Grammatical Rules & Dialog Systems


Notes:

  • concept segmentation
  • dialogue system specification
  • fuzzy similarity
  • grammatical phrase boundaries
  • morphological rule
  • partial pattern tree
  • response generation module
  • syntactic parser/syntactic parsing/syntax parser
  • syntactic tree fragment

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New Technique to Enhance the Performance of Spoken Dialogue Systems Based on Dialogue States-Dependent Language Models and Grammatical Rules [PDF] from ugr.es R López-Cózar… – Eleventh Annual Conference of the …, 2010 – isca-speech.org This paper proposes a new technique to enhance the performance of spoken dialogue  systems which presents one novel contribution: the automatic correction of some ASR errors  by using language models dependent on dialogue states, in conjunction with grammatical … Cited by 1 – Related articles – All 3 versions

Robust processing of situated spoken dialogue [PDF] from dfki.de P Lison… – Proceedings of the 32nd annual German …, 2009 – dl.acm.org … utterances by selectively relaxing its set of grammatical rules. The choice of the most relevant interpretation is then realised via a discrimina- tive model augmented with contextual information. The approach is fully im- plemented in a dialogue system for autonomous robots. … Cited by 8 – Related articles – All 13 versions

A flexible dialogue system for enhancing web usability [PDF] from eprints.org M Gatius… – … of the 18th international conference on World …, 2009 – dl.acm.org … MIXED-INITIATIVE WEB DIALOGUE SYSTEM The improvement of NL and speech technologies has made possible dialogue systems (DSs) capable … In the second experiment the system used 253 grammatical rules and 2241 lexical entries plus dynamic entries obtained (semi … Cited by 5 – Related articles – All 9 versions

New technique to enhance the performance of spoken dialogue systems by means of implicit recovery of ASR errors [PDF] from ugr.es R López-Cózar, D Griol… – Spoken Dialogue Systems for …, 2010 – Springer … Page 4. New Technique to Enhance the Performance of Spoken Dialogue Systems 99 … In the following sections we describe the elements required to implement our tech- nique: concepts, grammatical rules, syntactic-semantic models and lexical models. 3.1 Concepts … Related articles – All 5 versions

Method and system for interactive conversational dialogue for cognitively overloaded device users F Weng, L Cavedon, B Raghunathan… – US Patent …, 2010 – Google Patents … for a response to the cognitively overloaded user, generating the response based on the selected content, the context of the conversation, and grammatical rules, and synthesizing … Weng F. et al., “Developing a Conversational Dialogue System for Cognitively Overloaded Users”. … Cited by 2 – Related articles – All 3 versions

Method and system for interactive conversational dialogue for cognitively overloaded device users F Weng, L Cavedon, B Raghuanathan… – EP Patent …, 2011 – freepatentsonline.com … A dialog system, comprising: a knowledge base to store information regarding a device and a domain, and to categorize the information in … response; a response generation module to select content and generate the response based on the context and grammatical rules; and a … Cached

Automatic speech recognition based on multiple level units in spoken dialogue system for in-vehicle appliances M Nishida, Y Horiuchi, S Kuroiwa… – Text, Speech and Dialogue, 2011 – Springer … A multi-domain dialogue system should be capable of reacting to a change of topic in the utterance of users. … By this method, we can avoid the risk of the generating unavailable recognition result for the system and the dialogue is controlled without grammatical rules. … Related articles – All 2 versions

Grammatical error simulation for computer-assisted language learning S Lee, J Lee, H Noh, K Lee… – Knowledge-Based Systems, 2011 – Elsevier … Recently, user simulation has become widely used in the development of spoken dialog systems to develop dialog strategies that use … of the preposition of prepositional verbs, and omission of articles because their first language does not have similar grammatical rules. … Cited by 2 – Related articles – All 2 versions

Formal dialectical systems and their uses in the study of argumentation ECW Krabbe… – … in Touch With Pragma-Dialectics: in …, 2011 – books.google.com … tic forms: a formal dialectical system would be a system in which the locutions are rigorously determined by grammatical rules and in … A way of reconciling these two approaches comes through the development of what Reed has called a dialogue system specification (DSS). … Related articles

Generating multimodal grammars for multimodal dialogue processing A D’Ulizia, F Ferri… – Systems, Man and Cybernetics, …, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … is sta- tically generated from a corpus of multimodal expressions that are previously collected from potential users of the dialogue system. … uses the training sentences in order to construct an initial grammar by converting each one of the training examples into a grammatical rule. … Cited by 3 – Related articles – All 5 versions

Towards individualized dialogue support for ill-defined domains [PDF] from iaiedsoc.org A Weerasinghe, A Mitrovic… – International Journal of Artificial …, 2009 – IOS Press … is the product of integrating the Andes physics tutoring system (Gertner & VanLehn 2000) with the Atlas tutorial dialogue system (Freedman et … a paragraph, the accuracy of an answer cannot be evaluated by checking only for the correct words according to the grammatical rules. … Cited by 5 – Related articles – All 9 versions

TRIPS and TRIOS system for TempEval-2: Extracting temporal information from text [PDF] from rochester.edu N UzZaman… – Proceedings of the 5th International Workshop …, 2010 – dl.acm.org … subtasks. 2.1 TRIPS Parser We use the existing TRIPS parser (Allen et al, 2008) to produce deep logical forms from text. The system is generic and no grammatical rules or lexical entries were added specifically for this task. The … Cited by 11 – Related articles – All 25 versions

CSG-Tag: Constraint based Synchronous Grammar Tree Annotation System F Wong, F Oliveira, S Chao… – Machine Learning and …, 2011 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … Due to the inherent problems in the language, grammatical rules created may contain syntactic ambiguities, complexities, and language divergences … multi-modal corpora”, Proceedings of the 2nd IJCAI Workshop on Knowledge and Reasoning in Practical Dialogue Systems, pp … Related articles – All 2 versions

A study on disambiguation of structure “prep+ n1+ de+ n2” for Chinese information processing S Gao, Y Zhao, H Liu… – Natural Language Processing …, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … in modern computational linguistics is the universal using of complex features to describe language data, in various processing systems for natural language, so is all in lexical rules, grammatical rules and semantic rules. … machine translators, dialog systems and corpus tools. … Related articles

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE APPLICATION IN HUMAN MACHINE INTERFACE FOR ADVANCED INFORMATION PROCESSING AND TASK MANAGING JQ Wang… – US Patent App. 12/726,016, 2010 – Google Patents … of the present invention address these problems and others by providing unique intelligent interface between user and machine through a special AI dialogue system, and execute … The network records the meaning words with property hierarchy rather than the grammatical rule. … All 2 versions

History and Development of Speech Recognition S Furui – Speech Technology, 2010 – Springer … way dialogue transcription network agent & intelligent messaging network agent & intelligent messaging system driven dialogue system driven dialogue … These ill-formed, as well as many other colloquial sentences, obviously deviate from the grammatical rules and usually lack … Cited by 3 – Related articles – All 2 versions

Using a slim function word classifier to recognise instruction dialogue acts J O’Shea, Z Bandar… – Agent and Multi-Agent Systems: …, 2011 – Springer … concerns utterances in the form of Short Texts (STs) – which are the length of a typical sentence but do not necessarily obey their grammatical rules. … This assumption is supported by prior work in dialogue systems [6] and robotics [7]. Examples of these DAs are: “Is the door shut … Related articles – All 3 versions

[BOOK] Advances in Commercial Deployment of Spoken Dialog Systems D Suendermann – 2011 – books.google.com … Some of the topics covered in this series include the presentation of real life commercial deployment of spoken dialog systems, contemporary methods of speech parameterization, developments in information security for automated speech, forensic speaker recognition, use … Cited by 2 – Related articles – Library Search

[PDF] A large vocabulary continuous speech recognition system for Persian language [PDF] from eurasipjournals.com H Sameti, H Veisi, M Bahrani… – … Journal on Audio, …, 2011 – asmp.eurasipjournals.com … In the last decade, researchers and investors introduced spoken dialogue systems and tried to implement conversational speech recognition … Using linguistic expertise and consultation, about 170 grammatical rules for Persian language using GPSG idea [20] were extracted. … Related articles – View as HTML – All 2 versions

Speech recognition device and speech recognition method and recording medium utilizing preliminary word selection Y Asano, K Minamino, H Ogawa… – US Patent 7,881,935, 2011 – Google Patents … The grammar database memorizes a set of grammatical rules (language models) stating how the words registered in the word dictionary of the dictionary database are linked together. As the set of the grammatical … Related articles – All 3 versions

TRANSLATION SYSTEM COMBINING HIERARCHICAL AND PHRASE-BASED MODELS M Dymetman – US Patent 20,120,041,753, 2012 – freepatentsonline.com … et al. 20070136067, Audio dialogue system and voice browsing method, June, 2007, Scholl. 20080319757, … matching reliability. Also, grammatical rules may be violated in combining the short phrases to construct the translation. At … Cached

Differentiated semantic analysis in lexical affect sensing A Osherenko… – … and Workshops, 2009. ACII 2009. 3rd …, 2009 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … on the choice of a granularity and a word-spotting strategy, some suggestions can be still made: combination Majority, First phrase yields a high 3-classes classification rate for all grammatical rules in FWF … 2004. [6] Engel, R. SPIN: A Semantic Parser for Spoken Dialog Systems. … Related articles – All 5 versions

[PDF] DIGUI: A Flexible Dialogue System for Guiding the User Interaction to Access Web Services [PDF] from upc.edu MG Bermúdez… – 2010 – lsi.upc.edu Page 1. DIGUI: A Flexible Dialogue System for Guiding the User Interaction to Access Web Services PhD Thesis by … Chapter 2 Brief introduction to the state of the art in dialogue systems This chapter gives an introduction to dialogue systems. It focuses mainly on the topics that … Related articles – View as HTML – All 3 versions

Some Approaches for Russian Speech Recognition S Zablotskiy, K Zablotskaya… – … Environments (IE), 2010 …, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … One of the important components of the dialogue system is a speech recognizer. … language model [4]. As a result, the recognition vocabulary is supposed to be reduced in several orders and the accuracy of the recognition should be improved by the use of grammatical rules. … Related articles – All 4 versions

Automatic allocation of training data for rapid prototyping of speech understanding based on multiple model combination [PDF] from aclweb.org K Komatani, M Katsumaru, M Nakano… – Proceedings of the 23rd …, 2010 – dl.acm.org … Wang et al. (2002) developed a two-stage speech understanding method by applying statistical methods first and then grammatical rules. … Schapire et al. (2005) showed that accuracy of call classification in spoken dialogue systems improved by incorporating hand-crafted prior … Related articles – All 8 versions

Evaluation of a domain independent approach to natural language processing for game-like user interfaces [PDF] from ieee-cig.org M Mehta… – … and Games, 2009. CIG 2009. IEEE …, 2009 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … In a dialog system, the ability to design a concept for one application and port it onto a new one also provides a strong … in the new domain and application occurred very smoothly and with little efforts, requiring addition of lexical entries and a few grammatical rules tailored to the … Related articles – All 5 versions

Audiovisual Tools for Phonetic and Articulatory Visualization in Computer-Aided Pronunciation Training [PDF] from cuhk.edu.hk B Kröger, P Birkholz, R Hoffmann… – Development of Multimodal …, 2010 – Springer … linguistic capabilities of these children are often completely unaffected, since these children are capable of learning lexical items and grammatical rules, for example … In: van Kuppevelt, JCJ, Dybkjær, L., Bernsen, NO (eds.) Advances in Natural Multimodal Dialogue Systems, vol. … Related articles – All 8 versions

SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR A COOPERATIVE CONVERSATIONAL VOICE USER INTERFACE L Baldwin, T Freeman, M Tjalve… – US Patent …, 2012 – freepatentsonline.com … 20040122674, Context-sensitive interface widgets for multi-modal dialog systems, June, 2004, Bangalore et al. … to another aspect of the invention, the intelligent responses may adapt to a user’s manner of speaking by using contextual signifiers and grammatical rules to generate … Cached

Cyberworld Cybernetic Art Model for Shared Communications G Mura – CyberWorlds, 2009. CW’09. International Conference …, 2009 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … dynamic semantics through the visual formalization of the rings structure which are linked between them, compose the grammatical rules of the … On the basis of our artificial cognitive system called “Dialogue System” [5], the human emotional state changes the “human-machine … Related articles – All 4 versions

Implementation and Performance Exploration of a Cross-Genre Part of Speech Tagging Methodology to Determine Dialog Act Tags in the Chat Domain [PDF] from dtic.mil JR Hitt – 2010 – DTIC Document … Because chat data does not follow established grammatical rules, traditional machine learning algorithms perform poorly in tasks such as part-of-speech and dialog-act tagging, and yet the volume of data created makes human analysis impractical. … Cited by 1 – Related articles – Library Search – All 4 versions

[BOOK] Robust processing of spoken situated dialogue: a study in human-robot interaction P Lison – 2010 – books.google.com … these two problems – ill-formed and/or misrecognised speech inputs – raises a major challenge to the development of robust dialogue systems. … input and is able to handle ill-formed and misrecognised utterances by selectively relaxing and extending its set of grammatical rules. … Cited by 1 – Related articles – Library Search – All 2 versions

Classification of speech signal based on gender: a hybrid approach using neuro-fuzzy systems M Gomathy, K Meena… – International Journal of Speech …, 2011 – Springer … mind of the speaker is communicated by speech in the form of words, phrases, and sentences by applying proper grammatical rules (Gudi and … Automatic assessment of speaker’s gender by her/his voice has been an important aspect for achieving high-quality dialogue systems. … Related articles – All 2 versions

[PDF] Enhancement of the Input Interface of Spoken Dialogue Systems By Means of Contextual Models and Grammatical Rules [PDF] from sepln.org RL Cózar… – Procesamiento del Lenguaje Natural, 2009 – sepln.org Abstract: This papers proposes a new technique to enhance the performance of the input  interface of spoken dialogue systems, which presents a novel contribution: the use of  contextual models and grammatical rules to correct errors of automatic speech recognition … Related articles – View as HTML – All 9 versions

Automated grammatical error detection for language learners C Leacock, M Chodorow, M Gamon… – Synthesis lectures on …, 2010 – morganclaypool.com … Semantic Role Labeling Martha Palmer, Daniel Gildea, and Nianwen Xue 2010 Spoken Dialogue Systems Kristiina Jokinen and Michael McTear 2009 Introduction … grammar. 2. Imposing ranking constraints on grammatical rule violations: … Cited by 17 – Related articles – Library Search – All 9 versions

[PDF] Research on Bangla Language Processing in Bangladesh: Progress and Challenges [PDF] from buet.ac.bd MS Islam – … Language & Development Conference, 23-25 June …, 2009 – teacher.buet.ac.bd … saw vital developments in machine translation with a radical change in strategy from translation based based on grammatical rules to that … iii) Developing a local language dialect database and customized dialog system for easy access for all people to the necessary information … Cited by 2 – Related articles – View as HTML

[PDF] DISI-University of Trento [PDF] from digns.com TVT Nguyen – 2011 – static.digns.com … applications that require deep understanding capabilities such as question- answering engines, dialogue systems, or the semantic web. Due to the huge … The distinction is that an SST must be generated by applying the same grammatical rule set which … Related articles – View as HTML

Controlling user perceptions of linguistic style: Trainable generation of personality traits [PDF] from ucsc.edu F Mairesse… – Computational Linguistics, 2011 – MIT Press … Finally, the Real- Pro surface realizer (Lavoie and Rambow 1997) converts the final syntactic structure into a string by applying surface grammatical rules, such as morphological inflection and function word insertion. When integrated into a dialogue system, the output of the … Cited by 5 – Related articles – All 9 versions

Benchmarking short text semantic similarity J O’Shea, Z Bandar, K Crockett… – International Journal of …, 2010 – Inderscience … text and e-mail messages (Lamontagne and Lapalme, 2004), information retrieval (IR) (Marton and Katz, 2006), healthcare dialogue systems (Bickmore and … words used in applications such as CAs and e-mail processing which may not follow the grammatical rules for sentences … Cited by 1 – Related articles – All 6 versions

SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR ADVANCED GRAMMAR CHECKING B Hoover, M Lytvyn… – US Patent …, 2011 – freepatentsonline.com … 20080033724, Method for generating a context-based voice dialogue output in a voice dialog system, February, 2008, Block et al. … grammar teaching may be based on source-provided text comprising a database of grammar rules, wherein each grammatical rule may be linked to … Cached

Zöhre Kara Kayikci1), Dmitry Zaykovskiy1), Heiner Markert1), Wolfgang Minker G Palm – Mathematical analysis of evolution, information, and …, 2009 – books.google.com … development of hardware and software technologies during the last decades gave rise to such concepts as speech-to-text processing, speech-controlled appliances, spoken language dialogue systems, and speech … Commonly some set of predefined grammatical rules is used. … Related articles – All 2 versions

Re-ranking models based-on small training data for spoken language understanding [PDF] from unitn.it M Dinarelli, A Moschitti… – Proceedings of the 2009 …, 2009 – dl.acm.org … 1 Introduction Spoken Dialog Systems carry out automatic speech recognition and shallow natural language understanding by heavily relying on statistical models. … The STFs sat- isfy the constraint that grammatical rules cannot be broken. … Cited by 10 – Related articles – All 21 versions

Digui: a flexibe dialogue system for guiding the user interaction to guiding the user interaction to acces web services [PDF] from tesisenred.net M González Bermúdez – 2010 – tesisenred.net … Page 2. DIGUI: A Flexible Dialogue System for Guiding the User Interaction to Access Web Services PhD Thesis by … Chapter 2 Brief introduction to the state of the art in dialogue systems This chapter gives an introduction to dialogue systems. It focuses mainly on the topics that …

Genetic-based approach for cue phrase selection in dialogue act recognition AA Yahya… – Evolutionary Intelligence, 2009 – Springer … Due to its importance for var- ious applications such as dialogue systems, machine translation, speech recognition, and meeting summarisa- tion, it has received a considerable amount of attention [33]. For example, in dialogue … Related articles – All 4 versions

[PDF] Natural Language Processing techniques in Text-To-Speech synthesis and Automatic Speech Recognition [PDF] from atrilla.net A Trilla – 2009 – atrilla.net … deal of hard-work since this process is not sim- ple nor brief because it has to represent the whole set of grammatical rules for the … including indexing, which extracts the gist of the speech tran- scriptions in order to deal with Information Retrieval (IR) and dialogue system issues. … Cited by 1 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 5 versions

[PDF] Adjectival Phrases as the Sentiment Carriers in the Urdu Text [PDF] from jofamericanscience.org AZ Syed, A Muhammad… – Journal of American …, 2011 – jofamericanscience.org … In Section 2.1, we have discussed both marked and unmarked adjectives, which are borrowed from many languages, like Persian, Arabic, Hindi, Sanskrit, and English. This diversity results into flexibility and variety in the morphological and grammatical rules. … Cited by 1 – Related articles – View as HTML

Integration of a Voice Recognition System in a Social Robot F Alonso-Martin… – Cybernetics and Systems: An …, 2011 – Taylor & Francis … Such spoken dialogue systems (SDSs) are based on a finite state machine and aim to fill information gaps … This kind of system is capable of recognizing sentences that meet specific sets of grammatical rules, spoken by any user without necessarily having previously trained with … Related articles – All 4 versions

Introducing Language Technology & Computational Linguistics in Bangladesh [PDF] from ccsenet.org M Rashel – International Journal of English Linguistics, 2011 – ccsenet.org … Text Retrieval, Information Extraction, Data Fusion and Text Data Mining, Question Answering, Report Generation, Spoken Dialogue Systems and Translation … requires a sophisticated ability to identify parts of speech and a comprehensive list of grammatical rules and exceptions … Related articles – All 3 versions

Concept segmentation and labeling for conversational speech [PDF] from pitt.edu M Dinarelli, A Moschitti… – Tenth Annual Conference of …, 2009 – isca-speech.org … 1. Introduction In Spoken Dialog Systems, the Language Understanding mod- ule performs the task of translating a spoken sentence into its meaning representation based on semantic constituents. … The STFs satisfy the constraint that grammatical rules cannot be broken. … Cited by 5 – Related articles – All 11 versions

Method and portable apparatus for performing spoken language translation using language areas of intended recipients’ brain US Patent 20,100,017,192, 2010 – freepatentsonline.com … Sentences are then formed using the grammatical rules of the Spanish language so that each sentence may be … Previous Patent: MICROCOMPUTER SIMULATOR Next Patent: METHOD, SPOKEN DIALOG SYSTEM, AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS TERMINAL DEVICE FOR … Cached

Language structure using fuzzy similarity NS Chaudhari… – Fuzzy Systems, IEEE Transactions …, 2009 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … The selected hypotheses are then used to create the grammatical rules, by assigning new symbols representing the subsentences, also called as constituents, which are in square bracket pairs, like: S? A sees the B apple A? Oscar A? Cookie monster B? large, green B … Cited by 1 – Related articles – All 3 versions

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Method and system for analyzing user-generated content N Bandaru, ED Moyer, S Radhakrishna – US Patent 7,930,302, 2011 – Google Patents … pp. 519-528 * Whittaker, Steve, et al., “Chapter 14: Evaluating Dialogue Strategies in Multimodal Dialogue Systems”, Spoken Multimodal Human- Computer Dialogue in Mobile Environment, Springer Netherlands, (c) 2005, pp. … Related articles – All 5 versions

Being bored? Recognising natural interest by extensive audiovisual integration for real-life application [PDF] from utwente.nl B Schuller, R Müller, F Eyben, J Gast… – Image and Vision …, 2009 – Elsevier … In order to provide Level of Interest analysis on a finer time scale, the speaker turns were further segmented at grammatical phrase boundaries: a turn lasting longer than two seconds is split by punctuation and syntactical and grammatical rules, according to [10], until each … Cited by 49 – Related articles – All 4 versions

Kansei Engineering: A study on perception of vehicle interior image [PDF] from stut.edu.tw ??? – 2009 – gb.stut.edu.tw … language models. This paper describes a partial pattern tree (PPT) to model the partial grammatical rules of sentences resulting from recognition errors and ungrammatical sentences. … However, the derivation of grammatical rules is labor intensive, time consuming and tedious. …

The?? Interaction Engine??: a Common Pragmatic Competence across Linguistic and Non-Linguistic Interactions G Pezzulo – Autonomous Mental Development, IEEE …, 2011 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … These definitions emphasize a role of pragmatics in driving interpretations that go beyond the mere encoding and decoding of messages in utterances according to grammatical rules. The “encoding and decoding” model of communication is in fact insufficient for many reasons. … Related articles

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[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. …

[PDF] Completions, coordination, and alignment in dialogue [PDF] from elanguage.net M Poesio… – Dialogue & Discourse, 2010 – swimt.elanguage.net Page 1. Dialogue and Discourse 1 (2010) 1-89 Received 2/09; First letter 7/09; Accepted 7/09; doi: 10.5087/dad.2010.001 Final revision submitted 12/09; Published online 2/10 (c)2010 MassimoPoesio and Hannes Rieser Completions, coordination, and alignment in dialogue … Cited by 19 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 6 versions

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[PDF] Hat Categories: Representing Form and Function Simultaneously in Combinatory Categorial Grammar [PDF] from usyd.edu.au M Honnibal – 2010 – it.usyd.edu.au … The rules perform the form-function transformations required, but they do so at a substantial cost: they make the grammar less lexicalised. This means the grammar is no longer language universal, and grammatical rules must perform non-trivial semantic operations. The rules … Related articles – View as HTML – Library Search – All 2 versions

Towards personality-based user adaptation: psychologically informed stylistic language generation [PDF] from ucsc.edu F Mairesse… – User Modeling and User-Adapted Interaction, 2010 – Springer … values representing evaluative ratings for six attributes: food quality, service, cuisine, location, price and atmosphere.1 In a dialogue system, the content … Finally, the RealPro realizer (Lavoie and Rambow 1997) converts the final syntactic structure into a string by applying surface grammatical rules, such as … Cited by 8 – Related articles – All 10 versions

Information state based speech recognition [PDF] from gu.se R Jonson – rapport nr.: Gothenburg Monographs in Linguistics 41, 2010 – gupea.ub.gu.se … 4 CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION say that it just does not follow the grammatical rules formalized for written language. … The differences between spoken and written media make most available written corpora inappropriate for speech recognition in spoken dialogue systems. … Related articles – Library Search – All 7 versions

ArcAdiA [PDF] from caspur.it A D’Ulizia – 2009 – dspace-roma3.caspur.it … navigate geographical maps. The Smartkom [WRB01] is another multimodal dialogue system that merges gesture, speech and facial expressions for both input and output via an anthropomorphic and affective user interface. In the … Related articles

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Adaptation of voice sever to automotive environment [PDF] from upc.edu D Salinas Vila – 2009 – upcommons.upc.edu … Page 19. Spoken Language Systems 13 increase and it does not represent all the possibilities of natural language that in much times does not follow grammatical rules. In a stochastic language models, it allows theoretically all possible combination among words. Fig. … Related articles – All 8 versions

Discriminative Reranking for Spoken Language Understanding [PDF] from unitn.it M Dinarelli, A Moschitti… – 2011 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … a) Tree Fragment Types: An STF is a general subtree whose leaves can be non-terminal symbols. For example, Figure 1(a) shows 10 STFs (out of 17) of the subtree rooted in VP (of the left tree). The STFs satisfy the constraint that grammatical rules cannot be broken. …

End-to-End Relation Extraction via Syntactic Structures and Semantic Resources [PDF] from unitn.it TVT Nguyen – 2011 – eprints-phd.biblio.unitn.it … these events happen. The task is making possible significant advances in applications that require deep understanding capabilities such as question- answering engines, dialogue systems, or the semantic web. Due to the huge … Related articles

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Spoken Language Understanding: from Spoken Utterances to Semantic Structures [PDF] from unitn.it M Dinarelli – 2010 – eprints-phd.biblio.unitn.it … database. Following the ATIS project, DARPA Communicator project aimed at building a spoken dialog system automatically providing information on flights and travel reservation. … 104 7 SLU in Spoken Dialog Systems 109 7.1 Dialogue System Architecture . . . . . … Cited by 1 – Related articles

[PDF] Towards Collaborative Process Modeling-A Framework for comparing Social Features in current BPM Tools [PDF] from psu.edu J Wolf – Retrieved May, 2010 – Citeseer Page 1. Towards Collaborative Process Modeling – A Framework for comparing Social Features in current BPM Tools Master Thesis IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCE (M.Sc.) IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS … Related articles – View as HTML – All 2 versions

[PDF] Speaking with Google Calendar [PDF] from inesc-id.pt P Arez – 2009 – inesc-id.pt … on grammatical rules. This has the objective of providing lexical information, apply morphosyntactic disambiguation … interac- tion, giving birth to a domain independent dialogue system platform that we are using in this thesis, 8 Page 25. which … Related articles – View as HTML – All 5 versions

[PDF] Can Conversational Agents Express Big Five Personality Traits through Language?: Evaluating a Psychologically-Informed Language Generator [PDF] from psu.edu F Mairesse… – 2009 – Citeseer … In a dialogue system, the content plan is provided by the dialogue manager. … Finally, the RealPro realizer (Lavoie and Rambow, 1997) converts the final syntactic structure into a string by applying surface grammatical rules, such as morphological inflection and function word … Cited by 1 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 3 versions

[PDF] REAP. PT [PDF] from inesc-id.pt LC dos Santos Marujo – 2009 – inesc-id.pt … The activity of reading is a major component of first and second language learning, namely vocabulary learning [71]. Learning how to read implies a set of knowledge components including not only grammatical rules and their exceptions, but all the lexical items in a language. … Related articles – View as HTML – All 2 versions

[PDF] REAP em Português [PDF] from utl.pt LC dos Santos Marujo – 2009 – dspace.ist.utl.pt … The activity of reading is a major component of first and second language learning, namely vocabulary learning [71]. Learning how to read implies a set of knowledge components including not only grammatical rules and their exceptions, but all the lexical items in a language. … Related articles – View as HTML

Mejora de la interfaz de entrada de sistemas de diálogo usando modelos contextuales y reglas gramaticales [PDF] from ua.es R López-Cózar Delgado… – 2009 – rua.ua.es … Abstract: This papers proposes a new technique to enhance the performance of the input interface of spoken dialogue systems, which presents a novel contribution: the use of contextual models and grammatical rules to correct errors of automatic speech recognition (ASR). … Related articles

[PDF] Natural Language Descriptions of Emotion [PDF] from usc.edu A Kazemzadeh – 2011 – sail.usc.edu … Emotion category labels provide gross boundaries for the emotion space, but natural language, with generative grammatical rules, provides the ways that humans … Furthermore, evaluation of a user’s satisfaction when using a dialog system often uses a Likert scale survey. … Related articles – View as HTML

[PDF] Interface Issues in Robot Scrub Nurse Design [PDF] from umn.edu A Agovic – 2011 – conservancy.umn.edu … Furthermore we contribute novel insights in the design of grasp planning methods, visual tracking methods and natural language dialogue systems. iv Page 7. Contents Acknowledgements i … found in [22]. Here a dialog system is described which is used to direct trains. It is … View as HTML

[BOOK] Accounting for Individual Speaker Properties in Automatic Speech Recognition [PDF] from diva-portal.org D Elenius – 2010 – kth.diva-portal.org Page 1. Accounting for Individual Speaker Properties in Automatic Speech Recognition DANIEL ELENIUS Licentiate Thesis Stockholm, Sweden 2010 Page 2. TRITA-CSC-A 2010:05 ISSN-1653-5723 KTH Scool of Computer … Cited by 2 – Related articles – View as HTML – Library Search – All 4 versions

Characterizing phonetic transformations and fine-grained acoustic differences across dialects [PDF] from mit.edu JP Campbell, NFY Chen – 2011 – dspace.mit.edu Page 1. Characterizing Phonetic Transformations and Fine-Grained Acoustic Differences Across Dialects by MASSACHUSETTS INST OF TECHNOLOGY Nancy Fang-Yih Chen BS, National Taiwan University (2002) 8 2011 SM, National Taiwan University (2004) LIBRARIES … Related articles – All 2 versions

[BOOK] Flat but not shallow: towards flatter representations in deep semantic parsing for precise and feasible inferencing [PDF] from leidenuniv.nl HHGB Reckman – 2009 – openaccess.leidenuniv.nl … this thesis. The project aims at the development of a natural language dialogue system that discloses personal narratives to facilitate patients (and their relatives) in finding relevant experiences of their fellow patients. The system … Related articles – Library Search – All 5 versions

Combining Natural Language Processing And Statistical Text Mining: A Study Of Specialized Versus Common Languages [PDF] from usf.edu J Jarman – 2011 – scholarcommons.usf.edu Page 1. University of South Florida Scholar Commons Theses and Dissertations 1-1-2011 Combining Natural Language Processing And Statistical Text Mining: A Study Of Specialized Versus Common Languages Jay Jarman University of South Florida, jay@jayjarman.com …

[PDF] The Virtual Language Teacher [PDF] from diva-portal.org P WIK – 2011 – diva-portal.org … A different type of feedback, similarity measures, is investigated, and two different ways to interact with the VLT with- in the Simicry paradigm are explored. Chapter 9 opens with an introduction to spoken dialogue systems and how they may be utilized for CALL purposes. … Related articles – View as HTML – All 3 versions

[BOOK] Handbook of natural language processing and machine translation: DARPA global autonomous language exploitation J Olive – 2011 – books.google.com … was aimed. For dictation, WER above 10 percent is not acceptable, but for a dialogue system, a much higher rate can be tolerated as long as the system can enable a user to complete a specific task successfully. Initial studies … Cited by 3 – Related articles – Library Search – All 4 versions

Implementing an open source amharic resource grammar in GF [PDF] from chalmers.se M Kassa Gobena – 2011 – publications.lib.chalmers.se … One feasible approach to this is the formalization of linguistic knowledge into some form of grammatical rules. … Currently there are also a good number of applications that use GF which include the verification tool KeY 1 , the dialogue system research project TALK and the educational project WebALT are major ones.… Related articles

Classification along genre dimensions: exploring a multidisciplinary problem [PDF] from hb.se M Gunnarsson – 2011 – bada.hb.se Page 1. Classification along Genre Dimensions Exploring a Multidisciplinary Problem Mikael Gunnarsson 2011 Page 2. Dissertation at Swedish School of Library and Information Science University of Borås Mikael Gunnarsson Classification along genre dimensions … Related articles

Ontology-based Information Extraction [PDF] from upc.edu C Vicient Monllaró – 2011 – upcommons.upc.edu Page 1. Master in Artificial Intelligence (UPC-URV-UB) Master of Science Thesis Ontology-based Information Extraction Carlos Vicient Monllaó Advisors: Antonio Moreno Ribas, David Sánchez Ruenes June, 23rd 2011 Page 2. v Agraïments … Related articles

[PDF] Theory and Applications of Similarity Detection Techniques [PDF] from iicm.edu B Zaka – 2009 – iicm.edu Page 1. Dissertation in fulfillment of the requirements for the academic degree Doctor of Technical Sciences (Dr. Techn.) in Computer Science Submitted by Bilal Zaka Institute for Information Systems and Computer Media (IICM … Cited by 1 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 11 versions

Language modeling approaches to question answering [PDF] from drexel.edu P Banerjee – 2009 – dspace.library.drexel.edu Page 1. Language Modeling Approaches to Question Answering A Dissertation Submitted to the Faculty of Drexel University by Protima Banerjee in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy July 2009 Page 2. … Cited by 1 – Related articles – Library Search – All 11 versions

[PDF] Situated Concepts and Pre-Linguistic Symbol Use [PDF] from uni-osnabrueck.de U Türkmen – 2009 – repositorium.uni-osnabrueck.de Page 1. Situated Concepts and Pre-Linguistic Symbol Use Dissertation zur Erlangung des Grades “Doktor der Kognitionswissenschaft” (PhD in Cognitive Science) Im Fachbereich Humanwissenschaften der Universität Osnabrück Vorgelegt von Ulas Türkmen … Related articles – View as HTML – All 2 versions