Patient Treatment & Dialog Systems 2017


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100 Best Virtual Patient Videos | Therapy & Dialog Systems 2017 | Virtual Patients 2016


Spoken language understanding for a nutrition dialogue system
M Korpusik, J Glass – IEEE/ACM Transactions on Audio …, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… Abstract—Food logging is recommended by dieticians for pre- vention and treatment of obesity, but currently … for diet tracking are often too difficult and time- consuming for patients to use … conducted as part of a larger effort to create a nutrition dialogue system that automatically …

Application of synchronous text-based dialogue systems in mental health interventions: systematic review
S Hoermann, KL McCabe, DN Milne… – Journal of medical …, 2017 – ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
… The lack of adequate documentation or statistical control of additional treatments participants sought out during the interventions is also of concern … Impact of mHealth chronic disease management on treatment adherence and patient outcomes: a systematic review …

A chatbot for psychiatric counseling in mental healthcare service based on emotional dialogue analysis and sentence generation
KJ Oh, D Lee, B Ko, HJ Choi – Mobile Data Management (MDM …, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… the conversational service, anyone can easily accessible and receive practical treatments for mental … smart mobile healthcare assistant called MoSHCA to improve patient- doctor interaction … from the user, and diagnosis or recommending appropriate treatment using probabilistic …

Design and Implementation of a Semantic Dialogue System for Radiologists
D Sonntag, M Huber, M Möller, A Ndiaye… – arXiv preprint arXiv …, 2017 – arxiv.org
… images have become indispensable for detecting and differentiating pathologies, planning interventions, and monitoring treatments … the general concern is with the next steps in the treatment process … RadLex, ICD-10) of different patient cases stored in the patient triple store …

Combining CNNs and Pattern Matching for Question Interpretation in a Virtual Patient Dialogue System
L Jin, M White, E Jaffe, L Zimmerman… – Proceedings of the 12th …, 2017 – aclweb.org
… and Lok (2012) have developed an approach for collecting dialogue data for virtual patient sys- tems … been deployed in a medical school to assess student’s ability to in- teract with patients through a … 5 have you ever had any psychotherapy treatment have you tried any treatment …

A therapy system for post-traumatic stress disorder using a virtual agent and virtual storytelling to reconstruct traumatic memories
ML Tielman, MA Neerincx, R Bidarra, B Kybartas… – Journal of medical …, 2017 – Springer
… Where a therapist might be able to steer the patient back on track, this is more … N., Wicherts, JM, Freitag, J., and Emmelkamp, PM, Meta-analysis of psychological treatments for posttraumatic … Neuro VR 1.5 – A free virtual reality platform for the assessment and treatment in clinical …

Perceived organizational affiliation and its effects on patient trust: Role modeling with embodied conversational agents
Z Zhang, TW Bickmore, MK Paasche-Orlow – Patient education and …, 2017 – Elsevier
… 3] in which the doctor and patient work together to determine a treatment plan … The movement for shared decision-making and patient-centered care in healthcare represents a re … envisioning of the basic structure of the relationship between doctors and patients, with partnership …

Synthetic Speech in Therapy of Auditory Hallucinations
K Sorokosz, I Stefaniak, A Janicki – International Conference on Text …, 2017 – Springer
… It is included in the Schizophrenia PORT Treatment Recommendation [5] and acknowledged as one of … was located in another room and was able to talk with the patient with their … The pilot studies confirmed that the application helped patients to control their hallucinations in real …

An architecture of virtual patient simulation platform to train doctor to break bad news
M Ochs, G Montcheuil, JM Pergandi… – … and Social Agents …, 2017 – hal.archives-ouvertes.fr
… a significant impact on the therapeutic process: disease evo- lution, adherence with treatment recommenda- tions … In order to model the virtual patient’s behavior, we have analyzed audio-visual … of inter- actions between doctors and actors playing the role of patients during real …

Dialogue management in task-oriented dialogue systems
P Blache – Proceedings of the 1st ACM SIGCHI International …, 2017 – dl.acm.org
… Expected_benefit: cure Damage Type: perforation Cause: instrument Operator: surgeon Severity: high Treatment: obligatory … plus the knowl- edge that can be inferred by the patient from doctor’s … to take advantage of such organization for the supervision of the dialogue system …

The next step: intelligent digital assistance for clinical operating rooms
J Miehle, D Ostler, N Gerstenlauer… – Innovative Surgical …, 2017 – degruyter.com
… com- municate with colleagues and patients to the benefit of both the caregivers and the patients [1]. Nonetheless, digi … Its main functionali- ties include: – providing data about surgery type, session team, gen- eral patient data, pre-diseases, medical treatment and laboratory …

Text-based Healthcare Chatbots Supporting Patient and Health Professional Teams: Preliminary Results of a Randomized Controlled Trial on Childhood …
T Kowatsch, M Nißen, CHI Shih… – Persuasive …, 2017 – research-collection.ethz.ch
… to assess the efficacy of the THCB-based 5.5-month intervention compared to a treatment-as- usual … other digital health interventions, for example, for individuals with asthma or diabetes or for substance abuse treatments … Patient Education and Counseling 59, 21- 30 (2005) …

Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy for cancer patients delivered via Internet: qualitative study of patient and therapist barriers and facilitators
FR Compen, EM Bisseling… – Journal of medical …, 2017 – ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
… Therapists declined either because of having provided too few individual online treatments to share experiences (n=1) or … barriers (Textbox 4) could be divided into the following four themes: treatment setting, treatment format, role of the therapist, and patient characteristics …

Avatars and virtual agents–relationship interfaces for the elderly
NA Shaked – Healthcare technology letters, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… and the change in the relationship: ‘Paternalistic model’ – the physician decides on the treatment and ‘calls … Informative model – the physician tells the patients about the possible treatments and data but … the patient’s profile and habits is an advantage that is leveraged to create a …

NICH at Its best for diabetes at its worst: Texting teens and their caregivers for better outcomes
DV Wagner, SA Barry, M Stoeckel… – Journal of diabetes …, 2017 – journals.sagepub.com
Background: There is growing evidence for the feasibility of text-based interventions for pediatric patients with type 1 diabetes (T1D). However, less is known …

Proposal of reminiscence therapy system using spoken dialog to suppress dementia
R Nishimura, T Uchiya, T Hirano… – … (GCCE), 2017 IEEE 6th …, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… Abstract—The number of dementia patients has increased in recent years. The burden on caregivers has also increased … Controlling dementia progression is an important goal of dementia treatment … In the reminiscence method, a caregiver talks with a dementia patient …

AB1077 Does preconsult electronic exchange affect postconsult diagnosis?
G Miller, B Chou, N Patel… – Annals of the Rheumatic …, 2017 – search.proquest.com
… Forms were designed to gather information about daily treatment adherence (binomial), daily modifications (categorical … forms could be completed in less than 3 minutes by the patient or his … Between 2014–2016, 419 apps were installed in patients or care provider’s smartphones …

An Expert System to Assist with Early Detection of Schizophrenia
SR Manalu, BS Abbas, FL Gaol, B Trawi?ski – Asian Conference on …, 2017 – Springer
… The new interface could optimize the process of gathering data from patients as well as improve the … The noise emitted by the patient while mumbling or talking to himself cannot be heard by … to evaluate the stage of schizophrenia to help the psychiatrist to take the right treatment …

AB1079 Follow up of patients with rheumatic diseases by means of a smartphone application: satisfaction index based on a survey among users and care providers
CA Guillen-Astete… – Annals of the Rheumatic …, 2017 – search.proquest.com
… In the 7809 treatment infusions, 477 incidents (4.1%) were registered, 33 of them related to the antiosteoporotic therapies … that SLE patients exhibit higher tendency to incidents (4.8% of incidents in the 392 treatments for SLE … Patient gender did not influence the working capacity …

A Multimodal Dialogue System for Medical Decision Support inside Virtual Reality
A Prange, M Chikobava, P Poller, M Barz… – Proceedings of the 18th …, 2017 – aclweb.org
… This model was trained on a set of struc- tured data from 475 patients, containing a total of 19438 diagnoses, 15352 procedures, 59202 lab … In addition users should be able to change or add patient data through natural speech … Pillars of ontology treatment in the medical domain …

DIABCARD Core System-A Chip Card Medical Information System
G Gogoua, A Mavromatis, N Maglaveras, C Pappas… – researchgate.net
… history. Patients may be put at risk if additional treatment is unknown. The use of a smart card for storing part of the Computer- based Patient Record (CPR) renders this information available when and where it is needed. The …

An mHealth app counseling patients and general practitioners about Multiple Myeloma
G Lanzola, R Boninsegna, E Losiouk… – … and Technologies for …, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… for information about their clinical status, their disease or the available treatments [13] … the app under in- vestigation, and the control group (45), receiving the standard treatment … Li, N. Kong, M. Chen, and QP Zheng, “Optimal physician assignment and patient demand allocation …

AB1078 Impact of pre-screening on rheumatology outpatient clinic practice
C Orr, O McElvaney, M McQuillan… – Annals of the …, 2017 – search.proquest.com
… Forms were designed to gather information about daily treatment adherence (binomial), daily modifications (categorical … forms could be completed in less than 3 minutes by the patient or his … Between 2014–2016, 419 apps were installed in patients or care provider’s smartphones …

Design of Reminiscence Therapy System for Elderly People with Dementia
T Uchiya, R Nishimura, T Hirano, M Sakurai – International Conference on …, 2017 – Springer
… Abstract. In recent years, the number of dementia patients has increased, imposing ever greater burdens on caregivers … Controlling its progression is a goal of treatment … method, one means of suppressing the progression of dementia, a caregiver talks with a dementia patient …

Negotiation of Antibiotic Treatment in Medical Consultations: A Corpus based Study
N Wang – Proceedings of ACL 2017, Student Research …, 2017 – aclweb.org
… 1997. Influence of patients’ expectations on an- tibiotic management of acute lower respiratory tract illness in general practice: questionnaire study … 2009. Physician communication and patient adher- ence to treatment: A meta-analysis. Medical care 47(8):826–834 …

An Affect-Aware Dialogue System for Counseling
L Ring – 2017 – search.proquest.com
… receive??any??forms??of??treatment???[73]???due??to??the??cost,??availability … patients??talk??about??their??negative??feelings??or??painful??experiences.??During? ?these … therapist??will??alert??the??patient??to??the??feelings??they??are …

Ontology based Baysian network for clinical specialty supporting in interactive question answering systems
JF Yeh, YJ Huang, KP Huang – Engineering Computations, 2017 – emeraldinsight.com
… In the past, a public health worker was required to provide help in deciding the appropriate treatment department for a patient according to the … is able to provide better service for the clinical specialty supporting by extracting the semantic information from patients’ utterances …

Multilingual spoken dialog systems for handheld devices
BML Srivastava – 2017 – researchgate.net
… But these systems are not directly accessible and operable by the patients … Sherwani [48] worked on the ideas similar to the current work where community health workers and dialog system technologies were collaboratively used in order to provide healthcare to the low-literate …

Excavio
A Jankowski – Interactive Granular Computations in Networks and …, 2017 – Springer
… these rules could be used to control the dialogue with the patient or the … simple dialog patterns, associated with the potential effects of administering the treatment R in … different potential relationships of concepts (eg, action scenario, procedures and medical treatments) instead of …

Gesture and Voice-Based Natural User Interface for Electronic Whiteboard System in a Medical Emergency Department
AL de Sousa Freitas, VP de Camargo… – Proceedings of the XVI …, 2017 – dl.acm.org
… 24. Tara Mullaney, Björn Yttergren, and Erik Stolterman. 2013. Positional acts: using a Kinect™ sensor to reconfigure patient roles within radiotherapy treatment … 2012. RadSpeech, a mobile dialogue system for radiologists …

Intelligent Adaptive Pillbox: Dynamic Programmable Assistive Technology Device
JS LAKSHMI, SK NASEEMA – INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL, 2017 – ijcmi.com
… main cause of death is not a disease but the behaviour of people towards the treatment of the disease … motor, the led system and also sends the SMS to the patient. Future Works … The device will be used only by;doctors, keepers, and patients without significant disorders …

Knowledge-driven Support for Reminiscence on Companion Robots
L Asprino, A Gangemi, AG Nuzzolese, V Presutti… – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
… Among the cognitive rehabilitation interventions that complement pharmacolog- ical treatments, reminiscence therapy is … to check user’s answer and then either providing the patient with intermediate … C., Shibata, T.: Socially Assistive Robotics in the Treatment of Behavioural and …

Social Robots and Other Relational Agents to Improve Patient Care
VHS Wang, TF Osborne – Using Technology to Improve Care of …, 2017 – books.google.com
… Show me more details of the study TITLE: Phase II Treatment trial for lung Cancer … an opportunity to utilize relational agents to mitigate risks faced by our vulnerable older patient populations, while … Response to a relational agent by hospital patients with depressive symptoms …

Creating Dialogues Using Argumentation and Social Practices
F Dignum, F Bex – International Conference on Internet Science, 2017 – Springer
… The system is based on the SALVE system [1] used to train medical students to have conversations with patients … At the end of the consultation the doctor should have a clear diagnosis of the illness of the patient and a treatment plan …

Cologne Mass Casualty Incident Exercise 2015—Using Linked Databases to Improve Risk and Crisis Management in Critical Infrastructure Protection
F Brauner, A Lotter, OA Mudimu… – Operations Research …, 2017 – Springer
… it uses a Mass Casualty Incident Benchmark that rates the patient care according … documented and recorded the information flows, the individual care of patients was recorded … injuries had been described and then afterwards the recommended methods of treatment were figured …

Robust and efficient transfer learning with hidden parameter markov decision processes
TW Killian, S Daulton, G Konidaris… – Advances in Neural …, 2017 – papers.nips.cc
… 5.3 HIV treatment Determining effective treatment protocols for patients with HIV was introduced as an RL problem by mathematically representing a patient’s physiological response to separate classes of treatments [1, 15]. In …

Augmenting group medical visits with conversational agents for stress management behavior change
A Shamekhi, T Bickmore, A Lestoquoy… – International Conference …, 2017 – Springer
… to acquiring new disease or exacerbate their existing diseases [4]. Standard treatments for chronic … experience empowers and motivates patients to create an individualized treatment plan for their … reported in this paper was partially funded through a Patient-Centered Outcomes …

Mandy: Towards a smart primary care chatbot application
L Ni, C Lu, N Liu, J Liu – … Symposium on Knowledge and Systems Sciences, 2017 – Springer
… 1. Evaluating the Generated Questions.\(\mathsf {Mandy}\) is intended to communicate with the patients just like a real … pose a list of personalized questions that truthfully reflect the medical conditions of the patient and lead to meaningful information for their treatment …

Opening Access To Practice-based Evidence in Clinical Decision Support Systems with Natural Query Language
P Kap?a?ski, A Seganti, K Cie?li?ski… – … Sklodowska, sectio AI …, 2017 – journals.umcs.pl
… II. CLINICAL DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM APPLICATION FOR GIST CANCER TREATMENT Cancer treatment is one of the area where CDSS … of the NQL parser we have built are: • it is robust (queries like : sum Patients or Patients summed or sum of the best Patient I know …

What’s Up, Doc? A Medical Diagnosis Bot
M Agrawal, J Cheng, C Tran – stanford.edu
… et al., 2016) In addition, 4.5% of Americans failed to obtain necessary medical treatments due to … database, and (3) developing a per- sonalized diagnosis as well as referring the patient to an … bot’s best application would be as a preliminary di- agnosis tool that patients could use …

Interruptions as speech acts
P Wallis, B Edmonds – Proceedings of the first Workshop on …, 2017 – e-space.mmu.ac.uk
… phenomena of interest in CA, consider this classic example from the literature in a doctor/patient conversation: Patient: this treatment, it won … Doctor: [3.2 seconds silence] Patient: It will … Critically for dialog systems, the goal is explicit and can be used in explanations of behaviour …

An Intelligent Behaviour Shown by Chatbot System
V Sharma, M Goyal, D Malik – International Journal of New Technology and … – ijntr.org
… Chatbots are mainly used in dialog systems for various practical purposes including customer services or information acquisition … the lives of many people, particularly those suffering from psychological issues and that it could aid doctors working on such patients’ treatment …

An immersive virtual reality mobile platform for self-attachment
D Cittern, A Edalat, I Ghaznavi – 2017 – spiral.imperial.ac.uk
… [27] also developed the STRIVE immersive VR platform for stress treatment … The platform, dubbed ‘Phobos’, also has support for standard CBT treatments … The main idea is to immerse the patient in this virtual environment in order to drain their attention resources (which would …

Conversational Agent-Based Behaviour Change Support Systems: Comparing the Technical Aspects of Recent Applications
A de Vos, J Nieuwdorp, R Keulemans – adriaandevos.nl
… Patients are most of the time not confined to certain voice commands but can freely formulate … The CA will react and take into account the emotional states of the patient to optimize … system evaluates the facial expression and the answer to decide on the next step in the treatment …

End-to-End Dialogue with Sentiment Analysis Features
A Rinaldi, O Oseguera, J Tuazon, AC Cruz – International Conference on …, 2017 – Springer
… suicidal thoughts primarily because they believe they don’t need professional treatment, lack time … Psychotherapists are required to understand and react to the emotional state of their patients … processed so that every session is a single-turn conversation (the patient speaks once …

A companion robot for daily care of elders based on homeostasis
CY Yang, MJ Lu, SH Tseng… – Society of Instrument and …, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… observe thoughtful care without feeling abandoned and activating the brain activities of patients with dementia. Currently, our homeostasis model is capable of dealing with single elder or patient, with stable … [20] “Dementia: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatments,” 2016, accessed …

Machine Learning and Social Robotics for Detecting Early Signs of Dementia
P Jonell, J Mendelson, T Storskog, G Hagman… – arXiv preprint arXiv …, 2017 – arxiv.org
… The contributions of such a system to the diagnostics and treatment of de- mentia … The intent is replicate the typical interaction between patient and clinician during the … Stakeholders include potential users from the target demographic (volunteers and patients), clinicians with …

Design and Usability of the Next Medical Devices for the Home Care
F Tosi, A Rinaldi – The Design Journal, 2017 – Taylor & Francis
… error” alone, damages to the patient’s health and the correct administration of treatment, are very … Besides the direct users (patients), relatives and home care-givers must also be considered, in … words, all those people who are directly or indirectly involved in caring for the patient …

Joint, incremental disfluency detection and utterance segmentation from speech
J Hough, D Schlangen – Proceedings of the 15th Conference of the …, 2017 – aclweb.org
… Julian Hough and David Schlangen Dialogue Systems Group // CITEC // Faculty of Linguistics and Literature Bielefeld University firstname.lastname@uni-bielefeld.de … and dis- fluencies in general have also been shown to pre- dict outcomes to psychiatric treatment (Howes et al …

Development of An Arabic Conversational Intelligent Tutoring System for Education of Children with ASD
SS Aljameel, JD O’Shea, KA Crockett… – Computational …, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… ASSISTED SEXUAL HEALTH AGENT (TASHA): A CONVERSATIONAL AGENT FOR PATIENT DECISION MAKING … Demir, “Improved treatment of word meaning in a Turkish conversational agent … 25] T. Bickmore and T. Giorgino, “Health dialog systems for patients and consumers …

WatsonPaths: scenario-based question answering and inference over unstructured information
A Lally, S Bagchi, MA Barborak, DW Buchanan… – AI …, 2017 – go.galegroup.com
… many medical specialties where active research produces new diagnosis and treatment guidelines and … logic development effort on clinical guidelines for specific diseases or treatments, for example … But such systems lack the ability to handle patient comorbidities and concurrent …

Patient subtyping via time-aware LSTM networks
IM Baytas, C Xiao, X Zhang, F Wang, AK Jain… – Proceedings of the 23rd …, 2017 – dl.acm.org
… such as lab tests, procedures, medications, and diagnoses to determine the right treatment … ultimately leads to precision medicine where patients are provided with treatments tailored to their … Patient subtyping facilitates the investigation of a particular type of complicated disease …

Virtual Reality and Game Mechanics in Generalized Social Phobia Treatment
KJ Niechwiadowicz – 2017 – essay.utwente.nl
… Some studies show it is superior to other treatments [37]–[39], while others do not find … deeper understanding of the patient’s phobias since the therapist can observe the patient’s behaviors and … Some studies show that it might encourage patients to get treatment, but it could also …

Analysis and comparison of two task models in a partially observable Markov decision process based assistive system
EMD Jean-Baptiste, A Mihailidis – Soft Computing & Machine …, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… Work- shop on Knowledge and Reasoning in Practical Dialog Systems, Int. Joint Conf … [18] M. Folstein, S. Folstein, and P. McHugh, “”Mini-mental state”. A practical method for grading the cognitive state of patients for the clinician,” Journal of Psychiatric Research, 1975 …

Natural language understanding (NLU, not NLP) in cognitive systems
M McShane – AI Magazine, 2017 – search.proquest.com
… For example, agents in dialogue systems receive one and only one formula- tion of each … to overall agent functioning within a defined domain is the Maryland Virtual Patient pro- totype … with both physio- logical and cognitive simulations — served as virtual patients who could be …

Intelligent Support for Surgeons in the Operating Room
R Malaka, F Dylla, C Freksa, T Barkowsky… – Anticipation and …, 2017 – Springer
… The image shows an abdominal surgical treatment … OR and 3D simulation algorithms necessary to present accurate information after “opening” the patient’s body and … Such systems could be particular devices dedicated to singular treatments or operation types, but optimized to …

Computational Approaches to Dialogue
D Traum – The Routledge Handbook of Language and Dialogue, 2017 – books.google.com
… 2012), patients for medi- cal (Stevens et al … 2007) patient interaction, and language learning (Johnson et al. 2004) … Howes, C., Purver, M., McCabe, R., Healey, PGT & Lavelle, M.(2012), Predicting adherence to treatment for schizophrenia from dialogue transcripts …

Association between complete response and outcomes in transplant?eligible myeloma patients in the era of novel agents
H van de Velde, A Londhe, O Ataman… – European journal of …, 2017 – Wiley Online Library
… treated with novel-agent-based therapies are likely to have undergone treatment more recently … did not take into account individual patient characteristics; unfortunately, individual patient-level data … between response rates and long-term outcomes is similar in patients with high …

In dialogue with an avatar, language behavior is identical to dialogue with a human partner
E Heyselaar, P Hagoort, K Segaert – Behavior research methods, 2017 – Springer
… Our stimulus pictures depicted 40 transitive events such as kissing, helping, or strangling with the agent and patient of this action … All categorical factors were treatment coded; the reference levels used were first block for Order, human partner for Partner Type, and intransitive …

Natural language processing in mental health applications using non-clinical texts
RA Calvo, DN Milne, MS Hussain… – Natural Language …, 2017 – cambridge.org
… We also focus on texts that have been written by users (eg mostly consumers, occasionally patients) rather than doctors or … been diagnosed with postnatal/postpartum depression (PPD) and 137 mothers with no experience of depression (a PHQ-9 Patient Health Questionnaire …

Artificial Intelligence in Bio-Medical Domain
M Salman, AW Ahmed, OA Khan… – Artificial …, 2017 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
… support systems (DSSs) [34]-[36] are mostly used in healthcare environments for assisting and analyzing the data of patients [37]-[42] … based on rules used for the diagnosis and identification of bacteria and then recommends antibiotics for the treatment of infected patient [56] …

Talk and Tools: the best of both worlds in mobile user interfaces for E-coaching
RJ Beun, S Fitrianie, F Griffioen-Both, S Spruit… – Personal and Ubiquitous …, 2017 – Springer
… Health coaching dialog systems have been developed on the basis of research methods from persuasive technology … In [11], an e-coach is described that offers an insomnia treatment in six … evaluation; and, finally, (d) a randomized controlled trial (RCT) with insomnia patients [22 …

Interactive Cognitive Systems and Social Intelligence
P Langley – IEEE Intelligent Systems, 2017 – computer.org
… and • McShane and colleagues’22 Mary- land Virtual Patient, which com- bined language understanding, reason ing, decision making, epi- sodic memory, and language gener- ation to engage in textual dialogues with a doctor about symptoms, medical treatments, and side …

Software Design Patterns for Persuasive Computer–Human Dialogue: Reminder, Reward, and Instant Feedback
M Oduor, T Alahäivälä, H Oinas-Kukkonen – Behavior Change Research …, 2017 – Elsevier
… Behavioral treatments were first introduced in the 1970s and researchers advocating these approaches … 2011), at the heart of health promotion or any treatment program is … 2009) have proposed four categories of design principles: primary task, dialogue, system credibility, and …

Communication system and team situation awareness in a multiplayer real-time learning environment: application to a virtual operating room
CP Lelardeux, D Panzoli, V Lubrano, V Minville… – The Visual …, 2017 – Springer
… often linked with reports of medication errors and errors in procedures, treatments or tests … components of a comprehensive strategy to improve the safety of a patient as well … Spoken dialogue systems have been defined as computer systems with which humans interact on a turn …

Using acoustic paralinguistic information to assess the interaction quality in speech-based systems for elderly users
H Pérez-Espinosa, J Martínez-Miranda… – International Journal of …, 2017 – Elsevier
… Georgila et al. (2008) created a corpus of interactions made by older and young users using a Wizard-of-Oz (WoZ)-based dialogue system, where they designed and annotated this corpus to examine the impact of cognitive aging on user interactions with this type of system …

Empirical methods for modelling persuadees in dialogical argumentation
A Hunter, S Polberg – Tools with Artificial Intelligence (ICTAI) …, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… However, as unappealing it is, we consider it to be quite convincing and it is likely that the patient will decide to undergo the treatment to extend his life. The examples above show that these three notions are, to some degree, distinct …

Conversational agents can provide formative assessment, constructive learning, and adaptive instruction
A Graesser, B McDaniel – The Future of Assessment, 2017 – taylorfrancis.com
… For example, after the patient says, “You always argue with me,” ELIZA inserts a question template [Why … In most of the studies, a pretest is administered, followed by a tutoring treatment, followed by a … The tutoring treatments compare AutoTutor under different types of conditions …

Context-Aware Response Generation for Mental Health Counseling
R Pryzant – stanford.edu
… Natural language processing (NLP), speech, and dialogue systems have made great strides recently in … In recent years, the availability of these treatments has greatly expanded, due in part … Instead, many organi- zations employ untrained volunteers to meet their patient’s needs …

A theoretical framework for conversational search
F Radlinski, N Craswell – Proceedings of the 2017 Conference on …, 2017 – dl.acm.org
… Even in closed domain dialog systems, additional work is needed to make the turn-taking behavior of … rephrased statements made by the patient, reformulating them as questions back to the patient … return to issues of trust and moral character, and thus further treatment of them …

Arguments from authority and expert opinion in computational argumentation systems
D Walton, M Koszowy – AI & SOCIETY, 2017 – Springer
… opinion has long been traditionally linked to the notion of authority and textbook treatments of the … case, but she or he also has the administrative power to tell the patient what to … the capability to go part way when extended even further by using formal dialogue systems to model …

A pilot study on using an intelligent life-like robot as a companion for elderly individuals with dementia and depression
H Abdollahi, A Mollahosseini, JT Lane… – … ), 2017 IEEE-RAS …, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… Highlighted cells mean that the symptoms (ie Dementia and Depression) exist in the patient … Table I shows the demographics of the patients that participated in our pilot studies … L. Giusti, C. Mennecozzi, and T. Shi- bata, “Socially assistive robotics in the treatment of behavioural …

Controlling an intelligent operating room with spoken language
N Gerstenlauer – 2017 – oparu.uni-ulm.de
… Spoken Dialogue System User Ontology Database … The main functionalities inherent to the system are: • Reading the most important data from the database: surgery type, session team, general patient data, pre-diseases, medical treatment and laboratory data …

Instrument-oriented approach to detecting and representing human activity for supporting executive functions and learning
J Baskar, C Yan, H Lindgren – … of the European Conference on Cognitive …, 2017 – dl.acm.org
… a nurse, the nurse has certain information about the person through the patient health record … older adults [16], the COPD-management web site4 and a self-treatment application for … An experiment on integrating an agent- based dialogue system into DMSS-W is also presented …

Human agency and responsible computing: Implications for computer system design
B Friedman, PH Kahn Jr – Computer Ethics, 2017 – books.google.com
… the patient’s family as a purposeful decision maker (the second type of distortion … a computerized closed-loop sodium nitro-prusside titration system for antihypertensive treatment after open … B. Lee, Accuracy of decisions to withdraw therapy in critically ill patients: clinical judgment …

An Overview of Open-Source Chatbots Social Skills
A Augello, M Gentile, F Dignum – International Conference on Internet …, 2017 – Springer
… step of the dialogue where the doctor explains the anamnesis followed by the treatment plan … If the doctor asks the patient whether she experiences a particular symptom she can answer “yes … This is a logical starting point for dialogue systems as the topic of a conversation is also …

Do we know what we think we know? On the importance of replication in instructional communication research
R Kaufmann, NT Tatum – Communication Education, 2017 – nca.tandfonline.com
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Meeting contemporary statistical needs of instructional communication research: Modeling teaching and learning as a conditional process
AK Goodboy – Communication Education, 2017 – nca.tandfonline.com
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Intelligent User Interfaces-A Tutorial
D Sonntag – arXiv preprint arXiv:1702.05250, 2017 – arxiv.org
… GPU-based deep learning machine learning infrastructure for anomaly treatment and data … Keywords AI methods · Multimodal interaction · Dialogue systems · Collaboration … Cognitive Enhancement Technology by Cognitive Models and Mixed Reality for Dementia Patients …

The Influence of Politeness Behavior on User Compliance with Social Robots in a Healthcare Service Setting
N Lee, J Kim, E Kim, O Kwon – International Journal of Social Robotics, 2017 – Springer
… all types of treatment and prevention situations [13] whether the medical service is related to physical or psychological wellness. To enhance patient compliance, message givers must choose an effective communication channel [74]. The information given to patients should be …

Bringing semantic structures to user intent detection in online medical queries
C Zhang, N Du, W Fan, Y Li, CT Lu… – Big Data (Big Data) …, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… For example, medical queries with concept transitions tSymptom?Medicine usually start with patients describing their … Diet Cause Treatment Surgery Recover Risk … of the last hidden states in modeling natural language sequences in applications like dialog systems [18], we …

Changing stigmatizing attitudes to mental health via education and contact with embodied conversational agents
J Sebastian, D Richards – Computers in Human Behavior, 2017 – Elsevier
… been used to help humans with physical health conditions including adherence to treatment or medication … Fox & Bailenson, 2009) and as tools to educate hospitalised patients about their … around building a working alliance between the ECA and human patient/client (Bickmore …

Detecting Dementia Through Interactive Computer Avatars
H Tanaka, H Adachi, N Ukita, M Ikeda… – IEEE journal of …, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… Its early diagnosis is obviously critical because this allows the patient and family to plan … As poten- tially useful and proven treatments become available, early diagnosis will become increasingly important … in its most early stages [3]. In order to detect dementia, patients undergo a …

Context-aware selection of multi-modal conversational fillers in human-robot dialogues
M Gallé, E Kynev, N Monet… – Robot and Human …, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… when a human finished its utterance h, the different modules of the dialogue system start to … If the decision would require more sophisticated treatment (access to another knowledge-base for instance … wait a second Oh, I hope you guys at {} know how to be patient, slots=[‘company …

Conversational Agents Can Provide Formative Assessment, Constructive Learning, and Adaptive Instruction
CA Dwyer – The Future of Assessment, 2017 – taylorfrancis.com
… For example, after the patient says, “You always argue with me,” ELIZA inserts a question template [Why … In most of the studies, a pretest is administered, followed by a tutoring treatment, followed by a … The tutoring treatments compare AutoTutor under different types of conditions …

The future online: instructional communication scholars taking the lead
A Chatham-Carpenter – Communication Education, 2017 – nca.tandfonline.com
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Quotation in dialogue
E Gregoromichelaki – The semantics and pragmatics of quotation, 2017 – Springer
… As a consequence, certain quotation data that are not amenable to appropriate treatment within the G&C model become naturally accounted for under the DS-TTR modelling … know lying there going, “well.”. Patient: “ Open image in new window ?” (Duff et al. 2007). (12) …

Development and testing of an intrusion detection system for unmanned aerial systems
J Straub – Digital Avionics Systems Conference (DASC), 2017 …, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… A radiation therapy machine, the Therac-25, subjected two patients to lethal doses of radiation during a treatment [28], [32] … Workshop on Dialogue Systems: Interaction, Adaptation and Styles of Management. 10th Conf. of the EACL, 2003 …

Anticipation in Motion-based Games for Health
R Malaka, M Herrlich, J Smeddinck – Anticipation and Medicine, 2017 – Springer
… This can be due to infections, other treatments, medications, etc … Thus therapy or treatment could be an elaborate model of an actual physiotherapeutic treatment for the individual user … adaptation of timing, accuracy, and the distance that can be reached by the patient’s arm (Fig …

MultiSense—Context-aware nonverbal behavior analysis framework: A psychological distress use case
G Stratou, LP Morency – IEEE Transactions on Affective …, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… health- care have fostered sensor-based applications that target, among others, patient treatment (eg, rehabilitation … health agents [40], [41] have been developed for screening of patients and information … targeting the specific application (eg, inferring agi- tation of a patient in a …

Health communication: a future direction for instructional communication research
E Donovan, B Love, M Mackert… – Communication …, 2017 – nca.tandfonline.com
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Mixing methods in instructional research
AL Meluch – Communication Education, 2017 – nca.tandfonline.com
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Reiterating the importance of student development in the field of instructional communication
ZW Goldman, SA Myers – Communication Education, 2017 – nca.tandfonline.com
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Hows, whats, and (don’t forget) whos: the future of inquiry in communication, teaching, and learning
DP Dannels – Communication Education, 2017 – nca.tandfonline.com
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Looking forward: envisioning the immediate future of instructional communication research
JA Hess, JP Mazer – Communication Education, 2017 – Taylor & Francis
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Envisioning instructional communication research as a multi-paradigmatic response to neoliberalism’s effect on instruction
DH Kahl – Communication Education, 2017 – nca.tandfonline.com
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Guns on campus: creating research to inform practice
SM Horan, LE Bryant – Communication Education, 2017 – nca.tandfonline.com
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Making tough choices to continue instructional communication research
PL Witt – Communication Education, 2017 – nca.tandfonline.com
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Expanding and exporting instructional communication scholarship: a necessary new direction
JM Valenzano III, SP Wallace – Communication Education, 2017 – Taylor & Francis
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The machines are coming: future directions in instructional communication research
A Edwards, C Edwards – Communication Education, 2017 – Taylor & Francis
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Cheery companions or serious assistants? Role and demeanor congruity as predictors of robot attraction and use intentions among senior citizens
SS Sundar, EH Jung, TF Waddell, KJ Kim – International Journal of Human …, 2017 – Elsevier
… Similarly, improvements in robot dialogue systems now afford robot designers the opportunity to imbue robots with a personality or social demeanor based on slight variations in speaking rate or tone … Fig. 1. Apparatus: HomeMate robot. 3.3. Experimental treatment conditions …

To Sum Up
E Weigand – The Routledge Handbook of Language and Dialogue, 2017 – taylorfrancis.com
… In this case, the back end system will determine the content that should be expressed to the human, and the dialogue system will take care of the translation to human … 2012), patients for medi- cal (Stevens et al … 2007) patient interaction, and language learning (Johnson et al …

Parental control reversed: Using ADR for designing a low-cost monitoring system for elderly
T Mettler, M Bächle, S Daurer, A Judt – 2017 – aisel.aisnet.org
… by reducing the number of onsite visits or even stationary treatments (Baker et … the traditional demarcation lines between clinically oriented systems and more patient-centered environments … patients in particular, frequently do not reflect their actual needs (rather emphasizing the …

Human-in-the-Loop Control Processes in Gas Turbine Maintenance
M Barz, P Poller, M Schneider, S Zillner… – … Conference on Industrial …, 2017 – Springer
… for the hot rolling mill in Eisenhüttenstadt combines two anomaly treatment approaches: (1 … Sonntag, D., Liwicki, M., Weber, M.: Digital pen in mammography patient forms … D., Sonnenberg, G., Nesselrath, R., Herzog, G.: Supporting a rapid dialogue system engineering process …

A Multipurpose Goal Model for Personalised Digital Coaching
J Baskar, R Janols, E Guerrero, JC Nieves… – Agents and Multi-Agent …, 2017 – Springer
… A method for generating multipurpose arguments relating to different motives were developed, and implemented in a human-agent dialogue system … 3.4 and 4). 3.2 Agent Model Implemented in the Human-Agent Dialogue System …

Dialogue, dialogicality and interactivity
P Linell – Language and Dialogue, 2017 – jbe-platform.com
… 4. A dialogue action theory: Dialogue game model; 5. Theories of semiotic resources used in dialogue: Language and dialogue systems and more … be raised concerning their realism and generalised desirability; is it ever possible, or desirable, for professionals and patients in a …

A Multipurpose Goal Model for Personalised Digital Coaching
JC Nieves, H Lindgren – Agents and Multi-Agent Systems for …, 2017 – books.google.com
… A method for generating multipurpose arguments relating to different motives were developed, and implemented in a human-agent dialogue system … i-nodes are treated as statements in the dialogue, and literals in the logic implemented in the dialogue system …

A robotic couples counselor for promoting positive communication
D Utami, TW Bickmore, LJ Kruger – Robot and Human …, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… speech-based reference to users’ given names (programmed into the dialogue system prior to … Extending therapy to multiple sessions in longitudinal treatment is also an important direction … Taking the Time to Care: Empowering Low Health Literacy Hospital Patients with Virtual …

Sequential short-text classification with neural networks
F Dernoncourt – 2017 – dspace.mit.edu
… A common control intervention is the treatment that is normally given to patients with the same medical condition. The number of RCTs published every year is steadily increasing, as shown in Figure 1- 15 … For instance, fewer than half of all the medical treatments …

A deep reinforcement learning chatbot
IV Serban, C Sankar, M Germain, S Zhang… – arXiv preprint arXiv …, 2017 – arxiv.org
… 1 Introduction Dialogue systems and conversational agents – including chatbots, personal assistants and voice- control interfaces – are becoming ubiquitous in modern society … 2 System Overview Early work on dialogue systems (Weizenbaum 1966, Colby 1981, Aust et al …

All talk
B Thomas – Dialogue across Media, 2017 – books.google.com
… exploring language-centred methods such as “close listening,” the argument being that “patient study of … What is distinctive about recent treatments of the subject (for example the film Ex … feminists as a continuation of the dehumanisation of women and their treatment as domestic …

A fully automated conversational agent for promoting mental well-being: A pilot RCT using mixed methods
KH Ly, AM Ly, G Andersson – Internet Interventions, 2017 – Elsevier
… to-face treatments, compared to purely digital health interventions. One way to address this problem is to augment self-help interventions with external support from clinicians or coaches. While this approach holds promise in for example self-guided depression treatment (Mohr …

Treating Unexpected Input in Incremental Semantic Analysis
M McShane, K Blissett, I Nirenburg – … of The Fifth Annual Conference on …, 2017 – cogsys.org
… which is useful, for example, when they play the role of virtual patients in medical … to a physical toy; … advancements in diagnosis and care as well as treatment in humans, is … can find relevant past work in our descriptions of the Maryland Virtual Patient application (McShane et al …

Doctoral Consortium Papers
J Ham, C Midden – … and implementation of personalized technologies to … – ris.utwente.nl
… In order to pursue a better understanding of how persuasive technologies can benefit and improve ADHD patient treatment, this research will collect and validate data from patients, family members, and health professionals at the ProDAH2, affiliated to the Hospital de Clínicas …

Learning from Temporally-Structured Human Activities Data
ZC Lipton – 2017 – escholarship.org
… Zachary C. Lipton, Alexandra Chouldechova, “Can ML Reduce Disparate Impact Without Disparate Treatment?”, (in preparation … Take, for example, a patient who goes for a walk during hourly … patients, we show that we can recognize a large number of diagnoses with surprising …

Designing User Interfaces in Emotionally-Sensitive Applications
A Sutcliffe – IFIP Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, 2017 – Springer
… of persuading elderly users to self-refer for follow-up tests and appropriate medical treatment … Message warning about possible cognitive impairment (patient history) … participants suggested that self-help (how to cope) and explanation (dementia mitigation treatments) could be …

Clinical Intervention Prediction and Understanding using Deep Networks
H Suresh, N Hunt, A Johnson, LA Celi… – arXiv preprint arXiv …, 2017 – arxiv.org
… Any treatments come with inherent risks, and we target interventions that span a wide severity of … and small changes in ventilation settings can have large impact in patient outcomes (Tobin … studying whether fluid bolus therapy should be given to critically ill patients, only studies …

Social Agents for Learning in Virtual Environments
LJL Weideveld – 2017 – dspace.library.uu.nl
… Any health-care professional should be able to communicate effectively with their clients/patients. In the work by Yedidia et al … More comprehensive medical histories • Improved patient adherence to treatment plans • Reduction in symptoms …

CLARC: A Cognitive Robot for Helping Geriatric Doctors in Real Scenarios
D Voilmy, C Suárez, A Romero-Garcés… – Iberian Robotics …, 2017 – Springer
… a clinical procedure for the evaluation of frailty of older people and adequate treatment prescription … would make possible, either more relational work or receiving a greater number of patients (solving part … to have the feeling of existing as a person (not as a patient record number …

Human-in-the-Loop Control Processes in Gas Turbine Maintenance
D Sonntag – Industrial Applications of Holonic and Multi-Agent …, 2017 – books.google.com
… for the hot rolling mill in Eisenhüttenstadt combines two anomaly treatment approaches:(1) the … Sonntag, D., Liwicki, M., Weber, M.: Digital pen in mammography patient forms … In: Proceedings of 1st International Workshop on Spoken Dialogue Systems Technology, IWSDS (2009 …

Enhancing a Role and Reference Grammar approach to English motion constructions in a Natural Language Processing environment
RJ Briones, A Luzondo – Círculo de Lingüística Aplicada a la Comunicación – recyt.fecyt.es
… walnuts into the bowl (Goldberg 1995: 86). Thus, taking this realization as a case in point, we now zoom in on the current computational treatment of the caused-motion … other as a Patient. Rather, it comes from the higher-level construct, ie the caused …

Enhancing a Role and Reference Grammar approach to English motion constructions in a Natural Language Processing environment
A Luzondo-Oyón, R Jiménez-Briones – 2017 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
… walnuts into the bowl (Goldberg 1995: 86). Thus, taking this realization as a case in point, we now zoom in on the current computational treatment of the caused-motion … other as a Patient. Rather, it comes from the higher-level construct, ie the caused …

Initial progress toward development of a voice-based computer-delivered motivational intervention for heavy drinking college students: an experimental study
CW Kahler, WJ Lechner, J MacGlashan… – JMIR mental …, 2017 – ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
… [PMC free article] [PubMed] [Cross Ref]. 4. Larimer ME, Cronce JM. Identification, prevention and treatment: a review of individual-focused strategies to reduce problematic alcohol consumption by college students. J Stud Alcohol Suppl. 2002 Mar;(14):148–163 …

Crossing disciplinary boundaries to improve technology-rich learning environments
SP Lajoie, E Poitras – Teachers College Record, 2017 – digitool.library.mcgill.ca
… members of the scien- tific team, test potential sources of the disease in a laboratory, and present their findings, diagnosis, and treatment plan … Medical students learn in apprenticeship settings where they see patients and are tutored by physicians at the patient’s bedside …

The state-of-the-art in autonomous wheelchairs controlled through natural language: A survey
T Williams, M Scheutz – Robotics and Autonomous Systems, 2017 – Elsevier
Skip to main content …

Science is Zarked: An intelligent tutoring system for learning research methods
SF Warta – Proceedings of the 5th Annual Generalized Intelligent …, 2017 – books.google.com
… professionals are trained on various aspects of infectious disease care, treatment and precautions … applications of persuasive system design aim to modify behavior in patients who suffer … Additionally, the framework evaluates the system’s ability to empower patient self-monitoring …

Quotation in Dialogue Eleni Gregoromichelaki King’s College London and Osnabrück University elenigregor@ gmail. com 0049 015171228 646
E Gregoromichelaki – kcl.ac.uk
… the design of the grammar formalism. As a consequence, certain quotation data that are not amenable to appropriate treatment within the G&C model become naturally accounted for under the DS-TTR modelling … going, “well.” Patient: “Did I hear something?” [Duff 2007] …

Designing, Modeling and Evaluating Influence Strategies for Behavior Change Support Systems
A Öörni, S Kelders, L van Gemert-Pijnen… – researchgate.net
… For the validation, we evaluate the results of the PPQ in different settings, aimed at civilians, patients and professionals [4-8]. We will perform expert-assessments to determine which elements of the PSD model are actually incorporated in the ICT system under investigation …

Impact of physical activity on the association between lipid profiles and mortality among older people
SM Ou, YT Chen, CJ Shih, DC Tarng – Scientific reports, 2017 – nature.com
… The Adult Treatment Panel -III guidelines recommended that optimal low-density lipoprotein (LDL) level is <100 mg/dL, but an LDL-C goal of <70 mg/dL is a therapeutic option in high-risk patients 3, 4 . However, the older population requires special consideration because many …

Investigating the impact of information culture on the adoption of information system in public health sector of developing countries
A Mukred, D Singh, N Safie – International Journal of Business …, 2017 – researchgate.net
… Moreover, FC revealed a low influence to DSS use behaviour. The study conducted by Hamidfar et al. (2008) indicated that PE, EE, SI and FC have significant impacts on intention to adopt electronic patient records (EPR) among Iranian physicians and nurses …

Towards a framework for computational persuasion with applications in behaviour change
A Hunter – Argument & Computation, 2017 – content.iospress.com
… activities involve persuasion such as a doctor persuading a patient to drink … It is increasingly acknowledged in healthcare professions that interactions with patients should be … Treatment compliance, self-management of diabetes, taking vaccines, completing course of antibiotics …

A Comparative Survey on Simultaneous EEG-fMRI Methodologies
S Manganas, N Bourbakis – Bioinformatics and Bioengineering …, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… 3], [4] and also they are essential components in clinical diagnosis and treatment of brain … Symms, and D. K. Fish, “Recording of EEG during fMRI experiments: Patient safety,” Magn … [49] S. Mallios and N. Bourbakis, “A survey on human machine dialogue systems,” in Information …

Foundations of Intelligent Systems: 23rd International Symposium, ISMIS 2017, Warsaw, Poland, June 26-29, 2017, Proceedings
M Kryszkiewicz, A Appice, D ?l?zak, H Rybinski… – 2017 – books.google.com
Page 1. Marzena Dominik Kryszkiewicz S´le?zak · Henryk · Annalisa Rybinski Appice Andrzej Skowron · Zbigniew W. Ras´ (Eds.) Foundations of Intelligent Systems 23rd International Symposium, ISMIS 2017 Warsaw, Poland, June 26–29, 2017 Proceedings 123 Page 2 …

Interaction and Communication in an Immersive Learning Game: The Challenges of Modelling Real-Time Collaboration in a Virtual Operating Room
D Panzoli, CP Lelardeux, M Galaup… – Serious Games and …, 2017 – Springer
… patient’s pathophysiology, able to answer dynamically to every treatment (or lack of treatment) by a … independently (eg a trainer is not required) practise to diagnose virtual patients, train to … diagnosis involves conversing in natural English with a chat-bot patient preprogrammed to …

Artificial intelligence: An introduction
A Garnham – 2017 – taylorfrancis.com
… 198 4 The source of the knowledge in an expert system 200 5 The treatment of uncertainty in expert systems 201 … xvi Preface have been the author. He also read through drafts of all the chapters and corrected some of the errors that remained, despite his patient explanations …

A Review of Cognitive Psychology Applied in Robotics
Y Lianqing – Advances in Intelligent Systems and Interactive …, 2017 – books.google.com
… of psychology of university of Notre Dame bring the robot NAO into autism treatment firstly … This robot can transfer patients safely from one place to another, due to the usage of … In: Proceedings of the Kloster Irsee Tutorial and Research Workshop on Affective Dialogue Systems, pp …

A Review of Cognitive Psychology Applied in Robotics
H Qin, T Yun, W Yujin, W Changlin… – … Conference on Intelligent …, 2017 – Springer
… of psychology of university of Notre Dame bring the robot NAO into autism treatment firstly … This robot can transfer patients safely from one place to another, due to the usage of … In: Proceedings of the Kloster Irsee Tutorial and Research Workshop on Affective Dialogue Systems, pp …

Event-based knowledge reconciliation using frame embeddings and frame similarity
M Alam, DR Recupero, M Mongiovi, A Gangemi… – Knowledge-Based …, 2017 – Elsevier
… [33,34] apply Frame Semantics and Distributional Semantics for slot filling in Spoken Dialogue System … For example, the roles defined for the class subjugate-42.3 are Agent, Patient and Instrument meaning that an agent subjugates the patient with some instruments …

Medical examination data prediction with missing information imputation based on recurrent neural networks
HG Kim, GJ Jang, HJ Choi, M Lim… – International Journal of …, 2017 – inderscienceonline.com
… With the early diagnosis, the medical experts may provide proper treatments or precautions to the potential patients for disease prevention. Such early diagnosis sometimes even results in complete cure even for the terminal diseases such as cancers, heart attacks, strokes, etc …

From paralinguistic to variably linguistic
A Cienki – The Routledge handbook of pragmatics, 2017 – books.google.com
… Rousseaux and colleagues (2010) found that patients with stroke in the right hemisphere had difficulties … The book is of note here for its treatment of the pragmatic function of … hand to mouth: Psychological theories about speech and gesture in interactive dialogue systems’, in SE …

Neural network methods for natural language processing
Y Goldberg – Synthesis Lectures on Human Language …, 2017 – morganclaypool.com
… Semantic Role Labeling Martha Palmer, Daniel Gildea, and Nianwen Xue 2010 Spoken Dialogue Systems Kristiina Jokinen and Michael McTear 2009 Introduction to Chinese Natural Language Processing Kam-Fai Wong, Wenjie Li, Ruifeng Xu, and Zheng-sheng Zhang 2009 …

Clinical event prediction and understanding with deep neural networks
H Suresh – 2017 – dspace.mit.edu
… by predicting onset and weaning of interventions. Any treatments come with inherent … settings can have large impact in patient outcomes [58]. Vasopressors are a common … given to critically ill patients, only studies trying to distinguish which type of fluid should be given [43] …

xPress: Rethinking Design for Aging and Accessibility through a Voice-based Online Blogging Community
RN Brewer, AM Piper – PACM HCI, 2017 – inclusive.soc.northwestern.edu
Page 1. PACM on Human-Computer Interaction, Vol. 1, No. 2, Article 26. Publication date: November 2017 xPress: Rethinking Design for Aging and Accessibility through a Voice-based Online Blogging Community ROBIN N …

The methodology of personal projects analysis: Four modules and a funnel
BR Little, TL Gee – Personal Project Pursuit, 2017 – taylorfrancis.com
… variations on those themes. Although beyond the scope of this chapter, the development of PPA has been accompanied, from the outset, with alternative approaches to the statistical treatment of the data it generates. We briefly and …

Text interviews on mobile devices
FG Conrad, MF Schober, C Antoun… – Total Survey Error in …, 2017 – books.google.com
… A related—though not identical—application of text messaging that can involve data collec- tion is behavioral intervention, in which researchers or medical professionals interact with patients via text messaging both to send information and reminders (eg, about taking med …

Language Technology for Polish in Practice
M Piasecki, M Maziarz, M Marci?czuk, M Oleksy – CLARIN, 2017 – clarin-pl.eu
… Page 12. KPWrC inter-annotator agreement ? Semantic roles inside Noun Phrases actor 0.89 agent 0.89 cause 0.89 undergoer 0.91 patient 0.92 theme 0.78 manner 0.84 attribute 0.92 amount 0.80 Samsung R&D Institute Invit. Lecture 2017-01-17 CLARIN-PL Page 13 …

Towards a Holistic Approach to Designing Theory-based Mobile Health Interventions
Y Wang, A Fadhil, JP Lange, H Reiterer – arXiv preprint arXiv:1712.02548, 2017 – arxiv.org
… power, smartphones hold great potential to improve the monitoring and treatment of chronic … barriers to change, and helping to anticipate relapses to improve patient satisfaction and … health context include, physicians counselling smokers, Type 2 Diabetes Patients counselling …

Real-time Virtual Collaborative Environment Designed for Risk Management Training: Communication and Decision Making (Environnement
MV Minville – 2017 – core.ac.uk
Page 1. THÈSE en vue de l’obtention du DOCTORAT DE L’UNIVERSITÉ DE TOULOUSE délivré par Université Paul Sabatier présentée et soutenue par Catherine PONS LELARDEUX le 17 octobre 2017 Real-time Virtual Collaborative Environment …

Characterisation of voice quality of Parkinson’s disease using differential phonological posterior features
M Cernak, JR Orozco-Arroyave, F Rudzicz… – Computer Speech & …, 2017 – Elsevier
… Second, statistics of disordered speech are learned from PD speech data comprising 50 patients and 50 healthy controls … The obtained results are interpreted as the voice of an average patient with PD and can be characterised by the voice quality spectrum composed of 30 …

Learning futures with mixed sentience
JC Bricout, BB Sharma, PMA Baker, A Behal, L Boloni – Futures, 2017 – Elsevier
… SAR will be able to serve as the ideal one-on-one tutor: patient, infinitely adaptable … Structured activities for patients with dementia were found to reduce dementia-related behaviors when the … for older adults in cognitive decline for whom there is no definitive treatment a ‘transfer …

Recurrent neural networks with missing information imputation for medical examination data prediction
HG Kim, GJ Jang, HJ Choi, M Kim… – Big Data and Smart …, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… finding the diseases in their early stages and providing suitable treatments to the … to determine and predict length of stay of cardiac patients,” Healthcare Informatics … Semantically conditioned LSTM-based natural language generation for spoken dialogue systems,” arXiv preprint …

Argumentation semantics as formal discussion
M Caminada – Handbook of Formal Argumentation, 2017 – orca-mwe.cf.ac.uk
… As an example of such a human-computer discussion, consider the following dialogue: System: The patient is best … User: But the patient is diabetic, for which medicine X could have side effects … Criterion (2) is the reason why we did not include a detailed treatment of tree-based …

A Review of Argumentation Based on Deductive Arguments
P Besnard, A Hunter – cs.ucl.ac.uk
… betablockers. Since only one treatment should be given for the disorder, each argument attacks the other. There is also a reason to not give betablockers, as the patient has emphysema which is a contraindication for this treatment …

WORKSHOP PROGRAM
A ANANDKUMAR, FEI SHA – 2017 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
… Page 6 of 30 02:00 PM Joelle Pineau: Discriminative and Generative Models for Building Dialogue Systems … Abstract 7: Joelle Pineau: Discriminative and Generative Models for Building Dialogue Systems in Learning to Generate Natural Language, 02:00 PM …

Deep Generative Models for Natural Language Processing
Y Miao – 2017 – ora.ox.ac.uk
… Learning an end-to-end dialogue system is appealing but challenging because of insufficient … fective and scalable interactions. By introducing discrete latent variables into neural dialogue systems we decompose the learning of language and the internal dialogue …

Effects of Different Types of Text-Based Chat on Korean EFL Students” Writing Performance
NY Kim – ??, 2017 – dbpia.co.kr
… Providing endlessly patient communication opportunities to the students, chatterbots have been regarded as a … of 200 questions and known as a successful artificial dialogue system (Shah, Warwick … description tasks have been widely used as instruments and treatments for data …

A Serious Games Platform for Cognitive Rehabilitation with Preliminary Evaluation
PA Rego, R Rocha, BM Faria, LP Reis… – Journal of medical …, 2017 – Springer
… Scientific research related to the treatment of audio signals have been working in what is one of … of a platform for the development of Serious Games (PlayMancer platform) for patients with mental … contribute to increase the realism of the game and make the user/patient closer to …

Internet of things for remote elderly monitoring: a study from user-centered perspective
I Azimi, AM Rahmani, P Liljeberg… – Journal of Ambient …, 2017 – Springer
… as respiration rate, heart rate, oxygen saturation and also level of consciousness are collected in order to predict patient deterioration in … FEARLESS project also introduces a system to investigate behavior changes of patients for detecting unusual activities (eg, mobility decrease …

Hypotheses of Analysis on the Stylistics of Arguments: a Case Study from Trip Advisor
L Bonelli – Argument Technologies – cgi.csc.liv.ac.uk
Page 151. 131 Chapter 8 Hypotheses of Analysis on the Stylistics of Arguments: a Case Study from Trip Advisor Laura Bonelli Università “La Sapienza” and ISTC-CNR; Rome, Italy, laura. bonelli@ istc-cnr. it Abstract. User generated …

An interactive interface for nursing robots.
A Sahu – 2017 – ir.library.louisville.edu
… providing partial support and gait stabilization according to the individual health condition of patients. During walking, the robot has to carry all necessary medical equipment needed by the patient. This requires the robot to be sturdy enough to provide the necessary support …

Game AI Pro 3: Collected Wisdom of Game AI Professionals
S Rabin – 2017 – taylorfrancis.com
Page 1. Page 2. Game AI Pro 3 Page 3. Page 4. Game AI Pro 3 Collected Wisdom of Game AI Professionals Edited by Steve Rabin Page 5. CRC Press Taylor & Francis Group 6000 Broken Sound Parkway NW, Suite 300 Boca …

The future of assessment: shaping teaching and learning
CA Dwyer – 2017 – books.google.com
… and “why not” questions. As we contemplate the future of psychometrics in the shaping of teaching and learning, we ask: What if we viewed the assessment process as developmental, as a part of the treatment? Why not use …

Constructing Sentences from Text Fragments: Aggregation in Text-to-text Generation
V Chenal – 2017 – digitool.library.mcgill.ca
… with the development of robo-journalism (the automatic generation of reports based on data) or the medical field with the generation of summaries of patient information in clinical … text “Elixir is a white cream. It is used in the treatment of cold sores. It contains aliprosan …

Painting Pictures with Words-From Theory to System
R Coyne – 2017 – search.proquest.com
… PAR allows instructions such as if you agree to go for a walk with someone, then follow them to be given and then triggered in the future. Ulysse [Godreaux et al., 1999] is an interactive spoken dialog system used to navigate in virtual worlds …

Poster Chair
T Van Rompay – … and implementation of personalized technologies to … – ris.utwente.nl
… 3. JY Han, Transaction logfile analysis in health communication research: Challenges and opportunities, Patient Education and … Persuasive Dialogue System for Energy Conservation Jean-Baptiste Corrégé1, Céline Clavel1, Nicolas Sabouret1, Emmanuel Hadoux2, Anthony …

Assessment Of Risk Scores For The Prediction And Detection Of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus In Clinical Settings
AM Millana – 2017 – riunet.upv.es
… is quantified as the costs involved in the acquisition and purchase of treatments, productivity decrease as … is quantified as the economic costs involved in hospital wards, out-patient services visits, primary care, pharmacological and not pharma- cological treatment and tests …

Deep reinforcement learning: An overview
Y Li – arXiv preprint arXiv:1701.07274, 2017 – arxiv.org
… Then we discuss various applications of RL, including games, in particular, AlphaGo, robotics, natural language processing, including dialogue systems, machine translation, and text generation, computer vision, neural architecture design, business management, finance …

Modeling and Design Analysis of Facial Expressions of Humanoid Social Robots Using Deep Learning Techniques
S Murthy – 2017 – repository.asu.edu
… still remains education and healthcare. Health conditions such as schizophrenia and autism with activities between humanoid robots and the subjects under treatment as … 21 Page 33. humanoid robots in this area comes with creating for the patient a calming effect …

Social robots powered by IBM Watson as a support for children with health problems
I Kabir, K Kindvall – 2017 – uu.diva-portal.org
… Monitoring the patient’s movement allows the robot to provide feedback on the exercises. Here the ability to be empathic is very important according to Adriana, Mataric & Scassellati (2007). Rogers (1975) shows that empathy can help patients recover faster and not to only …

A Comparative Meta-Analysis of Research on Embodied Pedagogical Agents (PAs)
H Darwish – researchgate.net
… cancer patients. More recently, studies from social and cultural psychology … Wilson (2001) to explore the heterogeneity and validity of studies. The following procedures were applied in calculating the effect sizes: • Two independent groups, control group and treatment group …

Reasoning Schemes, Expert Opinions and Critical Questions. Sex Offenders Case Study
DM Gabbay, G Rozenberg – The IfCoLog Journal of Logics and their …, 2017 – orbilu.uni.lu
… extensive special treatment d = sex offender is dangerous to society to degree x … Further,“the sexual offender medical treatment” corresponds to“maintenance of the electrical system” and “abuse of the accused” corresponds to “overloading and misuse of the electrical system” …

A learned representation for artistic style
V Dumoulin, J Shlens, M Kudlur – Proc. of ICLR, 2017 – arxiv.org

Enhanced Quality of Life and Smart Living: 15th International Conference, ICOST 2017, Paris, France, August 29-31, 2017, Proceedings
M Mokhtari, B Abdulrazak, H Aloulou – 2017 – books.google.com
… deviations in telemedicine. IEEE-TBME 49(12), 1463–1469 (2002) 6. Le Bellego, G., Noury, N., Virone, G., Mousseau, M., Demongeot, J.: Measurement and model of the activity of a patient in his hospital suite. IEEE TITB 10, 92 …

Silent speech recognition as an alternative communication device for persons with laryngectomy
GS Meltzner, JT Heaton, Y Deng… – … ACM transactions on …, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… However, because sensors located on the ventrome- dial neck (sensors numbered 3 and 4 in this study) are recording from substantially altered anatomy in this patient population, we investigated the effects of eliminating these sensors, as well as an additional set of two, to …

HealthTalks-Improving Health Communication and Personal Information Management
JMLVC Monteiro – 2017 – repositorio-aberto.up.pt
… 29 5.5 Graphs detailing how often a patient forgets what their doctor said, and how often the latter give notes to their patients, according to the online survey. . . . . 30 5.6 Graphs regarding the communication between patient and doctor, as answered in theonlinesurvey …

Empathic technologies for distance/mobile learning: An empirical research based on the unified theory of acceptance and use of technology (UTAUT)
P Isaias, F Reis, C Coutinho… – … Technology and Smart …, 2017 – emeraldinsight.com
… responses to such states (Picard, 2002). Helping individuals manage and deal with negative emotions often associated with medical conditions can, in turn, increase comfort and trust during treatment. It can also provide individuals …

Automatic assessment of depression based on visual cues: A systematic review
A Pampouchidou, P Simos, K Marias… – IEEE Transactions …, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… the development of tools to assist clinicians in the diagnosis and monitoring response to treatment and illness … 72] [74] [82] [90] [111] and/or HAM-D scores [82] [91] [111] [113]; patients may be … BDI has also been used in [71] to establish whether a given patient was in remission …

Journal of Phonetics & Audiology
RT Kalathottukaren, SC Purdy – 2017 – researchgate.net
Page 1. Prosody Perception in Typically Developing School-aged Children Rose Thomas Kalathottukaren* and Suzanne C. Purdy Discipline of Speech Science, School of Psychology, The University of Auckland, New Zealand …

Human-Robot Collaboration: From Psychology to Social Robotics
J Bütepage, D Kragic – arXiv preprint arXiv:1705.10146, 2017 – arxiv.org
… On the one hand, we have language-based agents such as dialog systems rooted in the natural language processing community … On the other hand, therapeutic robotics requires robots that adapt their actions towards the patient so that the human partner can improve motor …

Encoder-decoder neural networks
N Kalchbrenner – 2017 – ora.ox.ac.uk
Page 1. ENCODER-DECODER NEURAL NETWORKS Nal Kalchbrenner Page 2. Encoder-Decoder Neural Networks Nal Kalchbrenner New College University of Oxford A thesis submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy Michaelmas 2017 Page 3 …

Trauma in Games: Narrativizing Denied Agency, Ludonarrative Dissonance and Empathy Play
E Kuznetsova – 2017 – era.library.ualberta.ca
… Janet argued that the main goal of treatment for his traumatized patients was to transfer and properly integrate an event stored in their “traumatic” memory into their “narrative” memory … have become officially recognized short-term treatment methods for patients with PTSD (van …

Smart-X: an adaptive multi-agent platform for smart-topics
J Aubert, C Feltus, A Kostakis… – Procedia Comput. Sci, 2017 – researchgate.net
… species have been identified which do differ for abundance among the two treatments and among … emergy-based evaluation (EME) of the ecological performance of four water treatment plants (WTPs … Instead, the patients should be supported in their efforts to actively reduce their …

Selected Distinguishing Properties of WisTech IGrC Models
A Jankowski – Interactive Granular Computations in Networks and …, 2017 – Springer
… In contrast, an example of a highly complex set of conditions can be a set of input attributes for market risk assessment or the evaluation of a patient’s condition. These include interaction plans to counter the perceived market risk or a treatment plan for a given patient …

Better Education Through Improved Reinforcement Learning
TS Mandel – 2017 – digital.lib.washington.edu
… to a helpline, how can we determine what to say to best assist them? When an ill patient … game, or all possible treatments in a medical setting) is too vast to explore autonomously … This framework encompasses diverse problems, such as determining which treatment is most ef …

Jungian personality in a chatbot
JT Klooster – 2017 – dspace.library.uu.nl
… 19 2.5 Dialogue systems … Then we’ll discuss agents literature in 2.2. followed by the idea of social practices 2.3, and some limited speech act theory 2.4. After which we continue with dialogue systems 2.5, some of which can be considered related work …

Generating Variations in a Virtual Storyteller
S Lukin – 2017 – escholarship.org
… are hunted down (Voice:person). A computational treatment of storytelling gives the advantage of retelling stories, such as Bug Out For Blood, in these different styles, and harnesses them in interactive narrative environments …

Colorado Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CCTSI)
RJ Sokol, CC Wilson, L Cicutto – ucdenver.edu
… the safety of research participants in order to bring new effective treatments to patients … the potential age-specific effectiveness of therapeutic strategies aimed at prevention or treatment … in designing locally relevant studies that address real community, partner, patient and health …

Explanation in artificial intelligence: insights from the social sciences
T Miller – arXiv preprint arXiv:1706.07269, 2017 – arxiv.org
Page 1. Explanation in Artificial Intelligence: Insights from the Social Sciences Tim Miller School of Computing and Information Systems University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia tmiller@ unimelb. edu. au Abstract There …

Historical overview of formal argumentation
H Prakken – IfCoLog Journal of Logics and their Applications, 2017 – dspace.library.uu.nl
… winning strategy for the proponent. This predates modern argument games for argumentation-based inference and also influenced the devel- opment of formal dialogue systems for argumentation. Having said so, in dialogue …

Sorry, what was your name again?: How to Use a Social Robot to Simulate Alzheimer’s Disease and Exploring the Effects on its Interlocutors
M Kanov – 2017 – diva-portal.org
… advancements in dementia research, treatment and risk reduction, it focusses on the need for … focuses merely on the patient, while neglecting that the wellbeing of caregivers should … As previously mentioned, current pharmacological treatments are not able to cure Alzheimer’s …

Integrating extra knowledge into word embedding models for biomedical nlp tasks
Y Ling, Y An, M Liu, SA Hasan, Y Fan… – Neural Networks (IJCNN) …, 2017 – cci.drexel.edu
… narrative that describes patients medical history, signs/symptoms etc. The goal of this task is to return a ranked list of top 1,000 articles from a collection of biomedical literature that are relevant to answering three generic clinical questions about the diagnosis, test, and treatment …

TO APPEAR IN
MF Schober, A Britt, DN Rapp – researchgate.net
… Page 13. THEORIES AND APPROACHES TO CONVERSATION 13 patient-doctor interactions, encounters with police while being arrested, or business negotiations. This is vastly different from the types of constrained, laboratory-based interactions that have …

Information Technology and the US Workforce: Where Are We and Where Do We Go from Here?
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and … – 2017 – books.google.com
… future purposes. For example, such techniques have been used to pre- dict patient responses to medical treatment based on historical medical records and to process human (or “natural”) language in useful ways. A particular …

Theories and Approaches to the Study of Conversation and Interactive Discourse
WS Horton – The Routledge Handbook of Discourse Processes, 2017 – taylorfrancis.com
… One of the particular strengths of CA is the sheer diversity of interactive settings consid- ered by its researchers, such as chats between friends at pubs, patient–doctor interactions, encounters with police while being arrested, or business negotiations …

Tools for Analyzing Talk Part 1: The CHAT Transcription Format
B MacWhinney – 2017 – talkbank.org
… current manual maintains some of the earlier emphasis on child language, particularly in the first sections, while extending the treatment to these … Following in this tradition, studies of the language of particular patients and syndromes were presented by Low (1931) , Pick (1913 …

Acceptance of ambient assisted living (AAL) technologies among older Australians: a review of barriers in user experience
C Maan – 2017 – researchdirect.westernsydney.edu …
… obtaining treatments remotely and becoming more active socially (Anglian et al. 2016; Steinke, Ingenhoff & Fritsch 2014) … can be utilized for improving the treatment and to set reminders for actions that … behaviour of dementia patients (Unützer 2004; Unützer et al. 2002). Different …

Listening Intently: Towards a Critical Media Theory of Ethical Listening
J Feldman – 2017 – search.proquest.com
Page 1. Sponsoring Committee: Professor Martin Scherzinger, Chairperson Professor Mara Mills, Chairperson Professor Helen Nissenbaum LISTENING INTENTLY: TOWARDS A CRITICAL MEDIA THEORY OF ETHICAL LISTENING Jessica Feldman …

The Cognitive Psychology of Speech-Related Gesture
P Feyereisen – 2017 – taylorfrancis.com
… The population studied was that of brain- damaged patients suffering from language and … contexts: couple and work relationships, cross- cultural contacts, schools, physician/ patient meetings, political … and complexity, these issues deserve a detailed and critical treatment in a …

HCI International 2017–Posters’ Extended Abstracts: 19th International Conference, HCI International 2017, Vancouver, BC, Canada, July 9–14, 2017 …
C Stephanidis – 2017 – books.google.com
… Toriyama, Akira Urashima, and Satoshi Yoshikuni Measurement of Eyeblink Frequency Variation for Cognitive Dysfunction Patients’ Safe Driving … and Jun Munemori Collection of Example Sentences for Non-task-Oriented Dialog Using a Spoken Dialog System and Comparison …

Downward Accountability: Examining Voluntary Financial Disclosure in Chinese Nonprofits
M HU, J ZHU, D KONG – ARNOVA-Asia Conference Paper Abstracts ARNOVA … – arnova.org
… conglomerates and distributed to loyal insiders. The Mir and K Sports Foundations appear to have benefited from favored treatment in the roles they were to play in the Korean Winter Olympics. In the Korean case exploitation …

Corpus Linguistics
M Bondi – The Routledge Handbook of Language and Dialogue, 2017 – taylorfrancis.com
Page 1. Part II Theoretical Key Issues and Open Debates Part II of the Handbookdeals with theoretical key issues and open debateswhich characterize the current state of dialogue research. There is first the concept of language …

Adjusting linguistically to others: the role of social context In lexical choices and spatial language
A Tosi – 2017 – era.lib.ed.ac.uk
Page 1. This thesis has been submitted in fulfilment of the requirements for a postgraduate degree (eg PhD, MPhil, DClinPsychol) at the University of Edinburgh. Please note the following terms and conditions of use: This work …

Natural Language Processing for Social Media
A Farzindar, D Inkpen – Synthesis Lectures on Human …, 2017 – morganclaypool.com
… Semantic Role Labeling Martha Palmer, Daniel Gildea, and Nianwen Xue 2010 Spoken Dialogue Systems Kristiina Jokinen and Michael McTear 2009 Introduction to Chinese Natural Language Processing Kam-Fai Wong, Wenjie Li, Ruifeng Xu, and Zheng-sheng Zhang 2009 …

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

Privacy in online social networks
A Michota, ? ?????? – 2017 – dione.lib.unipi.gr
… all their love and encouragement. Most of all, I would like to express my appreciation to my beloved, encouraging and patient sister Afrodite whose faithful support during all the stages … 73 Table 4.8 – Risk Treatment ….. 74 …

Natural language processing and computational linguistics 2: semantics, discourse and applications
MZ Kurdi – 2017 – books.google.com
… language. If, on the other hand, this link is no longer discernable, the words are considered to be homonyms. The issue with this criterion is that it leaves a great deal to subjectivity, which results in different treatments. In dictionaries …

Sentiment Analysis in Czech
K Veselovská – 2017 – ufal.mff.cuni.cz
… Thanks to Mrs. Libuška Brdi?ková, the most lively and patient secretary of all times, for both the paperwork and … natural language processing, such as question- answering, recommendation systems, automatic summarization of a text, automatic dialogue systems or emotionality …

Advances in statistical script learning
K Pichotta – 2017 – repositories.lib.utexas.edu
… Chapter 6 gives an investigation into incorporating features from such models into one external task; we give a more thorough treatment of future applications in Chapter 8 … head noun of the verb’s patient argument, based on a classifier trained on PropBank (Palmer et al., 2005) …

What Hurts? A Pilot Study Investigating Nonverbal Characteristics of Parent Reassurance and Distraction and Child Pain Outcomes
R Moline – 2017 – atrium2.lib.uoguelph.ca
Page 1. What Hurts? A Pilot Study Investigating Nonverbal Characteristics of Parent Reassurance and Distraction and Child Pain Outcomes by Rachel Moline A Thesis presented to The University of Guelph In partial fulfillment …

Interactional linguistics: an introduction to language in social interaction
E Couper-Kuhlen, M Selting – 2017 – books.google.com
Page 1. ELIZABETH GOUPER-KUHLEN AND MARGRE SELING INTERABLIUNAl?º Tººls N Page 2. INTERACTIONAL LINGUISTICS: STUDYING LANGUAGE IN SOCIAL INTERACTION The first textbook dedicated to interactional …

Child–Robot Interaction in Education
S Serholt – 2017 – gupea.ub.gu.se
Page 1. Child–Robot Interaction in Education Page 2. Page 3. THESIS FOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY Child–Robot Interaction in Education Sofia Serholt Department of Applied Information Technology University of Gothenburg Gothenburg 2017 Page 4 …

A comparative study of Western and Vietnamese modern poetry
MH Dinh – 2017 – ubir.bolton.ac.uk
… in my PhD life. From his most patient and inspiring supervision, I understand and receive an extreme enthusiasm in Western poetry, by which I hope to contribute to my national Vietnamese modern poetry. I wish to gratefully …

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