Michael L. Mauldin (Michael Mauldin)


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Conversive Verbot (Verbal Robot) | Peter M. Plantec (Peter Plantec)


Going under cover: passing as human
ML Mauldin – Parsing the Turing Test, 2009 – Springer
This chapter discusses strategies for building a computer program to pose as a human for the Turing test, including the use of humor to distract the human judge from the task of evaluating the conversation. Experiences of computer programs from the Loebner Prize …

Smart answering chatbot based on OCR and overgenerating transformations and ranking
L Pichponreay, JH Kim, CH Choi… – … and Future Networks …, 2016 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… A. ChatBot Chatbot (also known as talkbot, chatterbox, and box) is a computer program designed to simulate conversation with human, especially over the Internet. The term “ChatterBot” was originally coined by Michael Mauldin (creator of the first Verbot, Julia) in 1994 to …

Chatterbots, tinymuds, and the turing test: Entering the loebner prize competition
ML Mauldin – AAAI, 1994 – aaai.org
Abstract The Turing Test was proposed by Alan Turing in 1950; he called it the Imitation Game. In 1991 Hu Loebner prize competition, offering af h Loebner started the 100,000 prize to the author of the first computer program to pass an unrestricted Turing test. Annual …

Auslander’s robot
K Brown – International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital …, 2006 – Taylor & Francis
… she ‘could be taught to “speak” increasingly well’ (Weizenbaum 1976: 3). In Bots: The Origin of New Species, Andrew Leonard explains how the evo- lution of chatterbots took another giant leap forward in the early 1990s, when Michael Mauldin developed ‘Julia.’ Julia is a …

Loebner Prize Competition, Michael Mauldin, Proceedings of the Twelfth National Conference on Artificial Intelligence, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 1994.(http …
G Miller, R Beckwith, C Fellbaum, D Gross – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
… Loebner Prize Competition”, Michael Mauldin, Proceedings of the Twelfth National Conference on Artificial Intelligence, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 1994. (http://fuzine.mc.cs.cmu.edu/mlm/ aaai94.html) … (ftp://media.mit.edu/pub/Foner/Papers/Agents–Julia.ps) …

A Neural Conversational Model for Chatbots
S Agrawal, MM Haidri – IJRCCT, 2016 – ijrcct.org
… A Neural Conversational Model for Chatbots. Shubham Agrawal, Murtaza Mansoor Haidri, Shruthi N. Abstract … Bonnie Chantarotwong. “The Learning Chatbot”. Final Project, fall 2006. Marcarelli C, McKinstry J L. “Testing for Machine Consciousness Using Insight Learning” …

Introduction to Chatbots
R Khan, A Das – Build Better Chatbots, 2018 – Springer
… The term chatterbot was first used in 1994 and was originally coined by Michael Mauldin, the creator of Verbot (Verbal Robot) Julia. What Are Chatbots? The classic definition of a chatbot is a computer program that processes natural-language input from a user and generates …

Population automation: An interview with Wikipedia bot pioneer Ram-Man
RM Livingstone – First Monday, 2016 – uncommonculture.org
… ELIZA was a chatterbot, a term coined nearly 30 years later by Michael Mauldin (1994), a graduate student at Carnegie Mellon University and programmer of Julia. Whereas ELIZA was a local chatterbot, run from a lab, Julia …

Chatterbots
OV Deryugina – Scientific and Technical Information Processing, 2010 – Springer
… are also called virtual agents or chatbots (from the term “ChatterBot,” which was originally coined by Michael Mauldin in 1997) … Example 6. Diego[17] is a Spanish speaking chat bot developed by Botgenes … The creation of a chatbot that is able to pass the Turing test would be a …

Resurrection Of Digital Consciousness Using Artificial Intelligence
D Shriya, B Shetty – ASIAN JOURNAL FOR CONVERGENCE IN …, 2018 – asianssr.org
… AI), Neural Networks (computer, mobile phones), Luka, chatbot, analytics I. BACKGROUND The term “ChatterBot” was originally coined by Michael Mauldin (creator of the first Verbot, Julia) in 1994 to describe these conversational programs. Today, most chatbots are either …

Writing in a Culture of Simulation
CR Miller – Towards a rhetoric of everyday life: new directions in …, 2003 – books.google.com
… Julia was programmed by Michael L. Mauldin of Carnegie Mellon University in the early 1990s and became” one of cy- berspace’s smash hits”(Leonard … Similarly, we must attribute the ” intelligence” of ELIZA to Joseph Weizenbaum and the success of Julia to Michael Mauldin …

Ghosts in the Machine
S Turkle – The sciences, 1995 – Wiley Online Library
… Players talk to Julia (via typing) and she talks to them; they gesture to Julia (again via typing) and she ges- tures back. Julia looks for particular strings ofcharacters in … Like “real” MUD dwellers, Julia can recreate herselfin the virtual world …

Intelligent Agents
KM Tolle – Systems Development Methods for the Next Century, 1997 – Springer
… Julia and Elmo belong to a class of entertainment agents called “chatterbots” or knowbots. Devel- oped by Michael Mauldin at CMU, Julia interacts with users in Multi-User Dimensions, or on-line games. Julia is a “Tiny MUD” classified as a Maas-Neotek robot based on ELIZA …

Agents For Education: the Problem Of Synthetic Personality
P McKenna, A Waraich – EdMedia: World Conference on …, 2000 – learntechlib.org
… “Julia” has plenty of self-disclosing loving detail – ‘she’ has “close-cropped frizzy blond hair”. Julia is described as a TinyMUD robot (Foner, 1993). Written by Michael Mauldin of Carnegie Mellon University, Julia logs into MUDs and interacts with other players …

Definitions, Designations, and Development
KM Tolle – Systems Development Methods for the Next Century, 2012 – books.google.com
… Julia and Elmo belong to a class of entertainment agents called “chatterbots” or knowbots. Devel- oped by Michael Mauldin at CMU, Julia interacts with users in Multi-User Dimensions, or on-line games. Julia is a “Tiny MUD” classified as a Maas-Neotek robot based on ELIZA …

Beyond dialogue: the six W’s of multi-party interaction
P Sibun – Working Notes of AAAI97 Spring Symposium On Mixed …, 1997 – aaai.org
… Bots have been running on MOOs and MUDs for many years. The most well-known of these bots is Julia, written by Michael Mauldin (Foner, 1993). Julia was built over the course of several years and became a large program tailored to MUD-based activities …

The Role of Chatbots in Formal Education
G Molnár, Z Szüts – 2018 IEEE 16th International Symposium on …, 2018 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… The term chatbot – chat(ter)bot was coined by Michael L. Mauldin … Stefanie, „AOL tries out new IM chat bot”, CNET.com 27 January 2003, https://www.cnet.com/news/aol-tries-out-new-im- chat-bot/ [9] Babar, Zia, Alexei Lapouchnian, Eric Yu, Chatbot Design – „Reasoning …

Automated Online Customer Care System Using Artificial Intelligence
CJ Kulathunge, R Seneviratne, KKJ Kasthuriarachchi… – 2014 – cdap.sliit.lk
… Michael Mauldin created a bot named Julia in an online MUD environment … ALICE led to the development of the open AIML standard creating chat bot and alphabet soup of AIML interpreters and servers appeared. Today chatterbox has Page 2. KULATHUNGE ET AL …

NADiA: Neural Network Driven Virtual Human Conversation Agents
J Wu, S Ghosh, M Chollet, S Ly, S Mozgai… – Proceedings of the 18th …, 2018 – dl.acm.org
… and neural networks have given rise to a new generation of virtual assistants and chatbots … We find that NADiA significantly outperforms state of the art chatbot technology and produces comparable … 3. Elisabetta Bevacqua, Sylwia Julia Hyniewska, and Catherine Pelachaud …

Multiagents based modelling in graphical user interfaces
D Gorgan – CHI’97 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in …, 1997 – dl.acm.org
… Julia’s behavioural repertoire includes moving around in and mapping of the environment. Julia has moods, feelings and attitudes towards players and a good m,’mory … [8] Michael Mauldin, “ChatterBots, TinyMuds, and the Turing Test: Entering the Locbner Prize Competition” …

Edwin Booth and the theatre of redemption: an exploration of the effects of John Wilkes Booth’s assassination of Abraham Lincoln on Edwin Booth’s acting style
ML Mauldin – 2000 – etd.ohiolink.edu
Edwin Booth is generally regarded to be the preeminent American actor of the nineteenth centurv’. As a representative of theatrical culture of the Gilded Age, he matched Mark Twain and Henry James in literature. Henry Ford and Andrew Carnegie in industr\’. and served as …

Dialog system using real-time crowdsourcing and twitter large-scale corpus
F Bessho, T Harada, Y Kuniyoshi – … of the 13th Annual Meeting of the …, 2012 – dl.acm.org
… AIML. Recently, some other chat bots based on a large-scale dialog corpus have been proposed1,2. In this paper, we propose a novel dialog sys- tem (chat bot) that uses real-time crowdsourcing and Twitter large-scale corpus …

Chatterbot for education: a study based on formal concept analysis for instructional material recommendation
S Moraes, R Machado – Brazilian Symposium on Computers in Education …, 2016 – br-ie.org
… first chatterbot has arisen in the 60’s, this term was first used in 1994 by Michael Mauldin to designate … Since, different chatterbots were created, being chatbot ALICE (Artificial Linguistic Internet Computer Entity) the best known … Recently, chatbots have been used in various fields …

Chatbot implementation with Microsoft Bot Framework
S Sannikova – 2018 – theseus.fi
… grammers ever since. Michael Mauldin mentioned the term ”ChatterBot” first time in 1994 for describing con … The biggest challenge chatbot developers face today is a big amount of messaging plat- forms … The potential is quite big as developers could improve their chatbots …

Agents: What (or who) are they
K Isbister, T Layton – Advances in Human} Computer Interaction, 1995 – books.google.com
… This type of agent feels most like an independent individual when one interacts with it. Examples. Julia the robot is a” Maas-Neotek robot” written by Michael Mauldin (for a more comprehensive description of Julia, see Foner, 1993) …

Cyber Identity
A Rosie – Social Identities: Multidisciplinary Approaches, 2004 – books.google.com
… and Foucault. The resulting text is a student/tutor construction. The start point for such programmes is the’Julia’character developed by Michael Mauldin seeking to pass the Turing test whereby a 241 Page 254. Social Identities …

Survey on trends and methods of an intelligent answering system
D Yogish, TN Manjunath… – Electrical, Electronics …, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… 348 CHATBOT Michael Mauldin,1994 Typically used in dialog systems for various customer service. FAQ Finder Burke et.al.,1995 Developed for matching the questions with the question list compiled in a knowledge base through statistical similarity and semantic similarity …

Can Heritage Bots Thrive? Toward Future Engagement in Cultural Heritage
A Tzouganatou – Advances in Archaeological Practice, 2018 – cambridge.org
… 1990s, Michael Mauldin (1994) invented the term ChatterBot, from the word chatter, meaning “superficial talk,” and the word bot, an abbreviation for robot. In subsequent years, the term was then shortened to chatbot. The history of intelligent machines such as chatbots can be …

Gimme the Usual-How Handling of Pragmatics Improves Chatbots.
A Bianchini, F Tarasconi, R Ventaglio, M Guadalupi – CLiC-it, 2017 – ceur-ws.org
… is required to handle more business cases and a broader definition of context, such as history of activities conducted by the same user, which can be especially useful in chatbots with recommender … Michael Mauldin … A Chatbot-based Interactive Question Answering Sys- tem …

Conference preview
J Bruer – Society for Technical Communication’s 46th Annual …, 1999 – interactions.acm.org
… General Chair: Jeff Bradshaw. Invited Speakers: Michael Mauldin; Virtual Personalities Inc. & Lycos, Inc. Speech Title: VERBOTS: Putting a face on natural language. Wolfgang Wahlster; German Artificial Intelligence Research; Center Ltd …

Alternative Identities, Artificial Minds, and Digital Lives: Where Philosophy Meets the Computer Culture
D Weiss – PROTEUS-SHIPPENSBURG-, 1997 – faculty.ycp.edu
… connections to some of the past entrants. You can, for instance, follow a link that allows you to “speak” to Julia, a program written by Michael Mauldin of Carnegie Mellon University. You can also follow a connection that links you to the homepage …

A Virtual Salesperson
A Marriott, R Pockaj, C Parker – Internet Commerce and Software …, 2001 – igi-global.com
… most famous chatterbots using this system are Colin and Julia–Maas Neotek robots– constructed by Michael Mauldin … The chatterbot design has remained very similar to that of Colin and Julia, but with the … similar to the above Colin example is given in Sylvie’s (the verbot’s name …

Entertaining agents: A sociological case study
LN Foner – Proceedings of the first international conference on …, 1997 – dl.acm.org
… This paper presents a brief description of Julia [Mauldin 94], an implemented software agent, and then examines the sociology of those who encounter her, using both transcripts of interactions with Julia, and direct inter- views with users … Julia has left …

Artificial intelligence as a discursive practice: the case of embodied software agent systems
S Zdenek – Ai & Society, 2003 – Springer
… The JULIA program chats with other (human) players and provides MUD services such as messaging and help (see Zdenek 1999). Michael Mauldin (1994), the program’s designer, tells a story (quoted in Foner 1993) of how one unsuspecting human called Barry “spent 13 days …

Developing a Chatbot for Customer Service to Metropolia UAS Student Affairs Office
S Merisalo – 2018 – theseus.fi
… process of the chatbot designed to the client. 3.1 History of Chatbots Chatbot as a term has been out there much longer than these few years it has been on the top of the hype. The creator of Julia, the first verbot (Verbal-Robot), Michael Mauldin …

Conceptual framework for an intelligent chatterbot
K Zdravkova – … Interfaces, 2000. ITI 2000. Proceedings of the …, 2000 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… Most parallel activities mentioned above initiate addition of multimedia component to the chatterbot. Some chatterbots (Julia, Sylvie) are already presented as humans. While Julia writes her responses, Sylvie pronounces them and imitates speech …

Using an intelligent interviewer to conduct cognitive assessments
KE Weaver – 2014 – search.proquest.com
… Computerized Conversation Agents have been around for over four decades in a variety of forms, such as Chatterbots, Chatbots, or Virtual Humans. The Page 24. 5 … returning the control to the user. Deryugina (2010) describes the chatbot Racter, Page 26. 7 …

MamaBot: a System based on ML and NLP for supporting Women and Families during Pregnancy
L Vaira, MA Bochicchio, M Conte, FM Casaluci… – Proceedings of the …, 2018 – dl.acm.org
… The term “ChatterBot” was originally coined by Michael Mauldin in 1994 to describe these kind of … In [31] authors compared the main cloud service providers for the development of chatbot … Fig. 1 shows the three-layer architecture we adopted to build our chat bot application …

Life on the Screen
S Turkle – 2011 – books.google.com
Page 1. “THE FIRST SERIOUS LOOK AT THE MULTIPLE PERSONALITIES WE LIVE IN CYBERSPACE.” —WIRED Page 2. “THE FIRST SERIOUS LOOK AT THE MULTIPLE PERSONALITIES WE LIVE IN CYBERSPACE.” —WIRED …

Rising up from the MUD: Inscribing gender in software design
S Zdenek – Discourse & Society, 1999 – journals.sagepub.com
… Julia at home in the MUD ‘Julia’ was created as a MUD chatterbot in 1990, when Michael Mauldin (1990, 1993, 1994), a computer scientist at … Thus, while the Julia program reportedly continues to connect to various MUDs (Plantec, 1998b), Colin is much more active in …

Get ALife: Cyberfeminism and the Politics of Artificial Life
S Kember – Digital Desires: Language, Identity and New …, 2000 – books.google.com
… of what she calls autonomous agents.’Julia’is an au- tonomous agent who resides in a text-based multi-user simulation environment (MUSE):’Julia has moods, feelings, and attitudes towards players and a good memory.’-0 She was designed by Michael Mauldin as a” chatterbot …

An Automated Interaction Application on Twitter
C Chau – raw.githubusercontent.com
… The evaluators were surprised that they could not recognize they were talking to a chat bot in many short conversations … Furthermore, in pattern matching based chat bots, users can predict the responses after chat- ting with the bots for a while …

Sabbiu Shah (070/BCT/531) Sagar Adhikari (070/BCT/533) Samip Subedi (070/BCT/536)
U Chalise – 2017 – researchgate.net
… a human would behave as a conversational partner, thereby passing the Turing test. The term “ChatterBot” was originally coined by Michael Mauldin (creator of the first Verbot, Julia) in 1994 to describe these conversational programs .Then,the famous chatbot …

Anthropoid agents
MN Huhns, MP Singh – IEEE Internet Computing, 1998 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… One such application involved the agent Julia, who participated in chat rooms, providing directions to users and tak- ing part in online discussions … extempo.com/webBar/. Another is Virtual Personalities by Michael Mauldin, available at http://www. vperson.com …

Stone age babies in cyberspace
G McMurdo – Journal of information science, 1996 – journals.sagepub.com
Page 1. 63 Electric Writing Stone Age babies in cyberspace George McMurdo Queen Margaret College, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK Received 25 October 1995 Abstract. The increasing use of computers and robots at the work- place …

Artificial intelligence markup language: a brief tutorial
MGB Marietto, RV de Aguiar, GO Barbosa… – arXiv preprint arXiv …, 2013 – arxiv.org
… techniques. JULIA chatterbot is an example of a second generation chatterbot developed by Michael Mauldin in 1994 [11]. The development of third-generation chatterbots uses more advanced Pattern Recognition techniques …

Build Better Chatbots
R Khan, A Das – A complete guide to getting started with chatbots, 2018 – Springer
… Fact The term chatterbot was first used in 1994 and was originally coined by Michael Mauldin, the creator of Verbot (Verbal Robot) Julia. What Are Chatbots? The classic definition of a chatbot is a computer program that processes natural-language input from a user and …

Not just a pretty (inter) face: A critical analysis of Microsoft’s’ Ms. Dewey’
M Sweeney – 2014 – ideals.illinois.edu
Page 1. © 2013 Miriam E. Sweeney Page 2. NOT JUST A PRETTY (INTER)FACE: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF MICROSOFT’S ‘MS. DEWEY’ BY MIRIAM E. SWEENEY DISSERTATION Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements …

Production and Reproduction
N Tenhaaf – Women, Art, and Technology, 2003 – books.google.com
… personalities—for example, ELIZA, the interactive psychotherapist program developed by Joseph Weizenbaum at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the mid-1960s, or the more recent Julia, a popular online MUD persona programmed by Michael Mauldin at Carnegie …

Build Better Chatbots: A Complete Guide to Getting Started with Chatbots
R Khan, A Das – 2017 – books.google.com
… Fact The term chatterbot was first used in 1994 and was originally coined by Michael Mauldin, the creator of Verbot (Verbal Robot) Julia. What Are Chatbots? The classic definition of a chatbot is a computer program that processes natural-language input from a user and …

Personality Matters! Improving The User Experience of Chatbot Interfaces-Personality provides a stable pattern to guide the design and behaviour of conversational …
TL Smestad – 2018 – brage.bibsys.no
… that 57 % of companies have implemented or are planning to implement a chatbot as part of … JuniperResearch (2017) released a report in which they have found that chatbots will save … Therefore, as the trends predict many benefits for companies implementing chat- bots, are we …

Industrial Virtual Assistants: Challenges and Opportunities
B Schmidt, R Borrison, A Cohen, M Dix… – Proceedings of the …, 2018 – dl.acm.org
… This design is prominent in commercial chat- bot frameworks (eg, Microsoft Chatbot Framework[11]). The conversation has the goal of triggering intents … In Developing Bots with Microsoft Bots Framework. Apress, Berkeley, CA, 1–17. 12. Michael L Mauldin. 1994 …

Clustering and information sharing in an ecology of cooperating agents
LN Foner – Working notes of the AAAI spring symposium on …, 1995 – aaai.org
… (ftp://media.mit.edu/pub/Foner/Papers/ Agents–Julia.ps) [Horton 87 … Overload”, Pattie Maes, Communications of the ACM, July 1994, Vol 37 #7. [Mauldin 94] “ChatterBots, TinyMuds, and the Turing Test: Entering the Loebner Prize Competition”, Michael Mauldin, Proceedings of …

The art of creating emotional and robust interactive characters
WS Reilly – Working Notes of the AAAI Spring Symposium on …, 1995 – Citeseer
… We can also learn from some the work on agents in the Loebner competition (eg, Maul- din’s Julia [Mauldin94]) … [Mauldin94] Michael L. Mauldin, Chatterbots, Tinymuds, and the Turing Test, in Proceedings of the Twelfth National Conference on Artifi- cial Intelligence, Seattle, WA …

Other Things: AI, Robots, and Society
DJ Gunkel – A Networked Self and Human Augmentics, Artificial …, 2018 – taylorfrancis.com
… As many of you know by now, on Wednesday we launched a chatbot called Tay … Weizenbaum, it has been applied retroactively as a result of the efforts of Michael Mauldin, founder and … neologism in 1994 in order to identify a similar NLP application that he eventually called Julia …

Intelligent agents for an interactive multi-media game
AE Nicholson, A Dutta – Proceedings of the International …, 1997 – researchgate.net
… An example of such an agent is Julia [4], an agent who hangs around on MUDs, acting like any other (human controlled) character, but can also answer questions about the layout of the MUD and other topics, pass notes, gossip, sing … [4]. Michael Mauldin: “Chatterbots, Tinymuds …

NIPS Conversational Intelligence Challenge 2017 Winner System: Skill-based Conversational Agent with Supervised Dialog Manager
I Yusupov, Y Kuratov – Proceedings of the 27th International Conference …, 2018 – aclweb.org
… This is not an optimal way of evaluating chatbots either, because a relevant answer can be different from an oracle (Liu et al., 2016) … Michael L Mauldin. 1994 … 2017. A deep reinforcement learning chatbot. arXiv preprint arXiv:1709.02349 …

After death: Big Data and the promise of resurrection by proxy
MA Ahmad – Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference Extended …, 2016 – dl.acm.org
… endeavor. One of the earliest example of a chatbot is Eliza [38] which is a relatively simple program but which was able to convince a sufficient number of people that it is therapist … 26–29. [23] Michael L Mauldin. 1994. Chatterbots …

Chatbot for admissions
N Polatidis – arXiv preprint arXiv:1408.6762, 2014 – arxiv.org
… A chatbot is a program that is used to participate in conversations with humans … More sophisticated chatbots could learn from the user input. Nowadays chat bots are used widely in web applications in order to provide help or information when it is asked by the users …

A Framework for Interaction and Task Decomposition for Objects Emulating Agency Behavior
S Aly – 2000 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
Page 1. A Framework for Interaction and Task Decomposition for Objects Emulating Agency Behavior Safwan Aly Dissertation Submitted to the School of Architecture of Carnegie Mellon University in fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy …

What Do You Mean by “AI”?
W Pei – Artificial General Intelligence, 2008 – books.google.com
… model. Another example of this understanding of AI can be found in the field of “chatbot”, where the intelligence of a system is evaluated according to how much it “talks like a human”, such as in the Loebner Prize Competition [16] …

Interactive bot to support the use of the UPTEC intranet
JF Oliveira – 2018 – repositorio-aberto.up.pt
… The training of the chat-bot for language recognition is done with the use of machine learning algorithms that are fed with examples of collaborators questions for each possible action that can be … without any knowledge about chat-bots, to read and fully understand the document …

Maintaining credible dialogs in a VideoBot system with special audio techniques
D DeGroot – Tools with Artificial Intelligence, Proceedings of the …, 2001 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… is somewhat related to that faced by text-only chatterbots, including well-known chatterbots such as Eliza [Weizenbaum], Julia [Mauldin], and Hex … [Mauldin] “Chatterbots, Tinymuds, and the Turing Test: Entering the Loebner Prize Competition,” Michael Mauldin, Proceedings of …

Multi-channel Conversational Agent for Personalized Music Recommendations
M Morisio, G Verazzo – webthesis.biblio.polito.it
… The term “ChatterBot”, that became then “chatbot” in the literature to follow, was coined in 1994 by Michael Mauldin, an American inventor and scientist, founder of Lycos Inc., who created the program Verbot, a popular chatbot that followed the path traced by ELIZA …

Computer Science 449 Thesis The Phoenix Quest
S Gribble – 1995 – Citeseer
Page 1. Computer Science 449 Thesis The Phoenix Quest Steven Gribble April 16, 1995 Department of Computer Science, The University of British Columbia Vancouver, British Columbia, V6T 1Z4 Supervisor – Dr. Maria Klawe i Page 2. Contents 1 Introduction 2 …

Hardlng Bulletin
B Harris – scholarworks.harding.edu
Page 1. Harding University Scholar Works at Harding Harding Bulletins Archives and Special Collections 10-1-1985 Harding Bulletin October 1985 (vol. 61, no. 2) Harding University Follow this and additional works at: http://scholarworks.harding.edu/hubulletins …

Simply Danny
J Landwehr – 1997 – etd.ohiolink.edu
… My mother needs attention. She has had to pis for 15 minutes. So you put down that Christmas cookie and help my mother urinate or you will know a new meaning to the words ribbed for her pleasure.” Wow I feel like Julia Sugerbaker. I know one thing …

The wired professor: A guide to incorporating the World Wide Web in college instruction
AB Keating, J Hargitai, JR Hargitai – 1999 – books.google.com
… Special thanks go to Michelle Adelman, Jon McKenzie, Julia Keefer, Caroline Persell, Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, Robin Nagle, Francine Shaw Shuchat, Turi Laszlo, Vajda Eva, Jonathan J. Vafai, Paul J. Gans, David Garcia, Millard Clements, Brian Murfin, Christina Engelbart …

No Need to Laugh Out Loud: Predicting Humor Appraisal of Comic Strips Based on Physiological Signals in a Realistic Environment
O Barral, I Kosunen, G Jacucci – ACM Transactions on Computer-Human …, 2018 – dl.acm.org
Page 1. 40 No Need to Laugh Out Loud: Predicting Humor Appraisal of Comic Strips Based on Physiological Signals in a Realistic Environment OSWALD BARRAL, ILKKA KOSUNEN, and GIULIO JACUCCI, University of Helsinki …

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