Pascal Filoche

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In this paper we present the implementation and expert evaluation of a speech centric multimodal demonstrator that has been developed in the EURESCOM MUST project (MUltimodal, multilingual information Services for small mobile Terminals). The demonstrator is a tourist guide for Paris. The paper focuses on the technical implementation and interface design of(More)
This paper presents the EURESCOM1 project MusT, (MUltimodal, multilingual information Services for small mobile Terminals). The project started in Febru­ ary 2001 and will last till the end of 2002. Based on existing technologies and plat­ forms a multimodal demonstrator (the MUST tourist guide to Paris) has been implemented. This demonstrator uses speech(More)
Automatically generated content is ubiquitous in the web: dynamic sites built using the three-tier paradigm are good examples (e.g., commercial sites, blogs and other sites edited using web authoring software), as well as less legitimate spamdexing attempts (e.g., link farms, faked directories). Those pages built using the same generating method (template(More)
In this paper we present the implementation and expert evaluation of a speech centric multimodal demonstrator that has been developed in the EURESCOM1 MUST project (MUltimodal, multilingual information Services for small mo­ bile Terminals). The demonstrator is a tourist guide for Paris. The paper fo­ cuses on the technical implementation and interface(More)
INTRODUCTION Co-infection with Pneumocystis jiroveci and Mycobacterium tuberculosis is rarely reported in patients without HIV infection. CASE REPORT We report the case of a 30 year old woman admitted to hospital for respiratory distress associated with a diffuse infiltrative pneumopathy. Corticosteroid therapy had been started two months earlier for(More)
BACKGROUND Dermatomyositis is a rare and serious inflammatory connective tissue disease characterized by a typical cutaneous rash and myopathy. Amyopathic dermatomyositis is a particular form of dermatomyositis involving only cutaneous signs and without myopathy present for over 2 years. PATIENTS AND METHODS A 48 year-old woman presented with a 3-year(More)
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