Linguistic theories in efficient multimodal reference resolution: an empirical investigation

@inproceedings{Chai2005LinguisticTI,
  title={Linguistic theories in efficient multimodal reference resolution: an empirical investigation},
  author={Joyce Yue Chai and Zahar Prasov and Joseph Blaim and Rong Jin},
  booktitle={IUI},
  year={2005}
}
Multimodal conversational interfaces provide a natural means for users to communicate with computer systems through multiple modalities such as speech, gesture, and gaze. To build effective multimodal interfaces, understanding user multimodal inputs is important. Previous linguistic and cognitive studies indicate that user language behavior does not occur randomly, but rather follows certain linguistic and cognitive principles. Therefore, this paper investigates the use of linguistic theories… CONTINUE READING
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