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6th SIGdialWorkshop on Discourse and Dialogue

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Lisbon, Portugal, 2-3 September 2005
(held in conjunction with Eurospeech/Interspeech 2005)


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Table of Contents
Author Index


Long papers

Where do we go from here? Research and Commercial Spoken Dialog Systems
Roberto Pieraccini and Juan Huerta
pp. 1-10
Early Preparation of Experimentally Elicited Minimal Responses
Wieneke Wesseling and R. J. J. H. van Son
pp. 11-18
Accenting Deaccenting and Information Structure in Italian Dialogue
Cinzia Avesani and Mario Vayra
pp. 19-24
Partially Observable Markov Decision Processes with Continuous Observations for Dialogue Management
Jason D. Williams, Pascal Poupart and Steve Young
pp. 25-34
The Markov Assumption in Spoken Dialogue Management
Tim Paek and David Maxwell Chickering
pp. 35-44
Quantitative Evaluation of User Simulation Techniques for Spoken Dialogue Systems
Jost Schatzmann, Kallirroi Georgila and Steve Young
pp. 45-54
Automatic Induction of Language Model Data for A Spoken Dialogue System
Grace Chung, Stephanie Seneff and Chao Wang
pp. 55-64
Does this Answer your Question? Towards Dialogue Management for Restricted Domain Question Answering Systems
Matthias Denecke and Norihito Yasuda
pp. 65-76
Using Machine Learning for Non-Sentential Utterance Classification
Raquel FernŠndez, Jonathan Ginzburg and Shalom Lappin
pp. 77-86
Using Bigrams to Identify Relationships Between Student Certainness States and Tutor Responses in a Spoken Dialogue Corpus
Kate Forbes-Riley and Diane J. Litman
pp. 87-96
A Corpus Collection and Annotation Framework for Learning Multimodal Clarification Strategies
Verena Rieser, Ivana Kruijff-KorbayovŠ and Oliver Lemon
pp. 97-106
A Corpus for Studying Addressing Behavior in Multi-Party Dialogues
Natasa Jovanovic, Rieks op den Akker and Anton Nijholt
pp. 107-116
Meeting Structure Annotation: Data and Tools
Alexander Gruenstein, John Niekrasz and Matthew Purver
pp. 117-127
Sorry, I Didn't Catch That! - An Investigation of Non-understanding Errors and Recovery Strategies
Dan Bohus and Alexander I. Rudnicky
pp. 128-143
Developing City Name Acquisition Strategies in Spoken Dialogue Systems Via User Simulation
Ed Filisko and Stephanie Seneff
pp. 144-155
Evaluation of a Dialogue System in an Automotive Environment
Liza Hassel and Eli Hagen
pp. 155-165
Parameters for Quantifying the Interaction with Spoken Dialogue Telephone Services
Sebastian MŲller
pp. 166-177
GALATEA: A Discourse Modeller Supporting Concept-Level Error Handling in Spoken Dialogue Systems
Gabriel Skantze
pp. 178-189
A Hybrid Model for Tutorial Dialogs
Helmut Horacek and Magdalena Wolska
pp. 190-199
A Collaborative Problem-Solving Model of Dialogue
Nate Blaylock and James Allen
pp. 200-211


Short papers and demo papers

Using Language Modelling to Integrate Speech Recognition with a Flat Semantic Analysis
Dirk BŁhler, Wolfgang Minker and Artha Elciyanti
pp. 212-216
Speech-Controlled Media File Selection on Embedded Systems
Yu-Fang H. Wang, Stefan W. Hamerich, Marcus E. Hennecke and Volker M. Schubert
pp. 217-221
Adaptation of an Automotive Dialogue System to Users' Expertise
Lisa Hassel and Eli Hagen
pp. 222-226
DialogDesigner - A Tool for Rapid System Design and Evaluation
Hans Dybkjśr and Laila Dybkjśr
pp. 227-231
Dealing with Doctors: A Virtual Human for Non-team Interaction
David Traum, William Swartout, Jonathan Gratch, Stacy Marsella, Patrick Kenny, Eduard Hovy, Shri Narayanan, Ed Fast, Bilyana Martinovski, Rahul Baghat, Susan Robinson, Andrew Marshall, Dagen Wang, Sudeep Gandhe and Anton Leuski
pp. 232-236
Meet Hans Christian Andersen
Niels Ole Bernsen and Laila Dybkjśr
pp. 237-241
How to do Dialogue in a Fairy-tale World
Johan Boye and Joakim Gustafson
pp. 242-246
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