CS785 Intelligent Computer Interfaces

Fall 2012


List of papers for presentation: first half of the course

  1. Plan Recognition

    1. C. Conati and K. van Lehn; Probabilistic plan recognition for cognitive apprenticeship;
      Proceedings of Cognitive Science 1996

    2. M. Ramirez and H. Geffner; Plan recognition as planning;
      Proceedings of IJCAI09

    3. M. van Riemsdijk and N. Yorke-Smith; Towards reasoning with partial goal satisfaction in intelligent agents;
      Proceedings of AAMAS10 workshop on programming multiagent systems

    4. K. Laviers et al.; Exploiting early intent recognition for competitive advantage;
      Procedings of IJCAI09 workshop on plan, activity and intent recognition

    5. G. Sukthankar and K. Sycara; Robust recognition of physical team behaviors using spatio-temporal models;
      Proceedings of AAMAS06

    6. B. Tastan and G. Sukthankar; Leveraging human behaviour models to predict paths in indoor environments;
      Pervasive and Mobile Computing 7 (2011) 319-330

    7. A. Sadilek and H. Kautz; Recognizing Multi-Agent Activities from GPS Data;
      Proceedings of AAAI 2010

    8. C. Baker, J. Tenenbaum and R. Saxe; Goal Inference as Inverse Planning;
      Proceedings of Cognitive Science 2007

    9. H. Zhang and D. Parkes; Value-based Policy Teaching with Active Indirect Elicitation;
      Proceedings of AAAI 2008

  2. Discourse

    1. S. Somasundaran and J. Wiebe; Recognizing stances in online debates;
      Proceedings of 47th meeting of ACL 2009

    2. N. Madnani et al. Identifying high-level organizational elements in argumentative discourse;
      Proceedings of NAACL 2012

    3. K. Forbes-Riley and D. Litman; Using performance trajectories to analyze the immediate impact of user state misclassification in an adaptive spoken dialogue system;
      Proceedings of SIGDIAL 2011

    4. V. Feng and G. Hirst; Text-level discourse parsing with rich linguistic features;
      Proceedings of ACL 2012

    5. M. Elsner and E. Charniak; Distentangling chat;
      Computational Linguistics 36(3), 2010

    6. A. Lampert et al.; Detecting emails containing requests for action;
      Proceedings of NAACL 2010

    7. C. Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil et al.; Mark my words! Linguistic style accommodation in social media;
      Proceedings of WWW 2011

    8. B. Wallace; Multiple narrative disentanglement: unraveling Infinite Jest;
      Proceedings of NAACL 2012

    9. R. Zhang et al.; Towards Scalable Speech Act Recognition in Twitter: Tackling Insufficient Training Data;
      Proceedings of EACL 2012

  3. Natural Language Generation

    1. G. Murray et al; Generating and validating abstracts of meeting conversations: a user study;
      Proceedings of INLG 2010

    2. J. Conroy et al; Topic-focused multi-document summarization using an approximate oracle score;
      Proceedings of COLING 2006

    3. J. Conroy et al.; Nouveau-ROUGE: a novely metric for update summariztion;
      Proceedings of ACL 2011

    4. D. Elson and K. McKeown; Tense and aspect assignment in narrative discourse;
      Proceedings of INLG 2010

    5. M. Heilmand and N. Smith; Good question! Statistical ranking for question generation;
      Proceedings of NAACL 2010

    6. H. Lin and J. Bilmes; Multi-document summarization via budgeted maximization of submodular functions;
      Proceedings of NAACL 2010

    7. R. Zhang et al.; Generating Coherent Summaries with Textual Aspects;
      Proceedings of AAAI 2012

  4. User Modeling

    1. F. Abel et al.; Analyzing user modeling on Twitter for personalized news recommendations;
      Proceedings of UMAP 2011

    2. G. Guo et al.; A simple but effective method to incorporate trusted neighbours in recommender systems;
      Proceedings of UMAP 2012

    3. F. Bohnert et al.; Using interest and transition models to predict visitor locations in museums;
      AI Communications 2008

    4. A. Pal et al.; Evolution of experts in question answering communities;
      Proceedings of 2012 International Conference on Weblogs and Social Media

    5. F. Cena et al.; Propagating user interest in ontology-based user model;
      Proceedings of AIIAI2011

    6. L. Pizzato et al.; Finding someone you like and who won't reject you;
      Proceedings of UMAP 2011

    7. S. Seuken et al.; Market User Interface Design;
      Proceedings of Electronic Commerce 2012

  5. Intelligent Agents

    1. H. Blanco et al; Conversational query revision with a finite user profiles model;
      Proceedings of the 3rd Italian Information Retrieval workshop 2012

    2. L. Baltrunas et al; InCarMusic: context-aware musi recommendations in a car;
      Proceedings of EC-Web 2011

    3. B. Xu et al.; An exploration of improving collaborative recommender systems via user-item subgroups;
      Proceedings of WWW 2012

    4. R. Zhang et al.; Recommender systems from "words of few mouths";
      Proceedings of IJCAI 2011

    5. F. Bouchet and J.P. Sansonnet; Influence of personality traits on the rational process of cognitive agents;
      Proceedings of IAT 2011

    6. R. Krestel and N. Dokoohaki; Diversifying product review rankings: getting the full picture;
      Proceedings of IAT 2011

    7. M. Riedel and A. Stern; Believable agents and intelligent story adaptation for interactive storytelling;
      Proceedings of TIDSE 2006

    8. J. van Oijen et al.; Goal-based communication using BDI Agents as virtual humans in training: an ontology driven dialogue system
      Proceedings of AGS workshop at AAMAS 2010

    9. S. Berkvosky, T. Kuflik, F. Ricci; Distributed Collaborative Filtering with Domain Specialization;
      Proceedings of RecSys 2007



For problems or questions regarding this site contact: cs785 at student.cs.uwaterloo.ca

Last Updated: