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Development of a Tour–Guide Robot Using Dialogue Models and a Cognitive Architecture H Avilés, M Alvarado-González, E Venegas… – Advances in Artificial …, 2010 – Springer … The dialogue system of the Karlsruhe humanoid robot [10] coordinates object manipulation, localization, recognition and tracking of a user, recognition of gaze and pointing gestures, and interactive learning of dialogues. … 3 A Cognitive Architecture Oriented towards HCI … Cited by 7 Related articles All 3 versions

[PDF] from dfki.de [PDF] Towards Augmenting Dialogue Strategy Management with Multimodal Sub-Symbolic Context? P Baxter, H Cuayáhuitl, R Wood, I Kruijff-Korbayová… – 2012 – dfki.de … In this approach, a hierarchy of learning agents optimise a set of policies, rather than a unitary dialogue system policy … Firstly, the proposed association mechanism assumes that there is a functioning cognitive architecture upon which the associative mechanisms can operate: the … View as HTML

[PDF] from sepln.org [PDF] Evaluation of Dialogue System for Children based on an Interaction-Oriented Cognitive Architecture E Venegas-Briones, I Meza-Ruiz… – … de Lenguaje Natural, 2010 – journal.sepln.org Abstract: This paper presents a full evaluation of the “Guess the card” system with final  users. This is a multimodal dialogue system in a permanent stand in the Universum Science  Museum whose main users are children. We summarise the applied evaluation … Related articles View as HTML All 10 versions

Toward a situation model in a cognitive architecture SM Rodgers, CW Myers, J Ball, MD Freiman – Computational & …, 2012 – Springer … Toward a situation model in a cognitive architecture Stuart … members. This paper introduces an approach to dynamically represent situation information within the ACT-R cognitive architecture in the context of a synthetic teammate project. … Related articles

Specification and evaluation of a spanish conversational system using dialogue models I Meza, L Salinas, E Venegas, H Castellanos… – Advances in Artificial …, 2010 – Springer … 353 5 Evaluation Evaluation is essential for designing, developing and optimizing spoken dialogue systems. … The architecture of the system is based on a cognitive architecture for multimodal Human-Computer Interaction (HCI). … Cited by 11 Related articles All 3 versions

Modeling Medical Diagnosis Using a Comprehensive Cognitive Architecture S Strain, S Franklin – Journal of Healthcare Engineering, 2011 – Multi-Science Page 1. Modeling Medical Diagnosis Using a Comprehensive Cognitive Architecture Stephen … instruction. Keywords: medical diagnosis; artificial intelligence in medicine; cognitive architecture; clinical decision support system … Cited by 1 Related articles

[PDF] from umich.edu Towards Situated, Interactive, Instructable Agents in a Cognitive Architecture S Mohan, JE Laird – 2011 AAAI Fall Symposium Series, 2011 – aaai.org … Our work is an extension to this work and looks at the general issue of designing instructable agents in a cognitive architecture. … We are interested in agents that are more than a dialog system, we are looking at agents that can maintain a dialog as they act and learn in the … Cited by 2 Related articles All 6 versions

[PDF] from sbri.fr Towards a Platform-Independent Cooperative Human Robot Interaction System: III. An Architecture for Learning and Executing Actions and Shared Plans S Lallée, U Pattacini, S Lemaignan, A Lenz… – 2011 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … 1) EgoSphere The first layer of abstraction between the sensory perception system and the higher level cognitive architecture and motor … Management is provided by the CSLU Toolkit [32] Rapid Application Development (RAD) state- based dialog system which combines state … Cited by 1 Related articles All 5 versions

[PDF] from 204.14.132.173 Cognitive niches: An ecological model of strategy selection. JN Marewski, LJ Schooler – Psychological review, 2011 – psycnet.apa.org APA PsycNET Our Apologies! – The following features are not available with your current Browser configuration. – alerts user that their session is about to expire – display, print, save, export, and email selected records – get My … Cited by 14 Related articles All 9 versions

Dialogue model specification and interpretation for intelligent multimodal HCI L Pineda, I Meza, L Salinas – Advances in Artificial Intelligence–IBERAMIA …, 2010 – Springer … González, M., Venegas, E., Rascón, C., Meza, I., Pineda, LA: Development of a Tour-Guide Robot Using Dialogue Models and a Cognitive Architecture. … 3), 243–281 (1988) 8. Meza, I., Pérez-Pavón, P., Salinas, L., Avilés, H., Pineda, LA: A Multimodal Dialogue System for Playing … Cited by 9 Related articles All 3 versions

[PDF] from uio.no [PDF] A basic cognitive system for interactive continuous learning of visual concepts D Skocaj, M Janicek, M Kristan, GJM Kruijff… – Proceedings of the ICRA …, 2010 – ifi.uio.no … The beliefs, being high-level symbolic representations available for the whole cognitive architecture, provide a unified model of the environment which can be efficiently used when interacting with … The vision subarchitecture can pose clarification requests to the dialogue system. … Cited by 7 Related articles View as HTML All 9 versions

[PDF] from laas.fr Towards a platform-independent cooperative human-robot interaction system: II. Perception, execution and imitation of goal directed actions S Lallée, U Pattacini, JD Boucher… – … Robots and Systems …, 2011 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … Perception The first layer of abstraction between the sensory perception systems and the higher level cognitive architecture and motor … spoken language interaction with the CSLU Toolkit [38] Rapid Application Development (RAD) state-based dialog system which combines … Cited by 7 Related articles All 9 versions

[PDF] from 192.5.53.208 A Cognitive Model for Collaborative Agents G Ferguson, J Allen – 2011 AAAI Fall Symposium Series, 2011 – aaai.org … Our contribution here is a practical system for collaborative planning and communication cast within a fairly typical cognitive architecture. We are implementing the model in the context of practical dialogue systems for mixed-initiative decision support. … Related articles All 10 versions

[HTML] from nih.gov [HTML] A Cognitive Architecture for Simulating Bodies and Minds S Nirenburg, M McShane, S Beale… – AMIA Annual …, 2011 – ncbi.nlm.nih.gov … We have developed a cognitive architecture that stands … ways: it pursues a finer-grain size of description and broader-coverage approach to knowledge-based, language-oriented language processing than most others (the closest comparison is with the dialog systems of James … Related articles All 8 versions

[PDF] from laas.fr [PDF] Towards a platform-independent cooperative human-robot interaction system: I. perception S Lallée, S Lemaignan, A Lenz… – The 2010 IEEE/RSJ …, 2010 – homepages.laas.fr … 1) EgoSphere The first layer of abstraction between the sensory perception systems, the higher level cognitive architecture and motor … language interaction is provided by the CSLU Toolkit [20] Rapid Application Development (RAD) state-based dialog system which combines … Cited by 13 Related articles View as HTML All 4 versions

[PDF] from hantw.com [PDF] Fusing symbolic and decision-theoretic problem solving+ perception in a graphical cognitive architecture J Chen, A Demski, T Han, LP Morency… – Proceedings of the 2nd …, 2011 – hantw.com … [3] RC Murray, K. Vanlehn, and J. Mostow. A decision-theoretic architecture for selecting tutorial discourse actions. In Proceedings of the AI-ED 2001 Workshop on Tutorial Dialogue Systems, 2001. … [6] PS Rosenbloom. Rethinking cognitive architecture via graphical models. … Cited by 3 Related articles View as HTML All 9 versions

Spatial Cognition: Reasoning, Action, Interaction C Freksa, H Schultheis, K Schill, T Tenbrink… – KI-Künstliche …, 2010 – Springer … Although working memory representations and pro- cesses are the main focus in Casimir, working memory is combined with additional components such that Casimir as a whole constitutes a comprehensive cognitive architecture (see Fig. … 2.3 Interaction with Dialogue Systems … Cited by 1 Related articles All 3 versions

[PDF] from darkdaily.com Heterogeneous artificial agents for triage nurse assistance DM Wilkes, S Franklin, E Erdemir… – … ), 2010 10th IEEE- …, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … The LIDA computational cognitive architecture is derived from the LIDA cognitive model. … [40] Franklin, S., & Jones, D. A Triage Information Agent (TIA) based on the IDA Technology Paper presented at the AAAI Fall Symposium on Dialogue Systems for Health Communication. … Related articles All 4 versions

[PDF] from cmu.edu [PDF] Modeling of Modality Selection in Multimodal Human-Computer Interaction S Schaffer – Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on …, 2010 – act-r.psy.cmu.edu … towards my PhD, where I am developing user models for the simulation of interaction between users and multimodal dialogue systems. … Currently the employee search task including a shortcut via speech input is modeled with the cognitive architecture ACT-R (Anderson & … Related articles View as HTML All 2 versions

[PDF] from uni-bielefeld.de Middleware for incremental processing in conversational agents D Schlangen, T Baumann, H Buschmeier… – Proceedings of the 11th …, 2010 – dl.acm.org … the presented framework consistently as a network communication layer, we are currently modelling an entire cognitive architecture for virtual … Jindigo is a Java-based framework for implement- ing and experimenting with incremental dialogue systems currently being developed … Cited by 18 Related articles All 19 versions

[PDF] from ajou.ac.kr INDIGO project: personality and dialogue enabled cognitive robots V Karkaletsis, S Konstantopoulos, D Bilidas… – Proceedings of the 3rd …, 2010 – dl.acm.org … Keywords Dialogue Systems, Cognitive Architecture, Natual language pro- cessing 1. INTRODUCTION A key enabling technology for next-generation robots for the ser- vice, domestic and entertainment market is Human-Robot-Interaction. … Related articles All 2 versions

[PDF] from becker-asano.de Affective computing with primary and secondary emotions in a virtual human C Becker-Asano, I Wachsmuth – Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent …, 2010 – Springer … In [25], however, Damasio’s work is less central and they follow the ideas of Scherer [41]. Their central idea of “appraisal frames” is based on the EMA model [26] and eleven of Scherer’s sixteen appraisal dimensions are modeled for integration in the Soar cognitive architecture. … Cited by 39 Related articles All 11 versions

[PDF] from google.com Better to be frustrated than bored: The incidence, persistence, and impact of learners’ cognitive–affective states during interactions with three different computer-based … RSJ Baker, SK D’Mello, MMT Rodrigo… – International Journal of …, 2010 – Elsevier We study the incidence (rate of occurrence), persistence (rate of reoccurrence immediately after occurrence), and impact (effect on behavior) of students’ cog. Cited by 45 Related articles All 10 versions

A Spontaneous Topic Change of Dialogue for Conversational Agent Based on Human Cognition and Memory S Lim, K Oh, SB Cho – Agents and Artificial Intelligence, 2011 – Springer … GWT is a simple cognitive architecture that was developed to account qualitatively for a large set of matched pairs of conscious and unconscious processes. … Lim, S., Cho, S.-B.: CAML: Conversational agent markup language for application- independent dialogue system. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions

[PDF] from plym.ac.uk [PDF] Long-term human-robot interaction with young users P Baxter, T Belpaeme, L Cañamero, P Cosi… – IEEE/ACM Human- …, 2011 – tech.plym.ac.uk … These implementations implicitly have mem- ory as a separable and passive storage element that is essentially dissociable from the cognitive architecture. … The effect of dialogue system output style variation on users’ evaluation judgements and input style. … Cited by 8 Related articles View as HTML All 3 versions

Contextual semantic processing for a spanish dialogue system using markov logic A Fabian, M Hernandez, L Pineda, I Meza – Advances in Artificial …, 2011 – Springer … Context is a complex concept in dialogue systems. … We base our contextual information on dialogues models as defined by the Interaction-Oriented Cognitive Architecture (IOCA) [7]. In this approach, dia- logue models are representations of conversational protocols which are … Related articles All 2 versions

[PDF] from wilsonwong.me A cognitive framework for robot guides in art collections D Vogiatzis, V Karkaletsis – Universal Access in the Information Society, 2011 – Springer … An initial implementation of a dialogue system realising this cognitive model is presented. main ontology. Keywords HCI Á Dialogue system Á Cognitive architecture Á Recommender system Á Explanations 1 Introduction The … Related articles All 6 versions

[PDF] from tum.de [PDF] Evolution of attention mechanisms for early visual processing T Müller, A Knoll – Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers ( …, 2011 – in.tum.de … Page 3. Figure 1. The JAST human-robot dialog system. 3. DESIGN OF SALIENCY UNITS … Furthermore, we believe the system is in general able to tune towards any kind of object for recognition if sufficient feedback is supplied from higher levels of cognitive architecture. … Related articles View as HTML All 7 versions

[PDF] from upenn.edu Rich socio-cognitive agents for immersive training environments: case of NonKin Village BG Silverman, D Pietrocola, B Nye, N Weyer… – Autonomous Agents and …, 2012 – Springer Page 1. Auton Agent Multi-Agent Syst (2012) 24:312–343 DOI 10.1007/s10458-011- 9167-4 Rich socio-cognitive agents for immersive training environments: case of NonKin Village Barry G. Silverman · David Pietrocola · Ben … Cited by 1 Related articles All 4 versions

[PDF] from dtic.mil The synthetic teammate project J Ball, C Myers, A Heiberg, NJ Cooke… – Computational & …, 2010 – Springer … S. Rodgers AGS TechNet, Dayton, OH, USA e-mail: stu@agstechnet.com Page 2. 272 J. Ball et al. mate, is being developed in the ACT-R cognitive architecture. … Models developed within a cognitive architecture are empirically validated against human data. … Cited by 16 Related articles Library Search All 10 versions

[PDF] from uio.no Situated dialogue processing for human-robot interaction GJM Kruijff, P Lison, T Benjamin, H Jacobsson… – Cognitive …, 2010 – Springer … There are marked points at which it can be further interpreted, either within the dialogue system or beyond it. … This knowledge is represented in the cognitive architecture as a cross-modal salience model of the situated context. … Cited by 18 Related articles All 9 versions

[PDF] from uio.no [PDF] Belief modelling for situation awareness in human-robot interaction P Lison, C Ehrler, GJM Kruijff – 19th IEEE International Symposium, 2010 – folk.uio.no … 3 Architecture 3.1 Global schema Our approach is being developed as part of a distributed cognitive architecture for autonomous robots in open-ended environments [9]. … refine update Fig. 2. Schema of the cognitive architecture in relation with the binder 10 Page 11. … Cited by 11 Related articles View as HTML All 11 versions

[HTML] from isrn.com [HTML] A Modular System Oriented to the Design of Versatile Knowledge Bases for Chatbots G Pilato, A Augello, S Gaglio – ISRN Artificial Intelligence, 2012 – isrn.com … are dialogue systems based on a pattern matching mechanism between user queries and a set of rules defined in their knowledge base. In this work we show the evolution of a previously developed model of conversational agent [5, 6]. The cognitive architecture evolved into a … Related articles Cached All 4 versions

[PDF] from uni-bielefeld.de [PDF] Cognitively Motivated Episodic Memory for a Virtual Guide F Rabe, I Wachsmuth – 2012 – techfak.uni-bielefeld.de … Springer. Nuxoll, AM and Laird, JE (2007). Extending cognitive architecture with episodic memory. … Episodic memory for com- panion dialogue. In Proceedings of the 2010 Work- shop on Companionable Dialogue Systems, pages 1– 6, Uppsala, Sweden. ACL. … Related articles View as HTML All 3 versions

[PDF] from roboticsproceedings.org An interaction design framework for social robots DF Glas, S Satake, T Kanda… – Robotics: Science and …, 2012 – books.google.com … [10] [11] [12] [31] [32] [33] [34] [35] T. Matsui, et al.,“Integrated natural spoken dialogue system of Jijo … JG Trafton, MD Bugajska, BR Fransen, and RM Ratwani, “Integrating vision and audition within a cognitive architecture to track conversations,” 3rd ACM/IEEE Annual Conference … Cited by 2 Related articles All 4 versions

[PDF] from usc.edu Affect-sensitive Virtual Standardized Patient Interface System TD Parsons – Technology Integration in Higher Education: Social …, 2011 – books.google.com … Complex agents can be created using a cognitive architecture that reason about plans and actions and integrate a dialog manager and emotion model. Simple agents can be created with Figure 1. Virtual patient data flow diagram 203 Page 229. … Cited by 2 Related articles All 8 versions

[PDF] from crowdresearch.org [PDF] Leveraging Online Virtual Agents to Crowdsource Human-Robot Interaction N DePalma, S Chernova, C Breazeal – 2011 – crowdresearch.org … community to deliver more complex, interrelated data to train robots in the real world, in effect accelerating the develop- ment of a robot’s cognitive architecture. … The diversity and size of this space far surpasses that of most pre-coded dialog systems for human-robot interaction. … Related articles View as HTML All 4 versions

Interpretation and generation incremental management in natural interaction systems D del Valle-Agudo, J Calle-Gómez… – Interacting with …, 2012 – Elsevier … Full-size table. 4. Cognitive architecture for advanced turn-taking. This section describes the LaBDA-Interactor System’s architecture as a framework for our proposal. … Full-size image (45K) Fig. 1. Cognitive architecture for a natural interaction system. View thumbnail images. … Related articles All 2 versions

A Modular Architecture for Adaptive ChatBots G Pilato, A Augello, S Gaglio – Semantic Computing (ICSC), …, 2011 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … [2] JR Anderson, “Using brain imaging to guide the development of a cognitive architecture,” in In WD Gray (Ed.), Integrated Models of Cognitive Systems, New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2007, pp. 49–62. … [7] S. Larsson, “Dialogue systems: Simulations or interfaces?” in … Cited by 2 Related articles All 4 versions

[PDF] from soartech.com A multi-modal intelligent user interface for supervisory control of unmanned platforms G Taylor, R Frederiksen, J Crossman… – … and Systems (CTS), …, 2012 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … This is some- what similar to the “agent-based” approaches of some conver- sational dialogue systems [16, 17]. However, rather than multi- ple agents providing services as seen in other systems, the Soar Cognitive Architecture provides the main unifying framework for SID’s … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions

[PDF] from narotama.ac.id A mixed-initiative approach to interactive robot tutoring I Lütkebohle, J Peltason, L Schillingmann… – Towards Service Robots …, 2012 – Springer … This paper focuses on the cognitive architecture of the overall system. … Through a dialog system and speech recognition, the human partner is collaborating with the robot in a peer-to-peer fashion to provide missing knowledge and error correction. Page 3. … Cited by 2 Related articles All 5 versions

Inconsistency as a diagnostic tool in a society of intelligent agents M McShane, S Beale, S Nirenburg, B Jarrell… – Artificial Intelligence in …, 2012 – Elsevier … The OntoAgent cognitive architecture, along with its extensive suite of knowledge resources an processors, is sufficient to support sophisticated agent … Most dialog systems cover narrow domains of discourse and encode only those lexical elements that pertain to a domain, thus … Related articles All 4 versions

[PDF] from soartech.com [PDF] Formative evaluation of an IUI for supervisory control of CGFs G Taylor, B Stensrud, J Maddox, HE Aycock – Ann Arbor, 2011 – soartech.com … These three components are implemented in the Soar Cognitive Architecture (Wray and Jones 2005), which enables the fast application of different kinds of knowledge (eg, domain knowledge, how to communicate, how to interpret … The CommandTalk Spoken Dialogue System. … Cited by 2 Related articles View as HTML

[PDF] from unam.mx [PDF] Language models for name recognition in spanish spoken dialogue systems G Tapia, IV Meza, LA Pineda – Proceedings of MICAI-2010, M, 2010 – golem.iimas.unam.mx … Automatic Induction of Language Model Data for a Spoken Dialogue System. Proc. … Granada, 1998. 4. Avilés, H., Alvarado-González, M., Venegas, E., Rascón, C., Meza, I., Pineda, L. A.: Development of a Tour–Guide Robot Using Dialogue Models and a Cognitive Architecture. … Cited by 1 Related articles View as HTML All 2 versions

Episodic-like memory for cognitive robots D Stachowicz, GM Kruijff – Autonomous Mental Development, …, 2012 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … Based on this analysis, conceptual and technical requirements for an episodic-like memory for cognitive robots are specified. The article provides a formal design that meets these requirements, and discusses its full implementation in a cognitive architecture for mobile robots. … Cited by 1 Related articles

Mindreading as a foundational skill for socially intelligent robots C Breazeal, J Gray, M Berin – Robotics Research, 2011 – Springer … of a principled organization of mental states such as beliefs and intentions that underly the ac- tor’s recipe-for-action [9]. This logical framework has been applied to symbolic domains such as collaborative dialog systems, but is not … 2 Self-as-Simulator Cognitive Architecture … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions

A model of shortcut usage in multimodal human-computer interaction S Schaffer, R Schleicher, S Möller – Digital Human Modeling, 2011 – Springer … MeMo incorporates a general user simulation framework, applicable to different kinds and classes of systems, such as spoken dialog systems and graphical user interfaces (GUIs). … Both tasks have been modeled with the cognitive architecture ACT-R [15]. … Related articles All 3 versions

[PDF] from uni-bremen.de OMEGA: Resource-Adaptive Processes in an Automated Reasoning System S Autexier, C Benzmüller, D Dietrich… – Resource-Adaptive …, 2010 – Springer … from several subfields of AI including knowledge representation and reasoning, cognitive archi- tectures and multi-agent systems, human computer interaction and user interfaces, as well as machine learning, intelligent tutor systems and finally dialog systems with natural … Related articles All 6 versions

[PDF] from shiwali.me [PDF] Learning Grounded Language through Situated Interactive Instruction S Mohan, A Mininger, J Kirk, JE Laird – 2012 – shiwali.me … language dialog. Our approach has been instantiated in a cognitive architecture, Soar, and has been deployed on a table-top robotic arm capable of picking up small objects. A … Basics of Soar Cognitive Architecture Figure 1 shows … Related articles View as HTML

[PDF] from researchgate.net Cognitive Architectures and Autonomy: A Comparative Review KR Thórisson, HP Helgasson – Journal of Artificial General Intelligence, 2012 – Versita … The Ymir cognitive architecture was created with the goal of endowing artificial agents with human-like communicative and manipulation capabilities in the form of embodied multimodal … Ng-Thow-Hing et al., 2009) and dialogue systems with human-like adaptive capabilities (cf. … Related articles All 2 versions

Socially situated affective systems S Payr, P Wallis – Emotion-Oriented Systems, 2011 – Springer … are used to illustrate some aspects of what is socially done with language, which allows us to shed light on problems of acceptance of dialogue systems and requirements for … There is no value for dominance to be mapped, but ‘the BDI interpreter of the cognitive architecture … … Cited by 2 Related articles

[PDF] from uio.no A salience-driven approach to speech recognition for human-robot interaction P Lison – Interfaces: Explorations in Logic, Language and …, 2010 – Springer … The approach we present in this paper is fully implemented and integrated into a distributed cognitive architecture for autonomous robots (see [7]). The … Landragin, F.: Visual perception, language and gesture: A model for their un- derstanding in multimodal dialogue systems. … Cited by 2 Related articles All 21 versions

Evaluating Multimodal Systems C Kühnel – Quantifying Quality Aspects of Multimodal Interactive …, 2012 – Springer … to a large extent” but that “with the technical advances and market growth in the Spoken Language Dialogue System (SLDS) field … to Kieras (2003) there are currently three main approaches to model- based evaluation: task network models, cognitive architecture models and …

Sharing Emotions and Space–Empathy as a Basis for Cooperative Spatial Interaction H Boukricha, N Nguyen, I Wachsmuth – Intelligent Virtual Agents, 2011 – Springer … [7] introduced a dialogue system which provides the … The Virtual Human Max has a cognitive architecture composed of a Belief-Desire- Intention (BDI) module [16] and of an emotion simulation module [3]. Based on domain- specific as well as domain-independent appraisal … Related articles All 4 versions

JAM: Java-based Associative Memory R Pröpper, F Putze, T Schultz – … its Integration in Spoken Dialogue Systems …, 2011 – Springer … A mod- eling of concept drift for dialog systems therefore requires a dynamic model of this information. … The virtual human proposed by Kenny et al. [7] is able to generate realistic human behavior in a simulation environment with the help of the cognitive architecture SOAR. … Related articles All 2 versions

A Computational Architecture for Modeling Emotional Behavior in Synthetic Agent JW Hu, L Feng, QJ Yin, HJ Deng – Computer Modeling and …, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … In Christian Becker’s work [8], he presented a cognitive architecture for emotion simulation that combines cognitive and dimensional emotion theories. … In Workshop on Affective Dialogue Systems, pages 154–165, 2004. [9] William James. What is an emotion? … Cited by 1 Related articles All 3 versions

Modeling the behavior of users who are confronted with security mechanisms S Möller, N Ben-Asher, KP Engelbrecht, R Englert… – Computers & …, 2011 – Elsevier … The cognitive architecture then describes the elementary actions, the resources and the time necessary for carrying out the task. … The approach has proven successful for analyzing spoken dialog systems (Engelbrecht et al., 2009) as well as graphical user interfaces (Feuerstack … Cited by 3 Related articles All 2 versions

[PDF] from aclweb.org Towards relational POMDPs for adaptive dialogue management P Lison – ACL 2010, 2010 – dl.acm.org … That is, instead of generating an exhaustive list of possible actions, the dialogue system can initially consider all actions as admissible, and the rules can then be used to … The dia- logue manager is being implemented as part of a larger cognitive architecture for talking robots. … Cited by 2 Related articles All 21 versions

Use of Hypermedia to Assess and Convey Self-Regulated Learning R Azevedo, A Johnson, A Chanucey… – Handbook of self- …, 2011 – books.google.com … While there is no predefined or typical cycle, most learning involves re-cycling through the cognitive architecture until a clear definition of the task has been created. … How do they demonstrate their interventions (eg, verbal, conversation, dialogue system, mixed-initiative)? … Cited by 11 Related articles

Mechanism, modulation, and expression of empathy in a virtual human H Boukricha, I Wachsmuth – … Computational Intelligence (WACI …, 2011 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … values (dominant vs. submissive). Similar to the virtual human MAX, EMMA has a cognitive architecture composed of an emotion simulation module [7] and a Belief-Desire-Intention (BDI) module [20]. The emotion simulation … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions

[BOOK] Modern Approaches in Applied Intelligence: 24th International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Other Applications of Applied Intelligent Systems, … KG Mehrotra, CK Mohan, JC Oh, PK Varshney, M Ali – 2011 – books.google.com Page 1. Kishan G. Mehrotra Chilukuri K. Mohan Jae C. Oh Pramod K. Varshney Moonis AH (Eds.) Modern Approaches in Applied Intelligenc 24th International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Other Applications of … Related articles Library Search All 6 versions

Performance gains from speech-enhanced simulation in military flying training B Bell, S Billington, W Bennett Jr… – The Journal of …, 2010 – dms.sagepub.com … syn- thetic agents in domains such as air traffic control.37 A similar approach using the ACT-R cognitive architecture demonstrated speech … and scenario controls, intelligent agents that play the part of the RSU, IP, and other pilots, a speech dialog system that interprets user … Cited by 2 Related articles All 3 versions

Interacting with Emotion and Memory Enabled Virtual Characters and Social Robots Z Kasap, N Magnenat-Thalmann – Modeling Machine Emotions for …, 2010 – Springer … ISAC’s cognitive architecture is de- signed to be able to learn appropriate behaviour through interaction with its environment. … In: van Kuppevelt, J., Dybkjaer, L., Bernsen, N. (eds.) Advances in Natural, Multimodal Dialogue Systems, pp. 256–284. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 3 versions

Anticipation in human-robot interaction G Hoffman – AAAI Spring Symposium Series, 2010 – aaai.org … perception-action paradigm, and the discretized modeling of decision making, which is at the base of most interactive reasoning and dialog systems in AI … To that end, we developed a cognitive architecture based on the principles of anticipatory top-down perceptual simulation. … Cited by 2 Related articles All 2 versions

[PDF] from archives-ouvertes.fr Another interpretation of stigmergy for product-driven systems architecture R Pannequin, A Thomas – Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing, 2012 – Springer … The EPCGlobal architecture proposes to store an identifier on the product, and introduces the concept of object name server (ONS) to locate the database server where the product data are, while the Dialog system (Kärkkäinen et al. … Related articles All 4 versions

[PDF] from dr-nikolaos-mavridis.com Artificial Agents Entering Social Networks N Mavridis – A Networked Self, 2011 – books.google.com … another important dimension is that of the apparent perceived Identity of the agent; the profile information, linguistic style, dialogue system, posted pictures … A recent example of a hierarchical multi-agent cognitive architecture is, for example, EM-1 (Singh, 2006), where the idea of … Related articles All 5 versions

[PDF] from tuwien.ac.at [PDF] From visualization to visually enabled reasoning J Meyer, J Thomas, S Diehl, B Fisher… – Scientific …, 2010 – cvast.tuwien.ac.at … chunks”. In this view, cognition cross-cuts levels of the perception/decision/action hierarchy, and can best be examined within the framework of abilities and constraints that make up the human cognitive architecture. Interactive … Cited by 4 Related articles View as HTML All 17 versions

[PDF] from archives-ouvertes.fr Modeling Tutoring Knowledge J Bourdeau, M Grandbastien – Advances in Intelligent Tutoring Systems, 2010 – Springer … permission) The issue regarding architecture arises from the following questions and relates is to the paradigms used to create the IT’S: 1) Which cognitive architecture would be the most beneficial in the view of the designer? … Cited by 1 Related articles All 6 versions

Cognitive memory for semantic agents in Robotic interaction S Dourlens, A Ramdane-Cherif – Cognitive Informatics (ICCI), …, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … III. COGNITIVE ARCHITECTURE FOR ROBOTICS As you can see on the figure 2, semantic services are standard agents able to create … [8] Landragin Frédéric, Denis A., Ricci A., Romary L. (2004) Multimodal meaning representation for generic dialogue systems architectures. … Related articles All 2 versions

On artificial agents within human social networks: Examples, open questions, and potentialities N Mavridis – … Ecosystems and Technologies (DEST), 2010 4th …, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … role, another important dimension is that of the apparent perceived Identity of the agent; the profile information, linguistic style, dialogue system, posted pictures … A recent example of a hierarchical multi-agent cognitive architecture is for example EM-1 [23], where the idea of higher … Related articles

[PDF] from wku.edu Improving human-agent conversations by accessing contextual knowledge from wikipedia A Breuing – Web Intelligence and Intelligent Agent Technology ( …, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … The agent is based on a cognitive architecture featuring a general-purpose deliberation component that constantly strives to fulfill persistent goals by … The agent’s verbal communication is realized by a dialog system situated in the deliberative component of the system (see Fig. … Cited by 2 Related articles All 6 versions

A Computational Model of Personality S Karimi, MR Kangavari – Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2012 – Elsevier … has had a long history of active researches during the recent 20 years and is a psychologically plausible cognitive architecture. … as in: virtual reality, computer game characters, agent secretaries, life-like characters, affective user interfaces, dialogue systems, intelligent tutoring …

[PDF] from psu.edu Imitating object movement skills with robots—A task-level approach exploiting generalization and invariance M Gienger, M Muhlig, JJ Steil – Intelligent Robots and Systems ( …, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … tasks has been proposed in [1]. They incorporate active vision, gestural instruction and a dialog system and couple these elements with a hierarchical movement gen- eration system. In [2], similar sub-systems are used, but integrated in a three-layered cognitive architecture. … Cited by 4 Related articles All 14 versions

Situating spatial language and the role of ontology: issues and outlook J Bateman – Language and Linguistics Compass, 2010 – Wiley Online Library Skip to Main Content. … Cited by 6 Related articles

[BOOK] Robust processing of spoken situated dialogue: a study in human-robot interaction P Lison – 2010 – books.google.com … two problems – ill-formed and/or misrecognised speech inputs – raises a major challenge to the development of robust dialogue systems. … the algorithms presented in this thesis are fully implemented, and inte- grated as part of a distributed cognitive architecture for autonomous … Cited by 1 Related articles Library Search All 2 versions

[PDF] from dfki.de Call for Participation P Inferences, D Logics, A Reality, S Cities, S Traffic… – 2012 – Springer … The cognitive architecture ACT- R (Anderson, 2007) is a framework that integrates general psychological assumptions, developed by hundreds of psy- chologists. … Dialog Systems that think along—do they really under- stand me? … All 7 versions

[PDF] from gatech.edu Task transparency in learning by demonstration: gaze, pointing, and dialog NB dePalma – 2010 – smartech.gatech.edu … 16 4.3 Software Cognitive Architecture . . . . . 17 … 3 Page 13. pointing and a basic dialog system) and show that these basic techniques will allow the human teacher to shape the goal better than the baseline interaction alone. I … Related articles Library Search

[PDF] from yimg.com A computational neural model of goal-directed utterance selection M Klein, H Kamp, G Palm, K Doya – Neural Networks, 2010 – Elsevier … This cognitive architecture is tested in a number of multi-agent game simulations. In these computational experiments an agent learns to predict the context-dependent effects of utterances by interacting with other agents that are already competent speakers. … Related articles All 6 versions

[PDF] from thinkmind.org Interacting with Navigation Devices: A Case Study J Calle, E Albacete, E Sánchez… – ACHI 2012, The Fifth …, 2012 – thinkmind.org … Each particular knowledge distribution depicts an NI cognitive architecture, several examples of which being found in the literature [16]. These models … 10] Hofs, D, Theune, M, Akke, R. Natural interaction with a virtual guide in a virtual environment: A multimodal dialogue system. … Related articles

Multi-modal learning D Sko?caj, M Kristan, A Vrecko, A Leonardis… – Cognitive …, 2010 – books.google.com Page 273. 7 Multi-modal Learning Danijel Sko?caj1, Matej Kristan1, Alen Vre?cko1, Ale?s Leonardis1, Mario Fritz2, Michael Stark2, Bernt Schiele2, Somboon Hongeng3, and Jeremy L. Wyatt3 1 VICOS Lab, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia first. last@ fri. uni-lj. … Cited by 1 Related articles

Multi-modal Learning D Skocaj, M Kristan, A Vrecko, A Leonardis, M Fritz… – Cognitive …, 2010 – Springer Page 1. 7 Multi-modal Learning Danijel Skocaj1, Matej Kristan1, Alen Vrecko1, Aleš Leonardis1, Mario Fritz2, Michael Stark2, Bernt Schiele2, Somboon Hongeng3, and Jeremy L. Wyatt3 1 VICOS Lab, University of Ljubljana … Related articles

Cross-Disciplinary Reflections: Philosophical Robotics A Sloman – Cognitive Systems, 2010 – Springer … Unfortunately, it was not possible in the time available to meet these architectural requirements, except in restricted ad hoc fashion, though the dialogue system (Chapter 8) presupposed some of them, and the Explorer system (Chapter 10) used SLAM techniques to represent … Related articles All 2 versions

Cross-Disciplinary Re?ections: Philosophical Robotics A Sloman – Cognitive Systems, 2010 – books.google.com … Unfortunately, it was not possible in the time available to meet these architectural requirements, except in restricted ad hoc fashion, though the dialogue system (Chapter 8) presupposed some of them, and the Explorer system (Chapter 10) used SLAM techniques to represent … Related articles

[BOOK] The interactive stance J Ginzburg – 2012 – books.google.com Page 1. The Interactive Stance Meaning for Conversation Jonathan Ginzburg Page 2. OXFORD The Interactive Stance Meaning for Conversation Jonathan Ginzburg Page 3. The Interactive Stance Page 4. This page intentionally left blank Page 5. … Cited by 34 Related articles Library Search All 2 versions

[PDF] from dai-labor.de [PDF] Towards An Enhanced Semantic Approach For Automatic Usability Evaluation P Steinnökel, C Scheel, M Quade… – Proc. of the Computational …, 2011 – dai-labor.de … [5] K. Engelbrecht, M. Quade, and S. Möller, “Analysis of a new simulation approach to dialog system evaluation,” Speech Communication, vol. 51, no. … 396–410, 1980. [19] D. Salvucci and F. Lee, “Simple cognitive modeling in a complex cognitive architecture,” in Proceedings of … Cited by 2 Related articles View as HTML All 2 versions

[PDF] from utoronto.ca [PDF] Principles of Effective Learning Environment Design SR Quinton – Looking Toward the Future of Technology- …, 2010 – pepper2.oise.utoronto.ca Page 1. 327 Copyright © 2010, IGI Global. Copying or distributing in print or electronic forms without written permission of IGI Global is prohibited. Chapter 19 Principles of Effective Learning Environment Design Stephen R. Quinton Curtin University of Technology, Australia … Related articles View as HTML All 6 versions

[PDF] from fcla.edu [PDF] Episodic Memory Model for Embodied Conversational Agents M Elvir – 2010 – etd.fcla.edu … 11 1.4. Dialog Systems and Embodied Conversational Agents ….. 13 … 29 1.5.3. SOAR Cognitive Architecture ….. 31 1.5.4. Memory in SOAR ….. 31 1.6. … Related articles View as HTML Library Search

Solving relational and first-order logical markov decision processes: A survey M Otterlo – Reinforcement Learning, 2012 – Springer Page 1. Chapter 8 Solving Relational and First-Order Logical Markov Decision Processes: A Survey Martijn van Otterlo Abstract. In this chapter we survey representations and techniques for Markov de- cision processes, reinforcement … Cited by 3 Related articles All 2 versions

[PDF] from sagepub.com Human-Robot Interaction Toward Usable Personal Service Robots KS Jones, EA Schmidlin – Reviews of Human Factors and …, 2011 – rev.sagepub.com Page 1. CHAPTER 3 410388XXXXX10.1177/1557234X11410388Revie ws of Human Factors and Ergonomics, Volume 7Human-Robot Interaction Human-Robot Interaction: Toward Usable Personal Service Robots Keith S. Jones & Elizabeth A. Schmidlin … Cited by 1 Related articles

[PDF] from cmu.edu The expanding horizons of corpus analysis B MacWhinney – Language and Computers, 2011 – ingentaconnect.com Page 1. The expanding horizons of corpus analysis Brian MacWhinney Carnegie Mellon University Abstract By including a focus on multimedia interactions linked to transcripts, corpus linguistics can vastly expand its horizons. … Related articles All 2 versions

[PDF] from rochester.edu [PDF] Incremental Interpretation and Production Across Clauses CAG Gallo – 2011 – urresearch.rochester.edu … II Language interpretation 48 8 Incremental language interpretation in dialogue systems 49 … In this way, we can use TRIPS as a cognitive architecture where the modularity hypothesis can be tested. Part III explores how speakers plan their utterances using insights from recent … Related articles View as HTML Library Search All 3 versions

[PDF] from elanguage.net [PDF] An incremental model of anaphora and reference resolution based on resource situations M Poesio, H Rieser – Dialogue & Discourse, 2011 – elanguage.net … 8. This view that committing to an hypothesis is not simply a matter of computing the extensions of a defeasible theory, loosely inspired by Kyburg’s work on acceptance (eg, (Kyburg 1974)) and Pollock’s work on a cognitive architecture based on defeasible reasoning (Pollock … Cited by 3 Related articles View as HTML All 12 versions

Models of Forming an Opinion E Nissan – Computer Applications for Handling Legal Evidence, …, 2012 – Springer Page 1. Chapter 2 Models of Forming an Opinion 2.1 Modelling Adjudicators’ Shifts of Opinion 2.1.1 Preliminaries It is far from being the case that trial by jury is universal, in criminal cases. Even in England and Wales there is …

Outlook: Integration and future perspectives for affective computing KR Scherer, T Bänziger… – Blueprint for Affective …, 2010 – books.google.com … Dialogue systems: such applications deal with actual human-machine interactions in task-based scenarios such as telephone-based voice portals. … International Workshop on Affective Dialogue Systems, pp. 154–65. Springer, Berlin/Heidelberg. … Related articles All 2 versions

[BOOK] Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction: Fourth International Conference, Acii 2011, Memphis, Tn, USA, October 9-12, 2011, Proceedings A Graesser, B Schuller, JC Martin – 2011 – books.google.com Page 1. LNCS 6974 Sidney D’Me]10 Arthur Graesser Bjiirn Schuller lean-Claude Martin (Eds.) Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction 4th International Conference, ACII 2011 Memphis, TN, USA, October Z011 Proceedings, Part I Q Spnnger Page 2. … Related articles All 2 versions

Argumentation E Nissan – Computer Applications for Handling Legal Evidence, …, 2012 – Springer … John L. Pollock of the Department of Philosophy of the University of Arizona, Tucson, developed OSCAR, a cognitive architecture for intelligent (artificial) agents, and this agent architecture is based on defeasible reasoning,2 this in turn being represented as a network of …

[PDF] from nagoya-u.ac.jp [PDF] A Signal Processing Approach to the Analysis of Driver Behavior Under Critical Situations MLR Pereira – 2010 – sp.m.is.nagoya-u.ac.jp Page 1. A Signal Processing Approach to the Analysis of Driver Behavior Under Critical Situations MALTA Lucas Rafael Pereira Page 2. A dissertation submitted to the Graduate School of Information Science, Nagoya University … Related articles View as HTML

[TXT] from tdx.cat Verification of Psychological and Neurobiological Theories of Emotions Using Virtual and Situated Agents MP Inderbitzin – 2011 – tdx.cat Embodied Models of Emotions Veri?cation of Psychological and Neurobiological Theories of Emotions Using Virtual and Situated Agents Martin Pascal Inderbitzin TESI DOCTORAL UPF / ANY 2011 DIRECTOR DE LA TESI Paul FMJ Verschure Departament Tecnologies de la … All 3 versions