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[PDF] Words mark the nerds: Computational models of personality recognition through language [PDF] from rpi.edu F Mairesse… – … of the 28th Annual Conference of …, 2006 – csjarchive.cogsci.rpi.edu … Learning to personalize spoken generation for dialogue systems. In Proceedings of Interspeech’2005 – Eurospeech: 9th European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology, pp. … LIWC: Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count. Pennebaker, JW, & King, LA (1999). … Cited by 27 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 15 versions

Using linguistic cues for the automatic recognition of personality in conversation and text [PDF] from psu.edu F Mairesse, MA Walker, MR Mehl… – Journal of Artificial …, 2007 – aaai.org … Big Five personality traits. They use their Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count (LIWC) tool to count word categories of essays written by students whose personality has been assessed using a questionnaire. The authors find small … Cited by 93 – Related articles – All 25 versions

Distinguishing deceptive from non-deceptive speech [PDF] from columbia.edu J Hirschberg, S Benus, JM Brenier… – Ninth European …, 2005 – isca-speech.org … underway using corpus-based machine learning approaches to identify frustra- tion and anger in spoken dialogue systems and call … We have performed lexical analysis of the CSC corpus using a lexi- cal categorization program, Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count (LIWC) ([15]). … Cited by 29 – Related articles – All 27 versions

Automatic recognition of personality in conversation [PDF] from upenn.edu F Mairesse… – … Conference of the NAACL, Companion Volume …, 2006 – dl.acm.org … This work is a first step toward indi- vidual adaptation in dialogue systems. We present non-linear statistical models for rank- ing utterances based on the Big Five personality traits. … LIWC: Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count. B. Reeves and C. Nass. 1996. The Media Equation. … Cited by 21 – Related articles – All 32 versions

[PDF] Sentiment analysis of informal textual communication in cyberspace [PDF] from ofai.at G Paltoglou, S Gobron, M Skowron, M Thelwall… – Proc. Engage, 2010 – ofai.at … In [1] authors focused on the role of emotions for gaining rapport in spoken dialog systems by rendering responses that contain suitable emotion, both … The second lexicon is extracted from the “Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count” (LIWC) [33] software10 which was derived from a … Cited by 15 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 8 versions

Affect listeners: Acquisition of affective states by means of conversational systems [PDF] from psu.edu M Skowron – Development of Multimodal Interfaces: Active Listening …, 2010 – Springer … from works on affect sensing from text: a study on the extraction of affective components from texts and their application in dialog systems [30 … Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count (LC), (see section 4 for a more detailed overview of these affect detection and classification resources … Cited by 6 – Related articles – All 5 versions

No peanuts! affective cues for the virtual bartender [PDF] from ofai.at M Skowron, H Pirker, S Rank, G Paltoglou… – Proc. of the Florida …, 2011 – aaai.org … Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count (LIWC) This dic- tionary enables the conversational agent to detect 64 linguis- tic, cognitive and emotional dimensions. … 2004. Affective Dialogue Systems, Tutorial and Re- search Workshop (ADS 2004), LNAI 3068. Springer. … Cited by 5 – Related articles – All 5 versions

Sentiment strength detection in short informal text [DOC] from wlv.ac.uk M Thelwall, K Buckley, G Paltoglou… – Journal of the …, 2010 – Wiley Online Library … Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count has been used by psychology researchers to investigate the connection between language and psychology (Pennebaker et al … is one that measured multiple emotions and their strengths in informal text associated with a dialog system using a … Cited by 33 – Related articles – All 13 versions

[PDF] Re-creating dialogues from a corpus [PDF] from pyrx.de A Isard, C Brockmann… – dialogue, 2009 – pyrx.de … This is not a dialogue system in the usual sense; both sides of the conversation are … meaningfulness • age of acquisition • part of speech • phonetic transcription, stress pattern Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count (LIWC2001, [Pennebaker et al … Cited by 2 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 14 versions

[CITATION] Affect bartender-affective cues and their application in a conversational agent M Skowron… – IEEE Symposium Series on …, 2011 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … conversations that consider emotional cues is also a central area of interest in the design of Affective Dialog Systems (ADSs … set, the Maximum Entropy [28] based DA classifier1 achieved 10-fold cross validation accuracy of 71.2%, • Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count – LIWC (LC … Cited by 2 – Related articles

Cognitive dialog systems for dynamic environments: Progress and challenges F Putze… – Digital Signal Processing for In-Vehicle Systems and …, 2012 – Springer … 8 Cognitive Dialog Systems for Dynamic Environments … To capture linguistic features, we use the Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count5 that categorizes each word in its vocabulary in one or more groups, eg, “negative emotional word” or “self reference.” Active Appearance Models … Cited by 2 – Related articles – All 2 versions

Effect of affective profile on communication patterns and affective expressions in interactions with a dialog system [PDF] from ofai.at M Skowron, M Theunis, S Rank… – Affective Computing and …, 2011 – Springer … 13-25 (2010) 17. Pennebaker, JW, Francis, ME, Booth, RK: Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count: LIWC 2001. … Skowron, M., Rank, S., Theunis, M., Sienkiewicz, J.: The good, the bad and the neu- tral: affective profile in dialog system-user communication. In: D’Mello, S., et al. … Cited by 1 – Related articles – All 3 versions

[PDF] Learning to Adapt in Dialogue Systems: Data-driven Models for Personality Recognition and Generation [PDF] from mit.edu F Mairesse – 2008 – people.csail.mit.edu Page 1. Learning to Adapt in Dialogue Systems: Data-driven Models for Personality Recognition and Generation François Mairesse … February 2008 Page 2. Abstract Dialogue systems are artefacts that converse with human users in order to achieve some task. … Cited by 2 – Related articles – View as HTML – Library Search – All 6 versions

Acoustic sleepiness detection: Framework and validation of a speech-adapted pattern recognition approach [PDF] from uni-erlangen.de J Krajewski, A Batliner… – Behavior Research Methods, 2009 – Springer … Syntactic channels: part-of-speech cat- egories (eg, number of nouns, noninflected adjectives), linguistic inquiry and word count (LIWC) word categories, and MRC psycholinguistic features (see Mairesse, Walker, Mehl, & Moore, 2007). … Cited by 17 – Related articles – All 10 versions

Controlling user perceptions of linguistic style: Trainable generation of personality traits [PDF] from ucsc.edu F Mairesse… – Computational Linguistics, 2011 – MIT Press … There is growing evidence that dialogue systems such as intelligent tutoring systems are more effective if they can generate a range … of the actual generation decisions, surface word n-grams, and content- analysis features from the Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count (LIWC) tool … Cited by 5 – Related articles – All 12 versions

[PDF] Using non-lexical context to improve a language model for dialog [PDF] from psu.edu NG Ward, A Vega – Speech Communication, 2010 – Citeseer Page 1. Using Non-Lexical Context to Improve a Language Model for Dialog Nigel G. Ward, Alejandro Vega Computer Science, University of Texas at El Paso 500 West University Avenue, El Paso, Texas 79968 USA Abstract … Cited by 2 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 5 versions

Analyzing collaborative learning processes automatically: Exploiting the advances of computational linguistics in computer-supported collaborative learning [PDF] from cmu.edu C Rosé, YC Wang, Y Cui, J Arguello… – International Journal of …, 2008 – Springer … Linguistic inquiry and word count (LIWC) … 1998, 2001; Page 1968; Page and Petersen 1995; Landauer and Dumais 1997; Foltz et al. 1998; Laham 2000) and tutorial dialogue systems (Graesser et al. 1998; Rosé et al. 2001; Aleven et al. … Cited by 96 – Related articles – All 19 versions

[PDF] Studying the lexicon of dialogue acts [PDF] from nectec.or.th N Novielli… – Proceedings of Irec, 2010 – lexitron.nectec.or.th … There is a large number of applications that could bene- fit from automatic DA annotation: dialogue systems, blog analysis, automatic meeting summarization, user profiling by mean of dialogue pattern analysis, and so on. … 2001. Linguistic inquiry and word count: LIWC. … Cited by 1 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 4 versions

Personality and alignment processes in dialogue: towards a lexically-based unified model [PDF] from ed.ac.uk C Brockmann – 2009 – era.lib.ed.ac.uk … CrAg Critical Agent Dialogue project CRAG 1 Critical Agent Dialogue system version 1 CRAG 2 Critical Agent Dialogue system version 2 DO double object … IC Intolerable Cruelty LIWC Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count LM language model LSM linguistic style matching … Cited by 3 – Related articles – All 6 versions

The good, the bad and the neutral: affective profile in dialog system-user communication [PDF] from ofai.at M Skowron, S Rank, M Theunis… – Affective Computing and …, 2011 – Springer … Pennebaker, JW, Francis, ME, Booth, RK: Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count: LIWC 2001. Erlbaum Publishers, Mahwah (2001) 16. … Schumaker, RP, Liu, Y., Ginsburg, M., Chen, H.: Evaluating mass knowledge acquisition using the alice chatterbot: The az-alice dialog system. Int. … Cited by 1 – Related articles – All 3 versions

Human language technology for text-based analysis of psychotherapy sessions in the spanish language [PDF] from aclweb.org H Saggion, E Stein-Sparvieri, D Maldavsky… – Proceedings of the …, 2010 – dl.acm.org … H. Henry Prakken. 2000. On dialogue systems with speech acts, arguments, and counterarguments. In Logics in Artificial Intelligence, pages 224-238. … JW Pennebaker, ME Francis, and Rj Both. 2001. Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count (LIWC). Erlbaum Publishers. … Cited by 1 – Related articles – All 7 versions

[CITATION] An attempt at capturing Tutoring Style in Tutorial Dialog R Kumar Related articles – All 3 versions

[PDF] Emo Dialogue: Differences in male and female ways of communicating with affective autonomous conversational systems [PDF] from ofai.at B Krenn… – ofai.at … dialog systems along the following lines: 1. human assessment of the different versions of the conversational system (questionnaire) 2. dialogue analysis (number of utterances, words, characters, etc.) 3. word-level investigation using the Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count … Related articles – View as HTML

[PDF] Evaluation of Cognitive Interactive Systems: Problem Formulation and First Insights [PDF] from cit-ec.de S Möller, I Wechsung, C Kühnel, B Weiss… – cit-ec.de … Acoustic Features from Speech: Pitch, pulses, periods, jitter, shimmer,… ? Linguistic Features from Language (Transcripts, ASR): Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count (LIWC) … Adaptation of spoken dialogue system to the measured level of workload: … Related articles – View as HTML

Conversation Peculiarities of People with Different Verbal Intelligence K Zablotskay, U Rahim, S Zablotskiy… – … Dialogue Systems …, 2011 – Springer … mation and solve problems using language-based reasoning” [5]. Automatic verbal intelligence estimation may help dialogue systems to choose … The dialogues’ transcripts were compared with the Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count (LIWC) dictionary for the German language [11 … Related articles – All 2 versions

Predicting student knowledge level from domain-independent function and content words C Williams… – Intelligent Tutoring Systems, 2010 – Springer … Psychological Sciences 8, 162-166 (1997) 15. Pennebaker, JW, Francis, ME, Booth, RJ: Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count (LIWC). … Zhang, T., Hasegawa-Johnson, M., Levinson, SE: Cognitive State Classification in a Spoken Tutorial Dialogue System. … Related articles – All 2 versions

[PDF] Automatic Evaluation of Learner Self-Explanations and Erroneous Responses for Dialogue-Based ITSs [PDF] from google.com B Lehman, C Mills, S D’Mello… – sites.google.com … 494–503). Springer, Berlin (2010) 15. Pennebaker, J., Francis, M., & Booth, R.: Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count (LIWC). … In Rose, C. & Freedman, R. (Eds.) Building Dialogue Systems for Tutorial Applications, Papers of the 2000 AAAI Fall Symposium (pp. 80–86). … View as HTML

Question Answering and Generation AC Graesser, V Rus, Z Cai… – Applied Natural Language …, 2011 – igi-global.com … systems. Advances in Question Asking/Generation are projected to revolutionize learning and dialogue systems. This chapter … More details… $30.00 Add to Cart. 12. Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count (LIWC): Pronounced “Luke,” . . . and … Related articles – All 3 versions

[PDF] An interdisciplinary VR-architecture for 3D chatting with non-verbal communication [PDF] from stephane-gobron.net S Gobron, J Ahn, Q Silvestre… – Joint Virtual Reality …, 2011 – stephane-gobron.net … Sim- ilarly to our bartender application, Kopp et al. proposed in [KGKW05] a conversational agent as a museum guide. This study is complementary to the current paper as they fo- cus on the dialog system and not on the general architecture. 2.3. … Related articles – View as HTML – All 4 versions

[BOOK] Proceedings of the Paralinguistic Information and Its Integration in Spoken Dialogue Systems Workshop RLC Delgado – 2011 – books.google.com … Page 2. Proceedings of the Paralinguistic Information and its Integration in Spoken Dialogue Systems Workshop … Ramón López-Cózar Delgado• Tetsunori Kobayashi Editors Proceedings of the Paralinguistic Information and its Integration in Spoken Dialogue Systems Workshop … All 2 versions

[PDF] Graesser, AC, & McNamara, DS (in preparation). Automated Analysis of Essays and Open-ended Verbal Responses. In H. Cooper, AT Panter et al.(Eds.), APA … [PDF] from 141.225.42.135 AC Graesser – 141.225.42.135 Page 1. Automated Analyses 1 Running head: AUTOMATED ANALYSES OF VERBAL RESPONSES Automated Analysis of Essays and Open-ended Verbal Responses Arthur C. Graesser and Danielle S. McNamara University of Memphis … Related articles – View as HTML – All 5 versions

[PDF] Computational Modeling of Discourse and Conversation [PDF] from google.com AC Graesser, DS McNamara, V Rus, A Graesser… – sites.google.com … been a sufficient number of technical advances in the last decade for researchers to revisit the vision of building dialogue systems. … systems that range from the simplest finite-state script to the most complex Belief-Desire- Intention (BDI) model. … Related articles – View as HTML

Relating the Semantics of Dialogue Acts to Linguistic Properties: A machine learning perspective through lexical cues AC Fang, H Bunt, J Cao… – Semantic Computing (ICSC), …, 2011 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … behaviour of dialogue participants and offer valuable insight into the design of human-machine dialogue systems [1]. More … Again using the Switchboard Corpus, [7] studied words according to the Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count taxonomy (see [8]) where words are selected … Related articles – All 3 versions

[PDF] “You’re as Sick as You Sound”: Using Computational Approaches for Modeling Speaker State to Gauge Illness and Recovery [PDF] from columbia.edu J Hirschberg, A Hjalmarsson… – 2010 – cs.columbia.edu … James Pennebaker and his research collabo- rators’ Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count (LIWC) paradigm was used to identify positive and negative emotion … The essence of their system is an ASR system developed at Erlangen-Nürnberg for use in spoken dialogue systems. … Related articles – View as HTML

[PDF] Computational Models of Personality Recognition through Language [PDF] from mit.edu F Mairesse… – people.csail.mit.edu … From conversations ?Improve user modeling in computer systems • Dialogue systems • Virtual agents • Intelligent tutoring systems Page 3. … JW Pennebaker, LE Francis, and RJ Booth, 2001. LIWC: Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count. • WT Norman. 1963. … Related articles – View as HTML – All 3 versions

[PDF] That’s your evidence?: Classifying Stance in Online Political Debate [PDF] from ucsc.edu MA Walker, P Anand, R Abbott, JEF Tree, C Martell… – systems.soe.ucsc.edu … Marilyn A. Walker, Pranav Anand, Rob Abbott, Jean E. Fox Tree, Craig Martell†, Joseph King Natural Language and Dialogue Systems Lab, University of California Santa Cruz † Natural Language Processing Lab, Naval Postgraduate School maw|panand|abbott@soe.ucsc.edu … Cited by 1 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 5 versions

[PDF] Identifying sarcasm in Twitter: a closer look [PDF] from psu.edu R González-Ibáñez, S Muresan… – Proceedings of the 49th …, 2011 – Citeseer … Now Publishers Inc, July. Pennebaker, JW, Francis, ME, & Booth, RJ (2001). Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count (LIWC): LIWC2001 (this includes the manual only). … Yeah right: Sarcasm recognition for spoken dialogue systems. In InterSpeech ICSLP, Pittsburgh, PA. … Cited by 1 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 12 versions

[BOOK] Speech Technology: Theory and Applications F Chen… – 2010 – books.google.com … Speech Exploitation Resources Macros for the TeX text processor Learning disabilities Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count Linear Predictive … Interactive Device Open Agent Architecture Optical Character Recognition Software PARAdigm for DIalogue System Evaluation Principal … Library Search – All 2 versions

[PDF] Automatic Recognition of Personality through Language [PDF] from shef.ac.uk F Mairesse… – nlp.shef.ac.uk … Future Work • Are accuracies high enough to be used in a dialogue system? • Does more spoken data improve models? • What about ASR errors? … JW Pennebaker, LE Francis, and RJ Booth, 2001. LIWC: Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count. • WT Norman. 1963. … Related articles – View as HTML – All 2 versions

[BOOK] Effects of priming and work relationship on linguistic alignment in computer-mediated communication and human-computer interaction [HTML] from google.com J Hu – 2011 – books.google.com … alignment between paired interlocutors. The authors used a self-developed, computer-based text analysis program called Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count (LIWC) for data analysis. The two 12 Page 24. lab experiments involved … Related articles – Library Search – All 2 versions

Affect detection: An interdisciplinary review of models, methods, and their applications [HTML] from computer.org RA Calvo… – Affective Computing, IEEE Transactions …, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Page 1. Affect Detection: An Interdisciplinary Review of Models, Methods, and Their Applications Rafael A. Calvo, Senior Member, IEEE, and Sidney D’Mello, Member, IEEE Computer Society Abstract-This survey describes … Cited by 84 – Related articles – All 12 versions

Toward Spoken Human-Computer Tutorial Dialogues [PDF] from google.com SK D’Mello, A Graesser… – Human-Computer Interaction, 2010 – Taylor & Francis … It is conceivable that ASR errors are less problematic in spoken dialogue systems if the content of the user’s utterance (response) can be linked to an appropriate tutor action. … In Proceedings of the Workshop on Tutorial Dialogue Systems: With a View toward the Classroom. … Cited by 7 – Related articles – All 5 versions

Analyzing collaborative learning processes automatically [PDF] from uni-muenchen.de CP Rosé, YC Wang, J Arguello, K Stegmann… – 2008 – epub.ub.uni-muenchen.de … Linguistic inquiry and word count (LIWC) … 1998, 2001; Page 1968; Page and Petersen 1995; Landauer and Dumais 1997; Foltz et al. 1998; Laham 2000) and tutorial dialogue systems (Graesser et al. 1998; Rosé et al. 2001; Aleven et al. …

The expanding horizons of corpus analysis [PDF] from cmu.edu 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

OPINION MINING AND LEXICAL AFFECT SENSING A OSHERENKO – deposit.ddb.de … EP Extraction Pattern FSH Forward Selection Heuristic FWF Fifty Word Fiction Corpus GI General Inquirer HCI Human-Computer Interaction HMM Hidden Markov Model IG Information Gain IMDB Internet Movie Database LIWC Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count MFCC Mel … Related articles

[PDF] OPINION MINING AND LEXICAL AFFECT SENSING [PDF] from uni-augsburg.de DESG ZUR ERLANGUNG… – opus.bibliothek.uni-augsburg.de … EP Extraction Pattern FSH Forward Selection Heuristic FWF Fifty Word Fiction Corpus GI General Inquirer HCI Human-Computer Interaction HMM Hidden Markov Model IG Information Gain IMDB Internet Movie Database LIWC Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count MFCC Mel … View as HTML

Opinion Mining and Lexical Affect Sensing Meinungsextraktion und Lexikalische Emotionserkennung [PDF] from uni-augsburg.de A Osherenko – opus.bibliothek.uni-augsburg.de … EP Extraction Pattern FSH Forward Selection Heuristic FWF Fifty Word Fiction Corpus GI General Inquirer HCI Human-Computer Interaction HMM Hidden Markov Model IG Information Gain IMDB Internet Movie Database LIWC Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count MFCC Mel … Related articles – All 2 versions

[PDF] Deception Detection and Credibility Assessment Symposium [PDF] from hawaii.edu M Jensen, T Meservy, J Burgoon… – hicss.hawaii.edu Page 1. Proceedings of the Rapid Screening Technologies, Deception Detection and Credibility Assessment Symposium Matthew Jensen University of Oklahoma Thomas Meservy University of Memphis Judee Burgoon DHS … Related articles – View as HTML

A Computational Approach to the Analysis and Generation of Emotion in Text [PDF] from uottawa.ca F Keshtkar – 2011 – ruor.uottawa.ca Page 1. A Computational Approach to the Analysis and Generation of Emotion in Text by Fazel Keshtkar Thesis Submitted to the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements For the Degree of Ph.D. of Computer Science (Ph.D.) … Related articles – All 2 versions

[PDF] Computing point-of-view: modeling and simulating judgments of taste [PDF] from mit.edu XH Liu – 2006 – pubs.media.mit.edu Page 1. Computing Point-of-View: Modeling and Simulating Judgments of Taste by Xinyu Hugo Liu Sc.B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2001) M.Eng., Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2002) Submitted to the … Cited by 1 – Related articles – View as HTML – Library Search – All 8 versions

[DOC] School of Architecture and Planning [DOC] from mit.edu XH Liu – media.mit.edu … A third approach for user modeling is assigned a working term hereùdiscourse-based modeling. Discourse-based user modeling is likely the result of cross-over research from corpus-based computational linguistics and artificial intelligence, especially dialogue systems. … Related articles – View as HTML

[DOC] Xinyu Hugo Liu Sc. B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2001) M. Eng., Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2002) Submitted to the Program in Media … [DOC] from larifari.org XH Liu – pop.larifari.org … A third approach for user modeling is assigned a working term hereùdiscourse-based modeling. Discourse-based user modeling is likely the result of cross-over research from corpus-based computational linguistics and artificial intelligence, especially dialogue systems. … Related articles – View as HTML – All 17 versions