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Machine Learning for Multimodal Interaction [electronic resource] :Second International Workshop, MLMI 2005, Edinburgh, UK, July 11-13, 2005, Revised Selected Papers /

Contributor(s): Renals, Steve [editor.] | Bengio, Samy [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 3869Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2006.Description: XIV, 498 p. online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540325505.Subject(s): Computer science | User interfaces (Computer systems) | Artificial intelligence | Computational linguistics | Image processing | Computers and civilization | Computer Science | User Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction | Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics) | Language Translation and Linguistics | Computers and Society | Image Processing and Computer VisionOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
InvitedPapers -- Gesture, Gaze, and Ground -- Toward Adaptive Information Fusion in Multimodal Systems -- Multimodal Processing -- The AMI Meeting Corpus: A Pre-announcement -- VACE Multimodal Meeting Corpus -- Multimodal Integration for Meeting Group Action Segmentation and Recognition -- Detection and Resolution of References to Meeting Documents -- Dominance Detection in Meetings Using Easily Obtainable Features -- Can Chimeric Persons Be Used in Multimodal Biometric Authentication Experiments? -- HCI and Applications -- Analysing Meeting Records: An Ethnographic Study and Technological Implications -- Browsing Multimedia Archives Through Intra- and Multimodal Cross-Documents Links -- The “FAME” Interactive Space -- Development of Peripheral Feedback to Support Lectures -- Real-Time Feedback on Nonverbal Behaviour to Enhance Social Dynamics in Small Group Meetings -- Discourse and Dialogue -- A Multimodal Discourse Ontology for Meeting Understanding -- Generic Dialogue Modeling for Multi-application Dialogue Systems -- Toward Joint Segmentation and Classification of Dialog Acts in Multiparty Meetings -- Emotion -- Developing a Consistent View on Emotion-Oriented Computing -- Multimodal Authoring Tool for Populating a Database of Emotional Reactive Animations -- Visual Processing -- A Testing Methodology for Face Recognition Algorithms -- Estimating the Lecturer’s Head Pose in Seminar Scenarios – A Multi-view Approach -- Foreground Regions Extraction and Characterization Towards Real-Time Object Tracking -- Projective Kalman Filter: Multiocular Tracking of 3D Locations Towards Scene Understanding -- Speech and Audio Processing -- Least Squares Filtering of Speech Signals for Robust ASR -- A Variable-Scale Piecewise Stationary Spectral Analysis Technique Applied to ASR -- Accent Classification for Speech Recognition -- Hierarchical Multi-stream Posterior Based Speech Recognition System -- Variational Bayesian Methods for Audio Indexing -- Microphone Array Driven Speech Recognition: Influence of Localization on the Word Error Rate -- Automatic Speech Recognition and Speech Activity Detection in the CHIL Smart Room -- The Development of the AMI System for the Transcription of Speech in Meetings -- Improving the Performance of Acoustic Event Classification by Selecting and Combining Information Sources Using the Fuzzy Integral -- NIST Meeting Recognition Evaluation -- The Rich Transcription 2005 Spring Meeting Recognition Evaluation -- Linguistic Resources for Meeting Speech Recognition -- Robust Speaker Segmentation for Meetings: The ICSI-SRI Spring 2005 Diarization System -- Speech Activity Detection on Multichannels of Meeting Recordings -- NIST RT’05S Evaluation: Pre-processing Techniques and Speaker Diarization on Multiple Microphone Meetings -- The TNO Speaker Diarization System for NIST RT05s Meeting Data -- The 2005 AMI System for the Transcription of Speech in Meetings -- Further Progress in Meeting Recognition: The ICSI-SRI Spring 2005 Speech-to-Text Evaluation System -- Speaker Localization in CHIL Lectures: Evaluation Criteria and Results.
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InvitedPapers -- Gesture, Gaze, and Ground -- Toward Adaptive Information Fusion in Multimodal Systems -- Multimodal Processing -- The AMI Meeting Corpus: A Pre-announcement -- VACE Multimodal Meeting Corpus -- Multimodal Integration for Meeting Group Action Segmentation and Recognition -- Detection and Resolution of References to Meeting Documents -- Dominance Detection in Meetings Using Easily Obtainable Features -- Can Chimeric Persons Be Used in Multimodal Biometric Authentication Experiments? -- HCI and Applications -- Analysing Meeting Records: An Ethnographic Study and Technological Implications -- Browsing Multimedia Archives Through Intra- and Multimodal Cross-Documents Links -- The “FAME” Interactive Space -- Development of Peripheral Feedback to Support Lectures -- Real-Time Feedback on Nonverbal Behaviour to Enhance Social Dynamics in Small Group Meetings -- Discourse and Dialogue -- A Multimodal Discourse Ontology for Meeting Understanding -- Generic Dialogue Modeling for Multi-application Dialogue Systems -- Toward Joint Segmentation and Classification of Dialog Acts in Multiparty Meetings -- Emotion -- Developing a Consistent View on Emotion-Oriented Computing -- Multimodal Authoring Tool for Populating a Database of Emotional Reactive Animations -- Visual Processing -- A Testing Methodology for Face Recognition Algorithms -- Estimating the Lecturer’s Head Pose in Seminar Scenarios – A Multi-view Approach -- Foreground Regions Extraction and Characterization Towards Real-Time Object Tracking -- Projective Kalman Filter: Multiocular Tracking of 3D Locations Towards Scene Understanding -- Speech and Audio Processing -- Least Squares Filtering of Speech Signals for Robust ASR -- A Variable-Scale Piecewise Stationary Spectral Analysis Technique Applied to ASR -- Accent Classification for Speech Recognition -- Hierarchical Multi-stream Posterior Based Speech Recognition System -- Variational Bayesian Methods for Audio Indexing -- Microphone Array Driven Speech Recognition: Influence of Localization on the Word Error Rate -- Automatic Speech Recognition and Speech Activity Detection in the CHIL Smart Room -- The Development of the AMI System for the Transcription of Speech in Meetings -- Improving the Performance of Acoustic Event Classification by Selecting and Combining Information Sources Using the Fuzzy Integral -- NIST Meeting Recognition Evaluation -- The Rich Transcription 2005 Spring Meeting Recognition Evaluation -- Linguistic Resources for Meeting Speech Recognition -- Robust Speaker Segmentation for Meetings: The ICSI-SRI Spring 2005 Diarization System -- Speech Activity Detection on Multichannels of Meeting Recordings -- NIST RT’05S Evaluation: Pre-processing Techniques and Speaker Diarization on Multiple Microphone Meetings -- The TNO Speaker Diarization System for NIST RT05s Meeting Data -- The 2005 AMI System for the Transcription of Speech in Meetings -- Further Progress in Meeting Recognition: The ICSI-SRI Spring 2005 Speech-to-Text Evaluation System -- Speaker Localization in CHIL Lectures: Evaluation Criteria and Results.

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