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Shauna Concannon, Pat Healey and Matthew Purver. Taking a Stance: a Corpus Study of Reported Speech

Shauna Concannon, Pat Healey and Matthew Purver. Shifting Opinions: Experiments on Agreement and Disagreement in Dialogue

Simon Dobnik, Christine Howes and John Kelleher. Changing perspective: Local alignment of reference frames in dialogue

Ioannis Efstathiou and Oliver Lemon. Learning non-cooperative dialogue policies to beat opponent models: "The good, the bad and the ugly"

Jeroen Geertzen. Exploring age-related conversational interaction

Nadine Glas, Ken Prepin and Catherine Pelachaud. Engagement driven Topic Selection for an Information-Giving Agent

Ting Han, Casey Kennington and David Schlangen. Building and Applying Perceptually-Grounded Representations of Multimodal Scene Descriptions

Toru Hirano, Nozomi Kobayashi, Ryuichiro Higashinaka, Toshiro Makino and Yoshihiro Matsuo. User Information Extraction for Personalized Dialogue Systems

Lisa Hofmann. How far can we deviate from the performative formula?

Julian Hough, Iwan de Kok, David Schlangen and Stefan Kopp. Timing and Grounding in Motor Skill Coaching Interaction: Consequences for the Information State

Julie Hunter, Nicholas Asher, Eric Kow, Jérémy Perret and Stergos Afantenos. Defining the Right Frontier in Multi-Party Dialogue

Simon Keizer, Heriberto Cuayahuitl and Oliver Lemon. Learning Trade Negotiation Policies in Strategic Conversation

Ramesh Manuvinakurike, Maike Paetzel and David Devault. Reducing the Cost of Dialogue System Training and Evaluation with Online, Crowd-Sourced Dialogue Data Collection

Hannes Rieser. When Hands Talk to Mouth. Gesture and Speech as Autonomous Communicating Processes

Julian Schlöder and Alex Lascarides. Interpreting English Pitch Contours in Context

Sammie Tarenskeen, Mirjam Broersma and Bart Geurts. "Hand me the yellow stapler" or "hand me the yellow dress": Colour overspecification depends on object category

Ye Tian, Jonathan Ginzburg, Claire Beyssade and Yannick Mathieu. Editing Phrases


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Sara Bögels, Kobin Kendrick and Stephen Levinson. The significance of silence: Long gaps attenuate the preference for ‘yes’ responses in conversation

Ellen Breitholtz and Christine Howes: Within Reason: Categorising enthymematic reasoning in the balloon task

Lucia Castillo, Holly Branigan and Kenny Smith. Context influence vs efficiency in establishing conventions: Communities do it better

Berry Claus, Marlijn Meijer, Sophie Repp and Manfred Krifka. Are response particles not well understood? Yes/No, they aren’t! An experimental study on German ja and nein

Erik de Graaf and Simon Dobnik. KILLE: Learning Objects and Spatial Relations with Kinect

Iwan de Kok, Julian Hough, Felix Hülsmann, Thomas Waltema, Mario Botsch, David Schlangen and Stefan Kopp. Demonstrating the Dialogue System of the Intelligent Coaching Space

Paolo Dragone and Pierre Lison. Non-Sentential Utterances in Dialogue: Experiments in classification and interpretation

Arash Eshghi. DS-TTR: An incremental, semantic, contextual parser for dialogue

Christophe Fouquere and Myriam Quatrini. What could interaction mean in natural language and how could it be useful?

Sarah Hiller and Raquel Fernandez. Towards the Automatic Extraction of Corrective Feedback in Child-Adult Dialogue

Anna Hjalmarsson and Margaret Zellers. Spot the Difference - A dialog system to explore turn-taking in an interactive setting

Paul Hömke, Judith Holler and Stephen C. Levinson. Eye blinking as addressee feedback in face-to-face conversation

Srinivasan Janarthanam, Helen Hastie, Amol Deshmukh, Ruth Aylett and Mary Ellen Foster. A Reusable Interaction Management Module: Use case for Empathic Robotic Tutoring

Yasuhiro Katagiri and Katsuya Takanashi. Concern-Alignment Analysis of Consultation Dialogues

Ruth Kempson, Stergios Chatzikyriakidis and Ronnie Cann. The Interactive Building of Names

Casey Kennington, Soledad Lopez Gambino and David Schlangen. Playing a Real-world Reference Game using the Words-as-Classifiers Model of Reference Resolution

Staffan Larsson. The State of the Art in Dealing with User Answers

Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk. Polish Event-Linking Devices of przed ‘before’ cluster in conversational data – implications for Contrastive Analysis

Pierre Lison and Casey Kennington. A Toolkit for Developing Spoken Dialogue Systems with Probabilistic Rules

Sumiyo Nishiguchi. CCG for Discourse

Volha Petukhova, Harry Bunt, Andrei Malchanau and Ramkumar Aruchamy. Experimenting with grounding strategies in dialogue

Ondřej Plátek and Filip Jurčíček. Self awareness for better common ground

Louisa Pragst, Stefan Ultes, Matthias Kraus and Wolfgang Minker. Adaptive Dialogue Management in the KRISTINA Project for Multicultural Health Care Applications

Laurent Prévot, Yao Yao, Arnaud Gingold, Bernard Bel and Kam Yiu Joe Chan. Toward a scary comparative corpus: The Werewolf Spoken Corpus

Matthias A. Priesters, Malte Schilling and Stefan Kopp. Towards a Layered Framework for Embodied Language Processing in Situated Human-Robot-Interaction

Mandy Simons. How Questions and Answers Cohere

Hodgdon Stevens and Hannah Rohde. Modeling Referential Coordination as a Particle Swarm Optimization Task

Kwong-Cheong Wong and Jonathan Ginzburg. Distribution of Non-Sentential Utterances across BNC Genres: A Preliminary Report

Yanchao Yu, Oliver Lemon and Arash Eshghi. Interactive Learning through Dialogue for Multimodal Language Grounding

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