In multi-party conversations it may not always
be obvious who is talking to whom.
Backchannels may provide a partial answer
to this question, possibly in combination
with some other events, such as gaze behaviors
of the interlocutors. We look at some
patterns in multi-party interaction relating
features of backchannel behaviours to aspects
of the partipation framework.
|Publisher||Association of Computational Linguistics|
|Workshop||ACL Workshop on Embodied Language Processing 2007|
|Period||28/06/07 → 28/06/07|
- HMI-SLT: Speech and Language Technology