Proceedings of the 9th SIGdial Workshop on Discourse and Dialogue

David Schlangen (University of Potsdam, Germany)
Beth Ann Hockey (UC Santa Cruz, USA)

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pdf ps bib Front matter
pdf ps bib Optimizing Endpointing Thresholds using Dialogue Features in a Spoken Dialogue System
Antoine Raux and Maxine Eskenazi
pp. 1–10
pdf ps bib Response-Based Confidence Annotation for Spoken Dialogue Systems
Alexander Gruenstein
pp. 11–20
pdf ps bib Learning N-Best Correction Models from Implicit User Feedback in a Multi-Modal Local Search Application
Dan Bohus, Xiao Li, Patrick Nguyen and Geoffrey Zweig
pp. 21–28
pdf ps bib Agreement and Disputes in Dialogue
Alex Lascarides and Nicholas Asher
pp. 29–36
pdf ps bib Reactive Redundancy and Listener Comprehension in Direction-Giving
Rachel Baker, Alastair Gill and Justine Cassell
pp. 37–45
pdf ps bib Semantic negotiation in dialogue: the mechanisms of alignment
Gregory Mills and Pat Healey
pp. 46–53
pdf ps bib Degrees of Grounding Based on Evidence of Understanding
Antonio Roque and David Traum
pp. 54–63
pdf ps bib Rapidly Deploying Grammar-Based Speech Applications with Active Learning and Back-off Grammars
Tim Paek, Sudeep Gandhe and Max Chickering
pp. 64–67
pdf ps bib Persistent Information State in a Data-Centric Architecture
Sebastian Varges, Giuseppe Riccardi and Silvia Quarteroni
pp. 68–71
pdf ps bib Speaking without knowing what to say... or when to end
Anna Hjalmarsson
pp. 72–75
pdf ps bib Learning Contrastive Connectives in Sentence Realization Ranking
Crystal Nakatsu
pp. 76–79
pdf ps bib What Are Meeting Summaries? An Analysis of Human Extractive Summaries in Meeting Corpus
Fei Liu and Yang Liu
pp. 80–83
pdf ps bib A Simple Method for Resolution of Definite Reference in a Shared Visual Context
Alexander Siebert and David Schlangen
pp. 84–87
pdf ps bib A Framework for Building Conversational Agents Based on a Multi-Expert Model
Mikio Nakano, Kotaro Funakoshi, Yuji Hasegawa and Hiroshi Tsujino
pp. 88–91
pdf ps bib From GEMINI to DiaGen: Improving Development of Speech Dialogues for Embedded Systems
Stefan Hamerich
pp. 92–95
pdf ps bib Quantifying Ellipsis in Dialogue: an index of mutual understanding
Marcus Colman, Arash Eshghi and Pat Healey
pp. 96–99
pdf ps bib Implicit Proposal Filtering in Multi-Party Consensus-Building Conversations
Yasuhiro Katagiri, Yosuke Matsusaka, Yasuharu Den, Mika Enomoto, Masato Ishizaki and Katsuya Takanashi
pp. 100–103
pdf ps bib Optimal Dialog in Consumer-Rating Systems using POMDP Framework
Zhifei Li, Patrick Nguyen and Geoffrey Zweig
pp. 104–111
pdf ps bib Training and Evaluation of the HIS POMDP Dialogue System in Noise
Milica Gasi\'c, Simon Keizer, Francois Mairesse, Jost Schatzmann, Blaise Thomson, Kai Yu and Steve Young
pp. 112–119
pdf ps bib A Frame-Based Probabilistic Framework for Spoken Dialog Management Using Dialog Examples
Kyungduk Kim, Cheongjae Lee, Sangkeun Jung and Gary Geunbae Lee
pp. 120–127
pdf ps bib Speaking More Like You: Lexical, Acoustic/Prosodic, and Discourse Entrainment in Spoken Dialogue Systems
Julia Hirschberg
pp. 128–128
pdf ps bib Discourse Level Opinion Relations: An Annotation Study
Swapna Somasundaran, Josef Ruppenhofer and Janyce Wiebe
pp. 129–137
pdf ps bib Argumentative Human Computer Dialogue for Automated Persuasion
Pierre Andrews, Suresh Manandhar and Marco De Boni
pp. 138–147
pdf ps bib Modeling Vocal Interaction for Text-Independent Participant Characterization in Multi-Party Conversation
Kornel Laskowski, Mari Ostendorf and Tanja Schultz
pp. 148–155
pdf ps bib Modelling and Detecting Decisions in Multi-party Dialogue
Raquel Fernández, Matthew Frampton, Patrick Ehlen, Matthew Purver and Stanley Peters
pp. 156–163
pdf ps bib User Simulation as Testing for Spoken Dialog Systems
Hua Ai and Fuliang Weng
pp. 164–171
pdf ps bib Evaluation Understudy for Dialogue Coherence Models
Sudeep Gandhe and David Traum
pp. 172–181
pdf ps bib A Framework for Model-based Evaluation of Spoken Dialog Systems
Sebastian Möller and Nigel Ward
pp. 182–189
pdf ps bib The Effect of Dialogue System Output Style Variation on Users’ Evaluation Judgments and Input Style
Ivana Kruijff-Korbayova and Olga Kukina
pp. 190–197
pdf ps bib Making Grammar-Based Generation Easier to Deploy in Dialogue Systems
David DeVault, David Traum and Ron Artstein
pp. 198–207

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