Context cues for classification of competitive and collaborative overlaps

  title={Context cues for classification of competitive and collaborative overlaps},
  author={Catharine Oertel and Wojnar Marcin and odarczak and Alexey Tarasov and N. Campbell and Petra Wagner},
Being able to respond appropriately to users’ overlaps should be seen as one of the core competencies of incremental dialogue systems. At the same time identifying whether an interlocutor wants to support or grab the turn is a task which comes naturally to humans, but has not yet been implemented in such systems. Motivated by this we first investigate whether prosodic characteristics of speech in the vicinity of overlaps are significantly different from prosodic characteristics in the vicinity… CONTINUE READING

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