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Task-Oriented Conversational Behavior of Agents for Collaboration in Human-Agent Teamwork [chapter]

Mukesh Barange, Alexandre Kabil, Camille De Keukelaere, Pierre Chevaillier
2014 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This architecture has been applied to a real scenario in a collaborative virtual environment for learning. The solution enables users to coordinate with other team members.  ...  Collaborative conversation protocols and resource allocation mechanism have been defined that provide proactive behavior to agents for coordination.  ...  To achieve collaboration, [19] proposed a four stage model that includes (i) recognising potential for cooperation, (ii) team formation (iii) plan formation, and (iv) plan execution.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-07551-8_3 fatcat:yu3546etkjhmxbz2mn6xgjx63i

A collaborative agent-based infrastructure for Internet-enabled collaborative enterprises

Weiming Shen, Rob Kremer, Mihaela Ulieru, Douglas Norrie
2003 International Journal of Production Research  
to model the production planning and inventory control algorithms used by company agents; and Shipping agents to model the delay and uncertainty involved in the movement of both material and information  ...  Parunak and VanderBok (1998) proposed using three species of agents to model the supply chain: Company agents to represent the different firms that trade with one another in a supply chain; PPIC agents  ...  Messages are generically defined either as request, reply or inform messages; where requests are used to ask for the provision of a service, replies to answer requests, and informs to notify agents without  ... 
doi:10.1080/00207540210163946 fatcat:kci577gh4fdshgmwx6gbrlvabu

Cooperation, dialogue and ethics

JENS ALLWOOD, DAVID TRAUM, KRISTIINA JOKINEN
2000 International Journal of Human-Computer Studies  
We point out the central role of ethics and trust in cooperation, and contrast the result with popular AI accounts of collaboration.  ...  We illustrate the perspective by analysing dialogue extracts from three di!erent activity types (a travel dialogue, a quarrel and a dialogue with a computer system).  ...  Both parties will engage in greetings and farewells and both parties will make requests for speci"cations and clari"cations and reply to such requests.  ... 
doi:10.1006/ijhc.2000.0425 fatcat:vyxcdhgljfbe3jhhylr6twj3mi

Extending Multi-agent Cooperation by Overhearing [chapter]

Paolo Busetta, Luciano Serafini, Dhirendra Singh, Floriano Zini
2001 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Much cooperation among humans happens following a common pattern: by chance or deliberately, a person overhears a conversation between two or more parties and steps in to help, for instance by suggesting  ...  The latter have an understanding of the work behaviours of the former through a publicly available model, and are able to observe the messages they exchange.  ...  Acknowledgments We thank Antonia Donà and Srinath Anantharaju for their contribution to the implementation of the demonstrator, and for reviewing this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-44751-2_5 fatcat:jmkddlmaqvdbhcn5sv2h2hm37e

Page 1382 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 88, Issue 4 [page]

2001 Psychological Abstracts  
(LIMSI/ CNRS, Orsay, France) Cooperative requests and replies in a collab- orative dialogue model. /nternational Journal of Human-Computer Stud- ies, 2000(Dec), Vol 53(6), 915-968.  ...  This model rests on a theory of collaborative discourse, and allows for cooperative human—machine communication in written dialogues.  ... 

Supervision of Autonomous Vehicles: Mutual Modeling and Interaction Management [chapter]

Gilles Coppin, François Legras, Sylvie Saget
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Accordingly, the interfaces of these UVSs must become smarter in order to support these tasks and assist the operator.  ...  In this paper, we discuss how an Operator Support System can leverage dynamic interaction strategies to modulate the workload of the operator and how it could impact trust in automation.  ...  whereas he or she has to recompose his or her request if the OSS replies "Please rephrase."  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-02728-4_52 fatcat:xiqhnvi25jdubppfadl7x3rfi4

Supporting Common Ground Development in the Operation Room through Information Display Systems

Yuanyuan Feng, Helena M Mentis
2017 AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings  
In this study, we used sequential analysis techniques to explore the ways communication and information sharing events between an attending surgeon and a resident change throughout a laparoscopic surgery  ...  Thus, to build tools to support clinical team in situ information sharing, we need a better understanding of how evolving information needs are identified and satisfied.  ...  Christopher Wong for his help in coding the utterances. This research is sponsored by NSF Grant IIS-1422671.  ... 
pmid:28269936 pmcid:PMC5333199 fatcat:o5hl73lklvf37g26dide54bxra

A plan-based agent architecture for interpreting natural language dialogue

LILIANA ARDISSONO, GUIDO BOELLA, LEONARDO LESMO
2000 International Journal of Human-Computer Studies  
This paper describes a plan-based agent architecture for modeling NL cooperative dialogue; in particular, the paper focuses on the interpretation dialogue and explanation of its coherence by means of the  ...  in the models of dialogue presented in the literature.  ...  Conclusions We have described a model of linguistic interaction where dialogue is treated as a form of collaborative interaction among agents that behave directed by their beliefs, goals, and intentions  ... 
doi:10.1006/ijhc.1999.0347 fatcat:ldylwb3ibfdlzhzrocs45kbofm

Page 2000 of Journal of Marital and Family Therapy Vol. 5, Issue 2 [page]

1979 Journal of Marital and Family Therapy  
Understanding and helping the individual in the family. New York: Grune & Stratton, 1976. L’Abate, L. Intimacy is sharing hurt feelings: A reply to David Mace.  ...  Cooper, J. Deception and role-playing: On telling the good guys from the bad guys. American Psychologist, 1976, 31, 605-610. Ellis, A. Techniques of handling anger in marriage.  ... 

A new standard of on-line customer service process: Integrating language-action into blogs

Heng-Li Yang, Chi-Lun Liu
2009 Computer Standards & Interfaces  
Blogging, which is a relatively new medium in personal communication and collaboration, can help enterprises overcome some difficulties in conventional customer service management.  ...  This standard comprises new specified dialogue patterns for collaboration, suggested customer service processes, and supporting system architecture.  ...  (2) This study develops new dialogue patterns for collaboration. In the collaborative era, this study develops new and complete dialogue patterns (Table 2 ).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.csi.2007.12.003 fatcat:dcwepfnjzffbfeard57rc3l4em

Towards an automatic real-time assessment of online discussions in Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning practices

Santi Caballe, Fatos Xhafa, Ajith Abraham
2008 2008 Third International Conference on Digital Information Management  
In this paper, we propose a multidimensional model based on data analysis from online collaborative discussion interaction that provides a first step towards an automatic assessment in (almost) real time  ...  Indeed, learning by discussion when applied to collaborative learning scenarios can provide significant benefits for students in collaborative learning, and in education in general.  ...  (e.g., in replying any kind of request, just the cards involving the provision of information are provided to classify the reply).  ... 
doi:10.1109/icdim.2008.4746758 dblp:conf/icdim/CaballeXA08 fatcat:sdmumfxg4japlbemo6h2emh42y

Extending Distributed GIS to Support Geo-Collaborative Crisis Management

Guoray Cai
2005 Annals of GIS  
Collaboration requires representation and reasoning on a team mental model, which must be constructed from dialogue contexts and shared knowledge.  ...  In addition to the architectural choice, special attention was given to the computational approach to enable collaborative geographic information dialogues in spatial decision-making contexts.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This research is supported by a grant from NSF (NSF-EIA-0306845).  ... 
doi:10.1080/10824000509480595 fatcat:5vr2l667gvc3nclgtewg5dnllm

Goal-oriented Dialog as a Collaborative Subordinated Activity involving Collective Acceptance [article]

Sylvie Saget
2008 arXiv   pre-print
Modeling dialog as a collaborative activity consists notably in specifying the content of the Conversational Common Ground and the kind of social mental state involved.  ...  In this paper, a formalization of Collective Acceptance is shown, besides elements in order to integrate this attitude in a rational model of dialog are provided; and finally, a model of referential acts  ...  Model of Reference as a collaborative activity 4.1 Model of Referential Act In order to model dialog as a collaboration, reference treatment has to be considered at the speech act level (Cohen and Levesque  ... 
arXiv:0805.4101v1 fatcat:mfw75lk4gffdnflfvmvgb5x4vy

A Risk Management Framework for Large Scale Scrum using Metadata Outer Request Management Methodology

Rehab Adel, Hany Harb, Ayman Elshenawy
2022 International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications  
Hence, finding a dynamic technique that facilitates team collaboration in the LeSS environment is necessary. This paper proposes a risk management framework for LeSS using outer metadata requests.  ...  Team collaboration and the knowledge sharing is a vital resource for a large Scrum team's success.  ...  The framework consists of two main models: (i) the collaboration and coordination model and (ii) the knowledge sharing model. A.  ... 
doi:10.14569/ijacsa.2022.0130315 fatcat:flwttmryqnduvlwo3c5t3jtyci

Learning Symmetric Collaborative Dialogue Agents with Dynamic Knowledge Graph Embeddings [article]

He He and Anusha Balakrishnan and Mihail Eric and Percy Liang
2017 arXiv   pre-print
We study a symmetric collaborative dialogue setting in which two agents, each with private knowledge, must strategically communicate to achieve a common goal.  ...  To model both structured knowledge and unstructured language, we propose a neural model with dynamic knowledge graph embeddings that evolve as the dialogue progresses.  ...  a restaurant searching task) and a fixed set of dialogue acts (e.g., request, inform).  ... 
arXiv:1704.07130v1 fatcat:bqr3yx5n3vhgdnfxbwd4witasi
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