Publication

Evaluating an Algorithm for the Generation of Multimodal Referring Expressions in a Virtual World: A Pilot Study

van der Sluis, I., Breitfuss, W., Luz, S. & Prendinger, H., 2009, Proc. of IVA-2009. Amsterdam, Netherlands

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APA

van der Sluis, I., Breitfuss, W., Luz, S., & Prendinger, H. (2009). Evaluating an Algorithm for the Generation of Multimodal Referring Expressions in a Virtual World: A Pilot Study. In Proc. of IVA-2009 Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Author

van der Sluis, Ielka ; Breitfuss, Werner ; Luz, S. ; Prendinger, Helmut. / Evaluating an Algorithm for the Generation of Multimodal Referring Expressions in a Virtual World : A Pilot Study. Proc. of IVA-2009. Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2009.

Harvard

van der Sluis, I, Breitfuss, W, Luz, S & Prendinger, H 2009, Evaluating an Algorithm for the Generation of Multimodal Referring Expressions in a Virtual World: A Pilot Study. in Proc. of IVA-2009. Amsterdam, Netherlands.

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Evaluating an Algorithm for the Generation of Multimodal Referring Expressions in a Virtual World : A Pilot Study. / van der Sluis, Ielka; Breitfuss, Werner; Luz, S.; Prendinger, Helmut.

Proc. of IVA-2009. Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2009.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contributionAcademicpeer-review

Vancouver

van der Sluis I, Breitfuss W, Luz S, Prendinger H. Evaluating an Algorithm for the Generation of Multimodal Referring Expressions in a Virtual World: A Pilot Study. In Proc. of IVA-2009. Amsterdam, Netherlands. 2009


BibTeX

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abstract = "This paper presents a quest for the most suitable setting and method to assess the naturalness of the output of an existing algorithm for the generation of multimodal referring expressions. For the evaluation of this algorithm a setting in Second Life was built. This paper reports on a pilot study that aimed to assess (1) the suitability of the setting and (2) the design of our evaluation method. Results show that subjects are able to discriminate between different types of referring expressions the algorithm produces. Lessons learnt in designing questionnaires are also reported.",
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