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5th SIGdialWorkshop on Discourse and Dialogue

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Proceedings of the 5th SIGdial Workshop on Discourse and Dialogue at HLT-NAACL 2004

Michael Strube, EML Research gGmbH
Candy Sidner, Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories

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pdf ps bib Usability and Acceptability Studies of Conversational Virtual Human Technology
Curry Guinn, Robert Hubal, Geoffrey Frank, Henry Schwetzke, James Zimmer, Sarah Backus, Robin Deterding, Michael Link, Polly Armsby, Rachel Caspar, Laura Flicker, Wendy Visscher, Amanda Meehan and Harvey Zelon
pp. 1-8
pdf ps bib Stochastic Language Generation in a Dialogue System: Toward a Domain Independent Generator
Nathanael Chambers and James Allen
pp. 9-18
pdf ps bib Conversational Dialogue Management in the FASiL project
Kerry Robinson, David Horowitz, Emilio Bobadilla, Mark Lascelles and Ana Suarez
pp. 19-22
pdf ps bib The NICE Fairy-tale Game System
Joakim Gustafson, Linda Bell, Johan Boye, Anders Lindström and Mats Wirén
pp. 23-26
pdf ps bib Combining Acoustic Confidences and Pragmatic Plausibility for Classifying Spoken Chess Move Instructions
Malte Gabsdil
pp. 27-30
pdf ps bib Semi-Automatic Generation of Dialogue Applications in the GEMINI Project
Stefan Hamerich, Volker Schubert, Volker Schless, Ricardo de Córdoba, José M. Pardo, Luis F. d'Haro, Basilis Kladis, Otilia Kocsis and Stefan Igel
pp. 31-34
pdf ps bib A View on Dialogue Move Taxonomies for Tutorial Dialogues
Dimitra Tsovaltzi and Elena Karagjosova
pp. 35-38
pdf ps bib Other-Initiated Self-Repairs in Estonian Information Dialogues: Solving Communication Problems in Cooperation
Olga Gerassimenko, Tiit Hennoste, Mare Koit and Andriela Rääbis
pp. 39-42
pdf ps bib But What Do They Mean? An Exploration Into the Range of Cross-Turn Expectations Denied by "But"
Kavita Thomas
pp. 43-46
pdf ps bib Anaphora Resolution in Multi-Person Dialogues
Prateek Jain, Manav Ratan Mital, Sumit Kumar, Amitabha Mukerjee and Achla M. Raina
pp. 47-50
pdf ps bib The Importance of Discourse Context for Statistical Natural Language Generation
Cassandre Cresswell and Elsi Kaiser
pp. 51-54
pdf ps bib Resolution of Lexical Ambiguities in Spoken Dialogue System
Berenike Loos and Robert Porzel
pp. 55-62
pdf ps bib Towards Automatic Identification of Discourse Markers in Dialogs: The Case of Like
Sandrine Zufferey and Andrei Popescu-Belis
pp. 63-71
pdf ps bib Bootstrapping Spoken Dialog Systems with Data Reuse
Guiseppe Di Fabbrizio, Gokhan Tur and Dilek Hakkani-Tür
pp. 72-80
pdf ps bib Speech Graffiti Habitability: What Do Users Really Say?
Stefanie Tomko and Roni Rosenfeld
pp. 81-84
pdf ps bib Acknowledgment Use with Synthesized and Recorded Prompts
Karen Ward, Tasha Hollingsed and Javier A. Aldaz Salmon
pp. 85-88
pdf ps bib Towards Automatic Addressee Identification in Multi-party Dialogues
Natasa Jovanovic and Rieks op den Akker
pp. 89-92
pdf ps bib Prosodic Cues to Discourse Segment Boundaries in Human-Computer Dialogue
Gina-Anne Levow
pp. 93-96
pdf ps bib The ICSI Meeting Recorder Dialog Act (MRDA) Corpus
Elizabeth Shriberg, Raj Dhillon, Sonali Bhagat, Jeremy Ang and Hannah Carvey
pp. 97-100
pdf ps bib Dialogue Systems that Can Handle Face-to-Face Joint Reference to Actions in Space
Justine Cassell
pp. 101-101
pdf ps bib On the Use of Confidence for Statistical Decision in Dialogue Strategies
Christian Raymond, Frédéric Béchet, Renato De Mori and Géraldine Damnati
pp. 102-107
pdf ps bib A Rule Based Approach to Discourse Parsing
Livia Polanyi, Chris Culy, Martin van den Berg, Gian Lorenzo Thione and David Ahn
pp. 108-117
pdf ps bib Unifying Annotated Discourse Hierarchies to Create a Gold Standard
Marco Carbone, Ya'akov Gal, Stuart Shieber and Barbara Grosz
pp. 118-126
pdf ps bib Discourse Dependency Structures as Constrained DAGs
Laurence Danlos
pp. 127-135
pdf ps bib Causes and Strategies for Requesting Clarification in Dialogue
David Schlangen
pp. 136-143
pdf ps bib Annotating Student Emotional States in Spoken Tutoring Dialogues
Diane J. Litman and Kate Forbes-Riley
pp. 144-153
pdf ps bib The MATE/GNOME Proposals for Anaphoric Annotation, Revisited
Massimo Poesio
pp. 154-162
pdf ps bib Multi-level Dialogue Act Tags
Alexander Clark and Andrei Popescu-Belis
pp. 163-170
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