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PUC
2010
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9 years 2 months ago
Where will they turn: predicting turn proportions at intersections
Predicting a driver’s route would be useful for warning a driver of upcoming road hazards, informing about traffic situations, and serving relevant advertising. There are many cl...
John Krumm
EUSFLAT
2003
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9 years 5 months ago
Prediction of surface roughness in ultraprecision turning using fuzzy logic
Ultraprecision turning is a manufacturing process used to generate a high surface roughness in precision components, and its input-output relationships are highly nonlinear. Surfa...
Arup Kumar Nandi
ACL
2001
9 years 5 months ago
Predicting User Reactions to System Error
This paper focuses on the analysis and prediction of so-called aware sites, defined as turns where a user of a spoken dialogue system first becomes aware that the system has made ...
Diane J. Litman, Julia Hirschberg, Marc Swerts
INTERSPEECH
2010
8 years 10 months ago
The prosody of Swedish conversational grunts
This paper explores conversational grunts in a face-to-face setting. The study investigates the prosody and turn-taking effect of fillers and feedback tokens that has been annotat...
D. Neiberg, J. Gustafson
DCG
2008
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9 years 4 months ago
Odd Crossing Number and Crossing Number Are Not the Same
The crossing number of a graph is the minimum number of edge intersections in a plane drawing of a graph, where each intersection is counted separately. If instead we count the nu...
Michael J. Pelsmajer, Marcus Schaefer, Daniel Stef...
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