Presentation 2003/3/11
Development of Free Turn Chatting System and Analysis of the dynamics of social dialog
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Abstract(in English) In analyzing everyday conversation, it is important to know the relation among the participants and when they made their utterances. Existing chatting systems, however, do not allow real-time observation of who has made an utterance when, and what effects a particular utterance has on the subsequent dialog. It is also difficult to know to whom a given utterance is made and what social relations the participants have with one another. This paper proposes a free turn harting system that has the above functions. One of the features of this system is that it allows the users to make their utterances simultaneously. In our experiment with the system, we have observed simultaneous utterances by more than one user and the shift of one's utterance position. It has been experimentally confirmed that the system enables the real-time observation of the dynamics in a given dialog. It also opens a new way to analyze a dialog and the social relations among the participants.
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Keyword(in English) Utterance timing / Simultaneous utterance / Social relation / Dialog analysis / Chat
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Title (in English) Development of Free Turn Chatting System and Analysis of the dynamics of social dialog
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Keyword(1) Utterance timing
Keyword(2) Simultaneous utterance
Keyword(3) Social relation
Keyword(4) Dialog analysis
Keyword(5) Chat
1st Author's Name Yuji YAMADA
1st Author's Affiliation Faculty of Information, Shizuoka University()
2nd Author's Name Yugo TAKEUCHI
2nd Author's Affiliation Faculty of Information, Shizuoka University
Date 2003/3/11
Paper # HCS2002-50
Volume (vol) vol.102
Number (no) 734
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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