Body Language & Dialog Systems 2017


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Classifying a Person’s degree of accessibility from natural body language during social human–robot interactions
D McColl, C Jiang, G Nejat – IEEE transactions on cybernetics, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… Natural Body Language During Social … This can be achieved by per- ceiving and interpreting the natural communication modes of a human, such as body language, paralanguage (into- nation, pitch, and volume of voice), speech and facial expressions …

User profiling and behavioral adaptation for HRI: A survey
S Rossi, F Ferland, A Tapus – Pattern Recognition Letters, 2017 – Elsevier
… have a natural ability to communicate and recognize their internal state through non-verbal means such as body language, gesture, and … on the field of user modeling (ie, understanding the user’s beliefs, goals, and plans) in artificial intelligence dialog systems, and illustrated …

Multimodal dialogue system with NAO and VoiceXML dialogue manager
S Ondáš, J Juhár, M Pleva, P Fer?ák… – … ), 2017 8th IEEE …, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… NAO robot is a great tool to prepare a multimodal interactive system due to its support of vision, hearing, gesture production and body language. Moreover, an autonomous mode of the robot enhances a human-like behaviour. Designed multimodal dialogue system for NAO …

Multimodal Interface for Elderly People
IA Awada, I Mocanu, AM Florea… – Control Systems and …, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… Developing a voice module that dialog system, which is composed of five main parts: Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR), Natural Language … Using mathematical algorithms, gesture recognition allows machines to interpret and understand human body language …

Perceived emotional intelligence in virtual agents
Y Yang, X Ma, P Fung – Proceedings of the 2017 CHI Conference …, 2017 – dl.acm.org
… Zara the Supergirl In this abstract, we present Zara the Supergirl [8, 9], an interactive dialogue system rendered in the form of a … through speech, text, and facial expressions captured real time [8, 9]. The agent expresses emotions via animations with body language and choice of …

Human-agent dialogues and their purposes
J Baskar, H Lindgren – Proceedings of the European Conference on …, 2017 – dl.acm.org
… Cognitive Agents (ECA) such systems [1] uses a virtual representation of a human with the ability to send information through body language in addition to … This domain ontology is part of the ACKTUS architecture and used in the implementation of the dialogue system [12] …

From paralinguistic to variably linguistic
A Cienki – The Routledge handbook of pragmatics, 2017 – books.google.com
… with pragmatic functions’, in C. Müller, A. Cienki, E. Fricke, SH Ladewig, D. McNeill, and J. Bressem (eds.) Body–Language–Com- munication … J. and Stone, M.(1999)’Living hand to mouth: Psychological theories about speech and gesture in interactive dialogue systems’, in SE …

Preliminary evaluation of the multimodal interactive system for NAO robot
S Ondáš, M Pleva, J Juhár… – … and Applications (ICETA) …, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… NAO can be considered as a great tool to Page 2. prepare a multimodal dialogue system due to its support of vision, hearing, gesture production and body language. Moreover, an autonomous mode of the robot enhances a human-like behavior …

Assessment with computer agents that engage in conversational dialogues and trialogues with learners
AC Graesser, Z Cai, B Morgan, L Wang – Computers in Human Behavior, 2017 – Elsevier
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Multimodal markers of persuasive speech: designing a Virtual Debate Coach
V Petukhova, M Raju, H Bunt – … of the 18th Annual Conference of …, 2017 – isca-speech.org
… define clear properties of persuasive debate or public speech behaviour, there are certain linguistic, prosodic and body language features that … An important step in designing any multimodal dialogue system is to model natural human dialogue behaviour, based on the analysis …

Developing Virtual Patients with VR/AR for a natural user interface in medical teaching
MA Zielke, D Zakhidov, G Hardee… – Serious Games and …, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… Some students suggested non-verbal techniques like using body language and eye contact as means to switch attention back to the patient from the overly helpful caregiver. Similarly, occasional eye contact could be used to make the caregiver not feel ignored …

Pragmatics: From Language as a System of Signs to Language Use
A Jens – The Routledge Handbook of Language and Dialogue, 2017 – taylorfrancis.com
… that is, communication employing more than one sensory modality, where we can regard body language and prosody … 1979), Allwood (1976), sociolinguistics, anthropological linguistics, intercultural communication, communication studies and computer-based dialog systems …

Context respectful counseling agent integrated with robot nodding for dialog promotion
K Kurashige, S Tsuruta, E Sakurai… – Systems, Man, and …, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… This makes the CA and the robot more “naturally” in terms of body language mimicking the conversational behavior called “unazuki” (Japanese) that is “nodding” for dialogue promotion … 258-268, 2010. [7] S. Han, K. Lee, D. Lee, GG Lee, “Counseling Dialog System with 5W1H …

Ergonomic Intervention In Human-Robot Dialogue System Design: The Emerging Trends
SAH Rizvi, SW Hasan – Innovative Product Design & Development – researchgate.net
… The ‘modalities’, also termed as ‘channels of communication’like verbal communication, written messages and body-language communication etc … In general, different constituents of a typical human- robot dialogue system may be: natural language system, speech recogniser …

Pragmatics: From Language as a System of Signs to Language Use
J Allwood – The Routledge Handbook of Language and Dialogue, 2017 – taylorfrancis.com
… that is, communication employing more than one sensory modality, where we can regard body language and prosody … 1979), Allwood (1976), sociolinguistics, anthropological linguistics, intercultural communication, communication studies and computer-based dialog systems …

Data Collection and Synchronisation: Towards a Multiperspective Multimodal Dialogue System with Metacognitive Abilities
F Haider, S Luz, N Campbell – Dialogues with Social Robots, 2017 – Springer
… Several studies use avatars in dialogue systems to make the conversation more interactive and natural [3, 4, 5]. So, in the later versions, our system will gradually incorporate the ability to interact with users through animated agents and speech … 8. Posture and body language. 9 …

Role of Body Language in Teaching English as a Foreign Language
DIO ALDoumer – 2017 – repository.sustech.edu
… College of Graduate Studies College of Education Role of Body Language in Teaching English as a Foreign Language ? ???? ?? ????? ????? ?? ????? ??? ??????? ?????? ??? … III Abstract This study aimed to investigate the role of Body Language in teaching and English as a foreign language …

BEAT-o-matic: a baseline for learning behavior expressions from utterances
M Gallé, A Arora – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
… As open-domain dialogue systems are still out-of-scope of our current understanding of natural language processing and machine learning … robot are much higher as compared to interacting with a screen, and the additional freedoms through body language, facial expressions …

Detecting Personality Traits in Conversational Speech
L Kinney, A Wang, J Zhao – stanford.edu
… with different models allow us to make claims about the underlying technology that should be used in dialogue systems that attempt to … Further, we do not control for physical attractiveness and body language during the speeddate, which no doubt affects perceptions for awkward …

Natural, Multi-modal Interfaces for Unmanned Systems
G Taylor – … Conference on Engineering Psychology and Cognitive …, 2017 – Springer
… Gaze, body language, and even the distance people stand from each other are ways in which people naturally communicate … Dialogue is another dimension of natural human interaction, and a number of dialogue systems have been researched, from personal assistants that …

. Computational gesture research
S Kopp – Why Gesture?: How the hands function in speaking …, 2017 – books.google.com
… Justine 2005.“Social dialogue with embodied conversation- al agents.” In Advances in Natural Multimodal Dialogue Systems, JCJ van … Kopp, Stefan 2014.“Gestures, postures, gaze and movements in computer science: embodied agents.” In Body-Language-Communication: An …

Virtual debate coach design: assessing multimodal argumentation performance
V Petukhova, T Mayer, A Malchanau… – Proceedings of the 19th …, 2017 – dl.acm.org
… content evaluation methodology translates human judgments into viable and easy to compute argument qual- ity metrics (Section 5). To assess argument delivery aspects related to persuasive debate style, a range of linguistic, paralinguistic and body language features of …

Body Movements Generation for Virtual Characters and Social Robots
A Beck, Z Yumak… – Social Signal …, 2017 – books.google.com
… 37–42). Beck, A., Stevens, B., Bard, K., & Cañamero, L.(2012). Emotional body language displayed by artificial agents … Spoken and multimodal dialog systems and applications–rigid head motion in expressive speech animation: Analysis and synthesis …

EAI Endorsed Transactions
E Currie, PH Harvey, P Daryanani, JC Augusto, R Arif… – 2017 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
… A number of rule-based text- dialogue systems have been developed and it is possible to combine these with text-to-speech avatar-based interfaces to provide a facsimile of the ideal human-to … Recorded audio can provide the personal touch but no body language, gestures etc …

Design of Counseling Robot for production by 3D printer
K Kurashige, S Tsuruta, E Sakurai… – … Image Technology & …, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… This makes the CA and the robot more “naturally” in terms of body language mimicking the conversational behavior called “unazuki” (Japanese) that is “nodding” for dialogue promotion … 258-268, 2010. [7] S. Han, K. Lee, D. Lee, GG Lee, “Counseling Dialog System with 5W1H …

Beyond Words: Language Forms and their Limits in Moby-Dick
L Alday – Literary Undergraduate Research – westga.edu
… Theory, Dafydd Gibbon addresses this: Gestures are an essential part of communication–not only the gesticulatory body language of everyday … and Matthew Stone.“Living Hand to Mouth: Psychological Theories about Speech and Gesture in Interactive Dialogue Systems” 1999 …

Speech applications for human-robot interaction systems.
M Pleva, S Ondas – iit.bas.bg
… NAO can be considered as a great tool to prepare a multimodal dialogue system due to its support of vision, hearing, gesture production and body language. Moreover, robot can run in an autonomous mode to produce human-like movements …

Dialogue and interaction in role-playing games
F Mäyrä – Dialogue across Media, 2017 – books.google.com
Page 282. Dialogue and interaction in role-playing games Playful communication as Ludic culture Frans Mäyrä University of Tampere Dialogue is central to role-playing games (RPGs). It serves multiple purposes, some of which …

The CaMeLi Framework—A Multimodal Virtual Companion for Older Adults
NA Nijdam, D Konstantas – … and Selected Results from the SAI …, 2017 – books.google.com
… Rea has a human-like body appearance, which it is used to add body language during conversation … Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2003) 8. Bickmore, TW, Schulman, D., Sidner, CL: A reusable framework for health counseling dialogue systems based on a behavioral …

Multimodal Interactions with a Chatbot and study of Interruption Recovery in Conversation.
F Chabernaud – 2017 – macs.hw.ac.uk
… It consists of the whole body language of someone in order to emphasize an idea. As relatively little … 2.1.2 Note on terms used The dialogue system or conversational agents refers to a computer system that can coherently dialogue with a human …

Deciphering conversationparticipants’ uncertainty: A study using non-verbal cues
N Hemmingsson, O Åstrand – 2017 – diva-portal.org
… Due to the development of computer dialogue systems and robots, it has become an increasingly relevant topic for engineers as well … Rather, annotators should focus on the entirety of the means of communication; body language and verbal and facial expression to name a few …

Towards Automatic Generation of Entertaining Dialogues in Chinese Crosstalks
S Du, X Wan, Y Ye – arXiv preprint arXiv:1711.00294, 2017 – arxiv.org
… It would be an ideal resource for studying humor in dialogue system. However, there are some special rules in crosstalks … However, humor is very complex. In Chinese crosstalks, humor can be expressed by the actors’ tone, body language and verbal language …

Human–Robot Interaction
G Piumatti, ML Lupetti, F Lamberti – 2017 – content.taylorfrancis.com
… Through sight, people are able to communicate in different ways, both explicitly, eg, gestures, and implicitly, eg, interpreting body language … More sophisticated interfaces are usually integrated in a dialog system, where both speech recognition and speech synthesis take place …

A Study on Sarcasm Detection Algorithms
L Sivaprakasam, A Jayaprakash – 2017 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
… CHALLENGES FACED Natural Language Processing systems such as Online customer review summarization systems, dialogue systems or monitoring systems for brands face … The use of sarcasm can be detected from the tone of speech, body language and facial expressions …

Modeling dynamics of expressive body gestures in dyadic interactions
Z Yang, SS Narayanan – IEEE Transactions on Affective …, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… Metallinou et al. have used body language information for automatically tracking the contin- uous emotional attributes of activation, valence and domi- nance of a participant over affective communication [19]. They describe the …

Methods and challenges for creating an emotional audio-visual database
MA Pandharipande, R Chakraborty… – … 20th Conference of …, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… facial expressions, body language, gestures etc [1]. Speech being one of the most naturalistic methods of expressing emotions had drawn sufficient inter est in developing automatic human-computer interactive sys tems, such as human-agent dialogue systems[2 ], automatic …

What can i help you with?: infrequent users’ experiences of intelligent personal assistants
BR Cowan, N Pantidi, D Coyle, K Morrissey… – Proceedings of the 19th …, 2017 – dl.acm.org
… Ultimately, we believe enhanced user experiences and widespread adoption is an achievable target. This paper aims to support this goal. RELATED WORK IPAs operate on the same fundamental principles as many other spoken dialogue systems …

Automatically Classifying User Engagement for Dynamic Multi-party Human–Robot Interaction
ME Foster, A Gaschler, M Giuliani – International Journal of Social …, 2017 – Springer
… Torta et al. [61] addressed the dual problem of how a robot should attract a human’s attention, and found that speech and body language were the most successful, while gaze behaviour was useful only in cases where the human was already attending to the robot …

Towards Natural Language Understanding using Multimodal Deep Learning
S Bos – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
Page 1. Towards Natural Language Understanding using Multimodal Deep Learning Steven Bos Delft Un iversity of T echnolog y Page 2. Page 3. Towards Natural Language Understanding using Multimodal Deep Learning THESIS …

Emotion actuator: Embodied emotional feedback through electroencephalography and electrical muscle stimulation
M Hassib, M Pfeiffer, S Schneegass, M Rohs… – Proceedings of the 2017 …, 2017 – dl.acm.org
… ABSTRACT The human body reveals emotional and bodily states through measurable signals, such as body language and electroen- cephalography … Linking Emotions and Movement Emotions are closely linked to body posture, movement and body language [19, 21, 54] …

Implementing Digital Parliament Innovative Concepts for Citizens and Policy Makers
F Fitsilis, D Koryzis, V Svolopoulos… – … Conference on HCI in …, 2017 – Springer
… The goal of METALOGUE is the development of a multimodal dialogue system with the ability to display seamless interactive behavior … to generate virtual dialogue agents for natural interaction using speech (in English, German and Greek), gesture, mimicry and body language …

Future modes: How ‘new’new media transforms communicative meaning and negotiates relationships
A Ensslin – The Routledge handbook of language and media, 2017 – researchgate.net
… in turn how it shapes the way we negotiate potentially face-threatening behaviour, either verbally or via cyborgised body language … in interactive speech synthesis; Some paralinguistic and nonlinguistic issues of speech prosody for conversational dialogue systems’, in Keikichi …

Functional and temporal relations between spoken and gestured components of language
KI Kok – International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 2017 – jbe-platform.com
… constructed for a different purpose. It was mostly oriented towards the design of virtual avatars and automated dialogue systems (Bergmann & Kopp 2009, Bergmann et al. 2010, Kopp et al. 2008, Lücking et al. 2010). A feature of the …

Introduction: Innovative Assessment of Collaboration
PC Kyllonen, M Zhu, AA von Davier – Innovative Assessment of …, 2017 – Springer
… data (eg, Kinect ® for Windows, 2016), the data from collaborative interactions contain discourse, actions, gestures, tone, and body language that result in … have done so with a variety of game and simulation tools such as a human-agent tutorial dialogue system called Auto tutor …

Attention level approximation of a conversation in human-robot vocal interaction using prosodic features of speech
SD Wickramaratne… – Engineering Research …, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… Researchers have developed techniques to determine the affective state using facial expressions, voice, body language, physiological activity and … APPROXIMATION OF ATTENTION LEVEL A. Rules for the Dialog System The characteristics of the human-robot dialog system is …

Natural text to abstract concept mapping for collaborative HRI
U Kara – ipvs.informatik.uni-stuttgart.de
… The dialogue system, that is used to resolve any ambiguity, should be able to ask for specific details of the concept, if information is … Since humans often use body language or gestures as they command, the combination also makes HRI simpler and more intuitive for the user …

Computational Study of Primitive Emotional Contagion in Dyadic Interactions
G Varni, I Hupont, C Clavel… – IEEE Transactions on …, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
Page 1. 1949-3045 (c) 2017 IEEE. Personal use is permitted, but republication/ redistribution requires IEEE permission. See http://www.ieee.org/ publications_standards/publications/rights/index.html for more information. This …

Emotion detection: a technology review
JM Garcia-Garcia, VMR Penichet… – Proceedings of the XVIII …, 2017 – dl.acm.org
… information. Tapping with the foot, crossing the arms, tilting the head, changing our position a lot of times while being sat, etc. Body language reveals what a person is feeling the same way our voice does [22]. However, this …

Affect Aware Ambient Intelligence: Current and Future Directions
C KARYOTIS, F DOCTOR, R IQBAL… – State of the Art in AI …, 2017 – books.google.com
… psychological state. A variety of different modalities have been used as inputs to AC systems including: facial expression; voice; body language and posture; physiology; brain imaging and EEG; text, and multimodal data. The …

Early prediction for physical human robot collaboration in the operating room
T Zhou, JP Wachs – Autonomous Robots, 2017 – Springer
… on explicit requests (eg, uttering the words “scissors”) and implicit requests expressed by body language (eg, leaning forward, evoking a hand … Machine learning techniques have been applied to recognize turn-taking events automatically, mainly for spoken dialog systems …

Look together: using gaze for assisting co-located collaborative search
Y Zhang, K Pfeuffer, MK Chong, J Alexander… – Personal and Ubiquitous …, 2017 – Springer
… In a tourist planning application, Qvarfordt and Zhai applied gaze in a dialogue system [22] … We chose a foot control so that the user’s hands are kept free, enabling natural use of hands for body language during discussion, and to potentially hold on to private items during the …

The structure of extracting a character’s appearance components
JH Yi – International Journal of Arts and Technology, 2017 – inderscienceonline.com
… of information nearly instantaneously through the other person’s visual appearance, including their shape, height, gender, race, physical attractiveness, hair, clothing, makeup, cleanliness, facial hair, age, weight, stance, facial expressions, body language, and movements …

Harnessing cognitive features for sarcasm detection
A Mishra, D Kanojia, S Nagar, K Dey… – arXiv preprint arXiv …, 2017 – arxiv.org
… 1 Introduction Sarcasm is an intensive, indirect and complex con- struct that is often intended to express contempt or ridicule 1. Sarcasm, in speech, is multi-modal, involving tone, body-language and gestures along with linguistic artifacts used in speech …

Multimodal Student Engagement Recognition in Prosocial Games
A Psaltis, KC Apostolakis… – IEEE Transactions on …, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… with contextual information. More specifically, a recent study on dialog systems showed that automatic engagement recognition combining affect with social- behavioral cues outperforms mono-modal solutions [50]. Towards this …

Dialogue Act Recognition for Conversational Agents
LE Hacquebord – 2017 – dspace.library.uu.nl
… Page 21. 2.3. Dialogue System Architecture 9 … Similar to dialogue acts, dialogue moves are actions such as “ask” and “answer” that are performed through natural language utterances and other forms of communication such as body language …

Modeling and Design Analysis of Facial Expressions of Humanoid Social Robots Using Deep Learning Techniques
S Murthy – 2017 – repository.asu.edu
… Gaschler et al. (2012) integrate many nonverbal cues (108 interaction movements) taken from natural hu- man body language. The robot successfully worked as a bartender for extended periods of time with high success rates (91.2% recognition rate.) 3.1.5 Current Research …

Social Agents for Learning in Virtual Environments
LJL Weideveld – 2017 – dspace.library.uu.nl
… Not only verbally, but also in body language. They should show empathy when needed and really know what to say and when to say it … After that, chapter 5 will discuss what a social practice is and why it is a good addition to a rule-based dialogue system …

Tips of Fingers, Tips of Tongues: Emulating Authentic Dialogue in Roleplaying Video Games
S Caskenette – 2017 – digitool.library.mcgill.ca
… Considerations ….. 22 Chapter 2 – Dialogue Systems in Roleplaying Games ….. 44 Chapter 3 –Evaluating Contemporary Dialogue Systems ….. 62 Chapter …

Arabic Speech Recognition Systems
HMM Eljagmani – 2017 – repository.lib.fit.edu
… ` 8 1.3.3 Human comprehension of speech compared to ASR Humans can communicate with speech and body language (signals) such as hand waving, eye movement and postures … It used in pronunciation learning systems, dialogue systems and interactive applications …

Towards a theory of close analysis for dispute mediation discourse
M Janier, C Reed – Argumentation, 2017 – Springer
… However, according to Eisen (1998), in online mediation the misconstruction may come from the part of the mediator: unable to read the body language and feel the tone of the participant, the mediator might wrongly interpret an email, or a silence, and the discussion risks being …

Cognitive computing: Where big data is driving us
AP Appel, H Candello, FL Gandour – Handbook of Big Data Technologies, 2017 – Springer
… Participants were invited to a scenario based design meeting and a catalog of 8 body language poses relevant to emotional states was used as data. Their machine learning algorithms identify individuals body language and …

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I Kabir, K Kindvall – 2017 – uu.diva-portal.org
Page 1. UPTEC STS 17010 Examensarbete 30 hp Juni 2017 Social robots powered by IBM Watson as a support for children with health problems Isak Kabir Kalle Kindvall Page 2. Teknisk- naturvetenskaplig fakultet UTH-enheten …

Intelligent Management of Hierarchical Behaviors Using a NAO Robot as a Vocational Tutor
SS Goenaga Silvera – 2017 – manglar.uninorte.edu.co
Page 1. Universidad del Norte Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Intelligent Management of Hierarchical Behaviors Using a NAO Robot as a Vocational Tutor By Selene Sol Goenaga Silvera MASTER THESIS Advisor Dr. Christian G. Quintero M …

Empathic technologies for distance/mobile learning: An empirical research based on the unified theory of acceptance and use of technology (UTAUT)
P Isaias, F Reis, C Coutinho… – … Technology and Smart …, 2017 – emeraldinsight.com
… humans have to express their own emotions. Humans go largely by body language and by an immensely varied array of facial expressions to let others understand how they are feeling. Furthermore, computers have to be able …

Computer Input of Morse Codes Using Finger Gesture Recognition
R Li – 2017 – aut.researchgateway.ac.nz
… Human interaction often has sound and expression, in addition to the use of natural languages (spoken language, written language), the body language (expression, body … language is very meaningful to enhance the utility of the man-machine interface. Gesture …

Selected Distinguishing Properties of WisTech IGrC Models
A Jankowski – Interactive Granular Computations in Networks and …, 2017 – Springer
This assumption, among others, is understood in such a way that all interactions that are analyzed by us are reduced to physical phenomena.

Audio-Facial Laughter Detection in Naturalistic Dyadic Conversations
BB Turker, Y Yemez, TM Sezgin… – IEEE Transactions on …, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
Page 1. Audio-Facial Laughter Detection in Naturalistic Dyadic Conversations Bekir Berker Turker , Yucel Yemez, T. Metin Sezgin, and Engin Erzin, Senior Member, IEEE Abstract—We address the problem of continuous laughter …

What Hurts? A Pilot Study Investigating Nonverbal Characteristics of Parent Reassurance and Distraction and Child Pain Outcomes
R Moline – 2017 – atrium2.lib.uoguelph.ca
… Other nonverbal channels of communication include facial expressions, vocal cues (how a voice sounds), and body language (postures, gestures). Identifying parent emotions … Body language. Body language, posture and gestures include movements and positioning …

None in Three: The Design and Development of a Violence Prevention Game for the Caribbean Region
D Smith – 2017 – eprints.hud.ac.uk
… An event editor called Actus was developed, which allowed for a multiple-choice dialogue system to communicate a level’s objects, saving … self-reporting interface over time, and that children are more adept at identifying threatening behaviour and body language than other …

HCI from a Discourse Perspective Area: Discourse and Interaction GRACE Deliverable 5.1
R Bod, M Dastani, R Scha, H Zeevat – cogsci.ed.ac.uk
… the le. The system’s response is the appropriate change in the display and the le. As a dialogue system our simpli ed editor is maximally simple. Dialogues consist of user commands followed by system con rmations. The system’s …

Investigating the role of social eye gaze in designing believable virtual characters
M Nixon – 2017 – summit.sfu.ca
Page 1. Investigating the Role of Social Eye Gaze in Designing Believable Virtual Characters by Michael Nixon M.Sc., Simon Fraser University, 2009 B.Sc., Vancouver Island University, 2004 Thesis Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of …

The Cognitive Psychology of Speech-Related Gesture
P Feyereisen – 2017 – taylorfrancis.com
… ways: through the tone of voice, as when one moans; through gesture, as one makes a sign for approaching or withdrawing; and through speech, either articulate or written [emphases in origi- nal].” Nonetheless, the number of scientists interested in body language, nonver- bal …

Facial emotion recognition with transition detection for students with high-functioning autism in adaptive e-learning
HC Chu, WWJ Tsai, MJ Liao, YM Chen – Soft Computing, 2017 – Springer
… Emotion is expressed in many different forms, including though facial expressions, body language, and vocalizations; among these, 55% of emotional information is conveyed by facial features (Mehrabian and Wiener 1967) …

Sorry, what was your name again?: How to Use a Social Robot to Simulate Alzheimer’s Disease and Exploring the Effects on its Interlocutors
M Kanov – 2017 – diva-portal.org
… First, it is important to be quiet during the conversation and eventual noises such as coming from the TV or radio should be reduced. One should also add body language, ie gestures and facial expressions to the speech, to clarify what is meant …

Evaluating real-time gaze representations to infer intentions in competitive turn-based strategy games
J Newn, E Velloso, F Allison, Y Abdelrahman… – Proceedings of the …, 2017 – dl.acm.org
… By monitoring an oppo- nent’s body language, facial expressions and gaze direction, a player can infer their next moves or call their bluffs … Qvarfordt and Zhai ap- plied gaze in a dialogue system, where a remote assistant is able to detect the interest of a remote user through their …

Sensor-based learning support
J Schneider – 2017 – dspace.ou.nl
… Body Language Analysis 55 … The research presented in this dissertation was partially funded by the Metalogue pro- ject 2. The main goals of this project were to design a dialogue system with metacogni- tive capabilities that is based on natural spoken language and multimodal …

Dissertations in Forestry and Natural Sciences
RG HAUTAMÄKI – epublications.uef.fi
Page 1. Dissertations in Forestry and Natural Sciences D IS S E R T A T IO N S | R O S AG O N Z Á L E ZH A U T A M Ä K I | H U M A N -IN D U C E DV O IC EM O D IF IC A T IO NA N DS P E A K E R … | N o 29 0 ROSA GONZÁLEZ HAUTAMÄKI …

From Embracing Eternity to Riding the Bull: Representations of Homosexuality and Gender in the Video Game Series Mass Effect and Dragon Age
KJ Østby – 2017 – duo.uio.no
… 245 The Player Character ….. 246 Dialogue Systems ….. 247 Companion Interactions and Relationship Systems ….. 249 …

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