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ITS
2004
Springer
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9 years 3 months ago
Spoken Versus Typed Human and Computer Dialogue Tutoring
While human tutors typically interact with students using spoken dialogue, most computer dialogue tutors are text-based. We have conducted two experiments comparing typed and spoke...
Diane J. Litman, Carolyn Penstein Rosé, Kat...
FLAIRS
2006
8 years 11 months ago
Comparing Synthesized versus Pre-Recorded Tutor Speech in an Intelligent Tutoring Spoken Dialogue System
We evaluate the impact of tutor voice quality in the context of our intelligent tutoring spoken dialogue system. We first describe two versions of our system which yielded two cor...
Katherine Forbes-Riley, Diane J. Litman, Scott Sil...
ACII
2007
Springer
9 years 4 months ago
Investigating Human Tutor Responses to Student Uncertainty for Adaptive System Development
We use a χ2 analysis on our spoken dialogue tutoring corpus to investigate dependencies between uncertain student answers and 9 dialogue acts the human tutor uses in his response ...
Katherine Forbes-Riley, Diane J. Litman
NAACL
2003
8 years 11 months ago
Towards Emotion Prediction in Spoken Tutoring Dialogues
Human tutors detect and respond to student emotional states, but current machine tutors do not. Our preliminary machine learning experiments involving transcription, emotion annot...
Diane J. Litman, Katherine Forbes, Scott Silliman
ACL
2004
8 years 11 months ago
Predicting Student Emotions in Computer-Human Tutoring Dialogues
We examine the utility of speech and lexical features for predicting student emotions in computerhuman spoken tutoring dialogues. We first annotate student turns for negative, neu...
Diane J. Litman, Katherine Forbes-Riley
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