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Proceedings of the HLT-NAACL 2004 Workshop
on
Spoken Language Understanding for Conversational Systems
and
Higher Level Linguistic Information for Speech Processing

Co-chairs
Srinivas Bangalore, AT&T Labs - Research
Dilek Hakkani-Tür, AT&T Labs - Research
Gokhan Tur, AT&T Labs - Research
Yuqing Gao, IBM TJ Watson Research Center
Hong-Kwang Jeff Kuo, IBM TJ Watson Research Center
Andreas Stolcke, SRI & ICSI

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pdf ps Internal Cover
pdf ps Spine
pdf ps Preface
pdf ps Table of Contents
pdf ps Program
Workshop web page at AT&T
Workshop web page at SRI
pdf ps Author Index


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pdf ps bib Invited Talk: Sentence Interpretation using Stochastic Finite State Transducers
Renato De Mori
pp. 1-1
pdf ps bib Hybrid Statistical and Structural Semantic Modeling for Thai Multi-Stage Spoken Language Understanding
Chai Wutiwiwatchai and Sadaoki Furui
pp. 2-9
pdf ps bib Interactive Machine Learning Techniques for Improving SLU Models
Lee Begeja, Bernard Renger, David Gibbon, Zhu Liu and Behzad Shahraray
pp. 10-16
pdf ps bib Virtual Modality: a Framework for Testing and Building Multimodal Applications
Péter Pál Boda and Edward Filisko
pp. 17-24
pdf ps bib Automatic Call Routing with Multiple Language Models
Qiang Huang and Stephen Cox
pp. 25-30
pdf ps bib Error Detection and Recovery in Spoken Dialogue Systems
Edward Filisko and Stephanie Seneff
pp. 31-38
pdf ps bib Robustness Issues in a Data-Driven Spoken Language Understanding System
Yulan He and Steve Young
pp. 39-46
pdf ps bib Invited Talk: Spoken Language Understanding: The Research/Industry Chasm
Roberto Pieraccini
pp. 47-47
pdf ps bib Using Higher-level Linguistic Knowledge for Speech Recognition Error Correction in a Spoken Q/A Dialog
Minwoo Jeong, Byeongchang Kim and Gary Geunbae Lee
pp. 48-55
pdf ps bib Speech Recognition Models of the Interdependence Among Syntax, Prosody, and Segmental Acoustics
Mark Hasegawa-Johnson, Jennifer Cole, Chilin Shih, Ken Chen, Aaron Cohen, Sandra Chavarria, Heejin Kim, Taejin Yoon, Sarah Borys and Jeung-Yoon Choi
pp. 56-63
pdf ps bib Modeling Prosodic Consistency for Automatic Speech Recognition: Preliminary Investigations
Ernest Pusateri and James Glass
pp. 64-69
pdf ps bib Assigning Domains to Speech Recognition Hypotheses
Klaus Rüggenmann and Iryna Gurevych
pp. 70-77
pdf ps bib Context Sensing using Speech and Common Sense
Nathan Eagle and Push Singh
pp. 78-84