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Error Handling in Spoken Dialogue Systems

Château d'Oex, Vaud, Switzerland
28-31 August 2003

Papers


When to start speaking, when to stop, and how
Herbert H. Clark

User states, user strategies, and system performance: how to match the one with the other
Anton Batliner, Christian Hacker, Stefan Steidl, Elmar Nöth, Jürgen Haas

The error is the clue: breakdown in human-machine interaction
Bilyana Martinovsky, David Traum

Dialogue patterns and misunderstandings
John Aberdeen, Lisa Ferro

Dialogues with drawing
Atsushi Shimojima

Audiovisual cues to uncertainty
Marc Swerts, Emiel Krahmer, Pashiera Barkhuysen, Lennard van de Laar

Comparison of "go back" implementations in VoiceXML
Masahiro Araki, Akihiko Kaga, Takuya Nishimoto

Transcription and annotation of an apprenticeship corpus: application to the correction and self-correction strategies
Jean-Léon Bouraoui, Gwenael Bothorel, Nadine Vigouroux

Error handling in spoken dialogue systems: toward corrective dialogue
Caroline Bousquet-Vernhettes, Régis Privat, Nadine Vigouroux

Using dialog corrections to improve speech recognition
Marco Orlandi, Christopher Culy, Horacio Franco

Toward a taxonomy of communication errors
Tim Paek

Age effect on ASR performances: which dialogue recommendations for adaptive strategies
Régis Privat

Can you read this well? Error handling in a translated messaging environment
Sherri Condon, Keith Miller

Exploring human error handling strategies: implications for spoken dialogue systems
Gabriel Skantze

Using knowledge-based scores for identifying best speech recognition hypothesis
Iryna Gurevych, Robert Porzel

Using grammatical analysis to detect misrecognitions
Teresa Zollo

Interaction modeling in the SmartKom system
Thomas Portele

On the utility of decision-theoretic hidden subdialog
Tim Paek, Eric Horvitz

The impact of response wording in error correction subdialogs
Julie Goldberg, Mari Ostendorf, Katrin Kirchhoff

Prosodic synchrony for error management in human-computer interaction
Noriko Suzuki, Yasuhiro Katagiri

Recognition error handling by the speech understanding system to improve spoken dialogue systems
Caroline Bousquet-Vernhettes, Nadine Vigouroux

Process discovery for evaluating dialogue strategies
Piroska Lendvai, Laura Maruster

Multi-level error handling for tree based dialogue course management
Klaus Macherey, Oliver Bender, Hermann Ney

Handling errors and determining confirmation strategies: an object-based approach
Michael McTear, Ian O'Neill, Philip Hanna, Xingkun Liu

Dialogue management with weak speech recognition: a pragmatic approach
Florian Seydoux, Alex Trutnev, Martin Rajman

Multi-modal and modality specific error handling in the GEMINI project
Yu-Fang H. Wang, Stefan W. Hamerich, Volker Schless

User Interface Design for Spoken Dialog Systems
Mike Phillips

Context Dependent Error Handling by a Three Layered Processing Model
Michael Streit


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