Towards a cognitively motivated processing of turn-taking signals for the embodied conversational agent Max

Leßmann N, Kranstedt A, Wachsmuth I (2004)
In: Proceedings Workshop Embodied Conversational Agents: Balanced Perception and Action. New York: IEEE Computer Society: 57-64.

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Max is a human-size conversational agent that employs synthetic speech, gesture, gaze, and facial display to act in cooperative construction tasks taking place in immersive virtual reality. In the mixed-initiative dialogs involved in our research scenario, turn-taking abilities and dialog competences play a crucial role for Max to appear as a convincing multimodal communication partner. The way how they rely on Max’s perception of the user and, in special, how turn-taking signals are handled in the agent’s cognitive architecture is the focus of this paper.
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3rd International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems, AAMAS 2004
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New York, NY, USA
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2004-07-19 – 2004-07-23
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Leßmann N, Kranstedt A, Wachsmuth I. Towards a cognitively motivated processing of turn-taking signals for the embodied conversational agent Max. In: Proceedings Workshop Embodied Conversational Agents: Balanced Perception and Action. New York: IEEE Computer Society; 2004: 57-64.
Leßmann, N., Kranstedt, A., & Wachsmuth, I. (2004). Towards a cognitively motivated processing of turn-taking signals for the embodied conversational agent Max. Proceedings Workshop Embodied Conversational Agents: Balanced Perception and Action, 57-64.
Leßmann, N., Kranstedt, A., and Wachsmuth, I. (2004). “Towards a cognitively motivated processing of turn-taking signals for the embodied conversational agent Max” in Proceedings Workshop Embodied Conversational Agents: Balanced Perception and Action (New York: IEEE Computer Society), 57-64.
Leßmann, N., Kranstedt, A., & Wachsmuth, I., 2004. Towards a cognitively motivated processing of turn-taking signals for the embodied conversational agent Max. In Proceedings Workshop Embodied Conversational Agents: Balanced Perception and Action. New York: IEEE Computer Society, pp. 57-64.
N. Leßmann, A. Kranstedt, and I. Wachsmuth, “Towards a cognitively motivated processing of turn-taking signals for the embodied conversational agent Max”, Proceedings Workshop Embodied Conversational Agents: Balanced Perception and Action, New York: IEEE Computer Society, 2004, pp.57-64.
Leßmann, N., Kranstedt, A., Wachsmuth, I.: Towards a cognitively motivated processing of turn-taking signals for the embodied conversational agent Max. Proceedings Workshop Embodied Conversational Agents: Balanced Perception and Action. p. 57-64. IEEE Computer Society, New York (2004).
Leßmann, Nadine, Kranstedt, Alfred, and Wachsmuth, Ipke. “Towards a cognitively motivated processing of turn-taking signals for the embodied conversational agent Max”. Proceedings Workshop Embodied Conversational Agents: Balanced Perception and Action. New York: IEEE Computer Society, 2004. 57-64.
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