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Spoken Dialogue Systems Technology and Design

by Minker, Wolfgang.
Authors: Lee, Gary Geunbae.%editor. | Nakamura, Satoshi.%editor. | Mariani, Joseph.%editor. | SpringerLink (Online service) Physical details: XXIII, 277p. 40 illus. online resource. ISBN: 1441979344 Subject(s): Engineering. | Computer science. | Translators (Computer programs). | Engineering. | Signal, Image and Speech Processing. | User Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction. | Language Translation and Linguistics.
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Multilingual Speech Interfaces for Resource-Constrained Dialogue Systems -- Online Learning of Bayes Risk-Based Optimization -- Towards Fine-Grain User-Simulation For Spoken Dialogue Systems -- Salient Features for Anger Recognition -- Psychomime Classification and Visualization -- Trends, Challenges and Opportunities in Spoken Dialogue Research -- Dialogue Control by POMDP using Dialogue Data Statistics -- Proposal for a Practical Spoken Dialogue System Development Method -- Quality of Experiencing Multi-Modal Interaction -- Dialogue Acts Annotation to Construct Dialogue Systems for Consulting -- On the Use of N-gram Transducers for Dialogue Annotation.

Spoken Dialogue Systems Technology and Design covers all key topics in spoken language dialogue interaction, through perspectives from a variety of leading researchers. This volume brings together valuable information in the areas of spoken dialogue analysis, processing emotions in dialogue, multimodality, as well as resources and evaluation. The book also highlights comprehensive information from the field of spoken dialogue systems research and evaluation . Spoken Dialogue Systems Technology and Design is based on a selected subset of papers from the International Workshop on Spoken Dialogue Systems Technology (IWSDS) held at Kloster Irsee, Germany in 2009. There, the latest formal, corpus-based, implementational and analytical work on spoken dialogue systems technology were discussed among researchers and developers in the area from both industry and academia. The IWSDS workshop provides, since 1999, a regular forum for the presentation of research in the discourse and dialogue area to both the larger Spoken Dialogue Systems community, as well as to researchers outside this community.

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