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PLOW: A Collaborative Task Learning Agent
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This paper describes a system that learns executable task models from a single collaborative learning session consisting of demonstration, explanation and dialogue. Expand
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Deep Semantic Analysis of Text
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We describe a graphical logical form language for expressing a significant amount of the semantic content in natural text. Expand
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Event Realization and Default Aspect
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We formalize event realization and capture thetelicity-dependent patterns of aspectual reference onwhich it is based by combining Krifka's (1989, 1992,1998) event lattices with a model-theoreticinterpretation of Klein's (1994) theory of tense andaspect. Expand
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Chester: Towards a personal medication advisor
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Dialogue systems for health communication hold out the promise of providing intelligent assistance to patients through natural interfaces that require no training to use. Expand
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Software architectures for incremental understanding of human speech
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The prevalent state of the art in spoken language understanding by spoken dialog systems is both modular and whole-utterance. Expand
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Impact of care coordination on Australia's mental health service delivery system.
Care coordination models have developed in response to the recognition that Australia's health and welfare service system can be difficult to access, navigate and is often inefficient in caring forExpand
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The Medication Advisor Project: Preliminary Report
The Medication Advisor is the latest project of the Conversational Interaction and Spoken Dialogue research group at the University of Rochester. The goal of the project is an intelligent assistantExpand
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Incremental Dialogue System Faster than and Preferred to its Nonincremental Counterpart
Incremental Dialogue System Faster than and Preferred to its Nonincremental Counterpart Gregory Aist 1 (gregory.aist@asu.edu), James Allen 2 (james@cs.rochester.edu), Ellen Campana 2,3,4,5Expand
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Towards a Personal Health Management Assistant
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We describe design and prototyping efforts for a Personal Health Management Assistant for heart failure patients as part of Project HealthDesign. Expand
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Linking Semantic and Knowledge Representations in a Multi-Domain Dialogue System
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We propose an architecture that provides both portability and efficiency in natural language interpretation by maintaining separate semantic and domain knowledge representations, and integrating them via an ontology mapping procedure. Expand
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