By Jan van Kuppevelt, Laila Dybkjær, Niels Ole Bernsen
The most subject of this quantity is common multimodal interplay. The ebook is exclusive in that it brings jointly an exceptional many contributions relating to elements of normal and multimodal interplay written via some of the very important actors within the box. subject matters addressed comprise conversing heads, conversational brokers, tutoring structures, multimodal communique, laptop studying, architectures for multimodal discussion platforms, structures assessment, and knowledge annotation.
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Extra resources for Advances in Natural Multimodal Dialogue Systems (Text, Speech and Language Technology)
Dialogue 1. “Small Talk” REA. In this example, REA opens with small talk moves regarding things in her shared physical environment with the user (1-2). She then proceeds to small talk related to sponsors (after establishing that the user is a sponsor). After a few turns, enough closeness has been established (simply by doing small talk) that REA can move into task talk (6-9). However, before bringing up the topic of ﬁnance – a topic that is potentially very face threatening for the user – REA decides that additional closeness needs to be established, and moves back into small talk (10).
Facework The notion of “face” is “the positive social value a person effectively claims for himself by the social role others assume he has taken during a particular contact” [Goffman, 1967]. Interactants maintain face by having their social role accepted and acknowledged. Events which are incompatible with their line are “face threats” and are mitigated by various corrective measures if they are not to lose face. Small talk avoids face threat (and therefore maintains solidarity) by keeping conversation at a safe level of depth.
We also expected all of these SOCIAL effects to be ampliﬁed in the EMBODIED condition relative to the PHONE-only condition. 1 Experimental Methods This was a multivariate, multiple-factor, between-subjects experimental design, involving 58 subjects (69% male and 31% female). 1 Apparatus. One wall of the experiment room was a rear-projection screen. In the EMBODIED condition REA appeared life-sized on the screen, in front of the 3D virtual apartments she showed, and her synthetic voice was played through two speakers on the ﬂoor in front of the screen.
Advances in Natural Multimodal Dialogue Systems (Text, Speech and Language Technology) by Jan van Kuppevelt, Laila Dybkjær, Niels Ole Bernsen