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We describe a dialogue evaluation plan for a multi-character virtual reality training simulation. A multi-component evaluation plan is presented, including user satisfaction, intended task… (More)
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We demonstrate a monolithically integrated quadrature coherent receiver PIC on an InP substrate with a 90° optical hybrid and two balanced 56GHz pin-photodetectors. The presented devices enable the… (More)
This paper reviews nine available transcription and annotation tools, considering in particular the special difficulties arising from transcribing and annotating multi-party, multi-modal dialogue.… (More)
We demonstrate a balanced 80GHz pin-photodetector chip with excellent responsivity, dark current and polarisation dependent loss. The device focuses on next generation optical networks with… (More)
We demonstrate a monolithically integrated quadrature coherent receiver photonic integrated circuit (PIC) on an InP substrate. The PIC comprises a 90° optical hybrid, a variable optical attenuator… (More)
We demonstrate a high-responsivity (0.52 A/W) and high-linearity 50 GHz photodiode module based on an MMI-Splitter and a 4×PD-Array with +3.5 dBm RF-power at 50 GHz and an OIP3 of >25 dBm at 40 GHz.
We report on the design, packaging and experimental characterization of a waveguide photodetector monolithically integrated with a 1×4 MMI coupler and a vertically-tapered spotsize converter. The… (More)
This paper describes the development of a multi-modal corpus based on multi-party multi-task driven common goal oriented spoken language interaction. The data consists of approximately 10 hours of… (More)
We demonstrate a high-power and high-linearity photodiode module based on a 1×4 MMI-Splitter and a 4×PD-Array. The module achieved 10 dBm output power at 10 GHz and an OIP3 of >20 dBm at 20 GHz.