Deixis: How to determine demonstrated objects using a pointing cone

Kranstedt A, Lücking A, Pfeiffer T, Rieser H, Wachsmuth I (2006)
In: Gesture in Human-Computer Interaction and Simulation. Gibet S, Courty N, Kamp J-F (Eds); Lecture notes in computer science, 3881 : Lecture notes in artificial intelligence, . Berlin: Springer: 300-311.

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Gibet , Sylvie ; Courty , Nicolas ; Kamp , Jean-François
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We present a collaborative approach towards a detailed understanding of the usage of pointing gestures accompanying referring expressions. This effort is undertaken in the context of human-machine interaction integrating empirical studies, theory of grammar and logics, and simulation techniques. In particular, we attempt to measure the precision of the focussed area of a pointing gesture, the so-called pointing cone. ne pointing cone serves as a central concept in a formal account of multi-modal integration at the linguistic speech-gesture interface as well as in a computational model of processing multi-modal deictic expressions.
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6th International Gesture Workshop, GW 2005, Berder Island, France, May 18 - 20, 2005
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Kranstedt A, Lücking A, Pfeiffer T, Rieser H, Wachsmuth I. Deixis: How to determine demonstrated objects using a pointing cone. In: Gibet S, Courty N, Kamp J-F, eds. Gesture in Human-Computer Interaction and Simulation. Lecture notes in computer science, 3881 : Lecture notes in artificial intelligence. Berlin: Springer; 2006: 300-311.
Kranstedt, A., Lücking, A., Pfeiffer, T., Rieser, H., & Wachsmuth, I. (2006). Deixis: How to determine demonstrated objects using a pointing cone. In S. Gibet, N. Courty, & J. - F. Kamp (Eds.), Lecture notes in computer science, 3881 : Lecture notes in artificial intelligence. Gesture in Human-Computer Interaction and Simulation (pp. 300-311). Berlin: Springer.
Kranstedt, A., Lücking, A., Pfeiffer, T., Rieser, H., and Wachsmuth, I. (2006). “Deixis: How to determine demonstrated objects using a pointing cone” in Gesture in Human-Computer Interaction and Simulation, ed. S. Gibet, N. Courty, and J. - F. Kamp Lecture notes in computer science, 3881 : Lecture notes in artificial intelligence (Berlin: Springer), 300-311.
Kranstedt, A., et al., 2006. Deixis: How to determine demonstrated objects using a pointing cone. In S. Gibet, N. Courty, & J. - F. Kamp, eds. Gesture in Human-Computer Interaction and Simulation. Lecture notes in computer science, 3881 : Lecture notes in artificial intelligence. Berlin: Springer, pp. 300-311.
A. Kranstedt, et al., “Deixis: How to determine demonstrated objects using a pointing cone”, Gesture in Human-Computer Interaction and Simulation, S. Gibet, N. Courty, and J.-F. Kamp, eds., Lecture notes in computer science, 3881 : Lecture notes in artificial intelligence, Berlin: Springer, 2006, pp.300-311.
Kranstedt, A., Lücking, A., Pfeiffer, T., Rieser, H., Wachsmuth, I.: Deixis: How to determine demonstrated objects using a pointing cone. In: Gibet , S., Courty , N., and Kamp , J.-F. (eds.) Gesture in Human-Computer Interaction and Simulation. Lecture notes in computer science, 3881 : Lecture notes in artificial intelligence. p. 300-311. Springer, Berlin (2006).
Kranstedt, Alfred, Lücking, Andy, Pfeiffer, Thies, Rieser, Hannes, and Wachsmuth, Ipke. “Deixis: How to determine demonstrated objects using a pointing cone”. Gesture in Human-Computer Interaction and Simulation. Ed. Sylvie Gibet, Nicolas Courty, and Jean-François Kamp. Berlin: Springer, 2006. Lecture notes in computer science, 3881 : Lecture notes in artificial intelligence. 300-311.
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