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Proceedings of the SIGDIAL 2012 Conference

Chairs
Gary Geunbae Lee, POSTECH
Jonathan Ginzburg, Universite Paris-Diderot
Claire Gardent, CNRS/LORIA Nancy
Amanda Stent, AT&T

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pdf bib Front matter pages
pdf bib Multi-modal Sensing and Analysis of Poster Conversations: Toward Smart Posterboard
Tatsuya Kawahara
pp. 1–9
pdf bib An End-to-End Evaluation of Two Situated Dialog Systems
Lina M. Rojas Barahona, Alejandra Lorenzo and Claire Gardent
pp. 10–19
pdf bib Love ya, jerkface: Using Sparse Log-Linear Models to Build Positive and Impolite Relationships with Teens
William Yang Wang, Samantha Finkelstein, Amy Ogan, Alan W. Black and Justine Cassell
pp. 20–29
pdf bib Enhancing Referential Success by Tracking Hearer Gaze
Alexander Koller, Konstantina Garoufi, Maria Staudte and Matthew Crocker
pp. 30–39
pdf bib Unsupervised Topic Modeling Approaches to Decision Summarization in Spoken Meetings
Lu Wang and Claire Cardie
pp. 40–49
pdf bib An Unsupervised Approach to User Simulation: Toward Self-Improving Dialog Systems
Sungjin Lee and Maxine Eskenazi
pp. 50–59
pdf bib Hierarchical Conversation Structure Prediction in Multi-Party Chat
Elijah Mayfield, David Adamson and Carolyn Penstein Rose
pp. 60–69
pdf bib Rapid Development Process of Spoken Dialogue Systems using Collaboratively Constructed Semantic Resources
Masahiro Araki
pp. 70–73
pdf bib The Effect of Cognitive Load on a Statistical Dialogue System
Milica Gasic, Pirros Tsiakoulis, Matthew Henderson, Blaise Thomson, Kai Yu, Eli Tzirkel and Steve Young
pp. 74–78
pdf bib Predicting Adherence to Treatment for Schizophrenia from Dialogue Transcripts
Christine Howes, Matthew Purver, Rose McCabe, Patrick G. T. Healey and Mary Lavelle
pp. 79–83
pdf bib Reinforcement Learning of Question-Answering Dialogue Policies for Virtual Museum Guides
Teruhisa Misu, Kallirroi Georgila, Anton Leuski and David Traum
pp. 84–93
pdf bib From Strangers to Partners: Examining Convergence within a Longitudinal Study of Task-Oriented Dialogue
Christopher M. Mitchell, Kristy Elizabeth Boyer and James C. Lester
pp. 94–98
pdf bib The Structure and Generality of Spoken Route Instructions
Aasish Pappu and Alexander Rudnicky
pp. 99–107
pdf bib Improving Implicit Discourse Relation Recognition Through Feature Set Optimization
Joonsuk Park and Claire Cardie
pp. 108–112
pdf bib A Temporal Simulator for Developing Turn-Taking Methods for Spoken Dialogue Systems
Ethan O. Selfridge and Peter A. Heeman
pp. 113–117
pdf bib Dialogue Act Recognition using Reweighted Speaker Adaptation
Congkai Sun and Louis-Philippe Morency
pp. 118–125
pdf bib Estimating Adaptation of Dialogue Partners with Different Verbal Intelligence
Kseniya Zablotskaya, Fernando Fernandez-Martnez and Wolfgang Minker
pp. 126–130
pdf bib A Demonstration of Incremental Speech Understanding and Confidence Estimation in a Virtual Human Dialogue System
David DeVault and David Traum
pp. 131–133
pdf bib Integrating Location, Visibility, and Question-Answering in a Spoken Dialogue System for Pedestrian City Exploration
Srinivasan Janarthanam, Oliver Lemon, Xingkun Liu, Phil Bartie, William Mackaness, Tiphaine Dalmas and Jana Goetze
pp. 134–136
pdf bib A Mixed-Initiative Conversational Dialogue System for Healthcare
Fabrizio Morbini, Eric Forbell, David DeVault, Kenji Sagae, David Traum and Albert Rizzo
pp. 137–139
pdf bib Towards Mediating Shared Perceptual Basis in Situated Dialogue
Changsong Liu, Rui Fang and Joyce Chai
pp. 140–149
pdf bib Global Features for Shallow Discourse Parsing
Sucheta Ghosh, Giuseppe Riccardi and Richard Johansson
pp. 150–159
pdf bib A Reranking Model for Discourse Segmentation using Subtree Features
Ngo Xuan Bach, Nguyen Le Minh and Akira Shimazu
pp. 160–169
pdf bib Landmark-Based Location Belief Tracking in a Spoken Dialog System
Yi Ma, Antoine Raux, Deepak Ramachandran and Rakesh Gupta
pp. 170–178
pdf bib Probabilistic Dialogue Models with Prior Domain Knowledge
Pierre Lison
pp. 179–188
pdf bib Exploiting Machine-Transcribed Dialog Corpus to Improve Multiple Dialog States Tracking Methods
Sungjin Lee and Maxine Eskenazi
pp. 189–196
pdf bib Cohesion, Entrainment and Task Success in Educational Dialog
Diane Litman
pp. 197
pdf bib A Bottom-Up Exploration of the Dimensions of Dialog State in Spoken Interaction
Nigel G. Ward and Alejandro Vega
pp. 198–206
pdf bib Using Group History to Identify Character-Directed Utterances in Multi-Child Interactions
Hannaneh Hajishirzi, Jill F. Lehman and Jessica K. Hodgins
pp. 207–216
pdf bib Adapting to Multiple Affective States in Spoken Dialogue
Kate Forbes-Riley and Diane Litman
pp. 217–226
pdf bib Dialog System Using Real-Time Crowdsourcing and Twitter Large-Scale Corpus
Fumihiro Bessho, Tatsuya Harada and Yasuo Kuniyoshi
pp. 227–231
pdf bib Automatically Acquiring Fine-Grained Information Status Distinctions in German
Aoife Cahill and Arndt Riester
pp. 232–236
pdf bib A Unified Probabilistic Approach to Referring Expressions
Kotaro Funakoshi, Mikio Nakano, Takenobu Tokunaga and Ryu Iida
pp. 237–246
pdf bib Combining Verbal and Nonverbal Features to Overcome the Information Gap in Task-Oriented Dialogue
Eun Young Ha, Joseph F. Grafsgaard, Christopher Mitchell, Kristy Elizabeth Boyer and James C. Lester
pp. 247–256
pdf bib Semantic Specificity in Spoken Dialogue Requests
Ben Hixon, Rebecca J. Passonneau and Susan L. Epstein
pp. 257–260
pdf bib Contingency and Comparison Relation Labeling and Structure Prediction in Chinese Sentences
Hen-Hsen Huang and Hsin-Hsi Chen
pp. 261–269
pdf bib A Study in How NLU Performance Can Affect the Choice of Dialogue System Architecture
Anton Leuski and David DeVault
pp. 270–274
pdf bib Integrating Incremental Speech Recognition and POMDP-Based Dialogue Systems
Ethan O. Selfridge, Iker Arizmendi, Peter A. Heeman and Jason D. Williams
pp. 275–279
pdf bib A Regression-based Approach to Modeling Addressee Backchannels
Allison Terrell and Bilge Mutlu
pp. 280–289
pdf bib Improving Sentence Completion in Dialogues with Multi-Modal Features
Anruo Wang, Barbara Di Eugenio and Lin Chen
pp. 290–294
pdf bib Combining Incremental Language Generation and Incremental Speech Synthesis for Adaptive Information Presentation
Hendrik Buschmeier, Timo Baumann, Benjamin Dosch, Stefan Kopp and David Schlangen
pp. 294–303
pdf bib Focused Meeting Summarization via Unsupervised Relation Extraction
Lu Wang and Claire Cardie
pp. 304–313
pdf bib Markov Logic Networks for Situated Incremental Natural Language Understanding
Casey Kennington and David Schlangen
pp. 313–322

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