Introduction, Program Committee, Table of Contents, and Conference Program Pages
Rationality and Conversation
Herbert H. Clark
1
Collective States of Understanding
Arash Eshghi and Patrick G.T. Healey
2–9
Contrasting the Automatic Identification of Two Discourse Markers in Multiparty Dialogues
Andrei Popescu-Belis and Sandrine Zufferey
10–17
Detecting and Summarizing Action Items in Multi-Party Dialogue
Matthew Purver, John Dowding, John Niekrasz, Patrick Ehlen, Sharareh Noorbaloochi and Stanley Peters
18–25
Detecting Arguing and Sentiment in Meetings
Swapna Somasundaran, Josef Ruppenhofer and Janyce Wiebe
26–34
A Model of Compliance and Emotion for Potentially Adversarial Dialogue Agents
Antonio Roque and David Traum
35–38
Acquiring and Evaluating a Dialog Corpus through a Dialog Simulation Technique
David Griol, Lluis F. Hurtado, Emilio Sanchis and Encarna Segarra
39–42
An Empirical View on IQA Follow-up Questions
Manuel Kirschner and Raffaella Bernardi
43–46
An Implemented Method for Distributed Collection and Assessment of Speech Data
Alexander Siebert, David Schlangen and Raquel Fernández
47–50
Beyond Repair Testing the Limits of the Conversational Repair System
David Schlangen and Raquel Fernández
51–54
Dialogue Policy Learning for Combinations of Noise and User Simulation: Transfer Results
Oliver Lemon and Xingkun Liu
55–58
Dynamic n-best Selection and Its Application in Dialog Act Detection
Junling Hu, Fabrizio Morbini, Fuliang Weng and Xue Liu
59–62
Emergent Conversational Recommendations: A Dialogue Behavior Approach
Pontus Wärnestal, Lars Degerstedt and Arne Jönsson
63–66
Exploiting Semantic and Pragmatic Information for the Automatic Resolution of Spatial Linguistic Expressions
Andrea Corradini
67–70
Hassan: A Virtual Human for Tactical Questioning
David Traum, Antonio Roque, Anton Leuski, Panayiotis Georgiou, Jillian Gerten, Bilyana Martinovski, Shrikanth Narayanan, Susan Robinson and Ashish Vaswani
71–74
Identifying Formal and Functional Zones in Film Reviews
Heike Bieler, Stefanie Dipper and Manfred Stede
75–78
CHAT to Your Destination
Fuliang Weng, Baoshi Yan, Zhe Feng, Florin Ratiu, Madhuri Raya, Brian Lathrop, Annie Lien, Sebastian Varges, Rohit Mishra, Feng Lin, Matthew Purver, Harry Bratt, Yao Meng, Stanley Peters, Tobias Scheideck, Badri Raghunathan and Zhaoxia Zhang
79–86
Commute UX: Telephone Dialog System for Location-based Services
Ivan Tashev, Michael Seltzer, Yun-Cheng Ju, Dong Yu and Alex Acero
87–94
Corpus-Based Training of Action-Specific Language Models
Lars Schillingmann, Sven Wachsmuth and Britta Wrede
95–102
Negotiating Spatial Goals with a Wheelchair
Thora Tenbrink and Hui Shi
103–110
Releasing a Multimodal Dialogue System into the Wild: User Support Mechanisms
Alexander Gruenstein and Stephanie Seneff
111–119
Analysis of User Reactions to Turn-Taking Failures in Spoken Dialogue Systems
Mikio Nakano, Yuka Nagano, Kotaro Funakoshi, Toshihiko Ito, Kenji Araki, Yuji Hasegawa and Hiroshi Tsujino
120–123
Comparing Spoken Dialog Corpora Collected with Recruited Subjects versus Real Users
Hua Ai, Antoine Raux, Dan Bohus, Maxine Eskenazi and Diane Litman
124–131
Dealing with DEAL: A Dialogue System for Conversation Training
Anna Hjalmarsson, Preben Wik and Jenny Brusk
132–135
Referring under Restricted Interactivity Conditions
Raquel Fernández, Tatjana Lucht and David Schlangen
136–139
A Multidimensional Approach to Utterance Segmentation and Dialogue Act Classification
Jeroen Geertzen, Volha Petukhova and Harry Bunt
140–149
Accented Pronouns and Unusual Antecedents: A Corpus Study
Anubha Kothari
150–157
Evaluating Combinations of Dialogue Acts for Generation
Simon Keizer and Harry Bunt
158–165
Measuring Adaptation Between Dialogs
Svetlana Stenchikova and Amanda Stent
166–173
Token-based Chunking of Turn-internal Dialogue Act Sequences
Piroska Lendvai and Jeroen Geertzen
174–181
A Comprehensive Disfluency Model for Multi-Party Interaction
Jana Besser and Jan Alexandersson
182–189
Experimental Modeling of Human-human Multi-threaded Dialogues in the Presence of a Manual-visual Task
Alexander Shyrokov, Andrew Kun and Peter Heeman
190–193
Modeling Vocal Interaction for Text-Independent Classification of Conversation Type
Kornel Laskowski, Mari Ostendorf and Tanja Schultz
194–201
Introducing Utterance Verification in Spoken Dialogue System to Improve Dynamic Help Generation for Novice Users
Kazunori Komatani, Yuichiro Fukubayashi, Tetsuya Ogata and Hiroshi G. Okuno
202–205
Making Grounding Decisions: Data-driven Estimation of Dialogue Costs and Confidence Thresholds
Gabriel Skantze
206–210
On the Training Data Requirements for an Automatic Dialogue Annotation Technique
Carlos D. Martínez-Hinarejos
211–214
Practical Dialogue Manager Development using POMDPs
Trung H. Bui, Boris van Schooten and Dennis Hofs
215–218
Problem-Sensitive Response Generation in Human-Robot Dialogs
Petra Gieselmann and Mari Ostendorf
219–222
Rapid Development of Dialogue Systems by Grammar Compilation
Björn Bringert
223–226
Resolving "You" in Multi-Party Dialog
Surabhi Gupta, John Niekrasz, Matthew Purver and Dan Jurafsky
227–230
SIDGRID: A Framework for Distributed, Integrated Multimodal Annotation, Archiving, and Analysis
Gina-Anne Levow, Bennett Bertenthal, Mark Hereld, Sarah Kenny, David McNeill, Michael Papka and Sonjia Waxmonsky
231–234
ScIML: Model-based Design of Voice User Interfaces
Jörn Kreutel
235–238
Tutoring in a Spoken Language Dialogue System
Jaakko Hakulinen, Markku Turunen and Kari-Jouko Räihä
239–242
Using Speech Acts in Logic-Based Rhetorical Structuring for Natural Language Generation in Human-Computer Dialogue
Vladimir Popescu, Jean Caelen and Corneliu Burileanu
243–246
Dialogue Management for Automatic Troubleshooting and other Problem-solving Applications
Johan Boye
247–255
Implicitly-supervised Learning in Spoken Language Interfaces: an Application to the Confidence Annotation Problem
Dan Bohus and Alexander Rudnicky
256–264
Planning Dialog Actions
Mark Steedman and Ronald Petrick
265–272
Statistical User Simulation with a Hidden Agenda
Jost Schatzmann, Blaise Thomson and Steve Young
273–282
An Empirically Based Computational Model of Grounding in Dialogue
Harry Bunt, Roser Morante and Simon Keizer
283–290
Pragmatic Usage of Linear Regression Models for the Prediction of User Judgments
Klaus-Peter Engelbrecht and Sebastian Möller
291–294