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  • Acoustic Features in Dialogue Dominate Accurate Personality Trait Classification 

    Koutsombogera, Maria; Vogel, Carl (2020)
    We report on experiments in identifying personality traits from the dialogue of participants in the MULTISIMO corpus. Experiments used audio and linguistic features from participants’ speech and transcripts, ...
  • An Active Data Representation of Videos for Automatic Scoring of Oral Presentation Delivery Skills and Feedback Generation 

    Koutsombogera, Maria; Vogel, Carl; Campbell, Nick; Conlan, Owen (2020)
    Public speaking is an important skill, the acquisition of which requires dedicated and time consuming training. In recent years, researchers have started to investigate automatic methods to support public speaking skills ...
  • Aspects of Methodology for Interaction Analysis 

    Koutsombogera, Maria; Vogel, Carl (IEEE, 2020)
    Observational methods in interaction analysis are defended. Observational methods are distinguished from experimental methods with respect to the mode of data collection.Other approaches to human interaction analysis ...
  • Gaze, Dominance and Dialogue Role in the MULTISIMO Corpus 

    Koutsombogera, Maria; Vogel, Carl (2020)
    Analysis of human interactions benefits from understanding patterns of gaze in dialogue. Using a multi-modal task oriented dialogue corpus, we evaluate relations between gaze behaviours, conversational ...
  • A Heuristic Method for Automatic Gaze Detection in Constrained Multi-Modal Dialogue Corpora 

    Koutsombogera, Maria; Vogel, Carl (IEEE, 2020)
    We describe a heuristic-based approach to determining gaze allocation automatically in a multi-modal task oriented dialogue corpus. We present the development of the system and the evaluation of its performance and discuss ...
  • Modeling Collaborative Multimodal Behavior in Group Dialogues: The MULTISIMO Corpus 

    Koutsombogera, Maria; Vogel, Carl (European Language Resources Association (ELRA), 2018)
  • The MULTISIMO multimodal corpus of collaborative interactions 

    Koutsombogera, Maria; Vogel, Carl (2017)
    This paper describes a recently created multimodal corpus that has been designed to address multiparty interaction modelling, specifically collaborative aspects in task-based group interactions. A set of human-human ...
  • Mutual Gaze and Linguistic Repetition in a Multimodal Corpus 

    Vogel, Carl; Murat, Ana?s Claire; Koutsombogera, Maria (European Language Resources Association, 2022)
    This paper investigates the correlation between mutual gaze and linguistic repetition, a form of alignment, which we take as evidence of mutual understanding. We focus on a multimodal corpus made of three-party conversations ...
  • Observing Collaboration in Small-Group Interaction 

    Vogel, Carl; Koutsombogera, Maria (2019)
  • Quantifying dominance in the Multisimo corpus 

    Koutsombogera, Maria; Vogel, Carl (2018)
    This paper is concerned with investigating conversational (verbal and non verbal) features related to conversational dominance and discovering evident relations between these features, personality traits and perceived ...
  • Speech Pause Patterns in Collaborative Dialogs 

    Koutsombogera, Maria; Vogel, Carl (Springer International Publishing, 2019)
    This chapter discusses the multimodal analysis of human behavioral data from the big data perspective. Though multimodal big data bring tremendous opportunities for related applications, we present current challenges in ...
  • Synchrony in Human-Bonobo Dialog 

    Koutsombogera, Maria; Vogel, Carl (IEEE, 2020)
    Past research has suggested that bonobos have demonstrated capabilities of successful linguistic interaction with humans. A transcript of interactions linked to such claims is analyzed using methods that have been deployed ...
  • Understanding Laughter in Dialog 

    Koutsombogera, Maria; Vogel, Carl (2022)
    This work explores laughter within a corpus of three-party, task-based dialogs with native and non-native speakers of English, each consisting of two players and a facilitator, in relation to whether the laughter is perceived ...