The Stanford Natural Language Processing Group
We are interested in many areas of dialog,
including the design of conversational agents,
human-robot dialog, and the
analysis of human-human dialog.
Below is a selection of publications in dialog.
Adam Vogel, Karthik Raghunathan, and Dan Jurafsky. Eye Spy: Improving Vision through Dialog. Dialog with Robots: Papers from the AAAI Fall Symposium (FS-10-05).
Sasha Calhoun, Jean Carletta, Jason M. Brenier, Neil Mayo,
Dan Jurafsky, Mark Steedman, and David Beaver. 2010.
The NXT-format Switchboard Corpus: a rich resource
for investigating the syntax, semantics, pragmatics
and prosody of dialogue.
Language Resources & Evaluation 44:387-419.
Adam Vogel and Dan Jurafsky. 2010. Learning to Follow Navigational Directions. In Proceedings of ACL-2010, Uppsala, Sweden.
Surabhi Gupta, Matthew Purver and Dan Jurafsky. 2007.
Disambiguating Between Generic and Referential "You" in Dialog.
Proceedings of ACL 2007 short papers, Prague, Czech Republic.
Filip Krsmanovic, Curtis Spencer, Daniel Jurafsky, and Andrew Y. Ng. 2006
Have we met? MDP Based Speaker ID for Robot Dialogue.
Proceedings of INTERSPEECH-2006, Pittsburgh, PA.
Yuan, Jiahong and Dan Jurafsky. 2005.
Detection of Questions in Chinese Conversation. Proceedings of IEEE ASRU 2005.
Stolcke et al. 2000.
Dialogue Act Modeling for Automatic Tagging and Recognition of Conversational Speech.
Computational Linguistics 26:3, 339-371