Proceedings of the HLT-NAACL 2004 Workshop on Spoken Language Understanding for Conversational Systems and Higher Level Linguistic Information for Speech Processing


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W04-30
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May 2 - May 7
Year:
2004
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Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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WS
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Association for Computational Linguistics
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Proceedings of the HLT-NAACL 2004 Workshop on Spoken Language Understanding for Conversational Systems and Higher Level Linguistic Information for Speech Processing

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Invited Talk: Sentence Interpretation using Stochastic Finite State Transducers
Renato De Mori

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Hybrid Statistical and Structural Semantic Modeling for Thai Multi-Stage Spoken Language Understanding
Chai Wutiwiwatchai | Sadaoki Furui

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Interactive Machine Learning Techniques for Improving SLU Models
Lee Begeja | Bernard Renger | David Gibbon | Zhu Liu | Behzad Shahraray

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Virtual Modality: a Framework for Testing and Building Multimodal Applications
Péter Pál Boda | Edward Filisko

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Automatic Call Routing with Multiple Language Models
Qiang Huang | Stephen Cox

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Error Detection and Recovery in Spoken Dialogue Systems
Edward Filisko | Stephanie Seneff

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Robustness Issues in a Data-Driven Spoken Language Understanding System
Yulan He | Steve Young

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Invited Talk: Spoken Language Understanding: The Research/Industry Chasm
Roberto Pieraccini

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Using Higher-level Linguistic Knowledge for Speech Recognition Error Correction in a Spoken Q/A Dialog
Minwoo Jeong | Byeongchang Kim | Gary Geunbae Lee

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Speech Recognition Models of the Interdependence Among Syntax, Prosody, and Segmental Acoustics
Mark Hasegawa-Johnson | Jennifer Cole | Chilin Shih | Ken Chen | Aaron Cohen | Sandra Chavarria | Heejin Kim | Taejin Yoon | Sarah Borys | Jeung-Yoon Choi

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Modeling Prosodic Consistency for Automatic Speech Recognition: Preliminary Investigations
Ernest> Pusateri | James Glass

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Assigning Domains to Speech Recognition Hypotheses
Klaus Rüggenmann | Iryna Gurevych

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Context Sensing using Speech and Common Sense
Nathan Eagle | Push Singh