IEEE, SPS, ACL, ISCA

Organizing Chairs:

Dilek Hakkani-Tür, Microsoft

Mari Ostendorf, U. Washington

Finance Chair:

Gokhan Tur, Microsoft

Advisory Board:

Mazin Gilbert, AT&T Labs - Research

Srinivas Bangalore, AT&T Labs - Research

Giuseppe Riccardi, U. Trento

Technical Chairs:

Isabel Trancoso, INESC-ID, Portugal

Tim Paek, Microsoft Research

Area Chairs:

Julia Hirschberg, Columbia Univ.

Hermann Ney, RWTH Aachen

Andreas Stolcke, SRI International/ICSI

Ye-Yi Wang, Microsoft Research

Demo Chairs:

Alex Potamianos, Tech. U. of Crete

Mikko Kurimo, Helsinki U. of Tech.

Publicity Chair:

Bhuvana Ramabhadran, IBM

Benoit Favre, U. Le Mans

Panel Chairs:

Sadaoki Furui, Tokyo Inst. Of Tech.

Eric Fosler-Lussier, Ohio State U.

Publication Chair:

Yang Liu, U. Texas, Dallas

Local Organizers:

Dimitra Vergryi, SRI International

Murat Akbacak, SRI International

Arindam Mandal, SRI International

Sibel Yaman, IBM Research

Europe Liaisons:

Frederic Bechet, U. Marseille

Philipp Koehn, U. Edinburgh

Asia Liaisons:

Helen Meng, C. U. Hong Kong

Gary Geunbae Lee, POSTECH

Technical Program

P4: Spoken Dialog Systems

Session Type: Poster
Time: Tuesday, December 14, 16:00 - 17:30
Location: Horizon+Lanai
 
P4.1: COLLECTION OF USER JUDGMENTS ON SPOKEN DIALOG SYSTEM WITH CROWDSOURCING
         Zhaojun Yang; Chinese University of Hong Kong
         Baichuan Li; Chinese University of Hong Kong
         Yi Zhu; Chinese University of Hong Kong
         Irwin King; Chinese University of Hong Kong
         Gina Levow; Chinese University of Hong Kong
         Helen Meng; Chinese University of Hong Kong
 
P4.2: PREDICTING USER EVALUATIONS OF SPOKEN DIALOG SYSTEMS USING SEMI-SUPERVISED LEARNING
         Baichuan Li; Chinese University of Hong Kong
         Zhaojun Yang; Chinese University of Hong Kong
         Yi Zhu; Chinese University of Hong Kong
         Helen Meng; Chinese University of Hong Kong
         Gina Levow; University of Washington
         Irwin King; Chinese University of Hong Kong
 
P4.3: GETTING IT RIGHT THE SECOND TIME: RECOGNITION OF SPOKEN CORRECTIONS
         Keith Vertanen; University of Cambridge
         Per Ola Kristensson; University of Cambridge
 
P4.4: COMPUTING CONFIDENCE SCORE OF ANY INPUT PHRASES FOR A SPOKEN DIALOG SYSTEM
         Feng Lin; Fudan University
         Fuliang Weng; Research and Technology Center
 
P4.5: A STUDY OF CALLER RESPONSE INTERVALS IN SPOKEN DIALOG SYSTEMS
         Silke Witt; TuVox
         Walter Rolandi; TuVox
         Elaine Zuber; TuVox
         Araceli Master; TuVox
         Ted Brooks; TuVox
         Rebecca Loose; Cisco Systems
 
P4.6: SPOKEN COMMAND OF LARGE MOBILE ROBOTS IN OUTDOOR ENVIRONMENTS
         Ekapol Chuangsuwanich; Massachusetts Institute of Technology
         Scott Cyphers; Massachusetts Institute of Technology
         James Glass; Massachusetts Institute of Technology
         Seth Teller; Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 
P4.7: TOWARD BETTER CROWDSOURCED TRANSCRIPTION: TRANSCRIPTION OF A YEAR OF THE LET’S GO BUS INFORMATION SYSTEM DATA
         Gabriel Parent; Carnegie Mellon University
         Maxine Eskenazi; Carnegie Mellon University
 
P4.8: WIZARDS’ DIALOGUE STRATEGIES TO HANDLE NOISY SPEECH RECOGNITION
         Tiziana Ligorio; City University of New York
         Susan Epstein; Hunter College of The City University of New York
         Rebecca Passonneau; Center for Computational Learning Systems
 
P4.9: MODELING CONFIRMATIONS FOR EXAMPLE-BASED DIALOG MANAGEMENT
         Kyungduk Kim; Pohang University of Science and Technology
         Chengjae Lee; Pohang University of Science and Technology
         Donghyeon Lee; Pohang University of Science and Technology
         Junhwi Choi; Pohang University of Science and Technology
         Sangkeun Jung; Samsung Electronics
         Gary Geunbae Lee; Pohang University of Science and Technology
 
P4.10: CONTENDER
         David Suendermann; SpeechCycle Labs
         Jackson Liscombe; SpeechCycle Labs
         Roberto Pieraccini; SpeechCycle Labs
 
P4.11: TRIGRAM DIALOGUE CONTROL USING POMDPS
         Yasuhiro Minami; NTT Corporation
         Ryuichiro Higashinaka; NTT Corporation
         Kohji Dohsaka; NTT Corporation
         Toyomi Meguro; NTT Corporation
         Eisaku Maeda; NTT Corporation
 
P4.12: INTERACTION BETWEEN DIALOG STRUCTURE AND COREFERENCE RESOLUTION
         Amanda Stent; AT&T Labs-Research
         Srinivas Bangalore; AT&T Labs-Research
 
P4.13: RAPID AND INEXPENSIVE DEVELOPMENT OF SPEECH ACTION CLASSIFIERS FOR NATURAL LANGUAGE CALL ROUTING SYSTEMS
         Ea-Ee Jan; IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
         Brian Kingsbury; IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
 
P4.14: DIALOGUE STRATEGY OPTIMIZATION TO ASSIST USER’S DECISION FOR SPOKEN CONSULTING DIALOGUE SYSTEMS
         Teruhisa Misu; National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
         Komei Sugiura; National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
         Kiyonori Ohtake; National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
         Chiori Hori; National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
         Hideki Kashioka; National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
         Hisashi Kawai; National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
         Satoshi Nakamura; National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
 
P4.15: CORRECTION OF PHONEME RECOGNITION ERRORS IN WORD LEARNING THROUGH SPEECH INTERACTION
         Xiang Zuo; Kyoto Institute of Technology
         Taisuke Sumii; Kyoto Institute of Technology
         Naoto Iwahashi; national institute of information and communications technology
         Kotaro Funakoshi; Honda Research Institute Japan Co., Ltd.
         Mikio Nakano; Honda Research Institute Japan Co., Ltd.
         Natsuki Oka; Kyoto Institute of Technology