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SPEECHBUILDER: Facilitating spoken dialogue system development [PDF] from mit.edu J Glass, E Weinstein – Seventh European Conference on Speech …, 2001 – isca-speech.org … For example, develop- ers do not specify natural language grammars for their domain. … The developer can optionally create additional hier- archy in the grammar by using bracketing to … encoded as CGI parameters (which are used for one kind of SPEECHBUILDER configuration … Cited by 69 – Related articles – All 23 versions

[PDF] Speechbuilder: Facilitating spoken dialogue system development [PDF] from psu.edu E Weinstein – 2001 – Citeseer … to compare the technologies currently used by SpeechBuilder to those present in systems specified with VoiceXML. VoiceXML uses Java Speech Grammar Format (JSGF) [14] context-free grammars to define natural language understanding tem- … Cited by 9 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 13 versions

Automatic induction of n-gram language models from a natural language grammar [PDF] from psu.edu S Seneff, C Wang… – Eighth European Conference on …, 2003 – isca-speech.org … implemented a technique to automati- cally obtain enhanced class n-gram language models from NL grammars. … Efforts to integrate this technique for language modeling into the SPEECHBUILDER toolkit [2] are underway. … guage model after manually adjusting the grammar. … Cited by 22 – Related articles – All 16 versions

[PDF] Progress in Rapid Prototyping of Spoken Dialogue Systems [PDF] from mit.edu E Weinstein, J Polifroni, S Cyphers… – sls.lcs.mit.edu … Systems Group Summary of Research, July 2003 Progress: Over the past year we have improved SpeechBuilder in many areas. For example, we have begun to increase the sophistication of the parsing grammar by allowing developers to incorporate sub- grammars catering to … Related articles – View as HTML – All 5 versions

[CITATION] Automatic Generation of N-Gram Language Models from Natural Language Grammars S Seneff… Related articles – All 2 versions

Grammar learning for spoken language understanding [PDF] from psu.edu YY Wang… – … and Understanding, 2001. ASRU’01. IEEE …, 2001 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … J. Glass and E. Weinstein, “SPEECHBUILDER: Facilitating Spoken Dialogue System Development … M. Gavalda, “Growing Semantics Grammar.” Ph.D Thesis, Camegie Mellon University, 2000. … M. Omobundm, “Inducing Probabilistic Grammars by Bayesian Model Merging,” in … Cited by 26 – Related articles – All 12 versions

Evaluation of spoken language grammar learning in the ATIS domain [PDF] from microsoft.com YY Wang… – … and Signal Processing, 1993. ICASSP-93 …, 1993 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … Fig. 3 illushates the slot performance of the same grammars. … Ihe dashed cue reprerents the mined with ATIS3 training data; lhe solid cue represents grammar trained with the extra sentences. … 29, 1996. [5] I. Glass and E. Weinstein, “SPEECHBUILDER Facilitating Spoken … Cited by 24 – Related articles – BL Direct – All 10 versions

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[PS] Automatic Induction of Æ-Gram Language Models from a Natural Language Grammar 1/2 [PS] from mit.edu S Seneff, C Wang… – people.csail.mit.edu … implemented a technique to automati- cally obtain enhanced class n-gram language models from NL grammars. … Efforts to integrate this technique for language modeling into the SPEECHBUILDER toolkit [2] are underway. … guage model after manually adjusting the grammar. … Related articles – View as HTML – All 2 versions

[PDF] Facilitating Spoken Language System Creation with SPEECHBUILDER [PDF] from mit.edu J Glass, J Pearlman… – COMPUTER SCIENCE …, 2000 – groups.csail.mit.edu … kitchen appliance living room, dining room, kitchen Page 51. 33 SPOKEN LANGUAGE SYSTEMS SPEECHBUILDER allows the developer to build a structured grammar when this is desired. To do this, the developer needs to … Related articles – View as HTML – All 3 versions

[PDF] Promoting portability in dialogue management [PDF] from mit.edu J Polifroni… – Proc. ICSLP, 2002 – groups.csail.mit.edu … In addition, as already existing in the cur- rent SPEECHBUILDER, the developer can tailor a response for … for sub-domains (eg, dates/times, prices) are or- ganized into sub-grammars that are … A developer selects the sub-grammar to include, just as libraries of code are included. … Cited by 30 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 21 versions

Creating speech recognition grammars from regular expressions for alphanumeric concepts [PDF] from mirlab.org YY Wang… – Eighth International Conference on Spoken …, 2004 – isca-speech.org … In fact, the baseline alphanumeric grammars used in the experiments can also be generated from the … Y. Wang and A. Acero, “Combination of CFG and N- gram Modeling in Semantic Grammar Learning.” In … [5] J. Glass and E. Weinstein, “SPEECHBUILDER: Facilitating Spoken … Cited by 5 – Related articles – All 12 versions

Grammar authoring system YY Wang… – US Patent 7,080,004, 2006 – Google Patents … Speechbuilder: Facilitating Spoken Dialogue System Devel- opment By: James Glass et al., MIT Laboratory for Com- puter Science, Cambridge MA. … Grammar manager 230 associates specific grammars in the library of grammars 232 with the concepts in the schema … Cited by 6 – Related articles – All 4 versions

Enabling Spoken Language Systems Design for Non-Experts J Pearlman – COMPUTER SCIENCE SPOKEN, 2000 – groups.csail.mit.edu … where non- experts could build grammars and speech systems. Developers could also easily specify hierarchy in domains where a more complex grammar was appropriate. We demonstrated the utility, originally known as SLS-Lite, now called SPEECHBUILDER, by building … Cited by 13 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 3 versions

Creating a speech recognition grammar for alphanumeric concepts YY Wang, YC Ju, LA Collins, M Cecys… – US Patent 7,599,837, 2009 – Google Patents … Acero, “Combination of CFG and N-gram Mod- eling in Semantic Grammar Learning.” In … J. Glass and E. Weinstein, “SpeechBuilder: Facilitating Spoken Dia- logue System Development.” In the … 1-7. Wang Y et al, Creating speech recognition grammars from regular expressions … Cited by 1 – Related articles – All 3 versions

Flexible and personalizable mixed-initiative dialogue systems [PDF] from upenn.edu J Glass… – Proceedings of the HLT-NAACL 2003 workshop on …, 2003 – dl.acm.org … We make no distinction between the technology components of SpeechBuilder and those of our … Language Modelling: Patchwork Grammars A seri- ous limitation in today’s technology to immediate deploy … We have initiated an effort to automatically induce a grammar for a new … Cited by 15 – Related articles – All 37 versions

A framework for developing conversational user interfaces [PDF] from psu.edu J Glass, E Weinstein, S Cyphers, J Polifroni… – … -Aided Design of User …, 2005 – Springer … SPEECHBUILDER also allows the dialogue management R component to invoke arbitrary user code. … Although this mechanism works fairly well, the generated parsing grammar is very simple … written by experts, and does not allow domains to reuse sub-grammars for concepts … Cited by 30 – Related articles – All 32 versions

[PDF] Designing speech interfaces for kiosks [PDF] from mit.edu M Van Kleek, B Kottahachchi… – Student Oxygen …, 2004 – people.csail.mit.edu … daemon. The Galaxy domain, consisting of recognition grammars, hub and startup scripts, was created via SpeechBuilder (Weinstein, 2001), a web-based tool for building Galaxy domains. 3.1 Designing the Domain Grammar The … Cited by 2 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 5 versions

What I did on my fall vacation-a pervasive computing class [PDF] from sfu.ca L Rudolph – Pervasive Computing, IEEE, 2003 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … Students extended their GUIs to be speech enabled. Although building a speech-enabled interface is generally dif- ficult, it’s easy to do using SpeechBuilder. The Galaxy system uses domain-specific recognition and a grammar defines the domain. … Cited by 1 – Related articles – All 8 versions

[PDF] Review of NTT-MIT Research Collaboration [PDF] from psu.edu N Sugamura – NTT Tech Rev, 2003 – Citeseer … The grammar for parsing now covers more than 75% of the naive user utterances that do not include artifacts. … 3. Japanese SpeechBuilder: a toolkit for building conversational systems 3.1 Motivation Although the development and deployment of Mokusei were successful, they … Related articles – View as HTML – All 2 versions

[CITATION] Creating and Managing Animations via Speech N Kho… Related articles

Tlatoa Communicator D Pérez… – Innovations in Computing Sciences and Software …, 2010 – Springer … Some examples of these efforts are MIT Speechbuilder [2], Microsoft Speech Server & Microsoft Speech Application … The grammar file also includes all the possible values for each field of the table, synonyms used for certain values, and references to other grammars for date … Related articles – All 2 versions

A markup language for describing interactive humanoid robot presentations [PDF] from psu.edu Y Nishimura, S Minotsu, H Dohi… – Proceedings of the 12th …, 2007 – dl.acm.org … Otherwise this method applies the automata for the active grammars to the speech recognition result. … The number of recognition grammar is 11. … 281-284. 5. J. Glass and E. Weinstein, “SPEECHBUILDER: Facili- tating spoken dialogue system development,” in Proc. … Cited by 5 – Related articles – All 7 versions

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Subset languages for conversing with collaborative interface agents [PDF] from merl.com CL Sidner… – Seventh International Conference on …, 2002 – isca-speech.org … to be very minimal in terms of the size and type of grammar, the lack of … More remains to be learned about subset languages with larger grammars, less frequently used … 2) Glass, J., E. Weinstein, SpeechBuilder: Facilitating Spoken Dialog system Development, Euro-Speech 2001 … Cited by 28 – Related articles – All 9 versions

Olympus: an open-source framework for conversational spoken language interface research [PDF] from upenn.edu D Bohus, A Raux, TK Harris, M Eskenazi… – Proceedings of the …, 2007 – dl.acm.org … To build a new system, one can focus simply on developing resources (eg, language model, grammar, dialog task specification, generation templates … and academic, eg, Ariadne (2007), SpeechBuilder (Glass et al., 2004), and the CSLU toolkit (Cole, 1999), are used for rapid … Cited by 57 – Related articles – All 30 versions

[PDF] COMMANIMATION: a speech-controlled animation system [PDF] from psu.edu NE Kho – 2004 – Citeseer … The Command and Control Mode requires each application to supply its own grammar for the language of commands to accept. … COMMANIMATION is a system using several technologies, including SpeechBuilder, Flash MX 2004, and ActionScript. … View as HTML – All 4 versions

EVITA-RAD: An Extensible Enterprise VoIce PorTAI-Rapid Application Development Tool [PDF] from psu.edu Y Chen – Eighth International Conference on Spoken Language …, 2004 – isca-speech.org … also guides users in creating top level mixed-initiative grammars and individual slot grammars. … date, and calculates an absolute date given a natural language grammar string such … bevocal.com/index.html [2] Glass, J. and Weinstein, E., “SPEECHBUILDER: Facilitating Spoken … Related articles – All 11 versions

[CITATION] Automatic Acquisition of Names Using Speak and Spell Mode in Spoken Dialogue Systems S Seneff… – 2003 – MIT Laboratory for Computer … Cited by 1 – Related articles – All 2 versions

Interactive computer aids for acquiring proficiency in Mandarin S Seneff – Chinese Spoken Language Processing, 2006 – Springer … by an intuitive and easy-to-use graphical interface, modelled, for example, after MIT’s SpeechBuilder system [9 … The natural language parser uses a language-specific grammar to transform the English or Chinese query … Both the Chinese and English grammars are syntax-based. … Cited by 17 – Related articles – BL Direct – All 3 versions

[PDF] VoiceBuilder: A Framework for Automatic Speech Application Development [PDF] from mirlab.org H Cuayáhuitl, MA Rodriguez-Moreno… – México, April, 2004 – mirlab.org … Current frameworks such as SPEECHBUILDER allows developers to specify linguistic information and rapidly cre- ate … that represent almost all the information needed in a conversation except for grammars. … a speech input, given in terms of a vocabulary or grammar; the childs … Related articles – View as HTML – All 16 versions

VoiceBuilder: A Framework for Automatic Speech Application Development MA Rodriguez-Moreno, H Cuayahuitl… – … on Spoken Language …, 2004 – isca-speech.org … Current frameworks such as SPEECHBUILDER allows developers to specify linguistic information and rapidly cre- ate … that represent almost all the information needed in a conversation except for grammars. … a speech input, given in terms of a vocabulary or grammar; the childs … Related articles

[PDF] MACK: Media lab autonomous conversational kiosk [PDF] from ru.is J Cassell, T Stocky, T Bickmore, Y Gao, Y Nakano… – Proc. of Imagina, 2002 – ru.is … input: (1) grammar-based speech recognition using MIT LCS’ SpeechBuilder technology [9], (2) recognition of user presence by way of a pressure-sensing chair mat, and (3) recognition of pen gestures on a paper map by way … Cited by 95 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 31 versions

commanimation: Creating and managing animations via speech [PDF] from 18.7.29.232 H Kim, N Kho, E Yan… – 2004 – 18.7.29.232 … The grammar can incorporate much of the semantics of the sentence needed by our animation component. We use this latter approach. SpeechBuilder is a development tool that allows de- velopers to build their own speech-based applications without delving into human … Related articles – All 5 versions

Sketch understanding in design: Overview of work at the MIT AI lab [PDF] from psu.edu R Davis – Sketch Understanding, Papers from the 2002 AAAI …, 2002 – aaai.org … grammar is written using the Java Speech Grammar Format, which provides a mechanism for annotating the grammar ules with … We are evaluating a number of speech understanding systems (eg, ViaVoice and SpeechBuilder [WeinsteinO1]) and determining how to approach … Cited by 53 – Related articles – All 9 versions

[PDF] A virtual butler controlled by speech [PDF] from unizar.es A Uria, A Ortega, MI Torres, A Miguel… – Proceedings of the III …, 2006 – jth2006.unizar.es … The language model is a stochastic grammar, trained with the CMU Toolkit (v2.0) with 47,657 utterances gen- erated by the virtual dialog samples. … [7] J. Glass and E. Weinstein, “Speechbuilder: Facil- itating spoken dialogue systems development,” in Proc. … Cited by 2 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 5 versions

Building Spoken-Language Collaborative Interface Agents [PDF] from psu.edu C Sidner – Practical Spoken Dialog Systems, 2004 – Springer … we found that not every user could talk to these agents because we only predicted a portion of the vocabulary and grammar that users … Grammars and semantic interpreters were created by the Collagen team and used with the Java Speech API as implemented by IBM, and with … Cited by 9 – Related articles – All 9 versions

[PDF] Speech recognition for smart homes [PDF] from intechopen.com I McLoughlin… – … Recognition, Technologies and …, 2008 – intechopen.com … context free grammars, where the system only recognizes a limited vocabulary. In a speech-based smart home system, a VI session begins with a configurable spoken identifier phrase to ‘attract the attention’ of the ASR computer. From this point on, the adoption of grammar and … Cited by 2 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 4 versions

[PDF] A Sensor Platform for Machine Understanding of Narrated Tours [PDF] from mit.edu A Huang… – people.csail.mit.edu … During the tour, the user is restricted to a limited domain grammar consisting of simple utterances such as, “This is X” and “Here is Y”. These utterances are used in conjunction with the video stream and … SPEECHBUILDER: Facilitating Spoken Dialogue System Development. … Related articles – View as HTML

[PDF] ?????????????????????????????? [PDF] from kit.ac.jp ????, ?????, ???, ???… – HAI ??????, …, 2006 – ii.is.kit.ac.jp … Hardware controller Speech synthesizer Screen controller MADL Speech recognition grammar ? 4 System Architecture … 281-284. [6] J. Glass and E. Weinstein, “SpeechBuilder: Facilitating spoken dialogue system development,” in Proc. Eurospeech, 2001, pp. 1335-1338. … Cited by 1 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 3 versions

[HTML] Research Abstracts-2006 [HTML] from mit.edu AS Huang… – publications.csail.mit.edu … During the tour, the user is restricted to a limited domain grammar consisting of simple utterances such as, “This is X” and “Here is Y”. These utterances are used in conjunction with the video stream and … SPEECHBUILDER: Facilitating Spoken Dialogue System Development. … Related articles – Cached

SKINNI: the smart kiosk information navigation and note-posting interface [PDF] from mit.edu HE Shrobe, TB Horton – 2004 – dspace.mit.edu … 46 2.2 HTML Prototype Flaws and Solutions . . . . . 47 2.3 Java Prototype Flaws and Solutions . . . . . 47 2.4 SKINNI Speech Grammar . . . . . 48 3.1 SKINNI Search Specifications . . . . . 59 … Related articles – All 9 versions

[PDF] Computation for the Corridor: Experiments and Experiences with augmenting public spaces [PDF] from mit.edu M Van Kleek – 2004 – people.csail.mit.edu Page 1. Computation for the Corridor: Experiments and Experiences with augmenting public spaces Max Van Kleek (emax@csail.mit.edu) October 17, 2004 1 Introduction Public areas within the workplace are settings for day … Related articles – View as HTML – All 2 versions

[PDF] Automatic speech recognition-a brief history of the technology development [PDF] from fit.edu BH Juang… – Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, …, 2005 – my.fit.edu … structure of the language model (the grammar), which was represented by statistical syntactical … Although both the n- gram language model and a traditional grammar are manifestations of the rules of the language, their roles were fundamentally different. … Cited by 38 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 16 versions

[PDF] Characterizing and processing robotdirected speech [PDF] from mit.edu P Fitzpatrick, P Varchavskaia… – Proceedings of the …, 2001 – people.csail.mit.edu … the size of the vocabulary. For example, the basic vocabulary used for most weather-related queries may be quite small, whereas for dictation it may be much larger and with a much less constrained grammar. In the first case … Cited by 3 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 7 versions

[PDF] Conceptualization and Development of a Conversational, Mediating and Animated Receptionist: COSIMAR [PDF] from kit.edu K Dittmar, A Waibel… – isl.anthropomatik.kit.edu Page 1. – Institut für Theoretische Informatik (IThI) – Interactive Systems Lab Conceptualization and Development of a Conversational, Mediating and Animated Receptionist: COSIMAR Diploma Thesis of Kerstin Dittmar Supervised by Prof. … Related articles – View as HTML – All 2 versions

An advanced platform to speed up the design of multilingual dialog applications for multiple modalities [PDF] from upm.es LF D’Haro, R de Cordoba, J Ferreiros… – Speech …, 2006 – Elsevier … Tk scripts that increases the possibilities of interaction, data retrieval, analysis, grammar development, etc … SpeechBuilder (Glass and Weinstein, 2001), developed at the Spoken Language Systems Group … the generation of the final script in VoiceXML, the grammars and prompts … Cited by 11 – Related articles – All 8 versions

[PDF] Speech Recognition, Automatic, History of [PDF] from rutgers.edu LR Rabiner – cronos.rutgers.edu … correspondence as the primary application), and the structure of the language (the grammar). … Although both the n-gram language model and a traditional grammar are manifestations of the rules of the language, their roles were funda- mentally different. … Related articles – View as HTML – All 2 versions

Characterizing and processing robot-directed speech [PDF] from dtic.mil P Varchavskaia – 2001 – DTIC Document … the size of the vocabulary. For example, the basic vocabulary used for most weather-related queries may be quite small, whereas for dictation it may be much larger and with a much less constrained grammar. In the first case … Cited by 7 – Related articles – All 22 versions

[DOC] Improving User Interaction with Spoken Dialog Systems Through Shaping and Adaptivity [DOC] from cmu.edu S Tomko – cs.cmu.edu … 3 with the added detail of the two grammars. The grammar weighting scheme will likely take into account features directly related to the n-best results such as ASR confidence scores and the parsability of each hypothesis, as well as indirect features such as the number of non … Related articles – View as HTML – All 2 versions

Spoken Dialo V Zue… – Springer Page 1. 705 Spoken Dialo 35. Spoken Dialogue Systems V. Zue, S. Seneff Spoken dialogue systems are a new breed of in- terfaces that enable humans to communicate with machines naturally and efficiently using a con- versational paradigm. … Related articles

A multi-expert model for dialogue and behavior control of conversational robots and agents M Nakano, Y Hasegawa, K Funakoshi… – Knowledge-Based …, 2011 – Elsevier Cited by 1 – Related articles – All 2 versions

[PDF] A multi-expert model for dialogue and behavior control of conversational robots and aggents? [PDF] from psu.edu M Nakanoa, YHK Funakoshia, JTT Toriia… – Citeseer … The understander is connected to a speech recognizer Julius/Julian [23], which can employ either statistical or network-grammar-based language … spoken and multimodal dialogue systems such as VoiceXML browsers [25], XISL [26], CSLU Toolkit [27], and SpeechBuilder [22] is … Related articles – View as HTML – All 2 versions

A two-layer model for behavior and dialogue planning in conversational service robots [PDF] from ua.pt M Nakano, Y Hasegawa, K Nakadai… – … and Systems, 2005. …, 2005 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … Julian is a variant of Julius [19] and it utilizes network grammars as the recognition language models. … M. Suzuki, A. Ito, and S. Makino, “A spoken dialog system based on automatic grammar generation and … [20] J. Glass and E. Weinstein, “SPEECHBUILDER: Facilitating spoken … Cited by 22 – Related articles – All 7 versions

[PDF] MIT Project Oxygen [PDF] from google.com P Prakash – sites.google.com Page 1. MIT Project Oxygen A Seminar Report Submitted to the faculty of Computer Engineering, Bharati Vidyapeeth University, Pune Submitted By: Pranav Prakash Roll No 25 Under the guidance of Mrs. SS Dhotre DEPARTMENT … Related articles – View as HTML

[PDF] Identifying Languages in the Limit Using Alignment-based Learning [PDF] from psu.edu BCSB Eng – 2004 – Citeseer … This class of grammar will be referred to as left-aligned-R grammars. 2. The definition of a grammatical inference algorithm that can infer left-aligned-R … attribute grammar. Attribute grammars attach representations of the meaning of a phrase using a key-value pair notation. … Cited by 3 – Related articles – View as HTML – Library Search – All 4 versions

[PDF] A report submitted to the Department of Computer Science [PDF] from dritte.org M Ali, D Ranjha, S Shah… – 2003 – dritte.org … Multilingual systems support dialogs among participants speaking different languages. The SpeechBuilder utility supports development of spoken interfaces. Person tracking, face, gaze, and gesture recognition utilities support development of visual interfaces. … Related articles – View as HTML – All 5 versions

Error handling in a stochastic dialog system through confidence measures [PDF] from upm.es F Torres, LF Hurtado, F García, E Sanchis… – Speech …, 2005 – Elsevier Cited by 37 – Related articles – All 8 versions

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Role Transfer for Robot Tasking [PDF] from dtic.mil P Fitzpatrick – 2002 – DTIC Document … First, convenient “throw-away” vocabulary can be introduced by the tutor to match the idiosyncratic objects and actions used within a task. Second, “filler” grammar can be detected and modeled as will be described in section 6. 8 Page 10. Event sequence … Related articles – Library Search – All 9 versions

[PDF] Non-verbal Signals for Grounding in Embodied Conversational Agent [PDF] from mit.edu YI Nakano – 2002 – pubs.media.mit.edu Page 1. Non-verbal Signals for Grounding in Embodied Conversational Agent by Yukiko I. Nakano BA, Psychology Tokyo Woman’s Christian University, 1988 MA, Educational Psychology The University of Tokyo, 1990 Submitted … Related articles – View as HTML – Library Search – All 2 versions

[PDF] Corpus-based unit selection for natural-sounding speech synthesis [PDF] from mit.edu JRW Yi – 2003 – sls.csail.mit.edu … rates. After I re-implemented it, Laura Miyakawa extended my work in her thesis. While an officemate of mine, Eugene Weinstein worked on speechbuilder and I was constantly reminded of how important it is to define processes for rapid prototyping. … Cited by 33 – Related articles – View as HTML – Library Search – All 14 versions

[PDF] DIGA-Desenvolvimento de uma plataforma para criação de sistemas de diálogo [PDF] from inesc-id.pt F Martins – 2008 – inesc-id.pt Page 1. DIGA – Desenvolvimento de uma plataforma para criaç˜ao de sistemas de di´alogo. Filipe Miguel Fonseca Martins Dissertaç ˜ao para obtenç ˜ao do Grau de Mestre em Engenharia Informática e de Computadores J ´uri … Cited by 1 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 4 versions