References

Most of our papers listed here can be downloaded from David Schlangen's publication list.

[Aist et al. 2007]

Gregory Aist, James Allen, Ellen Campana, Carlos Gomez Gallo, Scott Stoness, Mary Swift, and Michael K. Tanenhaus. Incremental understanding in human-computer dialogue and experimental evidence for advantages over nonincremental methods. In Proceedings of Decalog 2007, the 11th International Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue, Trento, Italy, 2007.

[Allen et al. 2001]
James Allen, George Ferguson, and Amanda Stent. An architecture for more realistic conversational systems. In Proceedings of the conference on intelligent user interfaces, Santa Fe, USA, June 2001.

[Allen et al. 2000]
James F. Allen, Donna Byron, M. Dzikovska, George Ferguson, L. Galescu, and A. Stent. An architecture for a generic dialogue shell. Natural Language Engineering, 6 (3), 2000.

[Altmann and Steedman 1988]
Gerry Altmann and Mark Steedman. Interaction with context during human sentence processing. Cognition, 30: 191-238, 1988.

[Altmann and Mirkovic 2009]
Gerry T.M. Altmann and Jelena Mirkovic. Incrementality and prediction in human sentence processing. Cognitive Science, 33: 1-27, 2009.

[Atterer and Schlangen 2009]
Michaela Atterer and David Schlangen. RUBISC - a robust unification-based incremental semantic chunker. In Proceedings of the 2nd International Workshop on Semantic Representation of Spoken Language (SRSL 2009), Athens, Greece, March 2009.

[Atterer et al. 2008]
Michaela Atterer, Timo Baumann, and David Schlangen. Towards incremental end-of-utterance detection in dialogue systems. In Proceedings of the 22nd International Conference on Computational Linguistics, Manchester, UK, August 2008.

[Atterer et al. 2009]
Michaela Atterer, Timo Baumann, and David Schlangen. No sooner said than done? testing incrementality of semantic interpretations of spontaneous speech. In Proceedings of Interspeech 2009, Brighton, UK, September 2009.

[Baumann 2008]
Timo Baumann. Simulating spoken dialogue with a focus on realistic turn-taking. In Proceedings of the 13th ESSLLI Student Session, Hamburg, Germany, August 2008.

[Baumann and Schlangen 2011]
Timo Baumann and David Schlangen. Predicting the micro-timing of user input for an incremental spoken dialogue system that completes a user's ongoing turn. In Proceedings of SIGdial 2011, pages 120-129, Portland, OR, USA, June 2011.

[Baumann et al. 2009a]
Timo Baumann, Michaela Atterer, and David Schlangen. Assessing and improving the performance of speech recognition for incremental systems. In Proceedings of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics - Human Language Technologies (NAACL HLT) 2009 Conference, Boulder, Colorado, USA, May 2009a.

[Baumann et al. 2009b]
Timo Baumann, Okko Buß, and David Schlangen. Evaluating the potential utility of asr n-best lists for incremental spoken dialogue systems. In Proceedings of Interspeech 2009, Brighton, UK, September 2009b.

[Baumann et al. 2010]
Timo Baumann, Okko Buß, and David Schlangen. InproTK in action: Open-source software for building german-speaking incremental spoken dialogue systems. In Proceedings of ESSV 2010, Berlin, Germany, 2010.

[Baumann et al. 2011]
Timo Baumann, Okko Buß, and David Schlangen. Evaluation and optimization of incremental processors. Dialogue and Discourse, 2 (1): 113-141, 2011.

[Berkum et al. 2005]
Jos J.A. Van Berkum, Colin M. Brown, Pienie Zwitserlood, Valesca Kooijmann, and Peter Hagoort. Anticipating upcoming words in discourse: Evidence from erps and reading time. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 31 (3): 443-467, 2005.

[Buß and Schlangen 2011]
Okko Buß and David Schlangen. DIUM - an incremental dialogue manager that can produce self-corrections. In Proceedings of semdial 2011 (Los Angelogue), Los Angeles, CA, USA, September 2011.

[Buß and Schlangen 2010]
Okko Buß and David Schlangen. Modelling sub-utterance phenomena in spoken dialogue systems. In Proceedings of the 14th International Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue (Pozdial 2010), pages 33-41, Poznan, Poland, June 2010.

[Buß et al. 2010]
Okko Buß, Timo Baumann, and David Schlangen. Collaborating on utterances with a spoken dialogue system using an isu-based approach to incremental dialogue management. In Proceedings of the SIGdial 2010 Conference, pages 233-236, Tokyo, Japan, September 2010.

[Cann et al. 2005]
Ronnie Cann, Ruth Kempson, and Lutz Marten. The Dynamics of Language. Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2005.

[Clark 2002]
Herbert H. Clark. Speaking in time. Speech Communication, 36: 5-13, 2002.

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Herbert H. Clark. Using Language. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1996.

[Demberg-Winterfors 2010]
Vera Demberg-Winterfors. A Broad-Coverage Model of Prediction in Human Sentence Processing. PhD thesis, University of Edinburgh, 2010.

[DeVault and Stone 2003]
David DeVault and Matthew Stone. Domain inference in incremental interpretation. In Proceedings of ICOS 4: Workshop on Inference in Computational Semantics, Nancy, France, September 2003. INRIA Lorraine.

[DeVault et al. 2009]
David DeVault, Kenji Sagae, and David Traum. Can I finish? learning when to respond to incremental interpretation results in interactive dialogue. In Proceedings of the 10th Annual SIGDIAL Meeting on Discourse and Dialogue (SIGDIAL'09), London, UK, September 2009.

[Edlund et al. 2008]
Jens Edlund, Joakim Gustafson, Mattias Heldner, and Anna Hjalmarsson. Towards human-like spoken dialogue systems. Speech Communication, 50: 630-645, 2008.

[Guhe 2007]
Markus Guhe. Incremental Conceptualization for Language Production. Lawrence Erlbaum Asco., Inc., Mahwah, New Jersey, USA, 2007.

[Heintze et al. 2010]
Silvan Heintze, Timo Baumann, and David Schlangen. Comparing local and sequential models for statistical incremental natural language understanding. In Proceedings of the SIGdial 2010 Conference, pages 9-16, Tokyo, Japan, September 2010.

[Kamide et al. 2003]
Yuki Kamide, Gerry T.M. Altmann, and Sarah L. Haywood. The time-course of prediction in incremental sentence processing: Evidence from anticipatory eye movements. Journal of Memory and Language, 49: 133-156, 2003.

[Kilger and Finkler 1995]
Anne Kilger and Wolfgang Finkler. Incremental generation for real-time applications. Technical Report RR-95-11, DFKI, Saarbrücken, Germany, 1995.

[Levy 2008]
Roger Levy. Expectation-based syntactic comprehension. Cognition, 106 (3): 1126-1177, 2008.

[Marslen-Wilson and Tyler 1981]
W. D. Marslen-Wilson and L. K. Tyler. Central processes in speech understanding. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society London, B295: 317-332, 1981.

[Marslen-Wilson 1973]
William D. Marslen-Wilson. Linguistic structure and speech shadowing at very short latencies. Nature, 244: 522-523, August 1973.

[Padó et al. 2009]
Ulrike Padó, Matthew W Crocker, and Frank Keller. A probabilistic model of semantic plausibility in sentence processing. Cognitive Science, 2009.

[Poesio 1995]
Massimo Poesio. A model of conversation processing based on micro conversational events. In Proceedings of the 17th meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, Pittsburgh, USA, July 1995.

[Poesio and Rieser 2010]
Massimo Poesio and Hannes Rieser. Completions, coordination, and alignment in dialogue. Dialogue and Discourse, 1 (1): 1-89, 2010.

[Poesio and Rieser 2011]
Massimo Poesio and Hannes Rieser. An incremental model of anaphora and reference resolution based on resource situations. Dialogue and Discourse, 2 (1): 235-277, 2011.

[Poesio and Traum 1997]
Massimo Poesio and David Traum. Conversational actions and discourse situations. Computational Intelligence, 13 (3): 309-347, 1997.

[Sacks et al. 1974]
H. Sacks, E. A. Schegloff, and G. A. Jefferson. A simplest systematic for the organization of turn-taking in conversation. Language, 50: 735-996, 1974.

[Sagae et al. 2009]
Kenji Sagae, Gwen Christian, David DeVault, and David Traum. Towards natural language understanding of partial speech recognition results in dialogue systems. In Short paper proceedings of the North American chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics - Human Language Technologies conference (NAACL-HLT'09), Boulder, Colorado, USA, June 2009.

[Schlangen 2006]
David Schlangen. From reaction to prediction: Experiments with computational models of turn-taking. In Proceedings of Interspeech 2006, Panel on Prosody of Dialogue Acts and Turn-Taking, Pittsburgh, USA, September 2006. URL http://www.ling.uni-potsdam.de/ das/papers/schlangen_intersp2006.pdf.

[Schlangen and Skantze 2009]
David Schlangen and Gabriel Skantze. A general, abstract model of incremental dialogue processing. In Proceedings of the 12th Conference of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics (EACL 2009), pages 710-718, Athens, Greece, March 2009.

[Schlangen and Skantze 2011]
David Schlangen and Gabriel Skantze. A general, abstract model of incremental dialogue processing. Dialogue and Discourse, 2 (1): 83-111, 2011.

[Schlangen et al. 2009]
David Schlangen, Timo Baumann, and Michaela Atterer. Incremental reference resolution: The task, metrics for evaluation, and a bayesian filtering model that is sensitive to disfluencies. In Proceedings of SIGdial 2009, the 10th Annual SIGDIAL Meeting on Discourse and Dialogue, London, UK, September 2009.

[Schlangen et al. 2010]
David Schlangen, Timo Baumann, Hendrik Buschmeier, Okko Buß, Stefan Kopp, Gabriel Skantze, and Ramin Yaghoubzadeh. Middleware for incremental processing in conversational agents. In Proceedings of the SIGdial 2010 Conference, pages 51-54, Tokyo, Japan, September 2010.

[Selfridge et al. 2011]
Ethan Selfridge, Iker Arizmendi, Peter Heeman, and Jason Williams. Stability and accuracy in incremental speech recognition. In Proceedings of the SIGDIAL 2011 Conference, pages 110-119, Portland, Oregon, June 2011. Association for Computational Linguistics.

[Siebert and Schlangen 2008]
Alexander Siebert and David Schlangen. A simple method for resolution of definite reference in a shared visual context. In Proceedings of the 9th SIGdial Workshop on Discourse and Dialogue, pages 84-87, Columbus, Ohio, June 2008. Association for Computational Linguistics. URL http://www.aclweb.org/anthology/W/W08/W08-0113.

[Skantze and Schlangen 2009]
Gabriel Skantze and David Schlangen. Incremental dialogue processing in a micro-domain. In Proceedings of the 12th Conference of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics (EACL 2009), pages 745-753, Athens, Greece, March 2009.

[von der Malsburg et al. 2009]
Titus von der Malsburg, Timo Baumann, and David Schlangen. Telida: A package for manipulation and visualisation of timed linguistic data. In Proceedings of the Poster Session at SIGdial 2009, the 10th Annual SIGDIAL Meeting on Discourse and Dialogue, London, UK, September 2009.

[Walker et al. 2004]
Willie Walker, Paul Lamere, Philip Kwok, Bhiksha Raj, Rita Singh, Evandro Gouvea, Peter Wolf, and Joe Woelfel. Sphinx-4: A flexible open source framework for speech recognition. Technical Report SMLI TR2004-0811, Sun Microsystems Inc., 2004.

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