[CEUR Workshop Proceedings] Vol-620

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Computational Models of Spatial Language Interpretation

Proceedings of the Workshop on Computational Models of Spatial Language Interpretation at Spatial Cognition 2010

Mt. Hood/Portland, Oregon, USA, August 15, 2010.

Edited by

Robert Ross *
Joana Hois **
John Kelleher *

* Artificial Intelligence Group, Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland
** Spatial Cognition Research Center (SFB/TR8), University of Bremen, Germany

Table of Contents

  1. A Probabilistic Approach to Modelling Spatial Language with Its Application To Sensor Models 1-8
    Jamie Frost, Alastair Harrison, Stephen Pulman, Paul Newman
  2. Spatial Relations in Text-to-Scene Conversion 9-16
    Bob Coyne, Richard Sproat, Julia Hirschberg
  3. From Language towards Formal Spatial Calculi 17-24
    Parisa Kordjamshidi, Martijn Van Otterlo, Marie-Francine Moens
  4. Human Evaluation of Robot-Generated Spatial Descriptions 25-32
    Simon Dobnik, Stephen G. Pulman
  5. Connecting Language and Geography with Region-Topic Models 33-40
    Michael Speriosu, Travis Brown, Taesun Moon, Jason Baldridge, Katrin Erk
  6. The Occurrence and Distribution of Spatial Reference Relative to Discourse Relations 41-44
    Blake Stephen Howald
  7. Interpreting Spatial Relational Nouns in Japanese 45-48
    Sumiyo Nishiguchi
  8. From Data Collection to Analysis - Exploring Regional Linguistic Variation in Route Directions by Spatially-Stratified Web Sampling 49-52
    Sen Xu, Anuj Jaiswal, Xiao Zhang, Alexander Klippel, Prasenjit Mitra, Alan MacEachren
  9. Spatial Relations for Positioning Objects in a Cabinet 53-56
    Yohei Kurata, Hui Shi
  10. Iconic Gestures with Spatial Semantics: A Case Study 57-60
    Elizabeth Hinkelman

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08-Aug-2010: submitted by Robert Ross, Joana Hois, John Kelleher
12-Aug-2010: published on CEUR-WS.org