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Transfer Learning with an Ensemble of Background Tasks, Z. Marx, M. T. Rosenstein, L. P. Kaelbling, and T. G. Dietterich. NIPS 2005 Workshop on Transfer Learning, Whistler, BC. Toward Adaptive Information Fusion in Multimodal Systems, Xiao Huang and Sharon Oviatt. Technical paper, Center for Human-Computer Communication.
To Transfer or Not to Transfer, M. T. Rosenstein, Z. Marx, L. P. Kaelbling, and T. G. Dietterich. NIPS 2005 Workshop on Transfer Learning, Whistler,BC.
Skeletons in the Parser: Using Shallow Parsing to Improve Deep Parsing, M. Swift, J. Allen, and D. Gildea.
Semi-Supervised Text Classification Using EM, Kamal Nigam, Andrew McCallum, and Tom M. Mitchell.
Semantics, Dialogue, and Reference Resolution, J. Tetreault and J. Allen.
Recovery from Interruptions: Knowledge Workers’ Strategies, Failures and Envisioned Solutions, Simone Stumpf, Margaret Burnett, Thomas G. Dietterich, Kevin Johnsrude, Jonathan Herlocker, and Vidya Rajaram. Institution: Oregon State University Corvallis, OR
Quiet Interfaces That Help Students Think, Sharon Oviatt, Alex Arthur, and Julia Cohen.
Quality Guarantees on Locally Optimal Solutions for Distributed Constraint Optimization Problems, Jonathan P. Pearce and Milind Tambe.
Online Query Relaxation via Bayesian Causal Structures Discovery, Ion Muslea and Thomas J. Lee. Proceedings of the Twentieth National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI 2005), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 2005.
Joint Deduplication of Multiple Record Types in Relational Data, Aron Culotta and Andrew McCallum. CIKM’05, Bremen, Germany.
Introduction to SPARK, D. Morley.
An Introduction to Conditional Random Fields for Relational Learning, Charles Sutton and Andrew McCallum.
Incremental Parsing with Reference Interaction, S. Stoness, J. Tetreault, and J. Allen.
Implementation Techniques for Solving POMDPs in Personal Assistant Domains, Pradeep Varakantham, Rajiv Maheswaran, and Milind Tambe.
Electric Elves: What Went Wrong and Why, Milind Tambe, Emma Bowring, Jonathan P. Pearce, Pradeep Varakantham, Paul Scerri, and David V. Pynadath. Copyright 2005, American Association for Artificial Intelligence.
Dialogue Structure and Pronoun Resolution, J. Tetreault, and J. Allen.
Composition of Conditional Random Fields for Transfer Learning, Charles Sutton and Andrew McCallum. Proceedings of HLT/EMNLP, 2005.
Combining User Modeling and Machine Learning to Predict Users’ Multimodal Integration Patterns, Xiao Huang, Sharon Oviatt, and Rebecca Lunsford. Technical paper by Natural Interaction Systems and Center for Human-Computer Communication.
A* Based Joint Segmentation and Classification of Dialog Acts in Multiparty Meetings, Matthias Zimmermann, Yang Liu, Elizabeth Shriberg, and Andreas Stolcke. Proceedings of the IEEE Speech Recognition and Understanding Workshop, Cancun, 2005.
Asimovian Multiagents: Applying Laws of Robotics to Teams of Humans and Agents, Nathan Schurr, Pradeep Varakantham, Emma Bowring, Milind Tambe, and Barbara Grosz, 2005.
Collective Multi-Label Classification, Nadia Ghamrawi and Andrew McCallum. CIKM’05, Bremen, Germany.
Active Preference Learning for Personalized Calendar Scheduling Assistance, Melinda T. Gervasio, Michael D. Moffitt, Martha E. Pollack, Joseph M. Taylor, and Tomas E. Uribe. Proceedings of the 2005 International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, 2005.
Multimodal New Vocabulary Recognition through Speech and Handwriting in a Whiteboard Scheduling Application, Edward C. Kaiser. Proceedings of the International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, San Diego, CA., January 9-12, 2005, pgs. 51-58.
Task Learning by Instruction in Tailor, J. Blythe, January, 2005.
A new data-driven approach for multimedia presentation planning, A. Stent, H. Guo, February, 2005.
Evaluating evaluation methods for generation in the presence of variation, A. Stent, M. Marge, M. Singhai, February, 2005.
Multimodal Interfaces for Cell Phones and Mobile Technology, S. Oviatt, R. Lunsford, February, 2005.
A Personalized Time Management Assistant: Research Directions, Pauline M. Berry, Melinda Gervasio, Tomas Uribe, Martha Pollack, and Michael Moffitt. Proceedings of the AAAI 2005 Spring Symposium Series, Stanford, CA, March 2005.
Ontology-based Discourse Understanding for a Persistent Meeting Assistant, J. Niekrasz, M. Purver, S. Peters, March, 2005.
Towards a Personal Briefing Assistant, N. Garera, A. Rudnicky, March, 2005. Bumping Strategies for Scheduling in Incremental and Limited Information Exchange Domains, P. Modi, M. Veloso, March, 2005.
Calendar Assistants that Learn Preferences, J. Oh, S. Smith, March, 2005.
An Ontology of Time for the Semantic Web, J. Hobbs, F. Pan, March, 2005. Valuations of Possible Worlds (VPW): A Quantitative Framework for Analysis of Privacy Loss Among Collaborative Personal Assistant Agents, J. Hobbs, F. Pan, March, 2005.
Practical POMDPs for Personal Assistant Domains, P. Varakantham, R. Maheswaran, M. Tambe, March, 2005.
Optimize My Schedule But Keep it Flexible: Distribute Multi-Criteria Coordination for Personal Assistants, E. Bowring, M. Tambe, M. Yokoo, March, 2005.
A Family of Graphical-Game-Based Algorithms for Distributed Constraint Optimization, R. Maheswaran, J. Pearce, M. Tambe, March, 2005.
Real-time Audio-Visual Tracking for Meeting Analysis, D. Demirdjian, K. Wilson, M. Siracusa, T. Darrell, March, 2005. CAMEO: An Intelligent Meeting Recording and Summarization Assistant, P. Rybski, F. de la Torre, C. Vallespi, M. Veloso, T. Kanade, March, 2005.
Encoding Extraction as Inferences, J.W. Murdock, P. Pinheiro da Silva, D. Ferrucci, C. Welty, D. McGuinness, March, 2005.
Towards Managing Knowledge Collection from Volunteer Contributions, T. Chklovski, Y. Gil, March, 2005.
Can Modeling Redundancy In Multimodal, Multi-party Tasks Support Dynamic Learning? Edward C. Kaiser. CHI 2005 Workshop: CHI Virtuality 2005, Portland, OR., USA, April 3, 2005.
An Expressive Language and Efficient Execution System for Software Agents, G. Barish, C. Knoblock, April, 2005.
Aspects of the Virtuality Continuum and Multi-Participant Interaction Modeling in the Artificial Agent-Assisted Meeting Scenario, S. Banerjee, A. Rudnicky, April, 2005.
Enabling Rich Human-Agent Interaction for a Calendar Scheduling Agent, A. Faulring, B. Myers, April, 2005.
Examining Task Engagement in Sensor-Based Statistical Models of Human Interruptibility, J. Fogarty, A.J. Ko, H.H. Aung, E. Golden, K.P. Tang, S.E. Hudson, April, 2005.
Ontology-based multi-party meeting understanding, M. Purver, J. Niekrasz, S. Peters, April, 2005.
Unsupervised Activity Discovery and Characterization From Event-Streams, R. Hamid, S. Maddi, A. Johnson, A. Bobick, I. Essa, C. Isbell, April, 2005.
Learning to Track Multiple People in Omnidirectional Video, F. de la Torre, C. Vallespi, P. Rybski, M. Veloso, T. Kanade, April, 2005. eWatch: Context Sensitive System Design Case Study, A. Smailagic, D.P. Siewiorek, U. Maurer, A. Rowe, K. Tang, May, 2005.
Partial Constraint Satisfaction of Disjunctive Temporal Problems, M. Moffitt, M. Pollack, May, 2005.
Towards an Ontology of Information Structure, J. Hobbs, May, 2005.
IWTrust: Improving User Trust in Answers from the Web, I. Zaihrayeu, P. Pinheiro da Silva, D. McGuinness, May, 2005.
Web Explanations for Semantic Heterogeneity Discovery, P. Shvaiko, F. Giunchiglia, P. Pinheiro da Silva, D. McGuinness, May, 2005.
A Portable Process Language, Peter E. Clark, David Morley, Vinay K. Chaudhri, and Karen L. Myers. In Workshop on the Role of Ontologies in Planning and Scheduling, Monterey, CA; June 7, 2005.
Activity recognition and abnormality detection with the switching hidden semi-markov model, T. Duong, H. Bui, D. Phung, S. Venkatesh, June, 2005.
Two Approaches to Semi-Dynamic Disjunctive Temporal Problems, P. Schwartz, M. Pollack, June, 2005.
Solving Over-constrained Disjunctive Temporal Problems with Preferences, B. Peintner, M. Moffitt, M. Pollack, June, 2005.
Mixed-Initiative Issues for a Personalized Time Management Assistant, P. Berry, M. Gervasio, T. Uribe, and N. Yorke-Smith. Proceedings of ICAPS’05 Workshop on Mixed-Initiative Planning and Scheduling, Monterey, CA, pp. 12-17, Jun 2005.
A Temporal Planning with Preferences and Probabilities, R. Morris, P. Morris, L. Khatib, N. Yorke-Smith, June, 2005.
Helping end users modify procedures by instruction, J. Blythe, V. Ratnakar, June, 2005.
Multiple Face Recognition from Omnidirectional Video, F. De la Torre, C. Vallespi, P. Rybski, M. Veloso, T. Kanade, June, 2005.
Tracking Objects through Occlusions, Y. Huang, I. Essa, June, 2005.
Detection and Explanation of Anomalous Activities: Representing Activities as Bags of Event n-Grams, R. Hamid, A. Johnson, S. Batta, A. Bobick, C. Isbell, G. Coleman, June, 2005. A Context-Specific Electronic Design and Prototyping Course, A. Smailagic, D. Siewiorek, U. Maurer, A. Rowe, K. Tang, June, 2005.
Multiple Face Recognition from Omnidirectional Video, F. De la Torre, C. Vallespi, P. Rybski, M. Veloso, T. Kanade, June, 2005.
Reference reconciliation in complex information spaces, X. Dong, A. Halevy, J. Madhavan, June, 2005.
Disjunctive Temporal Planning with Uncertainty, K. Benable, N. Yorke-Smith, June, 2005.
Representational Oriented Component Analysis (ROCA) for Face Recognition with One Sample Image per Training Class, F. De la Torre, R. Gross, S. Baker, V. Kumar, June, 2005.
From External to Internal Regret, A. Blum, Y, Mansour, June, 2005.
Learning and detecting activities from movement trajectories using the hierarchical hidden Markov model, N. Nguyen, D. Phung, S. Venkatesh, and H. Bui. IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, June 2005.
Classification of Examples by Multiple Agents with Private Features, J. Modi, P. Kim, July, 2005.
Extending Continuous Time Bayesian Networks, K. Gopalratnam, H. Kautz, D. Weld, July, 2005.
Location-Based Activity Recognition using Relational Markov Networks, L. Liao, D. Fox, H. Kautz, July, 2005.
Learning Planning rules in Noisy Stochastic Worlds, L. Zettlemoyer, H. Pasula, L. Kaelbling, July, 2005.
Learning Factor Graphs in Polynomial Time & Sample Complexity, P. Abbeel, D. Koller, A. Ng, July, 2005.
Inducing Source Descriptions for Automated Web Service Composition, M. Carman, C. Knoblock, July, 2005.
Learning to Select Negotiation Strategies in Multi-Agent Meeting Scheduling, E. Crawford, M. Veloso, July, 2005.
An analysis of Procedural Learning by Instruction, J. Blythe, July, 2005.
Anytime, Complete Algorithm for Finding Utilitarian Optimal Solutions to STPPs, B. Peintner, M. Pollack, July, 2005.
Augmenting Disjunctive Temporal Problems with Finite-Domain Constraints, M. Moffitt, B. Peintner, M. Pollack, July, 2005.
Inducing Source Descriptions for Automatic Web Service Composition, M. Carman, C. Knoblock, July, 2005.
An Analysis of Knowledge Collected from Volunteer Contributors, T. Chklovski, Y. Gil, July, 2005.
Functional Specification of Probabilistic Process Models, A. Pfeffer, July, 2005.
Collaborative and argumentative models of meeting discussions, V. Pallotta, J. Niekrasz, M. Purver, July, 2005.
Discriminative Cluster Analysis, F. De la Torre, T. Kanade, July, 2005.
A Multimodal Discourse Ontology For Meeting Understanding, J. Niekrasz, M. Purver, July, 2005.
How Local Is That Optimum? k-optimality for DCOP, J. Pearce, R. Maheswaran, M. Tambe, July, 2005.
Exploiting Belief Bounds: Practical POMDPs for Personal Assistant Agents, P. Varakantham, R. Maheswaran, M. Tambe, July, 2005.
Reply Expectation Prediction for Email management, M. Dredze, J. Blitzer, F. Pereira, July, 2005.
Spam Deobfuscation using a hidden Markov Model, H. Lee, A. Ng, July, 2005.
Bumping Strategies for the Multiagent Agreement Problem, P. Modi, M. Veloso, July, 2005.
Valuations of Possible States(VPS): A Quantitative Framework for Analysis of Privacy Loss Among Collaborative Personal Assistant Agents, R. Maheswaran, J. Pearce, P. Varakantham, E. Bowring, M. Tambe, July, 2005.
A Family of Graphical-Game-Based Algorithms for Distributed Constraint Optimization Problems, R. Maheswaran, J. Pearce, M. Tambe, July, 2005.
Preprocessing techniques for accelerating DCOP algorithm ADOPT, S. Ali, S. Koenig, M. Tambe, July, 2005.
The DLR Hierarchy of Approximate Inference, M. Rosen-Zvi, M. Jordan, A. Yuille, July, 2005.
Semantic annotation of unstructured and ungrammatical text, M. Michelson, C. Knoblock, July, 2005.
Just Do What I Tell You: The Limited Impact of Instructions on Multimodal Integration Patterns, S. Oviatt, R. Coulston, R. Lunsford, July, 2005.
BLOG: Probabilistic Models with Unknown Objects, B. Milch, B. Marthi, D. Sontag, S. Russell, D. Ong, A. Kolobov, July, 2005.
Applying Local Search to Disjunctive Temporal Problems, M. Moffitt, M. Pollack, July, 2005.
Identifying Conflicts in Overconstrained Temporal Problems, M. Liffiton, M. Moffitt, M. Pollack, K. Sakallah, July, 2005.
Distributive and Collective Readings in Group Protocols, S. Rossi, S. Kumar, P. Cohen, July, 2005.
Learning to Understand Web Site Update Requests, W. Cohen, E. Minkov, A. Tomasic, July, 2005.
Stacked Sequential Learning, W. Cohen, July, 2005.
Expectation Propagation for Continuous Time Bayesian Networks, U. Nodelman, D. Koller, C. Shelton, July, 2005.
Expectation Maximization and Complex Duration Distributions for Continuous Time Bayesian Networks, U. Nodelman, C. Shelton, D. Koller, July, 2005.
Temporal Planning with Preferences and Probabilities, R. Morris, P. Morris, L. Khatib, N. Yorke-Smith, July, 2005.
A Probabilistic Model of Redundancy in Information Extraction, D. Downey, O. Etzioni, S. Soderland, August, 2005.
Contextual Recognition of Head Gestures, L. Morency, C. Lee, C. Sidner, T. Darrell, August, 2005.
Disjunctive Temporal Planning with Uncertainty, K. Venable, N. Yorke-Smith, August, 2005.
Harmonic mixtures: Combining mixture models and graph-based methods for inductive and scalable semi-supervised learning, X. Zhu, J. Lafferty, August, 2005.
Person Identification in Webcam Images: An Application of Semi-Supervised Learning, M. Balcan, A. Blum, P. Choi, J. Lafferty, B. Pantano, M. Rwebangira, X. Zhu, August, 2005.
Fast Inference and Learning in Large-State-Space HMMs, S. Siddiqi, A. Moore, August, 2005.
Multimodal Oriented Discriminant Analysis, F. De la Torre, T. Kanade, August, 2005.
Learning and Recognizing Activities in Streams of Video, D. Govindaraju, M. Veloso, August, 2005.
On the Collective Classification of Email Speech Acts, V. Carvalho, W. Cohen, August, 2005.
Using Term Informativeness for Named Entity Detection, J. Rennie, T. Jaakkola, August, 2005.
Group and Topic Discovery from Relations and Text, Xuerui Wang, Natasha Mohanty, and Andrew McCallum. LinkKDD2005 August 21, 2005, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
Learning Dynamic Time Preferences in Multi-Agent Meeting Scheduling, E. Crawford, M. Veloso, September, 2005.
Composing, optimizing, and executing plans for bioinformatics web services, S. Thakkar, J. Ambite, C. Knoblock, September, 2005.
Meeting Structure Annotation: Data and Tools, A. Gruenstein, J. Niekrasz, M. Purver, September, 2005.
On Improvements to CI-based GMM Selection, A. Chan, M. Ravishankar, A. Rudnicky, September, 2005.
Investigations on Ensemble Based Semi-Supervised Acoustic Model Training, R. Zhang, Z. Al Bawab, A. Chan, A. Chotiomongkol, D. Huggins-Daines, A. Rudnicky, September, 2005.
The Necessity of a Meeting Recording and Playback System, and the Benefit of Topic-Level Annotations to Meeting Browsing, S. Banerjee, C. Rose, A. Rudnicky, September, 2005.
Distributed Pointing for Multimodal Collaboration over Sketched Diagrams, Paulo Barthelmess, Ed Kaiser, Xiao Huang, David Demirdjian. Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Multimodal Interfaces (ICMI ’05), Trento, Italy, October 4-6, 2005, pgs. 10-17.
Extracting Personal Names from Email: Applying Named Entity Recognition to Informal Text, E. Minkov, R. Wang, W. Cohen, October, 2005.
Extracting Product Features and Opinions from Reviews, A. Popescu, O. Etzioni, October, 2005.
KnowItNow: Fast, Scalable Information Extraction from the Web, M. Cafarella, D. Downey, S. Soderland, October, 2005.
Relational dynamic Bayesian networks, S. Sanghai, P. Domingos, D. Weld, October, 2005.
Integration of Heterogeneous Knowledge Sources in the CALO Query Manager, Jose-Luis Ambite, Vinay K. Chaudhri, Richard Fikes, Jessica Jenkins, Sunil Mishra, Maria Muslea, Tomas Uribe, and Guizhen Yang. SRI Technical Report, October 2005.
Task Management under Change and Uncertainty: Constraint Solving Experience with the CALO Project, P. Berry, K. Myers, T. Uribe, N. Yorke-Smith, October, 2005.
Change and Uncertainty in Temporal CSPs Experience with the CALO Project, K. Venable, N. Yorke-Smith, October, 2005.
Improving the design of intelligent acquisition interfaces for collecting world knowledge from web contributors, T. Chklovski, Y. Gil, October, 2005.
SHACER: A Speech and Handwriting Recognizer, E. Kaiser, October, 2005.
A Demonstration of Distributed Pointing and Referencing for Multimodal Collaboration Over Sketched Diagrams, Edward C. Kaiser, P. Barthelmess, X. Huang and D. Demirdjian. Workshop Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Multimodal Interfaces (ICMI 2005), Workshop on Multimodal, Multiparty Meeting Processing, Oct. 7, 2005, Trento, Italy.
Multimodal Play Back of Collaborative Multiparty Corpora, Edward C. Kaiser, P. Barthelmess, Alexander Arthur. Workshop Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Multimodal Interfaces (ICMI 2005), Oct. 7, 2005, Trento, Italy. Definition and Application of A Grammar for Multimedia Presentation Content Structure, H. Guo, October, 2005.
Analysis of Movement and Mobility of Wireless Network Users, J. Shaffer, D. Siewiorek, A. Smailagic, October, 2005. Trading off prediction accuracy and power consumption for context-aware wearable computing, A. Krause, M. Ihmig, E. Rankin, S. Gupta, D. Leong, P. Siewiorek, A. Smailagic, October, 2005.
Proceedings of the ISWC 2005 Workshop on The Semantic Desktop – Next Generation Information Management & Collaboration Infrastructure, Galway, Ireland, November 6, 2005, CEUR-WS.org, vol. 175, November 2005. Stefan Decker, Jack Park, Dennis Quan, Leo Sauermann (ed.)
IRIS: Integrate. Relate. Infer. Share. Adam Cheyer, Jack Park, and Richard Giuli. Workshop on The Semantic Desktop – Next Generation Personal Information Management and Collaboration Infrastructure at the International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC2005). 6 November 2005, Galway, Ireland.
Topic Transition Detection Using Hierarchical Markov and Semi-Markov Models, D. Phung, T. Duong, S. Venkatesh, H. Bui, November, 2005.
A Cognitive Framework for Delegation to an Assistive User Agent, K. Myers and N. Yorke-Smith. Proceedings of AAAI 2005 Fall Symposium on Mixed-Initiative Problem Solving Assistants, Arlington, VA, November 2005.
Robust Real-Time Human Activity Recognition From Tracked Face Displacements, P. Rybski, M. Veloso, December, 2005.
Online Bounds for Bayesian Algorithms, S. Kakade, A. Ng, December, 2005.
Learning syntactic patterns for automatic hypernym discovery, R. Snow, D. Jurafsky, A. Ng, December, 2005.
Learning Visual Object Definitions by Observing Human Activities, M. Veloso, F. von Hundelshausen, P. Rybski, December, 2005.
The SPARK Agent Framework, David Morley and, Karen Myers. Proceedings of the Third Int. Joint Conf. on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS-04), New York, NY, pp. 712-719, July 2004.
Semantics, Dialogue, and Pronoun Resolution, J. Tetreault and J. Allen.
Dynamic New Vocabulary Enrollment through Handwriting and Speech in a Multimodal Scheduling Application, Edward C. Kaiser. Making Pen-Based Interaction Intelligent and Natural, Papers from the 2004 AAAI Symposium, Technical Report FS-04-06, Arlington, VA., USA, October 21-24, 2004, pgs. 85-91.
Demo: A Multimodal Learning Interface for Sketch, Speak and Point Creation of a Schedule Chart, Ed Kaiser, David Demirdjian, Alexander Gruenstein, Xiaoguang Li, John Niekrasz, Matt Wesson, and Sanjeev Kumar. Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Multimodal Interfaces (ICMI 2004), State College, Pennsylvania, USA, October 14-15, 2004, pgs. 329-330.