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Using complexity-identical human- and machine-directed utterances to investigate addressee detection for spoken dialogue systems
Human-machine addressee detection (H-M AD) is a modern paralinguistics and dialogue challenge that arises in multiparty conversations between several people and a spoken dialogue system (SDS) since the users may also talk to each other and even to themselves while interacting with the system. The SDS is supposed to determine whether it is being addressed or not. All existing studies on acoustic H-M AD were conducted on corpora designed in such a way that a human addressee and a machine playeddoi:10.25673/38745 fatcat:s3io6hfjjjfnfhg4pigvoirnhe