Interaction tasks

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  • In our many years in the interactive industry, we’ve witnessed more than a few projects become train wrecks. It’s happened in large and small advertising agencies, software companies, and digital agencies alike. Most of these wrecks could have been avoided. In nearly every case, the problem was that nothing held the team together, which led to clashes between stakeholders. We’ve seen the client-side project manager who was rela-tively isolated try to manage the marketing and IT departments.

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  • This book is aimed at providing applied aspects of photosynthesis. Different research groups collected their valuable results from the study of this interesting process. In this book, there are two sections: Fundamental and Applied aspects. All sections have been written by experts in their fields. Book chapters present different and new subjects, from photosynthetic inhibitors, to interaction between flowering initiation and photosynthesis. The book is the result of the effort of many experts, and I would like to take this opportunity to thank all contributors for their chapters.

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  • Clarification requests (CRs) in conversation ensure and maintain mutual understanding and thus play a crucial role in robust dialogue interaction. In this paper, we describe a corpus study of CRs in task-oriented dialogue and compare our findings to those reported in two prior studies. We find that CR behavior in task-oriented dialogue differs significantly from that in everyday conversation in a number of ways. Moreover, the dialogue type, the modality and the channel quality all influence the decision of when to clarify and at which level of the grounding process. ...

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  • In an effort to develop measures of discourse levelmanagementstrategies,this study examines a measure of the degree to which decisionmaking interactions consist of sequences of utterance functions that are linked in a decisionmaking routine. The measure is applied to 100 dyadic interactions elicited in both face-to-face and computer-mediated environments with systematic variation of task complexity and message-window size. Every utterance in the interactions is coded according to a system that identifies decision-makmg functions and other routine functions of utterances. ...

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  • Near-term spoken language systems will likely be limited in their interactive capabilities. To design them, we shall need to model how the presence or absence of speaker interaction influences spoken discourse patterns in different types of tasks. In this research, a comprehensive examination is provided of the discourse structure and performance efficiency of both interactive and noninteractive spontaneous speech in a seriated assembly task.

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  • In this paper, we argue for the need to distinguish between task and dialogue initiatives, and present a model for tracking shifts in both types of initiatives in dialogue interactions. Our model predicts the initiative holders in the next dialogue turn based on the current initiative holders and the effect that observed cues have on changing them.

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  • This paper presents a comparative evaluation of several state-of-the-art English parsers based on different frameworks. Our approach is to measure the impact of each parser when it is used as a component of an information extraction system that performs protein-protein interaction (PPI) identification in biomedical papers. We evaluate eight parsers (based on dependency parsing, phrase structure parsing, or deep parsing) using five different parse representations.

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  • Multimodal interfaces provide more flexible and compelling interaction and can enable public information kiosks to support more complex tasks for a broader community of users. MATCHKiosk is a multimodal interactive city guide which provides users with the freedom to interact using speech, pen, touch or multimodal inputs. The system responds by generating multimodal presentations that synchronize synthetic speech with a life-like virtual agent and dynamically generated graphics.

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  • This paper reviews discourse phenomena that occur frequently in task.oriented man.machine dialogs, reporting on a~n empirical study that demonstrates the necessity of handling ellipsis, anaphora, extragrammaticality, inter-sentential metalanguage, and other abbreviatory devices in order to achieve convivial user interaction. Invariably, users prefer to generate terse or fragmentary utterances instead of longer, more complete "standalone" expressions, even when given clear instructions tO the contrary.

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  • In this paper we report ongoing work on developing an interactive word alignment environment that will assist a user to quickly produce accurate full-coverage word alignment in bitexts for different language engineering tasks, such as MT lexicons and gold standards for evaluation. The system uses a graphical interface, static and dynamic resources as well as machine learning techniques. We also sketch how the system is being integrated with an automatic word aligner.

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  • A graphical user interface (GUI) is a graphical display in one or more windows containing controls, called components, that enable a user to perform interactive tasks. The user of the GUI does not have to create a script or type commands at the command line to accomplish the tasks. Unlike coding programs to accomplish tasks, the user of a GUI need notgraphical display the details of how the tasks are performed.

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  • Project 2010 is a powerful application that allows you to plan, resource, manage and report on a project no matter how large, it contains calculations, graphs. Project to web data and sharepoint information is available to be built in to the project file so that the project can be managed across continents via the internet or intranet allowing the use of a central pool of common resources to enable the project managers to efficiently interact and plan through project difficulties.

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  • Flight controls have advanced considerably throughout the years. In the earliest biplanes flown by the pioneers flight control was achieved by warping wings and control surfaces by means of wires attached to the flying controls in the cockpit. Figure 1.1 clearly shows the multiplicity of rigging and control wires on an early monoplane. Such a means of exercising control was clearly rudimentary and usually barely adequate for the task in hand.

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  • The aims outlined here are completely interdependent. Students cannot be taught concepts, skills and processes unless they find their encounters with language meaningful. Students will not respect language and their use of it unless they feel it contributes to their sense of understanding of the world. In trying to achieve these objectives it is vital that teachers introduce students to texts which create a meaningful context and invite dialogue and interaction.

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  • Paper format The Speaking test contains four parts. 15 minutes. 4. Two candidates and two examiners. One examiner acts as both interlocutor and assessor and manages the interaction either by asking questions or by providing cues for candidates. The other acts as assessor and does not join in the conversation. Short exchanges with the interlocutor and with the other candidate; a one-minute ‘long turn’; a collaborative task involving the two candidates; a three-way discussion. Exchanging personal and factual information, expressing and finding out about attitudes and opinions.

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  • Project 2010 is a powerful application that allows you to plan, resource, manage and report on a project no matter how large, it contains calculations, graphs. Project to web data and sharepoint information is available to be built in to the project file so that the project can be managed across continents via the internet or intranet allowing the use of a central pool of common resources to enable the project managers to efficiently interact and plan through project difficulties.

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  • As other populations of older adults (e.g. individuals with Parkinson disease or other ailments or people in assisted living arrangements) may be more difficult to study,we chose a population of healthy high-functioning individuals for our first attempt to study decision making in the elderly. Each subject completed an individually administered interview, involving a written questionnaire and several interactive tasks. On average, subjects of both populations took 50 min to complete the interview. For all areas of the investigation involving monetary rewards, real cash was used.

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  • If you’re an iOS app developer, chances are you’ll be using table views somewhere in your development projects. Table views are the bread and butter of iOS apps. With them, you can create everything from the simplest of lists to fully tricked-out user interfaces. Table views are one of the more complex components found in UIKit. Using them for (potentially boring!) standard user interfaces is quite simple, but customizing them can become much more challenging. This book has a task-oriented focus to assist you when implementing customized table views.

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  • As the project unfolds, the manager can track tasks that are on schedule, those that are lagging and those that are critical. At the end of the project, the manager can go back over the project plan to see what was close to the mark and what needs improvement in the future. This is but a fraction of what Project Management Software can do for complex management assignments. While many, if not most PR practitioners do not use such software today, it may make sense to look into it and to see if your organization can...

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  • The ever-present element of risk and uncertainty means that the events and tasks leading to completion can never be foretold with absolute accuracy. Examples abound of projects that have exceeded their costs by enormous amounts, finishing late or even being abandoned before completion. Such failures are far too common, seen in all kinds of projects in industry, commerce and (especially, it seems) the public sector.

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