Technical Program

IVR: Spoken Dialog Systems and Speech Applications

Session Type: Poster
Poster Time: Wednesday, December 14, 10:30 - 12:30
Location: Lahaina Bay Room
Session Chair: Karen Livescu, Toyota Technological Institute, Chicago
 
IVR.1: DIALPORT: CONNECTING THE SPOKEN DIALOG RESEARCH COMMUNITY TO REAL USER DATA
         Tiancheng Zhao; Carnegie Mellon University, United States
         Kyusong Lee; Pohang University of Science and Technology, United States
         Maxine Eskenazi; Carnegie Mellon University, United States
 
IVR.2: WEAKLY SUPERVISED USER INTENT DETECTION FOR MULTI-DOMAIN DIALOGUES
         Ming Sun; Carnegie Mellon University, United States
         Aasish Pappu; Yahoo Research, United States
         Yun-Nung Chen; National Taiwan University, United States
         Alexander Rudnicky; Carnegie Mellon University, United States
 
IVR.3: LEARNING DIALOGUE DYNAMICS WITH THE METHOD OF MOMENTS
         Merwan Barlier; NaDia Team, Orange Labs, France
         Romain Laroche; NaDia Team, Orange Labs, France
         Olivier Pietquin; Université Lille 1, France
 
IVR.4: TOWARDS A VIRTUAL PERSONAL ASSISTANT BASED ON A USER-DEFINED PORTFOLIO OF MULTI-DOMAIN VOCAL APPLICATIONS
         Tatiana Ekeinhor-Komi; Orange Labs, France
         Jean Léon Bouraoui; Orange Labs, France
         Romain Laroche; Orange Labs, France
         Fabrice Lefèvre; Université d'Avignon, France
 
IVR.5: SPEAKER INDEPENDENT DIARIZATION FOR CHILD LANGUAGE ENVIRONMENT ANALYSIS USING DEEP NEURAL NETWORKS
         Maryam Najafian; The University of Texas at Dallas, United States
         John H. L. Hansen; The University of Texas at Dallas, United States
 
IVR.6: AUTOMATIC PLAGIARISM DETECTION FOR SPOKEN RESPONSES IN AN ASSESSMENT OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY
         Xinhao Wang; Educational Testing Service, United States
         Keelan Evanini; Educational Testing Service, United States
         James Bruno; Educational Testing Service, United States
         Matthew Mulholland; Educational Testing Service, United States
 
IVR.7: IMPROVED PREDICTION OF THE ACCENT GAP BETWEEN SPEAKERS OF ENGLISH FOR INDIVIDUAL-BASED CLUSTERING OF WORLD ENGLISHES
         Fumiya Shiozawa; The University of Tokyo, Japan
         Daisuke Saito; The University of Tokyo, Japan
         Nobuaki Minematsu; The University of Tokyo, Japan
 
IVR.8: SPEECH VS. TEXT: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF FEATURES FOR DEPRESSION DETECTION SYSTEMS
         Michelle Morales; The Graduate Center, CUNY, United States
         Rivka Levitan; Brooklyn College, CUNY, United States
 
IVR.9: INCREMENTALLY LEARN THE RELEVANCE OF WORDS IN A DICTIONARY FOR SPOKEN LANGUAGE ACQUISITION
         Vincent Renkens; KULeuven, Belgium
         Vikrant Tomar; Fluent.ai, Canada
         Hugo Van hamme; KULeuven, Belgium
 
IVR.10: ABSTRACTIVE HEADLINE GENERATION FOR SPOKEN CONTENT BY ATTENTIVE RECURRENT NEURAL NETWORKS WITH ASR ERROR MODELING
         Lang-Chi Yu; National Taiwan University, Taiwan
         Hung-yi Lee; National Taiwan University, Taiwan
         Lin-Shan Lee; National Taiwan University, Taiwan
 
IVR.11: EXTRACTIVE SPEECH SUMMARIZATION LEVERAGING CONVOLUTIONAL NEURAL NETWORK TECHNIQUES
         Chun-I Tsai; National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
         Hsiao-Tsung Hung; National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
         Kuan-Yu Chen; Academia Sinica, Taiwan
         Berlin Chen; National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan