Situated generation of multimodal deixis in task-oriented dialogue

Kranstedt A, Wachsmuth I (2004)
In: Extended abstracts of posters presented at the Third International Conference on Natural Language Generation. Belz A, Evans R, Piwek P (Eds); Technical Report No. ITRI-04-01. Brighton UK: University of Brighton: 20-23.

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This poster describes ongoing work concerning the generation of multimodal utterances, animated and visualized with the anthropomorphic agent Max. Max is a conversational agent that collaborates in cooperative construction tasks taking place in immersive virtual reality, realized in a three-side CAVE- like installation. Max is able to produce synchronized output involving synthetic speech, facial display, and gesture from descriptions of their surface form [Kopp and Wachsmuth, 2004]. Focusing on deixis here it is shown how the influence of situational characteristics in face-to-face conversation can be accounted for in the automatic generation of such descriptions in multimodal dialogue.
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Extended abstracts of posters presented at the Third International Conference on Natural Language Generation
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20-23
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Third International Conference on Natural Language Generation, INLG 2004
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Brockenhurst, UK
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2004-07-14 – 2004-07-16
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Kranstedt A, Wachsmuth I. Situated generation of multimodal deixis in task-oriented dialogue. In: Belz A, Evans R, Piwek P, eds. Extended abstracts of posters presented at the Third International Conference on Natural Language Generation. Technical Report No. ITRI-04-01. Brighton UK: University of Brighton; 2004: 20-23.
Kranstedt, A., & Wachsmuth, I. (2004). Situated generation of multimodal deixis in task-oriented dialogue. In A. Belz, R. Evans, & P. Piwek (Eds.), Technical Report No. ITRI-04-01. Extended abstracts of posters presented at the Third International Conference on Natural Language Generation (pp. 20-23). Brighton UK: University of Brighton.
Kranstedt, A., and Wachsmuth, I. (2004). “Situated generation of multimodal deixis in task-oriented dialogue” in Extended abstracts of posters presented at the Third International Conference on Natural Language Generation, Belz, A., Evans, R., and Piwek, P. eds. Technical Report No. ITRI-04-01 (Brighton UK: University of Brighton), 20-23.
Kranstedt, A., & Wachsmuth, I., 2004. Situated generation of multimodal deixis in task-oriented dialogue. In A. Belz, R. Evans, & P. Piwek, eds. Extended abstracts of posters presented at the Third International Conference on Natural Language Generation. Technical Report No. ITRI-04-01. Brighton UK: University of Brighton, pp. 20-23.
A. Kranstedt and I. Wachsmuth, “Situated generation of multimodal deixis in task-oriented dialogue”, Extended abstracts of posters presented at the Third International Conference on Natural Language Generation, A. Belz, R. Evans, and P. Piwek, eds., Technical Report No. ITRI-04-01, Brighton UK: University of Brighton, 2004, pp.20-23.
Kranstedt, A., Wachsmuth, I.: Situated generation of multimodal deixis in task-oriented dialogue. In: Belz, A., Evans, R., and Piwek, P. (eds.) Extended abstracts of posters presented at the Third International Conference on Natural Language Generation. Technical Report No. ITRI-04-01. p. 20-23. University of Brighton, Brighton UK (2004).
Kranstedt, Alfred, and Wachsmuth, Ipke. “Situated generation of multimodal deixis in task-oriented dialogue”. Extended abstracts of posters presented at the Third International Conference on Natural Language Generation. Ed. Anja Belz, Roger Evans, and Paul Piwek. Brighton UK: University of Brighton, 2004. Technical Report No. ITRI-04-01. 20-23.
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