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Fri Feb 23 2007

FYI: Proceedings of 'How People Talk to Computers...'

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Message 1: Proceedings of 'How People Talk to Computers...'
Date: 23-Feb-2007
From: Kerstin Fischer <fischerinformatik.uni-hamburg.de>
Subject: Proceedings of 'How People Talk to Computers...'


The proceedings of the workshop on

'How People Talk to Computers, Robots, and Other Artificial Communication
Partners'

are free to download at

http://www.sfbtr8.uni-bremen.de/reports.html

as report No. 010-09/2006.

Contents

Introduction to the Volume
Kerstin Fischer

How Computers (Should) Talk to Humans
Robert Porzel

Analysing Feedback in HRI
Britta Wrede, Stefan Buschkaemper, Claudia Muhl and Katharina J. Rohlfing

Teaching an Autonomous Wheelchair where Things Are
Thora Tenbrink

How to Talk to Robots: Evidence from User Studies on Human-Robot Communication
Petra Gieselmann and Prisca Stenneken

To Talk or not to Talk with a Computer: On-Talk vs. Off-Talk
Anton Batliner, Christian Hacker and Elmar Noeth

How People Talk to a Virtual Human - Conversations from a Real-World
Application
Stefan Kopp

The Role of Users' Preconceptions in Talking to Computers and Robots
Kerstin Fischer

On Changing Mental Models of a Wheelchair Robot
Elena Andonova

Alignment in Human-Computer Interaction
Holly Branigan and Jamie Pearson

A Social-semiotic View of Interactive Alignment and its Computational
Instantiation
John Bateman

Reasoning on Action during Interaction
Robert Ross

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics

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