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December 9 – 11, 2009
Kloster Irsee, Germany
Workshop Themes
Papers may discuss theories, applications, evaluation, limitations, general tools and techniques.
Discussion papers that critically evaluate approaches or processing strategies and prototype
demonstrations are especially welcome.
- Speech recognition and semantic analysis
- Dialogue management
- Adaptive dialogue modelling
- Recognition of emotions from speech, gestures, facial expressions and physiological data
- User modelling
- Planning and reasoning capabilities for coordination and conflict description
- Conflict resolution in complex multi-level decisions
- Multi-modality such as graphics, gesture and speech for input and output
- Fusion and information management
- Learning and adaptability
- Visual processing and recognition for advanced human-computer interaction
- Databases and corpora
- Evaluation strategies and paradigms
- Prototypes and products

Workshop Programme
The format of the workshop will be a non-overlapping mixture of oral and poster sessions. A number
of tutorial lectures will be given by internationally recognised experts from the area of Spoken
Dialogue Systems.
All poster sessions will be opened by an oral summary by the session chair. A number of poster
sessions will be succeeded by a discussion session focussing on the subject of the session. It is our
belief that this general format will ensure a lively and valuable workshop.
The organisers would like to encourage researchers and industrialists to take the opportunity to bring
their applications as well as their demonstrator prototypes and design tools for demonstration to the
workshop. If sufficient interest is shown, a special demonstrator/poster session will be organised and
followed by a discussion session.
The official language of the workshop is English. Authors of selected papers accepted for the
conference proceedings will be considered to submit extended versions of their papers for
publication in a book to be published by Springer. Prospective authors will be contacted by the
volume editors.

Timing and Dates
July 30, 2009 Deadline for Long, Short and Demo Papers
September 4, 2009 Author notification
October 2, 2009 Deadline for final submission of accepted paper
October 2, 2009 Deadline for early bird registration
December 1, 2009 Final programme available on web
December 9 - 11, 2009 Workshop

 

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