Technical Program

SLU: Spoken Language Understanding

Session Type: Poster
Poster Time: Thursday, December 15, 10:30 - 12:30
Location: Lahaina Bay Room
Session Chair: Patrick Kenny, CRIM
 
SLU.1: SYNTAX OR SEMANTICS? KNOWLEDGE-GUIDED JOINT SEMANTIC FRAME PARSING
         Yun-Nung Chen; National Taiwan University, Taiwan
         Dilek Hakkani-Tur; Google Research, United States
         Gokhan Tur; Google Research, United States
         Asli Celikyilmaz; Microsoft Research, United States
         Jianfeng Guo; Microsoft Research, United States
         Li Deng; Microsoft Research, United States
 
SLU.2: A LOG-LINEAR WEIGHTING APPROACH IN THE WORD2VEC SPACE FOR SPOKEN LANGUAGE UNDERSTANDING
         Killian Janod; University of Avignon - Orkis, France
         Mohamed Morchid; University of Avignon, France
         Richard Dufour; University of Avignon, France
         Georges Linarès; University of Avignon, France
 
SLU.3: QUATERNION NEURAL NETWORKS FOR SPOKEN LANGUAGE UNDERSTANDING
         Titouan Parcollet; University of Avignon, France
         Mohamed Morchid; University of Avignon, France
         Pierre-Michel Bousquet; University of Avignon, France
         Richard Dufour; University of Avignon, France
         Georges Linarès; University of Avignon, France
         Renato De mori; McGill University, Canada
 
SLU.4: ROBUST UTTERANCE CLASSIFICATION USING MULTIPLE CLASSIFIERS IN THE PRESENCE OF SPEECH RECOGNITION ERRORS
         Takeshi Homma; Hitachi Ltd., Japan
         Kazuaki Shima; Clarion Co Ltd., Japan
         Takuya Matsumoto; Clarion Co Ltd., Japan
 
SLU.5: PRE-FILTERED DYNAMIC TIME WARPING FOR POSTERIORGRAM BASED KEYWORD SEARCH
         Gözde Çetinkaya; Bogazici University, Turkey
         Batuhan Gündoğdu; Bogazici University, Turkey
         Murat Saraçlar; Bogazici University, Turkey
 
SLU.6: MULTIMODAL DEEP NEURAL NETS FOR DETECTING HUMOR IN TV SITCOMS
         Dario Bertero; The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong SAR of China
         Pascale Fung; The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong SAR of China
 
SLU.7: AN OVERVIEW OF END–TO–END LANGUAGE UNDERSTANDING AND DIALOG MANAGEMENT FOR PERSONAL DIGITAL ASSISTANTS
         Ruhi Sarikaya; Microsoft, United States
         Paul Crook; Microsoft, United States
         Alex Marin; Microsoft, United States
         Minwoo Jeong; Microsoft, United States
         Jean-Philippe Robichaud; Microsoft, United States
         Asli Celikyilmaz; Microsoft, United States
         Young-Bum Kim; Microsoft, United States
         Alexandre Rochette; Microsoft, United States
         Omar Zia Khan; Microsoft, United States
         Xiuahu Liu; Microsoft, United States
         Daniel Boies; Microsoft, United States
         Tasos Anastasakos; Microsoft, United States
         Zhalleh Feizollahi; Microsoft, United States
         Nikhil Ramesh; Microsoft, United States
         Hisami Suzuki; Microsoft, United States
         Roman Holenstein; Microsoft, United States
         Elizabeth Krawczyk; Microsoft, United States
         Vasiliy Radostev; Microsoft, United States
 
SLU.8: SEMANTIC MODEL FOR FAST TAGGING OF WORD LATTICES
         Leonid Velikovich; Google Inc., United States
 
SLU.9: OPTIMIZING NEURAL NETWORK HYPERPARAMETERS WITH GAUSSIAN PROCESSES FOR DIALOG ACT CLASSIFICATION
         Franck Dernoncourt; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States
         Ji Young Lee; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States
 
SLU.10: INTENT DETECTION USING SEMANTICALLY ENRICHED WORD EMBEDDINGS
         Joo-Kyung Kim; The Ohio State University, United States
         Gokhan Tur; Google Research, United States
         Asli Celikyilmaz; Microsoft Research, United States
         Bin Cao; Microsoft, United States
         Ye-Yi Wang; Microsoft, United States