[robotics-worldwide] [meetings] Foundations of Situated and Multimodal Communication (IWCS?==?utf-8?q? workshop)
The Foundations of Situated and Multimodal Communication
Final Call for Papers
Workshop at the International Conference on Computational Semantics (IWCS)
September 19, 2017
WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION AND TOPICS
We invite submissions on foundational, conceptual, and practical issues involving situated and multimodal communication. Relevant questions include but are not limited to:
-What is the nature of the non-linguistic context?
-What is the range of ways that gesture and speech exploit the non-linguistic context and how do they exploit it differently?
-What are the practical and/or computational advantages in using non-linguistic context to convey meaning?
-How can we measure the effects of non-linguistic context on meaning?
-How do we exploit corpora to address the task of analysing multimodal communication?
-How should we model agents for human-robot interactions?
-Should we ensure that interlocutors' vision of the external world is coherent? If so, how do we do this?
-How do we model cases in which different interlocutors adopt different perspectives on the same non-linguistic context?
-How do we handle the need to disambiguate a message?
Cynthia Matuszek, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Siddharth Narayanaswamy, University of Oxford
Deadline for submission: 13 July 2017
Notification of acceptance: 7 August 2017
Deadline for camera-ready version: 4 September 2017
Workshop Date: 19 September 2017
We invite anonymized submissions of 5 pages (excluding references). Because accepted workshop papers will be published together with the general program papers, we ask you to follow the formatting guidelines for the IWCS general program: