InSTIL/ICALL 2004 Symposium on Computer Assisted Learning

June 17-19, 2004
Venice, Italy

Bibliographic Reference

[ICALL-2004] InSTIL/ICALL 2004 Symposium on Computer Assisted Learning, NLP and speech technologies in advanced language learning systems, Venice, Italy, June 17-19, 2004, ISCA Archive,

Author Index and Quick Access to Abstracts

Aikawa   Andersen   Angelova   Antoniadis   Ayala   Badia   Baldwin   Barbier   Beck   Bender   Bernstein   Bianchi   Biscetti   Bonneau   Boytcheva   Brammer   Brown, Charles Grant   Brown, Jonathan   Camus   Carl   Choi   Cole   Colotte   Cosi   Cruz   Cucchiarini (003)   Cucchiarini (032)   Dantsuji   Delmonte (022)   Delmonte (049)   Demol   Desmet   Díaz   Echinard   Eskenazi (006)   Eskenazi (035)   Flagel   Flickinger   Forst   Fortmann   Garnier (008)   Garnier (031)   Genabith   Gerosa (002)   Gerosa (040)   Giuliani (002)   Giuliani (040)   Granström   Greene   Haller   Hamel   Handley   Heiner   Hincks   Hirano   Ishida   Jimenez   Johnson (005)   Johnson (012)   Jong   Kawahara   Kawai   Keim   Kempen   Keogh   Khurana   Kirschning   Klenner   Knott   Koller   Koster   Kraif   Landes   Laprie   Lawyer   Lebarbé   Lessard   Levi   Levison   Loiseau   Mac_Lochlainn   Marsella   Martin   Menzel   Mich   Montanari   Mordonini   Morgan   Mostow   Mote (005)   Mote (012)   Narayanan (005)   Narayanan (012)   Narayanan (047)   Neri (003)   Neri (032)   Ó Néill   Oepen   Pahud   Paulussen   Peabody   Pellom   Pfitzinger   Poggi   Ponton   Quint   Quixal   Raux   Rico   Rosenfeld   Ruggia   Rycshka   Schmidt   Schwartz   Seneff (023)   Seneff (036)   Seneff (041)   Sethy   Sharwood   Silva   Stokowski   Strik (003)   Strik (032)   Stroede   Strupchanska   Struyve   Thomas   Tillmann   Torrejon   Truong   Tsubota   Valderrabanos   Verhelst   Verhoeve   Viljhálmsson   Vitanova (013)   Vitanova (044)   Vlugter   Vuren   Wagner (014)   Wagner (027)   Walsh   Wang, Chao (023)   Wang, Chao (041)   Wang, Chau   Ward   Weatherall   Wilks   Wind   Winiwarter   Yankova   Yildirim   Zamorano Mansilla   Zhang   Zock  

Names written in boldface refer to first authors, in CAPITAL letters to keynote and invited papers. Full papers can be accessed from the abstracts (ISCA members only). Please note that each abstract opens in a separate window.

Table of Contents and Access to Abstracts

Granström, Björn: "Towards a virtual language tutor", paper 001.

Gerosa, Matteo / Giuliani, Diego: "Preliminary investigations in automatic recognition of English sentences uttered by Italian children", paper 002.

Neri, Ambra / Cucchiarini, Catia / Strik, Helmer: "Segmental errors in Dutch as a second language: how to establish priorities for CAPT", paper 003.

Tillmann, Hans G. / Pfitzinger, Hartmut R.: "The development of an advanced SLP-based system for the individual learning and fast training of speaking skills in a new foreign language [planning the graduate college research program "Chinese for German engineers (and other L1-speakers of German)"", paper 004.

Johnson, W. Lewis / Marsella, Stacy / Mote, Nicolaus / Viljhálmsson, Hannes / Narayanan, Shrikanth / Choi, Sunhee: "Tactical language training system: supporting the rapid acquisition of foreign language and cultural skills", paper 005.

Brown, Jonathan / Eskenazi, Maxine: "Retrieval of authentic documents for reader-specific lexical practice", paper 006.

Demol, M. / Struyve, K. / Verhelst, W. / Paulussen, H. / Desmet, P. / Verhoeve, P.: "Efficient non-uniform time-scaling of speech with WSOLA for CALL applications", paper 007.

Schmidt, Paul / Garnier, Sandrine / Sharwood, Mike / Badia, Toni / Díaz, Lourdes / Quixal, Martí / Ruggia, Ana / Valderrabanos, Antonio S. / Cruz, Alberto J. / Torrejon, Enrique / Rico, Celia / Jimenez, Jorge: "ALLES: 'controlled language tools² and ‘information extraction tools² for CALL applications", paper 008.

Kraif, Olivier / Antoniadis, Georges / Echinard, Sandra / Loiseau, Mathieu / Lebarbé, Thomas / Ponton, Claude: "NLP tools for CALL: the simpler, the better", paper 009.

Zock, Michael / Quint, Julien: "Converting an electronic dictionary into a drill tutor", paper 010.

Mac Lochlainn, Mícheál / Ó Néill, Gearóid: "Specifying grammatical points", paper 011.

Mote, Nicolaus / Johnson, Lewis / Sethy, Abhinav / Silva, Jorge / Narayanan, Shrikanth: "Tactical language detection and modeling of learner speech errors: the case of Arabic tactical language training for american English speakers", paper 012.

Vitanova, Irena: "Evaluating integrated NLP in foreign language learning: technology meets pedagogy", paper 013.

Greene, Cara / Keogh, Katrina / Koller, Thomas / Wagner, Joachim / Ward, Monica / Genabith, Josef van: "Using NLP technology in CALL", paper 014.

Fortmann, Christian / Forst, Martin: "An LFG grammar checker for CALL", paper 015.

Hincks, Rebecca: "Processing the prosody of oral presentations", paper 016.

Ishida, Akira: "Measuring the appropriateness of laxical tones in bisyllabic Chinese words", paper 017.

Handley, Zöe / Hamel, Marie-Josée: "Investigating the requirements of speech synthesis for CALL with a view to developing a benchmark", paper 018.

Menzel, Wolfgang: "Errors, intentions, and explanations: feedback generation for language tutoring systems", paper 019.

Bender, Emily M. / Flickinger, Dan / Oepen, Stephan / , Annemarie Walsh (1), Timothy Baldwin (2) / Walsh, Annemarie / Baldwin, Timothy: "Arboretum: using a precision grammar for grammar checking in CALL", paper 020.

Zamorano Mansilla, Juan Rafael: "Text generators, error analysis and feedback", paper 021.

Delmonte, Rodolfo: "Evaluating students² summaries with GETARUNS", paper 022.

Wang, Chao / Seneff, Stephanie: "High-quality speech translation for language learning", paper 023.

Levi, Tatiana / Stokowski, Steve / Koster, Nikolaus / Rycshka, Andreas: "Voice recognition feature of the German express courseware: conceptualization, specification and prototyping - model elaboration through phases", paper 024.

Schwartz, Lee / Aikawa, Takako / Pahud, Michel: "Dynamic language learning tools", paper 025.

Winiwarter, Werner: "PETRA - the personal embedded translation and reading assistant", paper 026.

Wagner, Joachim: "A false friends exercise with authentic material retrieved from a corpus", paper 027.

Bonneau, Anne / Camus, Matthieu / Laprie, Yves / Colotte, Vincent: "A computer-assisted learning of English prosody for French students", paper 028.

Thomas, Craig / Levison, Michael / Lessard, Greg: "Experiments in prosody for the generation of oral French", paper 029.

Hirano, Hiroko / Kawai, Goh: "Modeling pitch errors of Japanese intonational phrases spoken by a native speaker of Chinese", paper 030.

Haller, Johann / Carl, Michael / Garnier, Sandrine / Stroede, Brigitte / Wind, Lutz: "NLP tools for intelligent learner utterance evaluation", paper 031.

Truong, Khiet / Neri, Ambra / Cucchiarini, Catia / Strik, Helmer: "Automatic pronunciation error detection: an acoustic-phonetic approach", paper 032.

Tsubota, Yasushi / Dantsuji, Masatake / Kawahara, Tatsuya: "Practical use of autonomous English pronunciation learning system for Japanese students", paper 033.

Bernstein, Jared / Barbier, Isabella / Rosenfeld, Elizabeth / Jong, John De: "Development and validation of an automatic spoken Spanish test", paper 034.

Raux, Antoine / Eskenazi, Maxine: "Using task-oriented spoken dialogue systems for language learning: potential, practical applications and challenges", paper 035.

Seneff, Stephanie / Wang, Chau / Zhang, Julia: "Spoken conversational interaction for language learning", paper 036.

Wilks, Yorick: "Artificial companions", paper 037.

Klenner, Manfred: "Tutorial dialogue in diBEx", paper 038.

Kirschning, Ingrid: "CSLU toolkit-based vocabulary tutors for the Jean Piaget special education school", paper 039.

Mich, Ornella / Giuliani, Diego / Gerosa, Matteo: "Parling, a CALL system for children", paper 040.

Peabody, Mitchell / Seneff, Stephanie / Wang, Chao: "Mandarin tone acquisition through typed interactions", paper 041.

MARTIN, Philippe: "Winpitch LTL II, a multimodal pronunciation software", paper 042.

Kempen, Gerard: "Interactive visualization of syntactic structure assembly for grammar-intensive first- and second-language instruction", paper 043.

Boytcheva, Svetla / Vitanova, Irena / Strupchanska, Albena / Yankova, Milena / Angelova, Galia: "Towards the assessment of free learner's utterances in CALL", paper 044.

Ayala, Gerardo: "Software agents supporting second language learning as a personalized, collaborative and lifelong activity", paper 045.

Heiner, Cecily / Beck, Joseph / Mostow, Jack: "Improving the help selection policy in a reading tutor that listens", paper 046.

Montanari, Simona / Yildirim, Serdar / Khurana, Sonia / Landes, Marni / Lawyer, Lewis / Andersen, Elaine / Narayanan, Shrikanth: "Analyzing the interplay between spoken language and gestural cues in conversational child-machine interactions in pre/early literate age groups", paper 047.

Bianchi, Dario / Mordonini, Monica / Poggi, Agostino: "Spoken dialog for e-learning supported by domain ontologies", paper 048.

Cosi, Piero / Delmonte, Rodolfo / Biscetti, S. / Cole, Ron A. / Pellom, Brian / Vuren, S. van: "Italian literacy tutor - tools and technologies for individuals with cognitive disabilities", paper 049.

Vlugter, Peter / Knott, Alistair / Weatherall, Victoria: "A human-machine dialogue system for CALL", paper 050.

Brown, Charles Grant / Keim, Nathan / Brammer, Kevin / Flagel, Lorne: "The incomplete grammar approach to the development of a strong-AI based ICALL system", paper 051.

Morgan, John J.: "Making a speech recognizer tolerate non-native speech through Gaussian mixture merging", paper 052.