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On the Development of Adaptive and User-Centred Interactive Multimodal Interfaces [chapter]

David Griol, Zoraida Callejas, Ramón López-Cózar, Gonzalo Espejo, Nieves Ábalos
Speech, Image, and Language Processing for Human Computer Interaction  
LODESTAR: A Mandarin spoken dialogue system for travel information retrieval.  ...  Influence of contextual information in emotion annotation for spoken dialogue systems.  ...  a system response appropriately for the user.  ... 
doi:10.4018/978-1-4666-0954-9.ch013 fatcat:siwlkjuqk5exlcrpg4kfhfispy

Innovative and promising practices in sustainable tourism [article]

(:Unkn) Unknown, University, My, University, My, Nicole Vaugeois, Miles Phillips, Doug Arbogast, Patrick Brouder, World Leisure Centre Of Excellence In Sustainability And Innovation At Vancouver Island University, National Extension Tourism Design Team, United States
2019
that they have taken to develop sustainable tourism in a variety of different contexts.  ...  Case studies are a valuable way to synthesize and share lessons learned and they help to create new knowledge and enhanced applications in practice.  ...  She serves as a Director of the Boards of the Travel and Tourism Research Association -Canadian Chapter as well as on Destination BC.  ... 
doi:10.25316/ir-8748 fatcat:mxbhs7e4nrd7hidckitpm4xiae

He Taonga te Reo: Non-Māori Engagement with the Māori Language in Aotearoa New Zealand

Michelle O'Toole
2022
A thesis submitted in total fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy to the Department of Social Inquiry, College of Arts, Social Sciences and Commerce, La Trobe University  ...  He served either as an anchor or a lodestar, as needed, and sagaciously knew when either of those times were. Thank you for all the opportunities to explore while still providing boundaries.  ...  Although in a sense the pepeha concerns an individual, it also concerns a collective. In reciting one's pepeha, connections are offered and a dialogue is entered into between performer and audience.  ... 
doi:10.26181/20447073 fatcat:tfd3mvohxvanbkpbwx47v6lqji