Tag Archives: visualization

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Multimodal Interaction Visualization

A paper presented on the Turn-Taking and Coordination in Human-Machine Interaction symposium (2015 AAAI Spring Symposia, Stanford University, March 23-25, 2015, Palo Alto, California). Long worked on how to visualize multimodal interaction. After several attempts, got a solution that found to be … Continue reading

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Hackathon: expenses visualized and classified

On a recent hackathon we chose to implement a simple tool for visualizing expenses, e.g. from a business trip, and classifying those expenses with appropriate labels into pre-defined classes like food, transport, hotel, etc. The hackathon lasted 1.5 days and in that time … Continue reading

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Visualization of multimodal interaction

Continuation to an earlier project. The goal was to discover how different modality channels contribute to the overall success of a dialogue (i.e. system-user interaction). The implementation takes an EMMA-like XML-based description of the dialogue and analyses within each dialogues for each … Continue reading

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Visualization of dialogues

An old project with new tools. Back in 2000 published a paper on “Visualisation of spoken dialogues“. Since then tools for visualization developed significantly and the current effort focuses on multimodal interaction. More info available around May 2012. Figures: (c) 2012 … Continue reading