NLI (Natural Language Interaction) 2015


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NLI (Natural Language Interaction) 2014 | ROILA (Robot Interaction Language)


Going Beyond Literal Command-Based Instructions: Extending Robotic Natural Language Interaction Capabilities. T Williams, G Briggs, B Oosterveld, M Scheutz – AAAI, 2015 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org Abstract The ultimate goal of human natural language interaction is to communicate intentions. However, these intentions are often not directly derivable from the semantics of an utterance (eg, when linguistic modulations are employed to convey politeness, respect, Cited by 15 Related articles All 4 versions

Teaching robots parametrized executable plans through spoken interaction G Gemignani, E Bastianelli, D Nardi – Proceedings of the 2015 …, 2015 – dl.acm.org … our everyday lives. To this end, multiple authors have proposed to rely on natural language interaction and dialogue to enable robots to learn how to ?The first two authors have contributed equally to this paper Appears in: Proceedings … Cited by 12 Related articles All 8 versions

Provably correct reactive control from natural language C Lignos, V Raman, C Finucane, M Marcus… – Autonomous …, 2015 – Springer Cited by 12 Related articles All 13 versions

[BOOK] Cognitive Ergonomics: Understanding, Learning, and Designing Human-Computer Interaction BR Gaines, AF Monk, P Falzon – 2015 – books.google.com … The following research areas are illustrated: action regulation, automati- zation of behaviour, analogical thinking, generalization, inferences, meta- phors, dialogue strategies, human–computer and human-human dialogues, natural language, interaction models, interaction … Cited by 24 Related articles All 3 versions

Exploring models and data for image question answering M Ren, R Kiros, R Zemel – Advances in Neural Information …, 2015 – papers.nips.cc … 1 Introduction Combining image understanding and natural language interaction is one of the grand dreams of artificial intelligence. We are interested in the problem of jointly learning image and text through a question-answering task. … Cited by 71 Related articles All 10 versions

Semantic analysis-enhanced natural language interaction in ubiquitous learning D Wen, Y Gao, G Yang – Ubiquitous Learning Environments and …, 2015 – Springer Abstract Natural language interaction (NLI) is vital and ubiquitous by nature in education environments. It will keep playing key roles in ubiquitous learning and even show stronger presence there. NLI may happen ubiquitously, with many varied forms of texts, bigger textual Cited by 1 Related articles All 3 versions

A review of verbal and non-verbal human–robot interactive communication N Mavridis – Robotics and Autonomous Systems, 2015 – Elsevier In this paper, an overview of human–robot interactive communication is presented, covering verbal as well as non-verbal aspects. Following a historical introd. Cited by 30 Related articles All 8 versions

Wizard of Oz experimentation for language technology applications: Challenges and tools S Schlögl, G Doherty, S Luz – Interacting with Computers, 2015 – iwc.oxfordjournals.org … of these being recent. While early applications of WOZ mainly focused on simulating natural language interaction based on pure text or speech, we do see a shift towards multi-modality in recent years. However, even within … Cited by 6 Related articles All 6 versions

Creativity evaluation in a cognitive architecture A Augello, I Infantino, G Pilato, R Rizzo… – Biologically Inspired …, 2015 – Elsevier … 2. This parameter is changed through an evaluation process which is carried out by means of a natural language interaction between the creative agent and the audience, and it is also influenced by internal evaluation mechanisms. … Cited by 7 Related articles

A domain-independent model of openworld reference resolution T Williams, M Scheutz – … of the 37th annual meeting of the …, 2015 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org … Williams, T., Briggs, G., Oosterveld, B., & Scheutz, M. (2015). Going beyond command-based instructions: Extending robotic natural language interaction capabil- ities. In Proceedings of twenty-ninth aaai conference on artificial intelligence. … Cited by 4 Related articles All 3 versions

A novel approach based on commonsense knowledge representation and reasoning in open world for intelligent ambient assisted living services N Ayari, A Chibani, Y Amirat… – Intelligent Robots and …, 2015 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … refrigerator is missing, remind an elderly person to take medicine, etc. The second kind of service involves a natural language interaction between the assisted person and the system. Such a service aims to help a person to know … Cited by 3 Related articles All 2 versions

POWER: A domain-independent algorithm for probabilistic, open-world entity resolution T Williams, M Scheutz – … and Systems (IROS), 2015 IEEE/RSJ …, 2015 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … beyond simple locations. Moreover, POWER is not limited to resolving references in robotic domains; it could just as easily be applied to any intelligent agent capable of natural language interaction. However, whether POWER … Cited by 5 Related articles All 4 versions

Collaborating with Autonomous Agents S Trek, M Mirror, AC Trujillo, CD Cross, H Fan… – 2015 – arc.aiaa.org … may be cumbersome with the traditional GCS. 4 of 9 American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Page 5. III. Approach: Natural Language Interaction to Facilitate Teaming In addition to increasing the autonomy on the … Cited by 5 Related articles All 2 versions

Observing, Coaching and Reflecting: A Multi-modal Natural Language-based Dialogue System in a Learning Context JVAN HELVERT, PVAN ROSMALEN… – … Proceedings of the …, 2015 – books.google.com … observer/audience and coach. In addition, it offers the option of a virtual debate partner able to employ natural language interaction and different styles of delivery (eg aggressive, conciliatory etc.). Page 236. J. Van Helvert et … Cited by 3 Related articles All 8 versions

Real conversations with artificial intelligence: A comparison between human–human online conversations and human–chatbot conversations J Hill, WR Ford, IG Farreras – Computers in Human Behavior, 2015 – Elsevier … Nonetheless, decades later, we can find an abundance of natural language interaction with intelligent agents on the internet, from airline reservation systems to merchandise catalogs, suggesting that humans have little or no difficulty transferring their language skills to such … Cited by 5 Related articles All 7 versions

Students´ language in computer-assisted tutoring of mathematical proofs MA Wolska – 2015 – universaar.uni-saarland.de Page 1. Saarbrücken Dissertations | Volume 40 | in Language Science and Technology Students’ language in computer-assisted tutoring of mathematical proofs Magdalena A. Wolska M . A . W o lsk a S tu d e n ts’ la n g u a g e in co m p u te ra ssiste … Cited by 4 Related articles

[BOOK] Design Recommendations for Intelligent Tutoring Systems: Authoring Tools and Expert Modeling Techniques R Sottilare, A Graesser, X Hu, K Brawner – 2015 – books.google.com … animations, agents). In addition to the conventional human-computer interface features, some recent systems have incorporated natural language interaction (Graesser et al., 2012; Johnson & Valente, 2008), iii Page 12. iv speech … Cited by 6 Related articles

On the importance of subtext in recommender systems P Grasch, A Felfernig – icom, 2015 – degruyter.com … In [31], Shimazu presents the recommender system “ExpertClerk”, that uses written natural language interaction to ask domain questions until the product set has been sufficiently constrained, at which point three sample products are proposed and the user can navigate further … Cited by 2 Related articles All 4 versions

Towards situated open world reference resolution T Williams, S Schreitter, S Acharya… – AAAI Fall Symposium on …, 2015 – hrilab.tufts.edu Page 1. Towards Situated Open World Reference Resolution Tom Williams Saurav Acharya Matthias Scheutz Human-Robot Interaction Laboratory Tufts University, Medford, MA, USA {williams,sachar01,mscheutz}@cs.tufts.edu Stephanie Schreitter … Cited by 2 Related articles All 3 versions

Deeper learning with advances in discourse science and technology AC Graesser – Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain …, 2015 – bbs.sagepub.com … Discourse scientists have attempted to identify how deeper learning is achieved in human tutoring (Graesser, Person, & Magliano, 1995) as well as these pedagogical agents with natural language interaction (VanLehn, 2011; VanLehn et al., 2007). … Cited by 3 Related articles

Classifying student dialogue acts with multimodal learning analytics A Ezen-Can, JF Grafsgaard, JC Lester… – Proceedings of the Fifth …, 2015 – dl.acm.org … for a broad range of goals includ- ing assessing students’ science competency [26], identifying exploratory dialogue [16], identifying idea distribution [10] and relating student posts to knowledge creation [8]. For this paper’s goal of improving natural language interaction in a … Cited by 4 Related articles All 6 versions

Towards morally sensitive action selection for autonomous social robots M Scheutz, B Malle, G Briggs – Robot and Human Interactive …, 2015 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … chores around the house while also keeping the elderly person company. The robot has natural language interaction capabilities to be able to take verbal instructions. And while the robot can also hold short limited conversations … Cited by 3 Related articles All 3 versions

Toward more natural human-robot dialogue T Williams – Proceedings of the Tenth Annual ACM/IEEE …, 2015 – dl.acm.org … [7] T. Williams, G. Briggs, B. Oosterveld, and M. Scheutz. Going beyond command-based instructions: Extending robotic natural language interaction capabilities. In Proceedings of Twenty-Ninth AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 2015. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 5 versions

Choosing to Interact: Exploring the Relationship between Learner Personality, Attitudes, and Tutorial Dialogue Participation. A Ezen-Can, KE Boyer – International Educational Data Mining Society, 2015 – ERIC … We hypothesized that students’ personality profile, for example their tendencies toward extraversion or openness, would be sig- nificantly associated with the level of natural language interaction observed within a tutorial dialogue system. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 5 versions

Language-Based Sensing Descriptors for Robot Object Grounding G Gemignani, M Veloso, D Nardi – Robot Soccer World Cup, 2015 – Springer … 3 Approach. In this section, first we motivate and introduce the concept of sensing descriptors. Next, we present our approach for human-robot natural language interaction based on such a concept. … 3.2 Human-Robot Natural Language Interaction. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 6 versions

Robotic learning of haptic adjectives through physical interaction V Chu, I McMahon, L Riano, CG McDonald… – Robotics and …, 2015 – Elsevier To perform useful tasks in everyday human environments, robots must be able to both understand and communicate the sensations they experience during haptic inte. Cited by 6 Related articles All 4 versions

Natural Notation for the Domestic Internet of Things C Perera, S Aghaee, A Blackwell – International Symposium on End User …, 2015 – Springer … between entities (hidden dependencies). The sticky note offers an opportunity to study natural language interaction in a written context which is routinely augmented with visual cues. 4 Structure of the Study We designed six … Cited by 1 Related articles All 7 versions

[BOOK] Ubiquitous Learning Environments and Technologies R Huang – 2015 – Springer … 99 Nian-Shing Chen, I-Chun Hung and Wei-Chieh Fang 7 Semantic Analysis-Enhanced Natural Language Interaction in Ubiquitous Learning….. 119 Dunwei Wen, Yan Gao and Guangbing Yang 8 Big Data Learning Analytics: A New Perpsective….. … Cited by 2 Related articles All 6 versions

Using Wearable and Contextual Computing to Optimize Field Engineering Work Practices RS Silva Filho, CL Huang, A Tewari, J Jobin… – … Conference on Human …, 2015 – Springer … industrial workers’ needs. For example, using virtual reality glasses and natural language interaction, workers can readily access information about their tasks at hand, the machines nearby, and people located at a distance. This is … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions

Approaching qualitative spatial reasoning about distances and directions in robotics G Gemignani, R Capobianco, D Nardi – Congress of the Italian Association …, 2015 – Springer … 1). The conventional numeric approach used in robotics is in fact deeply different from natural language interaction between people. … Fig. 1: User interacting with a robot through natural language interaction. The key contributions of our work are the following. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 5 versions

Survey on chatbot design techniques in speech conversation systems SA Abdul-Kader, J Woods – Int. J. Adv. Comput. Sci. Appl.(IJACSA), 2015 – Citeseer … 2007 UltraHAL Robert Medeksza Scripts of pattern matching and VB code combination. 2008 Elbot Fred Roberts Commercial Natural Language Interaction system. 2009 Do-Much-More David Levy Intelligent Toys Commercial Property. … Cited by 2 Related articles All 2 versions

Gibberish speech as a tool for the study of affective expressiveness for robotic agents S Yilmazyildiz, W Verhelst, H Sahli – Multimedia Tools and Applications, 2015 – Springer … In the vocal channel, Natural Language Interaction technologies today have some limitations when used in real-world natural environments and the models of expressivity of text to speech synthesis engines are not yet mature enough. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 3 versions

Multi-Language Hypotheses Ranking And Domain Tracking for Open Domain Dialogue Systems PA Crook, JP Robichaud… – … Annual Conference of …, 2015 – research.microsoft.com … Introduction As natural language interaction, both spoken and typed, be- comes mainstream across a range of devices, scaling the same applications and experiences to different locales and languages remains as a critical challenge. … Cited by 2 Related articles All 2 versions

First steps in chat-based negotiating agents I Zuckerman, E Segal-Halevi, A Rosenfeld… – Next Frontier in Agent- …, 2015 – Springer … This form of typing as natural interaction is referred to as Natural-language interaction (NLI) in the literature. There have been numerous informal tests of NLI systems, but few controlled experimental comparisons against some other design [25]. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 4 versions

[BOOK] Usability And Human–Computer Interaction: A Concise Study SA Kelkar – 2015 – books.google.com … Technology JSD Jackson Structured Diagrams LAN Local Area Network Localization Industry Standards Association Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Media Player 3 milli seconds Natural Language Natural Language Instruction Natural Language Interaction Natural Language Text … Cited by 1 Related articles

One-Size-Fits-Some: ITS genres and what they (should) tell us about authoring tools B Bell – Design Recommendations for Intelligent Tutoring …, 2015 – books.google.com … Discourse-Based Learning The prevalent metaphor for driving second-person interfaces is discourse. Improved capabilities for natural language interaction have enabled more conversational forms of this kind of interaction. … Cited by 2 Related articles All 3 versions

On task recognition and generalization in long-term robot teaching G Gemignani, SD Klee, M Veloso, D Nardi – Proceedings of the 2015 …, 2015 – dl.acm.org … factory automation, especially in environments with people. We use the Instruction Graph [3] framework to teach tasks to both robots through natural language interaction. This framework represents hierarchical tasks with condition … Cited by 1 Related articles All 11 versions

Commercial Chatbot: Performance Evaluation, Usability Metrics and Quality Standards of Embodied Conversational Agents K Kuligowska – Professionals Center for Business Research, 2015 – papers.ssrn.com Page 1. Electronic copy available at: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2569637 • • • This article is published under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 Author(s) retain the copyright of this article. Publication rights with Alkhaer Publications. … Cited by 1 Related articles

Pedagogical Agents in 3D Learning Environments T Terzidou, T Tsiatsos – Encyclopedia of Information Science and …, 2015 – igi-global.com … Building a Social Conver- sational Pedagogical Agent: Design Challenges and Methodological approaches. Conversational agents and Natural Language Interaction Techniques and Effective Practices (pp. 128–155). Hershey, PA: IGI Global. … Cited by 2 Related articles All 3 versions

How? Why? What? Where? When? Who? Grounding Ontology in the Actions of a Situated Social Agent S Lallee, PFMJ Verschure – Robotics, 2015 – mdpi.com Robotic agents are spreading, incarnated as embodied entities, exploring the tangible world and interacting with us, or as virtual agents crawling over the web, parsing and generating data. In both cases, they require: (i) processes to acquire information; (ii) structures to model and … Cited by 1 Related articles All 7 versions

Design of a Domain-Independent, Interactive, Dialogue-based Tutor for Use within the GIFT Framework E Kelsey, F Ray, D Brown, R Robson – … Intelligent Framework for …, 2015 – gifttutoring.org … Results to-date show that these tutoring systems are more effective at improving learning outcomes than those that do not incorporate natural language interaction (Graesser, Conley, & Olney, 2012; Rus, D’Mello, Hu & Graesser, 2013). … Cited by 1 Related articles All 3 versions

Development of Automatic Speech Recognition Techniques for Elderly Home Support: Applications and Challenges M Vacher, F Aman, S Rossato, F Portet – … on Human Aspects of IT for the …, 2015 – Springer … PIR)[ 13 ] or on video analysis [ 19 ] are very popular, however they can not be used for interaction purpose unless they are completed by a tactile device (smart phone), while Vocal-User Interface (VUI) may be well adapted because a natural language interaction is relatively … Cited by 1 Related articles All 9 versions

Authoring Networked Learner Models in Complex Domains DW Shaffer, AR Ruis, AC Graesser – … for Intelligent Tutoring …, 2015 – researchgate.net … But many problems with which innovative professionals engage are ill formed, requiring the kinds of complex thinking that is beyond the capacities of most systems to teach, unless the system has the capacity for natural language interaction and a statistical representation of … Cited by 2 Related articles All 2 versions

Grounding of actions based on verbalized physical effects and manipulation primitives M Spangenberg, D Henrich – Intelligent Robots and Systems ( …, 2015 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Page 1. Grounding of actions based on verbalized physical effects and manipulation primitives Michael Spangenberg and Dominik Henrich Chair for Applied Computer Science III Robotics and Embedded Systems University … Cited by 3 Related articles All 2 versions

Increased understanding and empathy through intercultural training? The Case of Alelo’s Virtual Cultural Awareness Trainer for military personnel K Zotzmann – cultural essentialism in intercultural relations, 2015 – Springer Page 1. 178 8 Increased Understanding and Empathy through Intercultural Training? The Case of Alelo’s Virtual Cultural Awareness Trainer for Military Personnel Karin Zotzmann Discourses about interculturality do not merely … Cited by 3 Related articles All 4 versions

Design Rationale for Natural Language Game Conversations. J Lessard – FDG, 2015 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org … This short paper presents the game design rationale behind LabLabLab’s research project to re- explore the potential of natural language interaction in the context of goal-driven conversations with NPCs. With the support of …

Natural language interaction with semantic web ontologies G Lampouras – 2015 – nlp.cs.aueb.gr Abstract The Semantic Web is an effort to establish standards and mechanisms that will allow computers to reason more easily about the semantics of the Web resources (documents, data etc.). Ontologies play a central role in this endeavor. An ontology provides Related articles All 10 versions

SOCRATES 2.0: Bridging the gap between researchers and social media data through natural language interactions D Choi, Z Matni, C Shah – Proceedings of the Association for …, 2015 – Wiley Online Library … image Figure 1. Natural Language Interaction Layer on top of Main Components. Download figure to PowerPoint. … Download figure to PowerPoint. EXAMPLE OF THE USE OF THE NATURAL LANGUAGE INTERACTION FEATURE. … Related articles All 2 versions

DataTone: Managing Ambiguity in Natural Language Interfaces for Data Visualization T Gao, M Dontcheva, E Adar, Z Liu… – Proceedings of the 28th …, 2015 – dl.acm.org … Natural language interaction allows users to ask questions di rectly in complex programs without having to learn how to use an interface. However, natural language is often ambigu ous. … Author Keywords natural language interaction; visualization; mixed-initiative interfaces … Cited by 4 Related articles All 9 versions

Dialogue-based CALL: an overview of existing research S Bibauw, T François, P Desmet – Critical CALL–Proceedings of …, 2015 – books.google.com … morganclaypool. com/doi/abs/10.2200/ S00204ED1V01Y200910HLT005 Klüwer, T.(2011). From chatbots to dialog systems. In D. Perez-Marin & I. Pascual-Nieto (Eds.), Conversational agents and natural language interaction: Techniques and Effective Practices (pp. 1-22). … Related articles All 6 versions

The NL2KR platform for building natural language translation systems NH Vo, A Mitra, C Baral – Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL …, 2015 – aclweb.org … performance on both of them. 1 Introduction and Related Work For natural language interaction with systems one needs to translate natural language text to the input language of that system. Since different systems (such as … Cited by 2 Related articles All 6 versions

Situated Learning and Understanding of Natural Language Y Artzi – 2015 – digital.lib.washington.edu … conversations between users and an automated dialog system (Chapter 4). Such systems allow users to perform pre- specified tasks, such as scheduling, through natural language interaction. For example, Figure 1.2 shows … Related articles All 4 versions

Multi-purpose natural language understanding linked to sensorimotor experience in humanoid robots E Ovchinnikova, M Wachter… – … ), 2015 IEEE-RAS …, 2015 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Page 1. Multi-Purpose Natural Language Understanding Linked to Sensorimotor Experience in Humanoid Robots Ekaterina Ovchinnikova, Mirko Wächter, Valerij Wittenbeck, Tamim Asfour 1 Abstract—Humans have an amazing ability to bootstrap new knowledge. … Cited by 3 Related articles All 4 versions

The NL2KR Platform for building Natural Language Translation Systems V Nguyen, A Mitra, C Baral – pdfs.semanticscholar.org … performance on both of them. 1 Introduction and Related Work For natural language interaction with systems one needs to translate natural language text to the input language of that system. Since different systems (such as … Related articles All 4 versions

Natural Language Interface Technology In Computer Games: An Evaluation Of Natural Language Parsers In Computer Games D Malmhake, H Karlsson – 2015 – diva-portal.org … Sali, Serdar, Ronald Liu, Noah WardripFruin, Michael Mateas, and Sri Kurniawan. “Getting a Word in: Adding Artificial Pauses to Natural Language Interaction.” In Proceedings of the International Conference on the Foundations of Digital Games, 57–64. Raleigh, North …

Event Verification Through Voice Process Using Android K Divya, J Pratibha – 2015 – ijesr.org … [5] Santos-Perez M, Gonzalez-Parada E, Cano-Garc?a JM. Efficient Use of Voice Activity Detector and Automatic Speech Recognition in Embedded Platforms for Natural Language Interaction. … Embedded Conversational Engine for Natural Language Interaction in Spanish. … Related articles All 2 versions

Interactive Learning through Dialogue for Multimodal Language Grounding Y Yu, O Lemon, A Eshghi – SEMDIAL 2015 goDIAL, 2015 – flov.gu.se Page 221. Interactive Learning through Dialogue for Multimodal Language Grounding Yanchao Yu Interaction Lab Heriot-Watt University Edinburgh, UK yy147@ hw. ac. uk Oliver Lemon Interaction Lab Heriot-Watt University Edinburgh, UK o. lemon@ hw. ac. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 5 versions

Natural Language Direction Following for Robots in Unstructured Unknown Environments F Duvallet – 2015 – repository.cmu.edu Page 1. Carnegie Mellon University Research Showcase @ CMU Dissertations Theses and Dissertations Winter 1-2015 Natural Language Direction Following for Robots in Unstructured Unknown Environments Felix Duvallet Carnegie Mellon University … Related articles All 4 versions

Introduction to Intellectual Conversational Agents K Panesar – Epicurious, 2015 – bradfordcollege.ac.uk … 31-49. Kluwer, T.(2011) From Chatbots to Dialog Systems. In: Perez-Marin, D. and Pascual-Nieto, I.(Eds.): Conversational Agents and Natural Language Interaction. USA, Information Science Reference, pp. 1-19 Lester, J., Branting, K. and Mott, B.(2004) Conversational Agents. … Related articles All 2 versions

Usability evaluation of Alux Bot (chatbot) with primary school children C Miranda-Palma, M Canche-Euán, E Llanes-Castro – ijarce.com … keywords that we type. These programs are often used where natural language interaction facilitates user- system communication [3]. Today chatbots are being used in many areas such as the area of health. This can be seen … Related articles All 2 versions

Answering N-Relation Natural Language Questions in the Commercial Domain E Cabrio, CF Zucker, F Gandon, A Hallili… – 2015 IEEE/WIC/ACM …, 2015 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … means of natural selection. MIT Press, 1993. [7] E. Cabrio, J. Cojan, A. Palmero Aprosio, and F. Gandon, “Natural language interaction with the web of data by mining its textual side,” Intelligenza Artificiale, vol. 6, no. 2, 2012. 172 Related articles All 3 versions

Overselling: Is Appearance or Behavior More Problematic? G Briggs – openroboethics.org … To some extent, we do not find these results terribly sur- prising. Linguistic communication is a hallmark of human intelligence, and engaging in a natural language interaction with a robotic agent is strong evidence for some degree of cognitive capacity. … Related articles

International Journal Of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology Comparitive Study Of Various Distance Measures For … A Prakash, DM Urs, S Lahari, HS Preetish… – d.researchbib.com … acceptable bounds. No systems allow unconstrained natural language interaction, and it’s important to note that most human-human transactions over the phone do not permit unconstrained natural language either. Typically … Related articles All 4 versions

Mobile spoken dialogue system using parser dependencies and ontology MS Yakoub, SA Selouani, R Nkambou – International Journal of Speech …, 2015 – Springer … Pérez et al. (2006) use an ontology as the external knowledge resource for a DM, focusing on reusability. A real ontology is described and developed for the in-home domain. The work presented by Mazuel (2007) focuses on natural language interaction for artificial agents. … Related articles All 3 versions

Speech recognition system for Handheld devices KV Ramakrishnan – 2015 – ir.inflibnet.ac.in … An early attempt, namely the Air Travel Information System (ATIS), was made in embedding speech recognition in a stylized semantic structure to mimic a natural language interaction between human and a machine. A typical semantic template or network is shown in Figure 2.2. … All 2 versions

Are We There Yet? Spatial Cognitive Engineering for Situated Human-Computer Interaction KF Richter, M Tomko, A Cöltekin – geographicknowledge.de … natural a way as pos- sible. Coming back to the scenario of the self driving car, it will require a model of user context to understand informal natural language interaction, such as destination Page 6. descriptions (eg, “Take me to … Cited by 2 Related articles All 2 versions

Emerging Communication Systems: Interaction for Language Evolution and Transmission AM Micklos, JH Schumann, GA Bryant… – 2015 – escholarship.org Page 1. … Related articles All 3 versions

Exploring Intent-driven Multimodal Interface for Geographical Information System F Sun – Proceedings of the 2015 ACM on International …, 2015 – dl.acm.org … In their de- sign, the conventional WIMP interface is replaced with one that supports free-hand gestures and natural language interaction. A knowledge-based dialogue management system is used for storing and retrieving geospatial data. … Related articles

Covert Robot-Robot Communication: Human Perceptions and Implications for HRI T Williams, P Briggs, M Scheutz – Journal of Human-Robot Interaction, 2015 – hri-journal.org … As shown in Table 5, humans viewed the robot they spent more time interacting with as more happy, helpful, attentive, capable, conscious, efficient, cooperative, responsive, and person-like than the other robot, suggesting that increased natural language interaction with a robot … Related articles All 6 versions

Description of the PatientGenesys Dialogue System LCDBE Bilinski, AL Ligozat, PZS Rosset… – 16th Annual Meeting of …, 2015 – aclweb.org … 2011. Embodied con- versational virtual patients. Conversational Agents and Natural Language Interaction: Techniques and Effective Practices. Information Science Reference, pages 254–281. V. López Salazar, EM Eisman Cabeza, JL Castro Pena, and JM Zurita López. 2012. … Related articles All 10 versions

Human-Humanoid Interaction by Verbal Dialogue CR BOTHE – 2015 – informatik.uni-hamburg.de … In the next few years, the natural language interaction seems to find a lot of interest to develop a user-friendly spoken technologies. … Natural language interaction with robots, if anything, is an interface. It’s a form of user experience that requires design, Mark Stephen (2015), [16]. … Related articles

Smart EDIFICE—Smart EveryDay interoperating future devICEs D Ventura, S Monteleone, G La Torre… – … and Systems (CTS), …, 2015 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Page 1. Smart EDIFICE – Smart EveryDay Interoperating Future devICEs Daniela Ventura, Salvatore Monteleone, Giuseppe La Torre, Gaetano C. La Delfa and Vincenzo Catania Department of Electrical, Electronics and Computer … Related articles All 2 versions

Measuring the differences between human-human and human-machine dialogs D Griol, J Molina – 2015 – gredos.usal.es Page 1. D. Griol and JM Molina Measuring the differences between human-human and human-machine dialogs Measuring the differences between human-human and human-machine dialogs David Griol and José Manuel …

Dialogue Management based on Multi-domain Corpus W Ge, B Xu – 16th Annual Meeting of the Special Interest …, 2015 – anthology.aclweb.org … (Daniele, 2013) describes an architecture for a di- alogue management system to be employed in se- rious games for natural language interaction with non-player characters.(Young et al., 2013) pro- vides an overview of the current state of the art in the development of POMDP … Cited by 1 Related articles All 9 versions

A multimodal adaptive dialogue manager for depressive and anxiety disorder screening: a Wizard-of-Oz experiment K Tsiakas, L Watts, C Lutterodt… – Proceedings of the 8th …, 2015 – dl.acm.org … In a future implementation, we plan to modify the dialogue form using natural language interaction instead of a questionnaire-based dialogue. Moreover, we plan to make the avatar an affective agent able to simulate emotions for a more natural and human-alike interaction. … Related articles All 3 versions

From Complex Event Processing to Cognitive Event Processing: Approaches, Challenges, and Opportunities J Yang, M Ma, P Wang, L Liu – … and 2015 IEEE 12th Intl Conf on …, 2015 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … With the help of CEP, applications can support end-user to solve problems or response to situations. However, CEP systems have the deficiencies in its semantic comprehension, natural language interaction, iterative information processing and self-learning ability. …

Interaction Design Principles as Narrative Techniques for Interactive Digital Storytelling U Spierling – Interactive Digital Narrative: History, Theory and …, 2015 – books.google.com … actions. When technical interface constraints are loosened (for example, by allowing natural language interaction or free gestures), affordances and feedback are important design aspects (Norman, 2010) for guiding users. 2.3 … Related articles All 2 versions

Example-based dialog modeling for a mobile system T Cunha – researchgate.net … Chatterbot applications are based on a Natural Language Interface (NLI) [2]. The natural language interaction system is where the user request is processed. The users input is often processed through the use of deep linguistic analysis. … Related articles

Learning And Using Language, FrOm The INsIde OuT C Chambers – CONTACT – psych.ualberta.ca … Intonational patterns, and even the unconscious gestures and um’s and uh’s that occur in natural language interaction are among the cues that can play a helpful role. To conclude, using language in context has always been understood as solid educational practice. … Related articles All 2 versions

Virtual Standardized Patients for Assessing the Competencies of Psychologists TD Parsons – 2015 – psychology.unt.edu … Kenny, P., & Parsons, TD (2011). Embodied Conver- sational Virtual Human Patients. In C. Perez-Marin, & I. Pascual-Nieto (Eds.), Conversational Agents and Natural Language Interaction: Techniques and Effec- tive Practices (pp. 254–281). Hershey: IGI Global. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 6 versions

On the Trail of Facial Processing in Autism Spectrum Disorders D Arellano, UM Schaller, R Rauh, V Helzle… – … on Intelligent Virtual …, 2015 – Springer … Milne, MK, Luerssen, MH, Lewis, TW, Leibbrandt, RE, Powers, DM: Designing and evaluating interactive agents as social skills tutors for children with autism spectrum disorder. In: Conversational Agents and Natural Language Interaction: Techniques and Effective Practices, … Cited by 1 Related articles All 3 versions

Hypotheses Ranking and State Tracking for a Multi-Domain Dialog System Using Multiple ASR Alternates OZ Khan, JP Robichaud, P Crook… – … Conference of the …, 2015 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org … These assistants typically involve the use of speech for natural language interaction to accomplish various tasks such as controlling the various device functions (eg, alarm, calendar, note, communication, device management) as well as gaining information related to various … Cited by 2 Related articles All 3 versions

Experimental development of a focalization mechanism in an integrated narrative generation system T Akimoto, T Ogata – Journal of Artificial Intelligence and Soft …, 2015 – degruyter.com … Montfort [15] developed an interactive fic- tion system in which the progression of a story can be managed through natural language interaction with the user. This exchange contains a function to produce variations within the discourse. … Cited by 4 Related articles All 2 versions

Question answering over biomedical linked data with grammatical framework A Marginean – Semantic Web, 2015 – content.iospress.com … 6. [[6]] M. Damova, D. Dannélls, R. Enache, M. Mateva and A. Ranta, Multilingual natural language interaction with semantic web knowledge bases and Linked Open Data, in: Towards the Multilingual Semantic Web: Principles, Methods and Applications, P. Buitelaar and P … Cited by 1 Related articles All 5 versions

Grammar Engineering for a Customer: a Case Study with Five Languages A Ranta, C Unger, DV Hussey – ACL-IJCNLP 2015, 2015 – aclweb.org … Mariana Damova, Dana Dannélls, Ramona Enache, Maria Mateva, and Aarne Ranta. 2014. Multi- lingual natural language interaction with semantic web knowledge bases and linked open data. In To- wards the Multilingual Semantic Web, pages 211– 226. … Related articles All 7 versions

Clinical Practice Ontology Automatic Learning from SOAP Reports D Mendes, IP Rodrigues, CF Baeta – Handbook of Research on …, 2015 – books.google.com … Our pragmatic approach rests on the evidence that to overcome the KAB the tools available to the public in general have to be supportive in nature like: • being based in natural language interaction, • responsive in order to be accepted has a working tool and • scientifically … All 5 versions

Integration of the four skills of the English language and its influence on the performance of second grado high school students M Bastías, E Elena, S Muñoz, M Lorena, R Sepúlveda… – 2015 – repobib.ubiobio.cl … In other words, since the communicative language is considered as a whole, then the teaching of it should be integral as well, because that would facilitate the students? natural language interaction. Applying this approach brings advantages to the students, as being exposed … Related articles

Chinese in the Grammatical Framework: Grammar, Translation, and Other Applications A Ranta, Y Tian, Q Haiyan – ACL-IJCNLP 2015, 2015 – aclweb.org … Mariana Damova, Dana Dannélls, Ramona Enache, Maria Mateva, and Aarne Ranta. 2014. Multi- lingual natural language interaction with semantic web knowledge bases and linked open data. In To- wards the Multilingual Semantic Web, pages 211– 226. … Related articles All 7 versions

The SARA Project: An Interactive Sandbox for Research on Autism D Arellano, V Helzle, UM Schaller, R Rauh… – Proceedings of the XVI …, 2015 – dl.acm.org … Designing and evaluating interactive agents as social skills tutors for children with autism spectrum disorder. Conversational Agents and Natural Language Interaction: Techniques and Effective Practices, pages 23–48, 2011. [10] R. Rauh and U. Schaller. … Related articles All 6 versions

A computational model of argumentation in agreement negotiation processes M Koit, H Õim – Argument & Computation, 2015 – Taylor & Francis … Levin, JA, & Moore, JA (1978). Dialogue-games: Metacommunications structures for natural language interaction. Cognitive Science, 1(4), 395–420. doi: 10.1207/s15516709cog0104_2 [CrossRef] View all references; McBurney & Parsons, 200934. … Cited by 3 Related articles All 3 versions

Tutorial dialogues and gist explanations of genetic breast cancer risk CL Widmer, CR Wolfe, VF Reyna… – Behavior research …, 2015 – Springer … AutoTutor’s successful natural-language interaction style of expectation and misconception tailored dialogue (Graesser, Chipman, et al., 2005; Graesser, Person, & Magliano, 1995) uses scripts that include a set of expectations as well as misconceptions learners are likely to … Cited by 6 Related articles All 5 versions

The world through Glass: developing novel methods with wearable computing for urban videographic research M Paterson, MR Glass – Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 2015 – Taylor & Francis Cited by 6 Related articles All 5 versions

[BOOK] Human–Computer Interaction: Fundamentals and Practice GJ Kim – 2015 – books.google.com Page 1. Human–Computer Interaction Fundamentals and Practice Gerard Jounghyun Kim Page 2. Page 3. Human–Computer Interaction Fundamentals and Practice Page 4. Page 5. Human–Computer Interaction Fundamentals and Practice Gerard Jounghyun Kim Page 6. … Cited by 8 Related articles

Constraint-Based Recommender Systems A Felfernig, G Friedrich, D Jannach… – Recommender Systems …, 2015 – Springer … Conversational recommendation dialogs: the recommender system incrementally acquires the user’s preferences in an interactive dialog, based on, for example, “critiquing” [8], “wizard-like” and form-based preference elicitation dialogs [42], natural-language interaction [34, 71 … Cited by 4 Related articles All 3 versions

Implicit and natural HCI in AmI: Ambient and multimodal user interfaces, intelligent agents, intelligent behavior, and mental and physical invisibility SE Bibri – The Human Face of Ambient Intelligence, 2015 – Springer Page 1. Chapter 6 Implicit and Natural HCI in AmI: Ambient and Multimodal User Interfaces, Intelligent Agents, Intelligent Behavior, and Mental and Physical Invisibility 6.1 Introduction As a new paradigm in ICT, AmI is heralding … Cited by 1 Related articles

Virtual Affective Agents and Therapeutic Games E Hudlicka – Artificial Intelligence in Behavioral and Mental …, 2015 – books.google.com Page 96. CHAPTER 4 Virtual Affective Agents and Therapeutic Games Eva Hudlicka Psychometrix Associates, Inc. and School of Computer Science, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, USA INTRODUCTION The past … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions

Object Codetection from Mobile Robot Video SA Bronikowski, DP Barrett, JM Siskind – engineering.purdue.edu … These learned word meanings support two kinds of subsequent natural-language interaction with the robot: generation of new sentential descriptions of new driven paths and automatically driving the robot to achieve navigational goals specified in natural-language instructions. … Related articles All 2 versions

CrowdIntent: annotation of intentions hidden in online discussions I Morales-Ramirez, D Papadimitriou… – Proceedings of the Second …, 2015 – dl.acm.org … [Online]. Available: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-02050-6 21 [2] N. Novielli and C. Strapparava, “Dialogue act classification exploiting lexical semantics,” in Conversational Agents and Natural Language Interaction: Techniques and Effective Practices. IGI Global, 2011, pp. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 3 versions

The Development of Companion Guides to Enhance Reading Comprehension of Spanish-speaking English Learners (ELs) in Grade 6 who Use English Language … EA Naetzker – 2015 – dspace.sunyconnect.suny.edu … social interaction in natural socio-cultural settings, therefore, the learning activities presented in the SIOP Model are designed to support and facilitate natural language interaction between students, as well as between students and teachers. … Related articles All 2 versions

Evaluation of a context-aware voice interface for ambient assisted living: qualitative user study vs. quantitative system evaluation M Vacher, S Caffiau, F Portet, B Meillon… – ACM Transactions on …, 2015 – dl.acm.org … Currently, one of the best interfaces is the Voice–User Interface (VUI), whose technology is mature and that provides natural language interaction so that the user does not need to learn complex computing procedures [Portet et al. 2013]. … Cited by 12 Related articles All 7 versions

A survey of available corpora for building data-driven dialogue systems IV Serban, R Lowe, L Charlin, J Pineau – arXiv preprint arXiv:1512.05742, 2015 – arxiv.org Page 1. A Survey of Available Corpora For Building Data-Driven Dialogue Systems Iulian Vlad Serban 1IULIAN.VLAD.SERBANl AT UMONTREAL DOT CA DIRO, Université de Montréal 2920 chemin de la Tour, Montréal, QC H3C 3J7, Canada Ryan Lowe … Cited by 12 Related articles All 2 versions

[BOOK] Speech and Language Technology for Language Disorders K Beals, D Dahl, R Fink, M Linebarger – 2015 – books.google.com Page 1. Katharine Beals, Deborah Dahl, Ruth Fink and Marcia Linebarger Speech and Language Technology for Language Disorders Page 2. Speech Technology and Text Mining in Medicine and Health Care Series Editor … Related articles All 2 versions

Applying Clustering Approach to Analyze Reflective Dialogues and Students’ Problem Solving Ability SA Sardareh, S Aghabozorgi, A Dutt – Indian Journal of Science and …, 2015 – indjst.org Page 1. Abstract In the context of one-on-one instruction, reflective dialogues help students advance their learning and improve their problem solving ability. The effectiveness of one-on-one instruction with respect to learning … Cited by 2 Related articles All 3 versions

Flat-Panel CT and the Future of OR Imaging and Navigation I Schwabenland, D Sunderbrink, G Nollert… – … and Visualization in The …, 2015 – Springer … New speech-based user interfaces like Siri took away the artificiality and provided a natural language interaction, but ambiguity and robustness in an OR are still concerns. In sum, many user interfaces mimic real-world and human interaction. … Related articles All 3 versions

Overcoming challenges of semantic question answering in the semantic web K Höffner, S Walter, E Marx, J Lehmann… – Semantic Web … – semantic-web-journal.net Page 1. Undefined 0 (2015) 1–0 1 IOS Press Overcoming Challenges of Semantic Question Answering in the Semantic Web Konrad Höffner a, Sebastian Walter b, Edgard Marx a, Jens Lehmann a, Axel-Cyrille Ngonga Ngomo … Related articles

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From Learning Companions to Testing Companions B Sjödén, A Gulz – International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in …, 2015 – Springer … and methodological approaches. In: Perez-Marin, D., Pascual-Nieto, I. (eds.) Conversational Agents and Natural Language Interaction: Techniques and Effective Practices, pp. 128–155. IGI Global, Hershey (2011) 14. Gulz, A … Cited by 1 Related articles All 5 versions

[BOOK] The Talking Heads experiment: Origins of words and meanings L Steels – 2015 – books.google.com Page 1. The Talking Heads Experiment Origins of words and meanings Luc Steels Computational Models of Language Evolution 1 languagesciencepress Page 2. The Talking Heads experiment Origins of words and meanings … Cited by 8 Related articles All 4 versions

Promoting academically productive talk with conversational agent interventions in collaborative learning settings S Tegos, S Demetriadis, A Karakostas – Computers & Education, 2015 – Elsevier Research on computer-supported collaborative learning (CSCL) and conversational pedagogical agents has strongly emphasized the value of providing dynamic dialog. Cited by 5 Related articles All 3 versions

The interactive urban robot: user-centered development and final field trial of a direction requesting robot A Weiss, N Mirnig, U Bruckenberger… – Paladyn J. Behav. …, 2015 – degruyter.com … 1. Facial expressions as a means of providing intuitive feedback about its internal state; 2. Handling miscommunication and the analysis of user input during natural language interaction; 3. Gestural interaction as a means of fallback in situ- ations when speech recognition … Cited by 3 Related articles All 3 versions

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Evaluating multiparty gaze-based turn taking behavior for a robot in situated dialog M Spiegels – 2015 – alexandria.tue.nl … a museum, a receptionist, or travel agency consultant. Hence, the use of natural language interaction in the near future is likely to dominate over touch interfaces for example. Relevant to the majority of developed interactive … Related articles All 2 versions

Social talk capabilities for dialogue systems T Klüwer – 2015 – universaar.uni-saarland.de Page 1. Saarbrücken Dissertations | Volume 39 | in Language Science and Technology Social Talk Capabilities for Dialogue Systems Tina Klüwer T in a K lü w e r S o cia l Ta lk C a p a b ilitie s fo r D ia lo g u e S yste m s universaar … Cited by 1 Related articles All 3 versions

Application Of Amharic Text Based Reasoning For Academic Diciplines: The Case Of Ethiopian Higher Education Institutions ( … YA ERGU – 2015 – researchgate.net Page 1. UNIVERSITY OF GONDAR COLLEGE OF NATURAL AND COMPUTATIONAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY APPLICATION OF AMHARIC TEXT BASED REASONING FOR ACADEMIC … Related articles

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