Conversational Informatics: A Data-Intensive Approach with Emphasis on Nonverbal Communication

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Springer, Jul 8, 2014 - Technology & Engineering - 344 pages
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This book covers an approach to conversational informatics which encompasses science and technology for understanding and augmenting conversation in the network age. A major challenge in engineering is to develop a technology for conveying not just messages but also underlying wisdom. Relevant theories and practices in cognitive linguistics and communication science, as well as techniques developed in computational linguistics and artificial intelligence, are discussed.
 

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Contents

1 Artificial Intelligence and Conversational Intelligence
1
Above and Beneath the Surface
17
3 History of Conversational System Development
43
4 Methodologies for Conversational System Development
63
5 Conversation Quantization
103
6 Smart Conversation Space
131
7 Computer Vision Techniques for Conversational Interaction
153
8 Measurement Analysis and Modeling
171
9 From Observation to Interaction
198
10 Applications of Simulation and Imitation for Interaction Learning
233
11 Cognitive Design for Discussion Support
258
12 Discussions
295
13 Conclusion
313
References
318
Index
337
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