Reference resolution in multi-modal interaction: Preliminary observations


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Nijholt, A. (2002) Reference resolution in multi-modal interaction: Preliminary observations. In: Proceedings III Conferencia Internacional Lengua, Comunicacion y Desarrollo, 7-12 June 2002, Pinar del Rio, Cuba (pp. pp. 127-144).

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Abstract:In this paper we present our research on multimodal interaction in and with virtual environments. The aim of this presentation is to emphasize the necessity to spend more research on reference resolution in multimodal contexts. In multi-modal interaction the human conversational partner can apply more than one modality in conveying his or her message to the environment in which a computer detects and interprets signals from different modalities. We show some naturally arising problems but do not give general solutions. Rather we decide to perform more detailed research on reference resolution in uni-modal contexts to obtain methods generalizable to multi-modal contexts. Since we try to build applications for a Dutch audience and since hardly any research has been done on reference resolution for Dutch, we give results on the resolution of anaphoric and deictic references in Dutch texts. We hope to be able to extend these results to our multimodal contexts later.
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