited by 9 Related articles All 4 versions Cite

Multimodal generation in the COMIC dialogue system ME Foster, M White, A Setzer, R Catizone – Proceedings of the ACL 2005 …, 2005 – dl.acm.org … which generates per- sonalised descriptions of museum objects, and con- trasts with task-oriented embodied dialogue systems such as … with a control structure; all the application-dependent information is stored in a variation of Augmented Transition Networks (ATNs) called … Cited by 22 Related articles All 23 versions Cite

Text categorization models for identifying unproven cancer treatments on the web Y Aphinyanaphongs, C Aliferis – MedInfo, 2007 – ebooks.iospress.nl … Transition Networks and enables the generation of different backends formats such as VoiceXML. It is especially targeted to the health care context, where a framework for easy dialogue deployment could reduce the barrier for a more widespread adoption of dialogue systems. … Cited by 13 Related articles All 12 versions Cite

[BOOK] Natural language processing E Kumar – 2011 – books.google.com … of Top-Down and Bottom-Up Parsing 53 3.6.4 Parser Implementation 55 3.6.5 Levels of Syntax 56 3.7 Transition Networks 57 3.7.1 Recursive Transition Network (RTN) 58 3.7.2 Parsing with Recursive Transition Network 59 3.7.3 Augmented Transition Network (ATN) 60 3.8 … Cited by 4 Related articles Cite

Generating multimodal grammars for multimodal dialogue processing A D’Ulizia, F Ferri, P Grifoni – Systems, Man and Cybernetics, …, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … new multimodal expressions are available. The grammar is sta- tically generated from a corpus of multimodal expressions that are previously collected from potential users of the dialogue system. The introduction of a grammar … Cited by 8 Related articles All 3 versions Cite

[BOOK] Quantifying quality aspects of multimodal interactive systems C Kühnel – 2012 – books.google.com … by Johnston and Bangalore (2000) based on finite-state multimodal grammars, and the modified temporal augmented transition network reported by … the human–human interaction, namely a dialogue, the core module is—similar to spoken dialogue systems— traditionally called … Cited by 3 Related articles All 6 versions Cite

A review of methods for automatic understanding of natural language mathematical problems A Mukherjee, U Garain – Artificial Intelligence Review, 2008 – Springer … from the touch panel. These inputs are preprocessed and passed to the parser which uses an augmented transition network to discover the structure of the command and the roles of the individual tokens. Noun group resolution … Cited by 12 Related articles All 6 versions Cite

Grammatical framework A Ranta – Journal of Functional Programming, 2004 – dl.acm.org … 48. Pereira, F. and Warren, D. (1980) Definite clause grammars for language analysis–a survey of the formalism and a comparison with augmented transition networks. Artif. … www.cs.chalmers. se/~aarne/GF/. 55. Ranta, A. and Cooper, R. (2001) Dialogue systems as proof editors. … Cited by 264 Related articles All 6 versions Cite

A goal-driven approach for service request modeling CHL Lee, A Liu – International Journal of Intelligent Systems, 2010 – Wiley Online Library … For getting a suitable parsing approach for intention extraction, we implement three parsing approaches for comparison: an augmented transition networks (ATN) parser, an HMM parser, and a case-based parser. The ATN and HMM parser are adapted from.23. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 3 versions Cite

Towards Plan-based Health Behavior Change Counseling Systems. TW Bickmore, C Sidner – AAAI Spring Symposium: Argumentation for …, 2006 – aaai.org … include various forms of scripting; representing dialogues as linear sequences of dialogue moves, finite state machines, and augmented transition networks, exemplified by … In scripted dialog systems, human script writers tacitly address these issues in the scripts they create. … Cited by 11 Related articles All 10 versions Cite

Finite-state multimodal integration and understanding M Johnston, S Bangalore – Natural Language Engineering, 2005 – Cambridge Univ Press … and public kiosk settings. Bellik (1995) describes a multimodal interface controller using augmented transition networks which extends the use of transition networks to represent user interfaces (Jacob 1986). This approach has … Cited by 53 Related articles All 4 versions Cite

Mutual disambiguation of 3D multimodal interaction in augmented and virtual reality E Kaiser, A Olwal, D McGee, H Benko… – Proceedings of the 5th …, 2003 – dl.acm.org … Three works are most comparable to ours. Latoschik [16] developed a 3D multimodal VR system based on augmented transition networks, which merges speech and gesture. However, neither the handling of recognition errors nor the possibility of mutual disambiguation (cf. … Cited by 132 Related articles All 32 versions Cite

Bootstrapping spoken dialog systems with data reuse G Di Fabbrizio, G Tur… – Proceedings of the 5th …, 2004 – acl.ldc.upenn.edu … 2.3 DM In a mixed-initiative Spoken Dialog System, the Dia- log Manager is the key component responsible for the human-machine interaction. … C ontext Augmented Transition Network K nowledge Tree R ules Concepts Actions VoiceXML S LU output (XML) … Cited by 18 Related articles All 5 versions Cite

User voice assistance tool for teleoperation O Reinoso, C Fernández, R Ñeco – Advances in Telerobotics, 2007 – Springer … described in [12] a formal model was designed in order to represent computationally the intentions of the user in dialogue systems. … language facilitates the design of the syntactic and semantic rules that define the natural language, as well as the augmented transition networks. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 4 versions Cite

ERIC: a generic rule-based framework for an affective embodied commentary agent M Strauss, M Kipp – Proceedings of the 7th international joint conference …, 2008 – dl.acm.org … martinstrauss.id.au/eric/ 97 Page 2. by two embodied agents who are able to comment on the actions, provide advice and additional information, or make small-talk. The COHIBIT system uses a type of augmented transition network to model the dialogue interaction. … Cited by 20 Related articles All 10 versions Cite

An efficient unification-based multimodal language processor in multimodal input fusion Y Sun, Y Shi, F Chen, V Chung – … of the 19th Australasian conference on …, 2007 – dl.acm.org … In [8], a similar approach, which utilizes a modified temporal augmented transition network, is reported. … [10] Portillo PM, Garcia GP and Carredano GA “Multimodal Fusion: A New Hybrid Strategy for Dialogue Systems”, In Proceedings of ICMI’06, (Banff, Alberta, Canada, 2006). … Cited by 5 Related articles Cite

AdaRTE: an extensible and adaptable architecture for dialog systems LM Rojas-Barahona, T Giorgino – … of the Workshop on Bridging the Gap: …, 2007 – dl.acm.org … Dialog Systems have been proven use- ful to provide the general public with ac- cess to services via speech devices. In this paper, we present AdaRTE, an Adapt- able Dialog Architecture and Runtime En- gine. AdaRTE uses dynamic Augmented Transition Networks and … Related articles All 10 versions Cite

Human-computer interaction M Beaudouin-Lafon – Interactive Computation, 2006 – Springer … avatars. Because of the sequential nature of interaction in these systems, they are often called dialogue systems. 3. Third … output streams. Early work used augmented transition networks and recursive transition networks [20]. More … Cited by 5 Related articles Cite

Natural language processing JF Allen – 2003 – dl.acm.org … D., Kaplan, R., Kay, M., Norman, D., Thompson, H., and Winograd, T. “GUS: A Frame Driven Dialog System,” Artificial Intelligence, 8 … Clause Grammars for Language Analysis-A Survey of the Formalism and a Comparison with Augmented Transition Network Grammars,” Artificial … Cited by 32 Related articles All 2 versions Cite

A two-step summarizer of Brazilian Portuguese texts TI Carbonel, ERM Seno, TAS Pardo… – the Proceedings of the …, 2006 – icmc.usp.br … In: Proceedings of the 2nd IJCAI Workshop on Knowledge and Reasoning in Practical Dialogue Systems , Seattle, Wash., USA … Warren, DHD: Definite Clause Grammars for Language Analysis – A Survey of the Formalism and Comparison with Augmented Transition Networks. … Cited by 3 Related articles All 5 versions Cite

‘It’s just like you talk to a friend’relational agents for older adults TW Bickmore, L Caruso, K Clough-Gorr… – Interacting with …, 2005 – Elsevier … A number of dialog systems have been developed for older adults, particularly in the area of health communication. … In FitTrack, interaction dialogs are scripted using a custom scripting language that compiles into Augmented Transition Networks (ATNs; Woods, 1986) so that … Cited by 84 Related articles All 13 versions Cite

Multimodal dialogue management in the COMIC project R Catizone, A Setzer, Y Wilks – Proc. Workshop on Dialogue Systems: …, 2003 – aclweb.org … it the way we did in section 3. The ba- sic design of the DAM involves a stack, contain- ing Augmented Transition Networks (ATNs) and … However, we may be in a worse position with dialogue systems be- cause, unlike IE, there is little or no benchmarked performance with which … Cited by 24 Related articles All 10 versions Cite

CSIEC (Computer Simulator in Educational Communication): A virtual context-adaptive chatting partner for foreign language learners J Jia – … , 2004. Proceedings. IEEE International Conference on, 2004 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … We have conducted an experiment of the application of a keywords-based human-computer dialog system with natural language (a so called … Definite clause grammars for language analysis-A survey of the formalism and a comparison with augmented transition networks. … Cited by 12 Related articles All 3 versions Cite

Dialogue management for conversational case-based reasoning K Branting, J Lester, B Mott – Advances in Case-Based Reasoning, 2004 – Springer … Creating an end-to-end spoken dialogue system requires solving two families of problems: speech processing and natural language processing … DGSM consists of a goal stack, a collection of discourse goal types, a forest of augmented transition networks (ATNs) in which nodes … Cited by 22 Related articles All 14 versions Cite

[BOOK] Framework for Unsupervised Learning of Dialogue Strategies (a) O Pietquin – 2004 – books.google.com … 2: Typical architecture of a multimodal dialogue system 46 Fig. … for Unsupervised Learning of Dialogue Strategies Table of Acronyms AI Artificial Intelligence ANN Artificial Neural Network ASR Automatic Speech Recognition ATN Augmented Transition Network AV Attribute … Cited by 87 Related articles All 7 versions Cite

[BOOK] Errors and intelligence in computer-assisted language learning: Parsers and pedagogues T Heift, M Schulze – 2007 – books.google.com … summary in Textana 35 lorphological analysis of a German adjective (affigere = sillier) 36 ^extana parsing output of a sentence 37 ^extana user interface for a successful parse 38 ormula for a partial constraint satisfaction 42 .n Augmented Transition Network 45 lumber of NLP … Cited by 105 Related articles All 3 versions Cite

Machine Learning approaches to human dialogue modelling Y Wilks, N Webb, A Setzer, M Hepple… – … Dialogue Systems, 2005 – Springer … Page 6. 360 Advances in Natural Multimodal Dialogue Systems … The WITAS system [Lemon et al., 2001] was initially, at least, based on networks of ATN (Augmented Transition Network) structures, stacked on one of two stacks. … Cited by 4 Related articles All 3 versions Cite

A method for defining a journal subset for a clinical discipline using the bibliographies of systematic reviews NL Wilczynski, AX Garg… – Studies in Health …, 2007 – ebooks.iospress.nl Cited by 7 Related articles All 7 versions Cite

Some novel aspects of health communication from a dialogue systems perspective T Bickmore, T Giorgino – AAAI Fall Symposium on Dialogue Systems for …, 2004 – aaai.org … Most health dialogue systems that have been developed and evaluated in randomized clinical trials to date have used relatively simple dialogue models, including linear scripts, finite state machines, or augmented transition networks, with very shallow computerized knowledge … Cited by 15 Related articles All 10 versions Cite

Lessons learned in modeling schizophrenic and depressed responsive virtual humans for training RC Hubal, GA Frank, CI Guinn – … of the 8th international conference on …, 2003 – dl.acm.org … Lip Synching Synthesized or Recorded Speech Expression and Gesture Mapping 3D Virtual Model Expression and Gesture Generator Augmented Transition Network … The current underlying architecture of the Behavior Engine is an augmented transition network (ATN). … Cited by 33 Related articles All 7 versions Cite

Hierarchical Parallel Markov Models of Interaction. R Zubek, I Horswill – AIIDE, 2005 – aaai.org … A natural implementation of such decomposition would be as an augmented transition network (ATN) or pushdown automaton (PDA), which are … state techniques are popular in dialog and interaction modeling, and “[m]ost commercially available dialogue systems use some form … Cited by 2 Related articles All 7 versions Cite

State of the art in Computational Linguistics G Ferrari – Linguistics Today. Facing a Greater Challenge. …, 2004 – books.google.com … et al. 1982; Allen 1983), with all its practical and theoretical follow-ups; modern dialogue systems in all their forms and applications are derived from the dialogue model J. Allen designed for ARGOT. Page 176. 164 Giacomo … Cited by 8 Related articles All 8 versions Cite

Extracting emotional information from the text of spoken dialog C Guinn, R Hubal – Proceedings of the 9th international conference on …, 2003 – Citeseer … Augmented Transition Network … Other researchers, similar to the system described in this paper, use “autonomous dialogue systems” [Magnenat-Thalmann and Kshirsagar, 2000] and “linguistic style” [Walker, Cahn, and Whittaker, 1997] to elicit emotional and attitudinal … Cited by 18 Related articles All 4 versions Cite

Subtle expressivity by relational agents T Bickmore, R Picard – … of the CHI 2003 Workshop on Subtle …, 2003 – www-dev.ccs.neu.edu … The daily interactions with the agent are scripted using Augmented Transition Networks (Woods, 1986) and are designed to increase relational closeness over time, for example … In N. Bernsen (Ed.), Natural, Intelligent and Effective Interaction with Multimodal Dialogue Systems. … Cited by 18 Related articles All 11 versions Cite

May: my memories are yours an interactive companion that saves the user’s memories JCF de Campos – 2010 – ist.utl.pt … The project has now two completed prototypes: the Health and Fitness Companion, and the Senior Companion. Both proto- types highlight an advanced spoken dialogue system in the establishment of long term realtions with users. … Cited by 3 Related articles All 2 versions Cite

An evaluation of virtual human technology in informational kiosks C Guinn, R Hubal – Proceedings of the 6th international conference on …, 2004 – dl.acm.org … General Terms Experimentation, Human Factors. Keywords Virtual humans, natural language, spoken dialogue system, gesture, evaluation, virtual reality. … 3D Virtual Model Expression and Gesture Generator Augmented Transition Network Figure 1 System Architecture … Cited by 9 Related articles All 4 versions Cite

Designing Personalization in Technology-Based Services MK Lee – 2013 – reports-archive.adm.cs.cmu.edu Page 1. Designing Personalization in Technology-Based Services by Min Kyung Lee September, 2013 CMU-HCII-13-102 Human-Computer Interaction Institute School of Computer Science Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213 Thesis Committee: … Cite More
  An xpath-based discourse analysis module for spoken dialogue systems G Di Fabbrizio, C Lewis – Proceedings of the 13th international World …, 2004 – dl.acm.org … dialogue. In a Natural Language Spoken Dialogue Systems, the DM provides the means for human-machine interaction. … repairs. The DM algorithm uses Augmented Transition Networks [9] (ATNs) to represent the dialogue flow. … Cited by 2 Related articles All 16 versions Cite

Dialogue Management Yorick Wilks, Roberta Catizone, Markku Turunen COMPANIONS Consortium: State Of The Art Papers 2, January 2006 Y Wilks – 2006 – peachbit.org … The domain data is expressed using Dialogue Action Forms (DAFs) which are augmented transition networks – a series of nodes and their connected arcs … The general purpose nature of the DAM means that it could easily be accommodated to other Dialogue systems with a … Related articles Cite

The Use of Case-Based Reasoning in a Human-Robot Dialog System K Eliasson – 2006 – liu.diva-portal.org Page 1. Linköping Studies in Science and Technology Thesis No. 1248 The Use of Case-Based Reasoning in a Human-Robot Dialog System by Karolina Eliasson … Page 2. Page 3. The Use of Case-Based Reasoning in a Human-Robot Dialog System by Karolina Eliasson … Cited by 3 Related articles All 7 versions Cite

An Intelligent FAQ Answering System Using a Combination of Statistic and Semantic IR Techniques L Jianan, P Sävström – 2006 – idt.mdh.se … Originally well known dialogue systems like SHRDLU ( Winograd, 1972) and GUS (Bobrow, 1977) were all built as research systems to help researchers understand the issues involved in interactive advisory system and modeling human dialogue , rather than real commercial … Related articles Cite

CSIEC (Computer simulator in educational communication): an intelligent web-based teaching system for foreign language learning J Jia – arXiv preprint cs/0312030, 2003 – arxiv.org … We have conducted an experiment of the application of a keywords-based human-computer dialog system with natural language (chatbot) on the … Definite clause grammars for language analysis-A survey of the formalism and a comparison with augmented transition networks. … Cited by 6 Related articles All 4 versions Cite

User Handover in a Cross Media Device Environment, A Coaching Service for Physical Activity W Wieringa – 2012 – essay.utwente.nl … 2.3 Functional Requirements 24 2.4 Non-functional Requirements 25 2.5 User Requirements 26 2.6 Assumptions 27 2.6.1 Internet 27 2.6.2 Security 27 2.6.3 One user 27 2.6.4 Clocks 27 2.6.5 Smartphone 28 2.7 Conclusion 28 3 dialog 29 3.1 Dialog System Technologies 29 … Related articles Cite

A speech platform for a bilingual city information system T Brey, T Pavelka – Text, Speech and Dialogue, 2004 – Springer … the dialogue model as a finite state transition network were soon discarded as insufficient for complex dialogue systems ([12]), as … Since transitions are augmented by conditions, we finally have a model which is formally equivalent to Augmented Transition Networks known from … Cited by 1 Related articles All 3 versions Cite

Study on spoken interactive open domain question answering C Hori, T Hori, H Isozaki, E Maeda… – ISCA & IEEE …, 2003 – isca-speech.org … To achieve more natural communication between human beings and machines, spoken dialog systems for open domains are necessary. … for Language Analy- sis –a Survey of the Formalism and a Comparison with Augmented Transition Networks,” Artificial Intelligence, 13:231 … Cited by 9 Related articles All 7 versions Cite

Human Language Technologies: Tradition and New Challenges Z Vetulani – Proc. of Artificial Intelligence, 2005 – staff.amu.edu.pl … 19 – No. 1-2. Hoeppner, W., Morik, K., Marburger, H.: Talking it Over: The Natural Language Dialog System HAM-ANS. … A survey of the formalism and a comparison to augmented transition networks, Artificial Intelligence 13 (1980) 231-278. … Related articles All 2 versions Cite

Cognitive aspects of embodied conversational agents CG Smith – Unpublished PhD Thesis, Teesside University, 2013 – tees.openrepository.com … interaction for a user through conversation. ECA build on the dialogue abilities of spoken dialogue systems with the provision of a physical or virtual avatar. The rationale … Page 18 of 215 2. ECA as Affective Dialogue Systems 2.1. Introduction … Cite
  Modelling proactive behaviour of conversational interfaces M L’Abbate – 2007 – tuprints.ulb.tu-darmstadt.de … language processing techniques are used in the context of various applications, such as spoken dialogue systems, advisory systems … The program used an Augmented Transition Network parser and Woods “Procedural Semantics” approach with the aim of building queries to … Cited by 4 Related articles All 3 versions Cite

Human dialogue modelling using machine learning Y Wilks, N Webb, A Setzer – … IN THE THEORY AND HISTORY OF …, 2004 – books.google.com … the COMIC (Conversational Multimodal Interaction with Computers) 1 project whose object is to build a cooperative multi-modal dialogue system which aids … 2001) was initially based on networks of ATN (Augmented Transition Network) structures, stacked on one of two stacks. … Related articles All 2 versions Cite

XMG: eXtensible MetaGrammar B Crabbé, D Duchier, C Gardent, J Le Roux… – 2012 – MIT Press Page 1. XMG : eXtensible MetaGrammar Benoît Crabbé* INRIA – Université Paris 7 Denys Duchier** LIFO – Université d’Orléans Claire Gardent† CNRS – LORIA, Nancy Joseph Le Roux‡ LIPN – Université Paris Nord Yannick Parmentier§ LIFO – Université d’Orléans … Cited by 3 Related articles All 8 versions Cite

Formal and empirical issues of applying dynamics to Tree Adjoining Grammars A Mazzei – Dipartimento di Informatica, Universitá degli studi di …, 2005 – Citeseer … Other motivations to introduce incrementality in the syntactic analyzer de- rive from the tasks of language modeling and dialogue systems. 15 Page 16. … The other task improved by an encoding of incrementality is the im- plementation of dialogue systems. … Cited by 12 Related articles Cite

An Intelligent Analyzer and Understander of English Y Wilks – Words and Intelligence I, 2007 – Springer … Dialog systems are notoriously difficult to assess; and command systems are restricted to worlds in which commands are relevant, eg those of physical objects and the direc- tions for picking them up, which domain excludes the world of real nonimper- ative discourse about … Cited by 1 Related articles All 3 versions Cite

Stephan Oepen, Dan Flickinger H Uszkoreit, J Tsujii – 2003 – delph-in.net … (Context-free) Phrase structure grammar (Chom- sky, 1959), augmented transition networks (Woods, 1970 … of declarative grammatical resources and suitable process- ing techniques, many of them aiming for (often very complex) query processing, dialogue system, or machine … Related articles All 5 versions Cite

[BOOK] Speech and human-machine dialog W Minker, S Bennacef – 2004 – books.google.com … Contents Preface vii 1. INTRODUCTION 1 1 Language 2 2 Dialog and Computer 3 3 Human-Machine Spoken Language Dialog 4 4 Spoken Language Dialog System 10 5 Projects and Research Applications 10 2. ROBUST SPOKEN LANGUAGE UNDERSTANDING 13 1 … Cited by 31 Related articles All 5 versions Cite

[BOOK] Cognition and pragmatics D Sandra, JO Ostman, J Verschueren – 2009 – books.google.com … formalisms and frames 24 4.4 Rule-based formalisms 26 5. Linguistic symbol manipulation in semantics and pragmatics 27 5.1 Semantics 28 5.2 Knowledge and intentions 29 5.3 Utterances in context 30 5.4 Modeling the user 31 5.4.1 User modeling and dialog systems 31 5.4 … Related articles All 3 versions Cite

Relational agents: Effecting change through human-computer relationships TW Bickmore – 2003 – ccis.northeastern.edu … Research Focus Face-to-face conversation Long-term relationship Relational Model Dimensional Time Common ground Dialogue Planner Activation networks Augmented transition networks Relational behavior Small talk Many (but focus on maintenance) … Cited by 215 Related articles All 17 versions Cite

Sentences using Candidate Words J Dowding, BA Hockey, EO Bratt – 2003 – riacs.edu … Lemon, O.; Bracy, A.; Gruenstein, A.; and Peters, S. 2001. A multi-modal dialogue system for human-robot conver- sation. … Definite clause grammars for language analysis – a survey of the formalism and a comparison with augmented transition networks. … Related articles All 6 versions Cite

DIAG-NLP: Improving Intelligent Tutoring Systems with Natural Language Generation Technology D Fossati – 2003 – davidefossati.com … PAGE 1. An Augmented Transition Network…..6 2. Knowledge Base describing a computer…..7 … LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS ATN Augmented Transition Network DBMS Data Base Management System … Related articles All 3 versions Cite

A Synthetic Character Application for Informed Consent WA Visscher, RC Hubal, CI Guinn, EJ Studer… – … on dialog systems for …, 2004 – rvht.net … 3D Virtual Model Expression and Gesture Generator Augmented Transition Network Figure 1. Synthetic Character Technology In synthetic character applications, users are able to prac- tice with numerous case-based scenarios in a reproducible, objective learning environment. … Cited by 2 Related articles Cite

Spoken Language Dialog Modeling W Minker, S Bennacef – SPeech and Human-Machine Dialog, 2004 – Springer … Should certain information in the database be frequently used by the dialog system, it should be duplicated in the task model in order to avoid … The functional task description is gener- ally performed on the basis of formal grammars or Augmented Transition Networks (ATNs). … Cite

Synthetic PartnerF Meijerink, SA Nijholt, B van Dijk, D Heylen – 2008 – hmi.ewi.utwente.nl Page 1. Page 2. Synthetic Partner The Design of a Relational Affective Diary Thesis Date April 11, 2008 Author Ferdi Meijerink <ferdi@ferdi.eu> Supervisors Anton Nijholt Betsy van Dijk Dirk Heylen External Supervisor Peter-Paul van Maanen Project Manager Tony van Vliet No. … Related articles All 2 versions Cite

TeleMorph & TeleTuras: Bandwidth determined Mobile MultiModal Presentation AJ Solon – 2006 – paulmckevitt.com Page 1. TeleMorph & TeleTuras: Bandwidth Determined Mobile Multimodal Presentation Anthony J. Solon B.Sc. Faculty of Engineering University of Ulster A thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy December 2006 Page 2. ii … Related articles All 4 versions Cite

Comunicação humano-robô através de linguagem falada FMG Quinderé – 2013 – ria.ua.pt … 29 2.5 Arquitetura do Spoken Dialogue System da AT&T [Fabbrizio e Lewis, 2004] . . … ASR Automatic Speech Recognition – Reconhecimento automático de fala. ATN Augmented Transition Network – Rede de transições aumentada. … Cite
  A synthetic character application for informed consent RC Hubal, CI Guinn, DC Sparrow, EJ Studer… – … on dialogue systems for …, 2004 – aaai.org … 3D Virtual Model Expression and Gesture Generator Augmented Transition Network Figure 1. Synthetic Character Technology In synthetic character applications, users are able to prac- tice with numerous case-based scenarios in a reproducible, objective learning environment. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 8 versions Cite

Grammar-based Natural Language Understanding G Van Noord – 2003 – odur.let.rug.nl Page 1. Grammar-based Natural Language Understanding Gertjan van Noord May 8, 2003 1 Natural Language Understanding This chapter describes the grammar-based natural language understanding (NLU) component of the OVIS system. … Related articles All 8 versions Cite

[BOOK] An effective implementation of analytical question answering SG Small – 2007 – books.google.com … LUNAR used an Augmented Transition Network (ATN) to obtain a syntactic parse of each sentence and then performed semantic analysis using Procedural Semantics. The system was demonstrated at the Second Annual Lunar Science Conference in 1971 in Houston, Texas. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 3 versions Cite

[BOOK] Spoken Language Understanding without Transcriptions in a Call Center Scenario M Levit – 2005 – icsi.berkeley.edu … and its industrial and academic partners invested a lot of research effort in developing of an auto- mated natural language dialog system [Hei79]. After a number of intermediate successful results, … The automated dialog system developed at the AT&T Labo- … Cited by 8 Related articles All 4 versions Cite

Advanced Techniques For Personalized, Interactive Question Answering S Quarteroni – 2007 – pisa.cs.york.ac.uk … Page 18. 17 Question Answering in the late 1970s and until the end of the 1980s was tightly linked to human-computer dialogue systems, such as expert systems drawing information from structured knowledge bases. Indeed … Cited by 4 Related articles All 8 versions Cite

USING A “WIZARD OF OZ” STUDY TO INVESTIGATE ISSUES RELATED TO A SPOKEN LANGUAGE INTERFACE FOR PROGRAMMING DE Price – 2007 – cs.utah.edu … The authors state that most inputs in this domain follow the top-level structure of an imperative verb followed by its operands. They use an augmented transition network to generate a Page 30. 16 syntactic structure for the sentence, and the noun phrases can be placed … Related articles All 2 versions Cite

Natural language processing for unmanned aerial vehicle guidance interfaces EM Craparo – 2004 – dspace.mit.edu Page 1. Natural Language Processing for Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Guidance Interfaces by Emily M. Craparo Bachelor of Science, Aeronautics and Astronautics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2002 Submitted to the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics … Related articles All 2 versions Cite