David Traum


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David

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Traum

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  • 2019 An Assessment Framework for DialPort in ADVANCED SOCIAL INTERACTION WITH AGENTS
  • 2017-02 Culture-specific models of negotiation for virtual characters: multi-attribute decision-making based on culture-specific values in AI & SOCIETY
  • 2016 Assessing Agreement in Human-Robot Dialogue Strategies: A Tale of Two Wizards in INTELLIGENT VIRTUAL AGENTS
  • 2016 What Kind of Stories Should a Virtual Human Swap? in INTELLIGENT VIRTUAL AGENTS
  • 2014-03 A model for incremental grounding in spoken dialogue systems in JOURNAL ON MULTIMODAL USER INTERFACES
  • 2014 FLoReS: A Forward Looking, Reward Seeking, Dialogue Manager in NATURAL INTERACTION WITH ROBOTS, KNOWBOTS AND SMARTPHONES
  • 2014 Generative Models of Cultural Decision Making for Virtual Agents Based on User’s Reported Values in INTELLIGENT VIRTUAL AGENTS
  • 2013 All Together Now in INTELLIGENT VIRTUAL AGENTS
  • 2013 A Cross-Cultural Study of Playing Simple Economic Games Online with Humans and Virtual Humans in HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION. APPLICATIONS AND SERVICES
  • 2012 Ada and Grace: Direct Interaction with Museum Visitors in INTELLIGENT VIRTUAL AGENTS
  • 2011 Dialog Behaviors across Culture and Group Size in UNIVERSAL ACCESS IN HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION. USERS DIVERSITY
  • 2011 The Effects of Virtual Agent Humor and Gaze Behavior on Human-Virtual Agent Proxemics in INTELLIGENT VIRTUAL AGENTS
  • 2009 A Virtual Tour Guide for Virtual Worlds in INTELLIGENT VIRTUAL AGENTS
  • 2009 Models of Culture for Virtual Human Conversation in UNIVERSAL ACCESS IN HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION. APPLICATIONS AND SERVICES
  • 2009 Varying Personality in Spoken Dialogue with a Virtual Human in INTELLIGENT VIRTUAL AGENTS
  • 2009 Semi-formal Evaluation of Conversational Characters in LANGUAGES: FROM FORMAL TO NATURAL
  • 2007 The Rickel Gaze Model: A Window on the Mind of a Virtual Human in INTELLIGENT VIRTUAL AGENTS
  • 2005 Simulation Meets Hollywood in MULTIMODAL INTELLIGENT INFORMATION PRESENTATION
  • 1997 Utterance units in spoken dialogue in DIALOGUE PROCESSING IN SPOKEN LANGUAGE SYSTEMS
  • 1997 A reactive-deliberative model of dialogue agency in INTELLIGENT AGENTS III AGENT THEORIES, ARCHITECTURES, AND LANGUAGES
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