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Dialogue modelling

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Publications

  • Howes, C. & Eshghi, A. (2021). Feedback relevance spaces: Interactional constraints on processing contexts in Dynamic Syntax. Journal of Logic, Language and Information, . [More] 
  • Howes, C., Chatzikyriakidis, S., Ek, A. & Somashekarappa, V., editors. (2020). Proceedings of the Probability and Meaning Conference (PaM 2020), Gothenburg, Association for Computational Linguistics. [More] 
  • Larsson, S., Howes, C. & Bondarenko, A (2020). Could you spell that again please? Towards a Formal Model of Grounding in Directory Enquiries. In First AISB Symposium on Conversational AI (SoCAI). [More] 
  • Maraev, V., Breitholtz, E. & Howes, C (2020). How do you make an AI get the joke? Here's what I found on the web. In First AISB Symposium on Conversational AI (SoCAI). [More] 
  • Breitholtz, E. & Howes, C (2020). Theirs not to reason why: Dialogical reasoning for conversational artificial agents.. In Do Robots Talk? Philosophical Implications of Describing Human-Machine Communication (DoRoTa). [More] 
  • Bondarenko, A., Howes, C. & Larsson, S. (2019). Directory Enquiries Corpus. Available via the Open Science Framework at: https://osf.io/2vjkh/. [More] 
  • Howes, C., Bondarenko, A. & Larsson, S (2019). Good call! Grounding in a Directory Enquiries Corpus. In Proceedings of the 23rd Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue. London, United Kingdom : SEMDIAL. [More] 
  • Eshghi, A., Maraev, V., Howes, C., Hough, J. & Mazzocconi, C (2019). "What are you laughing at?" Incremental Processing of Laughter in Interaction. In Proceedings of the 23rd Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue. London, United Kingdom : SEMDIAL. [More] 
  • Howes, C. & Eshghi, A (2019). Feedback Relevance Spaces: A Dynamic Syntax account of dialogue data. In The third Dynamic Syntax conference. [More] 
  • Maraev, V., Howes, C. & Bernardy, J.-P (2019). Predicting laughter relevance spaces in dialogue. In Proceedings of the International Workshop on Spoken Dialog System Technology. [More] 
  • Maraev, V., Mazzocconi, C., Howes, C. & Ginzburg, J (2018). Integrating laughter into spoken dialogue systems: preliminary analysis and suggested programme. In Proceedings of the FAIM/ISCA Workshop on Artificial Intelligence for Multimodal Human Robot Interaction, pages 9-14. [More] 
  • Maraev, V. & Howes, C (2018). Towards an annotation scheme for causes of laughter in dialogue. In Proceedings of the International Workshop on Spoken Dialog System Technology. [More] 
  • Howes, C. & Eshghi, A (2017). Feedback relevance spaces: The organisation of increments in conversation. In Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Computational Semantics (IWCS 2017). Association for Computational Linguisitics. [More] 
  • Eshghi, A., Howes, C., Gregoromichelaki, E., Hough, J. & Purver, M (2015). Feedback in conversation as incremental semantic update. In Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Computational Semantics (IWCS 2015), pages 261-271. London, UK : Association for Computational Linguisitics. [More] 
  • Kempson, R., Gregoromichelaki, E., Mills, G. J., Purver, M., Howes, C. & Healey, P. G (2010). On dialogue modelling, language processing dynamics, and linguistic knowledge. In Proceedings of the Linguistic Evidence 2010 Conference. Tübingen, Germany. [More] 
  • Gregoromichelaki, E., Sato, Y., Kempson, R., Gargett, A. & Howes, C (2009). Dialogue modelling and the remit of core grammar. In Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Computational Semantics, pages 128-139. Tilburg, The Netherlands : Association for Computational Linguistics. [More]