WordNet & Dialog Systems 2014


Notes:

WordNet is a lexical database for the English language, which groups English words into sets of synonyms called synsets, provides short definitions and usage examples, and records a number of relations among these synonym sets or their members.

Resources:

  • babelnet.org .. a very large multilingual encyclopedic dictionary and semantic network
  • halef.org .. collection of open-source tools combined together to build a framework for a spoken dialog system
  • modis.ispras.ru/texterra .. novel text processing methods that exploit semantics extracted from Wikipedia

See also:

100 Best GitHub: WordNet | AIML & WordNet | Best WordNet Videos | FrameNetFrameNet & Dialog SystemsWordNet & Dialog Systems 2011 | WordNet & Dialog Systems 2012 | WordNet & Dialog Systems 2013


A Multimodal Corpus of Rapid Dialogue Games M Paetzel, DN Racca, D De-Vault – Language Resources and …, 2014 – lrec-conf.org … (2012). Fruit carts: A domain and corpus for research in dialogue systems and psycholin- guistics. Computational Linguistics, 38(3):469–478. … Springer. Miller, George A. (1995). WordNet: A lexical database for English. Communications of the ACM, 38(11):39–41. … Cited by 3 Related articles

Unsupervised approach for shallow domain ontology construction from corpus S Mukherjee, J Ajmera, S Joshi – … of the companion publication of the …, 2014 – dl.acm.org … a variety of text analysis prob- lems such as document similarity computation, search re- sult re-ranking and interactive dialogue systems. … as we focus to create such ontology from corpus automatically without using any manually annotated resource like WordNet or supervision. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 3 versions

Dialogue Act Modeling for Non-Visual Web Access V Ashok, Y Borodin, S Stoyanchev… – 15th Annual Meeting of …, 2014 – aclweb.org … Geunbae Lee. 2010. Re- cent approaches to dialog management for spoken dialog systems. JCSE, 4 (1): 1–22. George A Miller. 1995. Wordnet: a lexical database for english. Communications of the ACM, 38 (11): 39–41. Kiyonori … Cited by 1

Learning Situated Knowledge Bases through Dialog A Pappu, AI Rudnicky – Fifteenth Annual Conference of …, 2014 – mazsola.iit.uni-miskolc.hu … Knowledge bases such as NELL, Freebase, and Wordnet can help in expanding semantic context, thus improve text clas- sification in low … On the other hand, people that might interact with a dialog system pro- viding information access in a domain, can provide knowledge … Cited by 1

A Dialog System with Human-to-Human Conversation Example L Nio, S Sakti, G Neubig, T Toda, S Nakamura – phontron.com … 227–231. [5] RE Banchs and H. Li, “IRIS: a chat-oriented dialogue system based on the vector space model,” in ACL (Sys- tem Demonstrations), 2012, pp. 37–42. [6] D. Liu, Z. Liu, and Q. Dong, “A dependency grammar and wordnet based sentence similarity measure,” Journal …

Metalogue: A Multiperspective Multimodal Dialogue System with Metacognitive Abilities for Highly Adaptive and Flexible Dialogue Management J Alexandersson, M Aretoulaki… – Intelligent …, 2014 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … [1] Herzog, G., & Reithinger, N. (2006). The SmartKom Architecture: A Framework for Multimodal Dialogue Systems. SmartKom: Foundations of Dialogue Systems, 55–70. doi:10.1007/3-540- 36678-4. [2] Matuszek, C., & Cabral, J. (2006). … [3] Fellbaum, C. (1999). WordNet. …

Conversation Dialog Corpora From Television And Movie Scripts L Nio, S Sakti, G Neubig, T Toda, S Nakamura – phontron.com … of LREC, Istanbul, Turkey, May 2012. [20] RE Banchs and H Li, “IRIS: a chat-oriented dialogue system based on the vector space model,” in ACL (Sys- tem Demonstrations), 2012, pp. 37–42. [21] D. Liu, Z. Liu, and Q. Dong, “A dependency grammar and wordnet based sentence …

Proactivity in Spoken Dialog Systems H Hofmann, U Ehrlich, A Berton, AG Daimler – smart-objects.org … The most advanced projects and products are described in the following. Overview on Proactive Spoken Dialog Systems There are only few research projects who incorporate proac- tive behavior in SDS. … 16. WordNet 3.1 Princeton University. Proactive, 2013. … Related articles

Design challenges of Spoken Dialogue System in Bodo MK Deka, A Deka – researchgate.net … [3] Kimmo Karhu, Spoken dialogue systems, Helsinki Unive of Technology. [4] http://www.veethi. com/articles/bodo-article-225.htm [5] Laba Kr. … Sarma,Moromi Gogoi Biswajit Brahma, Mane Bala Ramchiary, “A Wordnet for Bodo Language: Structure and Development”. …

Who Discovered the Electron Neutrino? A Telephony-Based Distributed Open-Source Standard-Compliant Spoken Dialog System for Question Answering T Mehrez, A Abdelkawy, Y Heikal, P Lange, H Nabil… – halef.org … [6] DJ Litman and S Silliman. ITSPOKE: An intelligent tutoring spoken dialogue system. HLT-NAACL, 2004. [7] L Madsen, J Smith, and J Van. Asterisk: the future of telephony. USA: O’Reilly, 2005. [8] G Miller. WordNet: a lexical database for English. … Cited by 3 Related articles All 6 versions

Utilizing Human-to-Human Conversation Examples for a Multi Domain Chat-Oriented Dialog System NIO Lasguido, S SAKTI, G NEUBIG… – … on Information and …, 2014 – search.ieice.org … The natural language processing tools and Wordnet synsets used were provided by NLTK toolkit † , and the example-based TF-IDF based cosine similarity … For the SMT approach, Moses ††† was used to build the translation model and per- form translation for the dialog system. … Cited by 3 Related articles All 3 versions

Developing Non-goal Dialog System Based on Examples of Drama Television L Nio, S Sakti, G Neubig, T Toda, M Adriani… – Natural Interaction with …, 2014 – Springer … 227–231. Seoul (2012) 11. Banchs, RE, Li, H.: IRIS: A chat-oriented dialogue system based on the vector space model. … URL http://dblp.uni-trier.de/ db/conf/acl/acl2012-2.html 13. Liu, D., Liu, Z., Dong, Q.: A dependency grammar and wordnet based sentence similarity measure. … Cited by 3 Related articles All 3 versions

Help yourself: a virtual self-assist system S Mukherjee, S Joshi – Proceedings of the companion publication of the …, 2014 – dl.acm.org … The dialogue system uses the graph as its knowledge base in conducting a dialogue with a user. The dialogue system has the following modules: Figure 6: Intent Graph of Article in Fig. 1 (Graph- ical format) … [2] GA Miller. Wordnet: A lexical database for english. Commun. … Related articles All 4 versions

A Natural Language Conversational System for Online Academic Advising EM Latorre-Navarro, JG Harris – The Twenty-Seventh International Flairs …, 2014 – aaai.org … We built our ADE around ChatScript (CS), an open source scripting language for a rule-based dialog system available for download at (Wilcox … CS features a knowledge-based architecture, a query system for a dynamic database, it includes the WordNet ontology to manage … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions

Recursive Neural Network Paraphrase Identification for Example-based Dialog Retrieval L Nio, S Sakti, G Neubig, T Toda, S Nakamura – isw3.naist.jp … 23] L. Nio, S. Sakti, G. Neubig, T. Toda, M. Adriani, and S. Nakamura, “Developing non-goal dialog system based on examples of drama television,” in Proc. of IWSDS, Paris, France, 12 2012. [24] D. Liu, Z. Liu, and Q. Dong, “A dependency grammar and wordnet based sentence …

Speeding Up Multilingual Grammar Development by Exploiting Linked Data to Generate Pre-terminal Rules S Walter, C Unger, P Cimiano – Natural Language Processing and …, 2014 – Springer … Similarly, when developing a dialog system that is able to perform conversions between different currencies, one needs a list of the relevant … YAGO is another knowledge base extracted from Wikipedia, which in contrast to DBpedia also includes information from WordNet7 in …

Improving The Robustness Of Example-Based Dialog Retrieval Using Recursive Neural Network Paraphrase Identification L Nio, S Sakti, G Neubig, T Toda, S Nakamura – phontron.com … Data-driven approaches are seeing increasing interest as lightweight methods to create broad-coverage chat-oriented dialog systems [1, 2, 3, 4 … such as TF- IDF weighted cosine similarity [11, 12] or syntactic-semantic similarity based on POS strings and WordNet synsets [13]. …

Robust Example-based Dialog Retrieval using Distributed Word Representations and Recursive Autoencoders L Nio, S Sakti, G Neubig, T Toda, S Nakamura – phontron.com … [18] L. Nio, S. Sakti, G. Neubig, T. Toda, and S. Nakamura, “Utiliz- ing human-to-human conversation examples for a multi domain chat- oriented dialog system,” IEICE Transactions on … [21] D.Liu, Z.Liu, and Q.Dong, “A dependency grammar and wordnet based sentence …

Towards Assessing Students’ Prior Knowledge From Tutorial Dialogues D Stefanescu, V Rus, AC Graesser – educationaldatamining.org … Also, their work was in the context of a spoken dialogue system, while ours focuses on a text/chat-based conversational ITS. … Resnik made use of Princeton WordNet [5] and its hierarchical taxonomy, where each node is a concept, also called synset. …

Reranked Aligners For Interactive Transcript Correction B Favre, M Rouvier, F Bechet – pageperso.lif.univ-mrs.fr … The task of improving automatic transcripts with interactions has mainly been pursued through confirmation in dialog systems and edition commands in … a substitution, ?, is computed by comparing the two words to be substituted with the following features: • Wordnet similarity: ? … Cited by 1 Related articles

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Evaluating Coherence in Open Domain Conversational Systems R Higashinaka, T Meguro… – … Conference of the …, 2014 – mazsola.iit.uni-miskolc.hu … they can be used to entertain users [22], build long-term relationships with users [3], or to enhance task-oriented dialogue systems by making … The se- mantic categories are similar to synset IDs in WordNet and can be obtained by consulting the Japanese thesaurus Goi-Taikei [9 …

Current and New Research Perspectives on Dynamic Facial Emotion Detection in Emotional Interface TK Tews, M Oehl, H Faasch, T Kanno – Human-Computer Interaction. …, 2014 – Springer … For this reason, an Affective Dialog System can be an important input in the field of developing a dynamic questionnaire. … was developed by Krcadinac and colleagues based on a free, open source library software system Synesketch which includes a WordNet-based word …

Interbot: A Credential Verification Chatbot Using an Enhanced Example Based Dialog Model AG Aquino, KR Bayona, KD Gonzales, GD Reyes… – ijfcc.org … chosen question will then be deleted from the vector list to minimize reiterations, then will be printed to the dialog system interface. … two sentences or group of words, so it takes into consideration the meaning of the words/sentences through referencing ontologies using WordNet. … Related articles

Mr. Clue-A Virtual Agent that can Play Word-Guessing Games E Pincus, D DeVault, D Traum – Tenth Artificial Intelligence and …, 2014 – people.ict.usc.edu … Mr. Clue is a research testbed for dialogue system research aimed at simulating these skills. … Clue Generator Mr. Clue generates his clues for a given target word automat- ically by querying the WordNet database (Miller 1995) and scraping text from the wikipedia page and …

[BOOK] Human Language Technology Challenges for Computer Science and Linguistics: 5th Language and Technology Conference, LTC 2011, Pozna?, Poland, … Z Vetulani, J Mariani – 2014 – books.google.com … a further contribution to the intonational modelling of backchannels in Italian, useful for improving naturalness in voice-based dialogue systems for this … The second article describes a data manipulation language designed for WordNet-like lexical databases (Kubis) 6. The third is …

Using Ellipsis Detection and Word Similarity for Transformation of Spoken Language into Grammatically Valid Sentences M Giuliani, T Marschall, A Isard – 15th Annual Meeting of the Special …, 2014 – aclweb.org … and for developers of dialogue systems in other ar- eas, such as telephone-based information systems or offline versions of automatic smartphone assis- tants like Apple’s Siri. In the future, we will refine our methodology. In particular, the WordNet similarity substitution is too …

Building A Vocabulary Self-Learning Speech Recognition System L Qin, A Rudnicky – Fifteenth Annual Conference of the …, 2014 – mazsola.iit.uni-miskolc.hu … But in many applications, eg, voice search or spoken dialog systems, OOV words are usually content words such as names and loca- tions which … also try to estimate possible con- texts an OOV word may appear by using its semantic proper- ties collected from the WordNet [27]. …

Requirements Engineering for Cyber-Physical Systems S Wiesner, C Gorldt, M Soeken, KD Thoben… – Advances in Production …, 2014 – Springer … Prentice Hall (2008) 24. Miller, GA: WordNet: A Lexical Database for English. In: CACM, vol. 38, pp. 39–41 (1995) 25. Drechsler, R., Soeken, M., Wille, R.: Towards Dialog Systems for Assisted Natural Language Processing in the Design of Embedded Systems. …

The Effects of Alternate Name Generation in Textual Search for Geographic Information Systems C Gilchrist – 2014 – macs.hw.ac.uk … language systems. By improving precision it reduces the chance that a dialog system may need to handle an error, resulting in an additional dialog turn. … This idea builds on the synsets used in the WordNet project. WordNet contains a collection of names with “is a” mappings to …

Entrainment in Pedestrian Direction Giving: How many kinds of entrainment? Z Hu, G Halberg, CR Jimenez, MA Walker – uni-ulm.de … Proceedings of 5th International Workshop on Spoken Dialog Systems Napa, January 17-20, 2014 … generation systems because it dynamically modifies high level representations of the utterances and utilizes external lexical re- sources including Verbocean [7] and Wordnet [14 … Cited by 2 Related articles

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Dr. Tux: A Question Answering System for Ubuntu users BA Philip, M Jog, AM Upasani – www-scf.usc.edu … The new words that were added into our system are not available in Wordnet and hence there was a need to create a synonym set customized for this domain. … Finally, we would like to develop a dialogue system for higher interactive purpose. …

Sprinter: Language Technologies for Interactive and Multimedia Language Learning S Gasber, P Gienandt – lrec-conf.org … plus WordNet. Topics are URIs of the RDF versions of the knowledge bases. From the annotated dialogue data, state graphs are learned that represent the dialogue models. Using standard methods for finite state automata, they are then integrated into the final dialogue system. … Related articles

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Fluent Human–Robot Dialogues About Grounded Objects in Home Environments A Persson, S Al Moubayed, A Loutfi – Cognitive Computation, 2014 – Springer … the concept food, a search against WordNet is also initiated through the search functionality, and where the results of searching WordNet are stored … in order to keeping the dialogue fluent, is it the joint semantic concept which is used in the response back to the dialogue system. … Cited by 1

Human-Machine Dialogue F Landragin – fred.landragin.free.fr … This book summarizes the main problems posed by the design of human-machine dialogue systems and offers ideas on how to continue along the path towards efficient, realistic and fluid communication between humans and machines. … 144 8.2.4. Can a dialogue system lie? . …

Chatbots as Interface to Ontologies A Augello, G Pilato, G Vassallo, S Gaglio – Advances onto the Internet of …, 2014 – Springer … Even if the simple technology allows to easily implement a dialogue system, the obtained conversation is limited by pattern matching rules on which chatbots are based. … 3.2 Integration of a ChatBot and WordNet: ProgramW … Related articles All 2 versions

Mining Gap-fill Questions from Tutorial Dialogues NB Niraula, V Rus, D Stefanescu, AC Graesser – educationaldatamining.org … Keywords Question Generation, Tutoring System, Dialogue Systems … In such cases, we follow some of the existing techniques for finding distractor candidates, eg we use WordNet as in [4]: extract the hypernyms and coordinated concepts (concepts with the same hypernym) of …

The DBOX Corpus Collection of Spoken Human-Human and Human-Machine Dialogues V Petukhova, M Gropp, D Klakow, A Schmidt… – Proceedings of the 9th …, 2014 – lrec-conf.org … 3.2. Human-machine data collection set up As mentioned before, based on these dialogues the first version of the dialogue system has been designed. … 6http://cogcomp. cs.illinois.edu/page/ resources/data 7http://wordnet.princeton.edu/ … Cited by 1 Related articles

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A Prosody-Based Vector-Space Model of Dialog Activity for Information Retrieval NG Ward, SD Werner, F Garcia, E Sanchis – cs.utep.edu … These were based on those in the software package WordNet::Similarity (Pedersen et al., 2004) that gives a measure of the semantic similarity and relatedness between any pair of words. Specifically, the Lesk measure did … Related articles All 2 versions

Automated Grammatical Error Correction for Language Learners J Tetreault, C Leacock, MGHE CTB – COLING 2014, 2014 – anthology.aclweb.org … where he worked on the research and development of NLP tools and components for the next generation of intelligent dialogue systems. … As a member of the WordNet group at Princeton University’s Cognitive Science Lab, her research focused on word sense disambiguation. …

Word order variation and string similarity algorithm to reduce pattern scripting in pattern matching conversational agents M Kaleem, JD O’Shea… – … Intelligence (UKCI), 2014 …, 2014 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … Developing urdu wordnet using the merge approach. in Proceedings of the Conference on Language and Technology. 2012. [17] Bickmore, T. and T. Giorgino, Health dialog systems for patients and consumers. Journal of Biomedical Informatics, 2006. 39(5): p. 556-571. …

Learning a Lexicon for Broad-Coverage Semantic Parsing JF Allen – ACL 2014, 2014 – acl2014.org … Proc. AAAI (AAAI-2011), pages 859–865 Dzikovska, M., JF Allen, et al.(2008).” Linking Semantic and Knowledge Representation in a Multi-Domain Dialogue System.” Logic and Computation 18 (3): 405-430. Fellbaum, S.(1998, ed.) WordNet: An Electronic Lexical Database. …

Using Conditional Random Fields to Predict Focus Word Pair in Spontaneous Spoken English X Zang, Z Wu, H Meng, J Jia, L Cai – Fifteenth Annual Conference of …, 2014 – se.cuhk.edu.hk … The prediction of focus word pair can help spoken dialog systems to better understand the intention of the user. … Semantic features: x The WordNet [10] semantic relation between W1 and W2, such as hypernyms (chair-furniture), antonyms (good-bad), entails (show-see), etc. …

Context and NLP V Hung – Context in Computing, 2014 – Springer … Miller, G., Beckwith, R., Fellbaum, C., Gross, D., Miller, K.: Introduction to WordNet: An on-line lexical database. Int. J. Lexicogr. … Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, Kluwer, Amsterdam (2005) Yan, P., Zheng, F.: Context directed speech recognition in dialogue systems. …

Training a statistical surface realiser from automatic slot labelling H Cuayáhuitl, N Dethlefs, H Hastie, X Liu – 2014 – macs.hw.ac.uk … Our scenario is surface realisation of known and unknown dialogue acts within a spoken dialogue system in the restau- rant domain. … Analysis (LSA) between clauses, D(xi,xj) is the minimal path dis- tance between terms within clauses derived from WordNet relations, and ? is a … Cited by 1

Incremental Recognition and Prediction of Dialogue Acts V Petukhova, H Bunt – Computing Meaning, 2014 – Springer … Traditional models of language understanding for dialogue systems are pipelined and modular, and operate on complete utterances. … 2. lexical analysis: lexical lookup, possibly supported by morphological processing, and by additional resources such as WordNet, VerbNet, or … Related articles All 2 versions

Personalized Information Retrieval: Application to Virtual Communities A Harbaoui, S Sidhom, M Ghenima… – Human Interface and the …, 2014 – Springer … In addition, and in order to keep up-to date user profile, we propose a semantic query enrichment technique based on user profile- related query, Wordnet Ontology and ODP ontology … «A user model is a knowledge source in a natural-language-dialogue system which contains …

Acquiring a Dictionary of Emotion-Provoking Events HT Vu, G Neubig, S Sakti, T Toda, S Nakamura – EACL 2014, 2014 – aclweb.org … They used large corpus of examples collected from the Web using manual patterns to build a k-nearest-neighbors emotion classifier for dialog systems and found that the classifier sig- nificantly outperforms … Senti- wordnet: A publicly available lexical resource for opinion mining. … Related articles All 4 versions

Tapping into the Power of Automatic Question Generation IE Fattoh, AE Aboutabl, M Hassan – researchgate.net … Simultaneously, there has been a strand of research on advisory dialogue systems [2]. All the previous systems were primarily aimed at responding to the user’s questions. … The candidates of the target substitute are acquired from WordNet. …

Low Complexity On-Line Adaptation Techniques in Context of Assamese Spoken Query System S Shahnawazuddin, KT Deepak, BD Sarma… – Journal of Signal …, 2014 – Springer … The block diagram representing the decoding module of the ASR system is shown in Figure 8. The testing is done using an equi-likely wordnet and separate wordnets are used for the recognition of the commodity name, the district name and confirmation (yes/no). … Related articles

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Knowledge Discovery Through Spoken Dialog A Pappu – 2014 – speech.cs.cmu.edu … All processes in a dialog system pipeline, such as recognition, parsing and dialog management, depend on the words in an input. … 1.1 Handling New Information Spoken Dialog Systems are challenged by misunderstandings and non- understanding errors. …

Computational Estonian Grammar in Grammatical Framework I Listenmaa, K Kaljurand – 9th SaLTMiL Workshop on “Free/open-Source … – lrec-conf.org … a (controlled) language of a do- main, and is eg suitable for building multilingual and multimodal dialog systems (B ringert … Various lexical resources containing both morphosyntactic and semantic information have been de- veloped, notably the Estonian WordNet (EstWN)(Vider … Related articles All 2 versions

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Question answering system: A heuristic approach V Bhoir, MA Potey – Applications of Digital Information and Web …, 2014 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … II. RELATED WORK Since 1960s, a variety of natural language database frontends, dialog systems and language understanding systems were created. … FALCON [9] reformulates the question and identifies the answer type from a hierarchy of WordNet. … Related articles

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Predicting semantic changes in abstraction in tutor responses to students M Lipschultz, D Litman, S Katz, P Albacete… – International Journal of …, 2014 – Inderscience … methods. Her current projects include AI-enhanced peer review, spoken tutorial dialogue systems, and automated essay assessment. … making. Other researchers are also developing or evaluating adaptive tutorial dialogue systems. …

Automating Direct Speech Variations in Stories and Games SM Lukin, JO Ryan, MA Walker – Tenth Artificial Intelligence and …, 2014 – users.soe.ucsc.edu … Stephanie M. Lukin and James O. Ryan and Marilyn A. Walker Natural Language and Dialogue Systems Lab University of California, Santa Cruz 1156 High Street, Santa Cruz, CA 95060 1slukin … 2006) and uses WordNet (Fellbaum 1998) as its noun and adjectives tax- onomy. …

Ontology Based Contextual Intent Recognition for Speech Gesture Utterances MR Saktheeswari, MN Devi – ijritcc.org … Furthermore our goal is, to integrate the ontology learning framework into the open-domain spoken dialog system. REFERENCES [1] Zakaria Elberrichi1, Abdelattif Rahmoun2, and Mohamed Amine Bentaalah1,King Faisal University, Saudi Arabia,?Using WordNet for Text … Related articles All 3 versions

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Statistical Dialog Management for Health Interventions U Yasavur – 2014 – digitalcommons.fiu.edu … Research endeavors on spoken dialogue systems in the 1990s and 2000s have led to the deployment of commercial spoken dialogue systems (SDS) in microdomains … based on the brief intervention counseling style via spoken dialogue systems. …

2-Scene Comic Creating System Based on the Distribution of Picture State Transition M Ueno, N Mori, K Matsumoto – Distributed Computing and Artificial …, 2014 – Springer … 2,3,4] and analyzing brain activities for images[5], there are few research about semantics of picture[6,7]. To solve this problem, we have proposed a novel dialogue system called Picture … Class name is important information to use external resources such as Wordnet. … Related articles All 2 versions

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Predicting Personality Traits using Multimodal Information F Alam, G Riccardi – Proceedings of the 2014 ACM Multi Media on …, 2014 – sisl.disi.unitn.it … in different domains and by using differ- ent modalities such as text [5], speech [2] and facial expres- sions [4]. The domains include personality of the blogger [8], dialogue system, social media … These resources include NRC lexicon [15], WordNet-Affect[18], SentiWordNet [3] and …

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Computational Discourse Analysis M Dascalu – Analyzing Discourse and Text Complexity for Learning …, 2014 – Springer … 2008) and the semantic distances from the lexicalized ontology WordNet (Adams and Martell 2008; Dong 2006). … WordNet groups words into sets of cognitively related words (synsets), thus describing a network of meaningfully inter-linked words and concepts. … Related articles

Texterra: A framework for text analysis DY Turdakov, NA Astrakhantsev, YR Nedumov… – … and Computer Software, 2014 – Springer … edge base is automatically extracted from Wikipedia and is by an order of magnitude greater than the size of WordNet. … and forums to determine hidden demographic attributes [25]; • design of question answering systems, automatic summarization systems, dialog systems, etc. … Cited by 1

Dialogue-based Exploration of Graphics for Users with a Visual Disability J Plhak – is.muni.cz … 30 4.1.1 DialogueStrategies . . . . . 32 4.2 Types of Dialogue Systems . . . . . 32 4.3 Dialogue Systems Supported by Ontologies . . . . . 34 4.3.1 UK Cancer Referrals and Home Control . . . . . 34 4.3.2 SmartWeb . . . . . … Related articles

Conversation Intention Perception Based on Knowledge Base YZ Chen, HK Li, Y Liu – Trends and Applications in Knowledge Discovery …, 2014 – Springer … Now, several common and large knowledge bases such as Wikipedia, MozillaZine 4 , Probase [ 14 ], GeoNames 5 and WordNet [ 15 ] have been set up … Since the real conversation system likes a catch ball game, we will devote this model to build an interactive dialogue system. …

Acquiring Comparative Commonsense Knowledge from the Web N Tandon, G de Melo, G Weikum – 2014 – mpi-inf.mpg.de … We then develop a joint opti- mization model for cleaning and disambiguating this knowl- edge with respect to WordNet. … They also play an im- portant role in intelligent dialog systems like Apple’s Siri and Nuance’s Nina, which are increasingly being adopted in mobile devices … Related articles All 2 versions

Shallow PARsing and Knowledge extraction for Language Engineering I Annex – cogsci.ed.ac.uk … Speech dialogue systems will soon be in the position of providing services such as data base access via telephone. … Similarly, projects such as WordNet (Miller et al., 1990) have created semantic taxonomies (thesauri) which rival in size those extracted from MRDs, but remain … Related articles All 3 versions

Improved Factorization of a Connectionist Language Model for Single-Pass Real-Time Speech Recognition ? Brocki, D Koržinek, K Marasek – Foundations of Intelligent Systems, 2014 – Springer … of com- plexity of ANN based Language models suggest using hierarchical decomposition based on existing databases, like Wordnet [9]. Our … Koržinek, D., Brocki, ?., Gubrynowicz, R., Marasek, K.: Wizard of oz experiment for a telephony-based city transport dialog system. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions

Semantically Tractable Questions: Theory and Experiments AM Popescu, O Etzioni, H Kautz – cs.washington.edu … 2 Related Work Our approach to language understanding differs from that of other natural language systems such as spoken language dialog systems [22], tutorial systems [7], etc. … Initially, the set of synonyms was manually defined; we have later extracted it from WordNet. … Related articles All 2 versions

Computational Hispanic Linguistics MA Martí, M Taulé – The Routledge Handbook of Hispanic …, 2014 – books.google.com … These applications (machine translation, question answering, information extrac- tion, and dialog systems, among others) are based on an infrastructure … The most widely used Spanish lexical resource in NLP is undoubtedly Spanish WordNet, a large lexical database organized …

Analysis of word co-occurrence in human literature for supporting semantic correspondence discovery J Martinez-Gil, M Pichler – … of the 14th International Conference on …, 2014 – dl.acm.org … Past works in this field include the automatic processing of text and email messages [15], healthcare dialogue systems [5], natu- ral language … for solving the semantic similarity problem has consisted of using manually compiled dictionar- ies or thesaurus such as WordNet [24] to …

The Eras and Trends of Automatic Short Answer Grading S Burrows, I Gurevych, B Stein – International Journal of Artificial …, 2014 – Springer … Aleven, V., Ogan, A., Popescu, O., Torrey, C., Koedinger, K. (2004). Evaluating the effectiveness of a tutorial dialogue system for self-explanation. … In C. Fellbaum (Ed.), WordNet: an electronic lexical database, language, speech, and communication (Chap. 13, pp. 305–332). …

Bilingual and Cross Domain Politics Analysis RA Jean-Valere Cossu, AM Mena… – Avances en la Ingeniería … – rcs.cic.ipn.mx … p. 107-116. 14. Fabbrizio GD, Tur G and Hakkani-Tür D 2004 Bootstrapping spoken dialogue systems with data reuse Proceedings of the 5th SIGdial Workshop on Discourse and Dialogue. 15. Fellbaum C. (1998) WordNet: An Electronic Database Cambridge, MIT Press. 16. …

Cross-lingual acoustic modeling for Indian languages based on Subspace Gaussian Mixture Models NM Joy, B Abraham, K Navneeth… – … (NCC), 2014 Twentieth …, 2014 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … A. MANDI Database The speech data was collected for developing spoken dialog systems for accessing the price of agricultural commodities in various Indian districts2. … A language specific wordNet is built for decoding purposes. … Related articles

A Semi-Supervised Clustering Approach for Semantic Slot Labelling H Cuayáhuitl, N Dethlefs, H Hastie – 2014 – macs.hw.ac.uk … Analysis (LSA) between clauses, D(xi,xj) is the minimal path distance be- tween terms within clauses derived from WordNet relations, and ? is a … classifiers using the method described above; an (5) perform an extrinsic evaluation with an end-to-end spoken dialogue system [34]. … Cited by 1

Communication Aspects: How Landmarks Enrich the Communication Between Human and Machine KF Richter, S Winter – Landmarks, 2014 – Springer … Except for being a dialog system, ie, enabling some synchronous, co-presence user interaction, the system’s approach to producing route directions is similar to the … Touristic questions are answered by a textual lookup from the Gazetteer of Scotland, Wikipedia 9 and WordNet. … Related articles

A Survey on Large Scale Corpora and Emotion Corpora M Ptaszynski, R Rzepka… – ?????? …, 2014 – arakilab.media.eng.hokudai.ac.jp … Natural language corpora are crucial for training many AI applica- tions, from part-of-speech taggers and dependency parsers to dialog systems or sentiment analysis … Lan- guage resources that are not corpora per se, such as ontologies like WordNet T2, or lexicions, are also …

A low complexity cluster model interpolation based on-line adaptation technique for spoken query systems S Shahnawazuddin, R Sinha – Chinese Spoken Language …, 2014 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … of 13 base features with its first and second derivatives.The per- formance of the system is evaluated on a test set comprising of 2552 isolated word utterances from 275 speaker using an equi- likely wordnet and a … [3] JR Glass, “Challanges for spoken dialogue systems,” in Proc. …

Predicting Failures of Vision Systems P Zhang, J Wang, A Farhadi, M Hebert, D Parikh – riweb-backend.ri.cmu.edu … Recovering from these errors in spoken dialogue systems is often interactive [17]. … [10] makes decisions in a hierarchical fashion. Given a semantic hierar- chy on the categories of interest (eg, WordNet [38]), their approach trades off specificity for accuracy. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 4 versions

Robo fashion world: a multimodal corpus of multi-child human-computer interaction JF Lehman – Proceedings of the 2014 workshop on Understanding …, 2014 – dl.acm.org … To be considered in-vocabulary, the utterance had to contain one of the words given to the illustrator to describe the item (eg, “alien hands,” “bunny slippers,” “hairy monster feet”) or an equivalent term from WordNet [5] that was likely to be known by young children. …

FrameNet: A Knowledge Base for Natural Language Processing CF Baker – ACL 2014, 2014 – aclweb.org … FrameNet website lists the intended uses for hundreds of users of the FrameNet data, including sentiment analy- sis, building dialog systems, improving machine … This is bigger than a toy lexicon, but far fewer LUs than WordNet or other lexicons derived automati- cally from the …

Interacting with Traditional Chinese Culture through Natural Language X Wang, ET Khoo, R Nakatsu, A Cheok – Journal on Computing and …, 2014 – dl.acm.org … Natural language interfaces General Terms: Algorithms, Design Additional Key Words and Phrases: Conversational agents, dialogue systems, intangible cultural … also contains special terminolo- gies, which are not captured in general ontology such as WordNet [Fellbaum 1998 …

Steps Towards Scenario-Based Programming with a Natural Language Interface M Gordon, D Harel – wisdom.weizmann.ac.il … The interface consists of a context-free grammar (CFG) bottom-up parser and a dialog system that help the programmer create both a system model … The grammar is general: it analyzes all terms with the help of the WordNet dictionary [35], in order to determine whether a word is … Related articles

Prototypes of Social Simulation A Osherenko – Social Interaction, Globalization and Computer-Aided …, 2014 – Springer … system can rely on an approach that uses the SPIN parser (Engel 2006), a semantic parser for spoken dialog systems, to detect … semantic affect sensing that main- tains 1049 negations, 264 intensifiers, 6819 emotion words from Levin verbs (Levin 1993), WordNet-Affect (Valitutti … Related articles

CASAM: collaborative human-machine annotation of multimedia RJ Hendley, R Beale, CP Bowers… – Multimedia Tools and …, 2014 – Springer … Fig. 4 A schematic diagram of the text analysis process Multimed Tools Appl Page 10. complements the text analysis results. Finally, a state-of-the-art unsupervised method for word sense disambiguation [38] exploiting lexical resources such as WordNet [29] is applied. … Cited by 1 Related articles

ArabChat: an Arabic Conversational Agent M Hijjawi, Z Bandar, K Crockett… – Computer Science and …, 2014 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … For instance, the “WordNet” database, which the sentence similarity research is based on is still a young area in Arabic. Arabic WordNet (AWN) was started in 2006 with the collaboration of several companies and universities [12,16]. AWN still faces number of challenges. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions

Topical establishment leveraging literature evolution H Xu, E Martin, A Mahidadia – Digital Libraries (JCDL), 2014 …, 2014 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … 2 Idiom Detection Wordnet/Ontology 3 Metaphor Shallow Asian Language Processing 4 Lexical Semantics Information Retrieval 5 Language Knowledge Base Verb Classification 6 NLP Frameworks/Systems Summarization 7 Dialogue Systems Dependency Parsing 8 …

Microblogging as a mechanism for human–robot interaction D Bell, T Koulouri, S Lauria, RD Macredie… – Knowledge-Based …, 2014 – Elsevier … The knowledge in ConceptNet is drawn from a variety of sources: crowd-sourced (such as Wikipedia, Wiktionary, and the Open Mind Common Sense) and expert-created sources (such as WordNet and JMDict); and games (such as Verbosity). … Cited by 1 Related articles

Detecting and making use of emotions to enhance student motivation in e-learning environments P Rodriguez, A Ortigosa, RM Carro – International Journal of …, 2014 – Inderscience … In some of the experiences presented, authors make use of WordNet Affect (Strapparava and Valitutti, 2004), which is an extension of … Callejas, Z., Griol, D. and López-Cózar, R. (2011) ‘Predicting user mental states in spoken dialogue systems’, EURASIP Journal on Advances in … Cited by 1 Related articles

Adjective-Based Estimation of Short Sentence’s Impression NTT An, M Hagiwara – ep.liu.se … Page 2. semantic similarity using the British National Corpus (BNC). Ref. (Mehran Sahami & Timothy, 2006) evaluated knowledge-based measures of word relatedness using WordNet as their central resource. … For the task of stopwords removal, Wordnet corpus of 1221 Page 4. …

Metaphor Detection with Cross-Lingual Model Transfer YTLBA Gershman, ENC Dyer – demo.clab.cs.cmu.edu … tion, machine translation, dialog systems, senti- ment analysis, and text analytics, etc.) would have access to a potentially useful high-level bit of in- formation about whether something is to be under- stood … Supersenses7 are coarse se- mantic categories originating in WordNet. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions

An Introduction to Question Answering over Linked Data C Unger, A Freitas, P Cimiano – Reasoning Web. Reasoning on the Web …, 2014 – Springer … The linguistic analysis can involve both a syntactic and a semantic analysis, commonly relying on tools such as part-of-speech tag- gers and parsers, on resources such as dictionaries, eg WordNet or Wiktionary, and possibly some logical representation formalism to capture the …

QAS SD Joshi – ijaiem.org … Keywords: QAS, 1. INTRODUCTION Since 1960s, a variety of natural language database frontends, dialog systems and language understanding systems were created. … FALCON [9] reformulates the question and identifies the answer type from a hierarchy of WordNet. …

Using hashtags to capture fine emotion categories from tweets SM Mohammad, S Kiritchenko – Computational Intelligence, 2014 – Wiley Online Library … They can be used in numerous applications of emotion detection, such as personality detection, automatic dialog systems, automatic tutoring systems, customer relation models, and even simply highlighting of words and phrases in a piece of text to quickly convey regions of … Cited by 4 Related articles All 3 versions

Linguistic and Acoustic Features for Automatic Identification of Autism Spectrum Disorders in Children’s Narrative H Tanaka, S Sakti, G Neubig, T Toda, S Nakamura – ACL 2014, 2014 – ling.uni-potsdam.de … all words, we also check for the presence of each word in Japanese WordNet5 and deter- mine that if it exists in WordNet it is … Given the results of this, we plan to move to applications in- cluding the development of dialogue systems for automatic ASD screening and social skills …

Latent semantic rational kernels for topic spotting on conversational speech C Weng, DL Thomson, P Haffner… – IEEE/ACM Transactions on …, 2014 – dl.acm.org … We present how to generalize the LSRK using tf-idf weighting, latent semantic analysis, WordNet and probabilistic topic models. … In this case, the is constructed from the latent semantic space in a data-driven way. • If , the matrix is then constructed from the WordNet ontology [16]. …

[BOOK] Routledge Encyclopedia of Translation Technology SW Chan – 2014 – books.google.com … Dr Ahrenberg’s research spans several areas ofNLP including dialogue systems, grammar formalisms and syntactic analysis, corpus … His publications mainly focused onSystemic Functional Linguistics with theinteroperability of WordNet, FrameNet andother linguistic resources. …

Language Processing with Perl and Prolog P Nugues – Cognitive Technologies, 2014 – Springer Page 1. Cognitive Technologies Pierre M. Nugues Language Processing with Perl and Prolog Theories, Implementation, and Application Second Edition Page 2. Cognitive Technologies Managing Editors: DM Gabbay J. Siekmann …

SemEval-2014 Task 6: Supervised Semantic Parsing of Robotic Spatial Commands K Dukes – SemEval 2014, 2014 – aclweb.org … state-of-the-art semantic pars- ing methods have used for a variety of applica- tions, including question answering (Kwiat- kowski et al., 2013; Krishnamurthy and Mitchell, 2012), dialog systems (Artzi and … In Proceedings of WordNet and Other Lexical Resources Workshop. …

Which Acceptation? Ontologies for Historical Linguistics E Nissan – Language, Culture, Computation. Computational …, 2014 – Springer … at present, too, ontologies are important in computational linguistics [10,30,6,58].3 WordNet is a well-known monolingual English lexicon [15] (see http://wordnet.princeton.edu/). … There are ap- plications to multimedia [33,75,61], and to information-providing dialogue-systems [19 … Cited by 3

Representing Inferences and their Lexicalization D McDonald, J Pustejovsky, B EDU – mpls.sift.info Page 1. Advances in Cognitive Systems 3 (2014) **–* Submitted 9/2013; published 5/2014 Representing Inferences and their Lexicalization David McDonald DMCDONALD@SIFT.NET Smart Information Flow Technologies, 14 Brantwood Road, Arlington, MA 02476 USA … Related articles All 3 versions

Conceptual Dependency Scripts for Business Intelligence V Damjanovic – understander.salzburgresearch.at … YAGO (see Section 2.2.3) have emphasized high precision from Wikipedia categories, and aligning this with WordNet into a … facto-ids), systems enabling reasoning mechanisms, systems that fuse answers from different sources, interactive (dialog) systems, analogical reasoning …

Summer Internship Report O Kilic – cis.temple.edu … actions. Moreover, some independent researchers worked on NL-SOAR which integrates English grammar with WordNet data but it is no longer an active study. Page 15. … conversation logs via dialog systems (Artz and Zettlemoyer, 2011), and visual sensors (Matuszek et al., …

Automatic scoring for answers to Arabic test questions WH Gomaa, AA Fahmy – Computer Speech & Language, 2014 – Elsevier … The model deploys the following: Text overlap measures, WordNet-based lexical similarities, graph-based similarities, corpus based similarities, syntactic structure overlap and predicate argument … It has been used in the tutorial dialog system Why2-Atlas (VanLehn et al., 2002). … Cited by 2 Related articles

Language Learning via Unsupervised Corpus Analysis B Goertzel, C Pennachin, N Geisweiller – Engineering General Intelligence …, 2014 – Springer Page 1. Chapter 27 Language Learning via Unsupervised Corpus Analysis 27.1 Introduction The approach taken to NLP in the OpenCog project up through 2013, in practice, has involved engineering and integrating rule-based …

Algorithm for Analysis and Translation of Sentence Phrases R Lacko – is.muni.cz … Voice XML Voice XML is a World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) standard for specifying dialogue systems, usually for automated customer services. … The library also uses a word database similar to WordNet3. 1. Original source code rewritten in another programming language. … Related articles

A Complete Bibliography of ACM Transactions on Asian Language Information Processing NHF Beebe – 2014 – netlib.org … Chen:2002:BCE [6] Hsin-Hsi Chen, Chi-Ching Lin, and Wen-Cheng Lin. Building a Chinese– English wordnet for translingual applications. … Kim:2003:RRE [37] Harksoo Kim and Jungyun Seo. Resolution of referring expressions in a Korean multimodal dialogue system. … Related articles All 7 versions

A comparative study of evolving fuzzy grammar and machine learning techniques for text categorization NM Sharef, T Martin, KA Kasmiran, A Mustapha… – Soft Computing, 2014 – Springer … It has been utilized in many applications, such as dialogue systems, named entity recognition, information retrieval, and text categorization itself. … Text expression, via short text modeling, was presented by Wenyin et al. (2010) where co-occurrence and WordNet- based semantic …

Domain-sensitive topic management in a modular conversational agent framework D Macias Galindo – 2014 – researchbank.rmit.edu.au … In IJCAI Workshop on Knowledge Representation and Reasoning for Practical Dialogue Systems (KRPDS), pages 16–23, Barcelona, Spain, 2011a (ERA Rank: Unranked) … 25 2.6 Four synsets available in WordNet for word form “lion”. . . . …

DISI-University of Trento EA Stepanov – 2014 – eprints-phd.biblio.unitn.it Page 1. PhD Dissertation International Doctorate School in Information and Communication Technologies DISI – University of Trento Cross-Domain and Cross-Language Porting of Shallow Parsing Evgeny A. Stepanov Advisor: Prof. Dr. Ing. Giuseppe Riccardi …

SongRecommend: From summarization to recommendation S Tata, B Di Eugenio – Natural Language Engineering, 2014 – Cambridge Univ Press … Building of segments rests on the notion of feature terms. Since we have no a priori inventory of features (the feature annotation will be used for evaluation, not for development), we use WordNet (Fellbaum 1998) to identify these. … Cited by 2 Related articles All 2 versions

Joint models for concept-to-text generation I Konstas – 2014 – era.lib.ed.ac.uk … of anaphoric expressions in subsequent references to them, later in the text. This is more common in the NLG part of dialogue systems, which need to keep track of what has been mentioned in each dialogue turn and update their state accordingly. Even in … Related articles

Associating targets with SentiUnits: a step forward in sentiment analysis of Urdu text AZ Syed, M Aslam, AM Martinez-Enriquez – Artificial Intelligence Review, 2014 – Springer Page 1. Artif Intell Rev DOI 10.1007/s10462-012-9322-6 Associating targets with SentiUnits: a step forward in sentiment analysis of Urdu text Afraz Z. Syed · Muhammad Aslam · Ana Maria Martinez-Enriquez © Springer Science+Business Media BV 2012 … Cited by 2 Related articles All 4 versions

A Semantic Framework for Harvesting Vague Enterprise Knowledge from Microposts P Alexopoulos, J Pavlopoulos… – International Journal on …, 2014 – World Scientific … This process is performed by parsing each message using an enterprise ontology as well as additional vocabularies and thesauri like Wordnet. … isRelevantToResearchArea PARLANCE Dialogue Systems isRelevantToResearchArea K-DRIVE Linked Data … Related articles

Developing an enriched natural language grammar for prosodically-improved concent-to-speech synthesis L Marais – 2014 – uir.unisa.ac.za Page 1. Developing an enriched natural language grammar for prosodically-improved concept-to-speech synthesis by Laurette Marais submitted in accordance with the requirements for the degree of MASTER OF SCIENCE in the subject of COMPUTING at the …

Moving Towards The Semantic Web: Enabling New Technologies Through The Semantic Annotation Of Social Contents A Moreno – 2014 – deim.urv.cat … We have defined a mechanism that analyses the hashtags used in a tweet data set, links them to concepts in WordNet (in a semantic annotation step supported by Wikipedia categories) and then applies ontology-based semantic similarity measures to cluster the hashtags in …

Deep stochastic sentence generation: resources and strategies S Mille – 2014 – tesisenxarxa.net Page 1. Deep stochastic sentence generation Resources and strategies Simon Mille TESI DOCTORAL UPF / 2014 Director de la tesi Prof. Leo Wanner Department of Information and Communication Technologies Page 2. By …

Topical Structure in Long Informal Documents A Kazantseva – 2014 – anna-kazantseva.com … informative, alternative. To date, models based on topical segments have been used in information extraction, essay analysis and scoring, automatic assessment of coherence of text, automatic dialogue systems, etc. [Webber et al., 2012]. On the other side of the issue … Cited by 1

The Taxobook: Principles and Practices of Building Taxonomies, Part 2 of a 3-Part Series MMK Hlava – … Lectures on Information Concepts, Retrieval, and …, 2014 – morganclaypool.com Page 1. H L A VA T H E T A X OBO OK : P AR T 2 MO R GAN & CL A YPOO L Marjorie MK Hlava Gary Marchionini, Series Editor MORGAN&CLAYPOOL PUBLISHERS SyntheSiS LectureS on information conceptS, retrievaL, and ServiceS Principles and Practices …

[BOOK] Intelligent Web-Based English Instruction in Middle Schools J Jia – 2014 – books.google.com Page 1. Intelligent Web-Based English Instruction in Middle Schools Jiyou Jia Peking University, China A volume in the Advances in Educational Technologies and Instructional Design (AETID) Book Series Page 2. Managing …

Structural information aware deep semi-supervised recurrent neural network for sentiment analysis W Rong, B Peng, Y Ouyang, C Li, Z Xiong – Frontiers of Computer Science – Springer Page 1. Front. Comput. Sci. DOI 10.1007/s11704-014-4085-7 Structural information aware deep semi-supervised recurrent neural network for sentiment analysis Wenge RONG1,2, Baolin PENG1, Yuanxin OUYANG 1,2, Chao LI1,2, Zhang XIONG1,2 …

Experiments in Information Storage and Retrieval and Document Classification KCÓ Kane – faculty.chas.uni.edu … encoding…..154 18 Semantic Approaches: WordNet…..155 19 References…..167 Index of Figures Figure …

[BOOK] Plan, Activity, and Intent Recognition: Theory and Practice G Sukthankar, C Geib, HH Bui, D Pynadath… – 2014 – books.google.com Page 1. s PLAN, ACTIVITY, AND INTENT RECOGNITION THEORY AND PRACTICE EDITED BY GITA SUKTHAN KAR ROBERT P. GULDMAN CHRISTOPHER GEIB DAVID V. PYNADATH HUNG HAI BUI Page 2. Plan, Activity, and Intent Recognition Page 3. … Cited by 3 Related articles

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Ontology-Based Interpretation of Natural Language P Cimiano, C Unger, J McCrae – Synthesis Lectures on …, 2014 – morganclaypool.com … 2010 Page 7. v 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 Introduction … Cited by 4 Related articles All 3 versions

Foundations and Trends in Signal Processing L Deng, Y Dong – Signal Processing, 2014 – research.microsoft.com Page 1. the essence of knowledge FnT SIG 7:3-4 Deep Learning; Methods and Applications Li Deng and Dong Y u Foundations and Trends® in Signal Processing 7:3-4 Deep Learning Methods and Applications Li Deng and Dong Yu now now Page 2. 7.1. …

Open Question Answering A Fader – 2014 – digital.lib.washington.edu … Tracking a dynamic context is often essential for handling information needs that go beyond simple factoid questions. A common case where this extra functionality is needed includes spoken dialogue systems. For example. modeling a conversation with an …

Copyright 2014 Janara Christensen J Christensen – homes.cs.washington.edu Page 1. c Copyright 2014 Janara Christensen Page 2. Page 3. Towards Large Scale Summarization Janara Christensen A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy University of Washington 2014 Reading …

Automatically generating reading lists JG Jardine – … of Cambridge, Computer Laboratory, Technical Report, 2014 – cl.cam.ac.uk Page 1. Technical Report Number 848 Computer Laboratory UCAM-CL-TR-848 ISSN 1476-2986 Automatically generating reading lists James G. Jardine February 2014 15 JJ Thomson Avenue Cambridge CB3 0FD United Kingdom phone +44 1223 763500 … Related articles All 3 versions

Sarcasm Detection on Twitter: A Behavioral Modeling Approach A Rajadesingan, R Zafarani, H Liu – 2014 – dmml.asu.edu … González-Ibá˜nez et al. [10] introduced a sarcasm de- tection technique using numerous lexical features (derived from LWIC [27] and Wordnet Affect [34]) and pragmatic fea- tures such as emoticons and replies. Liebrecht et al. …

Combining visual recognition and computational linguistics: linguistic knowledge for visual recognition and natural language descriptions of visual content M Rohrbach – 2014 – scidok.sulb.uni-saarland.de … Here we mine hierarchical information, as well as object-attribute and in-between-object associations from diverse linguistic resources such as Wikipedia, WordNet, and the World Wide Web to improve object recognition, focusing on the challenging setting in visual recognition … Related articles

Detecting Sarcasm on Twitter: A Behavior Modeling Approach A Rajadesingan – 2014 – repository.asu.edu … (González-Ibá˜nez et al., 2011) devised a detection technique using numerous lexical features (derived from LWIC (Pennebaker et al., 2001), Wordnet Affect (Strapparava and Valitutti, 2004)) and pragmatic fea- tures such as emoticons and replies. Reyes et al. …