Proceedings of the SIGDIAL 2011 Conference

Joyce Y. Chai (Michigan State University)
Johanna D. Moore (University of Edinburgh)
Rebecca J. Passonneau (Columbia University)
David R. Traum (University of Southern California)

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pdf bib Front matter pages
pdf bib Strategic Conversation
Alex Lascarides
pp. 1–1
pdf bib Spoken Dialog Challenge 2010: Comparison of Live and Control Test Results
Alan W Black, Susanne Burger, Alistair Conkie, Helen Hastie, Simon Keizer, Oliver Lemon, Nicolas Merigaud, Gabriel Parent, Gabriel Schubiner, Blaise Thomson, Jason D. Williams, Kai Yu, Steve Young and Maxine Eskenazi
pp. 2–7
pdf bib What System Differences Matter? Using L1/L2 Regularization to Compare Dialogue Systems
José González-Brenes and Jack Mostow
pp. 8–17
pdf bib A Two-Stage Domain Selection Framework for Extensible Multi-Domain Spoken Dialogue Systems
Mikio Nakano, Shun Sato, Kazunori Komatani, Kyoko Matsuyama, Kotaro Funakoshi and Hiroshi G. Okuno
pp. 18–29
pdf bib A Comparison of Latent Variable Models For Conversation Analysis
Sourish Chaudhuri and Bhiksha Raj
pp. 30–38
pdf bib Toward Learning and Evaluation of Dialogue Policies with Text Examples
David DeVault, Anton Leuski and Kenji Sagae
pp. 39–48
pdf bib The Impact of Task-Oriented Feature Sets on HMMs for Dialogue Modeling
Kristy Boyer, Eun Young Ha, Robert Phillips and James Lester
pp. 49–58
pdf bib Spoken Dialogue System based on Information Extraction using Similarity of Predicate Argument Structures
Koichiro Yoshino, Shinsuke Mori and Tatsuya Kawahara
pp. 59–66
pdf bib Common Ground and Perspective-taking in Real-time Language Processing
Michael K. Tanenhaus
pp. 67–67
pdf bib Giving instructions in virtual environments by corpus based selection
Luciana Benotti and Alexandre Denis
pp. 68–77
pdf bib Optimising Natural Language Generation Decision Making For Situated Dialogue
Nina Dethlefs, Heriberto Cuayáhuitl and Jette Viethen
pp. 78–87
pdf bib Regulating Dialogue with Gestures - Towards an Empirically Grounded Simulation with Conversational Agents
Kirsten Bergmann, Hannes Rieser and Stefan Kopp
pp. 88–97
pdf bib Multiparty Turn Taking in Situated Dialog: Study, Lessons, and Directions
Dan Bohus and Eric Horvitz
pp. 98–109
pdf bib Stability and Accuracy in Incremental Speech Recognition
Ethan Selfridge, Iker Arizmendi, Peter Heeman and Jason Williams
pp. 110–119
pdf bib Predicting the Micro-Timing of User Input for an Incremental Spoken Dialogue System that Completes a User’s Ongoing Turn
Timo Baumann and David Schlangen
pp. 120–129
pdf bib An Empirical Evaluation of a Statistical Dialog System in Public Use
Jason Williams
pp. 130–141
pdf bib "The day after the day after tomorrow?" A machine learning approach to adaptive temporal expression generation: training and evaluation with real users
Srinivasan Janarthanam, Helen Hastie, Oliver Lemon and Xingkun Liu
pp. 142–151
pdf bib Detecting Levels of Interest from Spoken Dialog with Multistream Prediction Feedback and Similarity Based Hierarchical Fusion Learning
William Yang Wang and Julia Hirschberg
pp. 152–161
pdf bib Exploring User Satisfaction in a Tutorial Dialogue System
Myroslava O. Dzikovska, Johanna D. Moore, Natalie Steinhauser and Gwendolyn Campbell
pp. 162–172
pdf bib Modeling and Predicting Quality in Spoken Human-Computer Interaction
Alexander Schmitt, Benjamin Schatz and Wolfgang Minker
pp. 173–184
pdf bib Topics as Contextual Indicators for Word Choice in SMS Conversations
Ute Winter, Roni Ben-Aharon, Daniel Chernobrov and Ron Hecht
pp. 185–193
pdf bib Multilingual Annotation and Disambiguation of Discourse Connectives for Machine Translation
Thomas Meyer, Andrei Popescu-Belis, Sandrine Zufferey and Bruno Cartoni
pp. 194–203
pdf bib Commitments to Preferences in Dialogue
Anaïs Cadilhac, Nicholas Asher, Farah Benamara and Alex Lascarides
pp. 204–215
pdf bib Using Performance Trajectories to Analyze the Immediate Impact of User State Misclassification in an Adaptive Spoken Dialogue System
Kate Forbes-Riley and Diane Litman
pp. 216–226
pdf bib Comparing Triggering Policies for Social Behaviors
Rohit Kumar and Carolyn Rosé
pp. 227–238
pdf bib Facilitating Mental Modeling in Collaborative Human-Robot Interaction through Adverbial Cues
Gordon Briggs and Matthias Scheutz
pp. 239–247
pdf bib Embedded Wizardry
Rebecca J. Passonneau, Susan L. Epstein, Tiziana Ligorio and Joshua Gordon
pp. 248–258
pdf bib Toward Construction of Spoken Dialogue System that Evokes Users' Spontaneous Backchannels
Teruhisa Misu, Etsuo Mizukami, Yoshinori Shiga, Shinichi Kawamoto, Hisashi Kawai and Satoshi Nakamura
pp. 259–265
pdf bib Learning to Balance Grounding Rationales for Dialogue Systems
Joshua Gordon, Rebecca J. Passonneau and Susan L. Epstein
pp. 266–271
pdf bib An Annotation Scheme for Cross-Cultural Argumentation and Persuasion Dialogues
Kallirroi Georgila, Ron Artstein, Angela Nazarian, Michael Rushforth, David Traum and Katia Sycara
pp. 272–278
pdf bib An Approach to the Automated Evaluation of Pipeline Architectures in Natural Language Dialogue Systems
Eliza Margaretha and David DeVault
pp. 279–285
pdf bib Perception of Personality and Naturalness through Dialogues by Native Speakers of American English and Arabic
Maxim Makatchev and Reid Simmons
pp. 286–293
pdf bib Multi-Policy Dialogue Management
Pierre Lison
pp. 294–300
pdf bib A Robotic World Model Framework Designed to Facilitate Human-robot Communication
Meghann Lomas, Ernest Cross, Jonathan Darvill, Robert Garrett, Michael Kopack and Kenneth Whitebread
pp. 301–306
pdf bib Improving Pronominal and Deictic Co-Reference Resolution with Multi-Modal Features
Lin Chen, Anruo Wang and Barbara Di Eugenio
pp. 307–311
pdf bib Examining the Impacts of Dialogue Content and System Automation on Affect Models in a Spoken Tutorial Dialogue System
Joanna Drummond and Diane Litman
pp. 312–318
pdf bib Error Return Plots
Ron Artstein
pp. 319–324
pdf bib PARADISE-style Evaluation of a Human-Human Library Corpus
Rebecca J. Passonneau, Irene Alvarado, Phil Crone and Simon Jerome
pp. 325–331
pdf bib An Incremental Architecture for the Semantic Annotation of Dialogue Corpora with High-Level Structures. A case of study for the MEDIA corpus.
Lina Maria Rojas-Barahona and Matthieu Quignard
pp. 332–334
pdf bib The CODA System for Monologue-to-Dialogue Generation
Svetlana Stoyanchev and Paul Piwek
pp. 335–337
pdf bib Beetle II: an adaptable tutorial dialogue system
Myroslava Dzikovska, Amy Isard, Peter Bell, Johanna Moore, Natalie Steinhauser and Gwendolyn Campbell
pp. 338–340
pdf bib Engagement-based Multi-party Dialog with a Humanoid Robot
David Klotz, Johannes Wienke, Julia Peltason, Britta Wrede, Sebastian Wrede, Vasil Khalidov and Jean-Marc Odobez
pp. 341–343
pdf bib POMY: A Conversational Virtual Environment for Language Learning in POSTECH
Hyungjong Noh, Kyusong Lee, Sungjin Lee and Gary Geunbae Lee
pp. 344–346
pdf bib Rapid Development of Advanced Question-Answering Characters by Non-experts
Sudeep Gandhe, Alysa Taylor, Jillian Gerten and David Traum
pp. 347–349
pdf bib A Just-in-Time Document Retrieval System for Dialogues or Monologues
Andrei Popescu-Belis, Majid Yazdani, Alexandre Nanchen and Philip N. Garner
pp. 350–352

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