By Jan van Kuppevelt, Laila Dybkjær, Niels Ole Bernsen

ISBN-10: 1402039328

ISBN-13: 9781402039324

ISBN-10: 1402039336

ISBN-13: 9781402039331

References seventy four half II Annotation and research of Multimodal facts: Speech and Gesture four shape seventy nine Craig H. Martell 1. creation seventy nine 2. constitution of shape eighty three. Annotation Graphs eighty five four. Annotation instance 86 five. initial Inter-Annotator contract effects 88 6. end: purposes to HLT and HCI? ninety Appendix: different instruments, Schemes and strategies of Gesture research ninety one References ninety five five ninety seven at the Relationships between Speech, Gestures, and item Manipulation in digital Environments: preliminary facts Andrea Corradini and Philip R. Cohen 1. advent ninety seven 2. research ninety nine three. information research one zero one four. effects 103 five. dialogue 106 6. similar paintings 106 7. destiny paintings 108 eight. Conclusions 108 Appendix: Questionnaire MYST III - EXILE a hundred and ten References 111 6 113 Analysing Multimodal communique Patrick G. T. Healey, Marcus Colman and Mike Thirlwell 1. creation 113 2. Breakdown and service 117 three. Analysing Communicative Co-ordination a hundred twenty five four. dialogue 126 References 127 7 131 Do Oral Messages support visible seek? Noëlle Carbonell and Suzanne Kieffer 1. Context and Motivation 131 2. method and Experimental Set-Up 134 three. effects: Presentation and dialogue 141 four. end 153 References 154 Contents vii eight 159 Geometric and Statistical ways to Audiovisual Segmentation Trevor Darrell, John W. Fisher III, Kevin W. Wilson, and Michael R. Siracusa 1. advent 159 2. similar paintings one hundred sixty three. Multimodal Multisensor area 162 four. effects 166 five. unmarried Multimodal Sensor area 167 6.

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Given literature on the relationship between user personality and preference for computer behaviour, we were concerned that subjects might respond differentially based on predisposition. Thus, we also included composite measures for introversion and extroversion on the questionnaire. Extrovertedness was an index composed of seven Wiggins [Wiggins, 1979] extrovert adjective items: Cheerful, Enthusiastic, Extroverted, Jovial, Outgo- Social Dialogue with Embodied Conversational Agents 43 ing, and Perky.

2000). Human Conversation as a System Framework: Designing Embodied Conversational Agents. In Embodied Conversational Agents, pages 29–63. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Dehn, D. and van Mulken, S. (2000). The Impact of Animated Interface Agents: A Review of Empirical Research. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 52:1–22. edu Abstract The functions of social dialogue between people in the context of performing a task is discussed, as well as approaches to modelling such dialogue in embodied conversational agents.

Weather, aspects of the interlocutor’s physical environment) or in which personal experiences, preferences, and opinions are shared [Laver, 1981]. Even in business or sales meetings, it is customary (at least in American culture) to begin with some amount of small talk before “getting down to business”. 1 The Functions of Social Dialogue The purpose of small talk is primarily to build rapport and trust among the interlocutors, provide time for them to “size each other up”, establish an interactional style, and to allow them to establish their reputations [Dunbar, 1996].

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