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Deixis and Conjunction in Multimodal Systems

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Deixis and Conjunction in Multimodal Systems
In order to realize their full potential, multimodal interfaces need to support not just input from multiple modes, but single commands optimally distributed across the available input modes. A multimodal language processing architecture is needed to integrate semantic content from the different modes. Johnston 1998a proposes a modular approach to multimodal language processing in which spoken language parsing is completed before multimodal parsing. In this paper, I will demonstrate the difficulties this approach faces as the spoken language parsing component is expanded to provide a compositional analysis of deictic expressions. I propose an alternative architecture in which spoken and multimodal parsing are tightly interleaved. This architecture greatly simplifies the spoken language parsing grammar and enables predictive information from spoken language parsing to drive the application of multimodal parsing and gesture combination rules. I also propose a treatment of deictic numera...
Michael Johnston
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Type Conference
Year 2000
Where COLING
Authors Michael Johnston
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