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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.
* Artificial Intelligence Group, Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland
** Spatial Cognition Research Center (SFB/TR8),
University of Bremen, Germany
Table of Contents
A Probabilistic Approach to Modelling Spatial Language with Its Application To Sensor Models
Jamie Frost, Alastair Harrison, Stephen Pulman, Paul Newman
Spatial Relations in Text-to-Scene Conversion
Bob Coyne, Richard Sproat, Julia Hirschberg
From Language towards Formal Spatial Calculi
Parisa Kordjamshidi, Martijn Van Otterlo, Marie-Francine Moens
Human Evaluation of Robot-Generated Spatial Descriptions
Simon Dobnik, Stephen G. Pulman
Connecting Language and Geography with Region-Topic Models
Michael Speriosu, Travis Brown, Taesun Moon, Jason Baldridge, Katrin Erk
The Occurrence and Distribution of Spatial Reference Relative to Discourse Relations
Blake Stephen Howald
Interpreting Spatial Relational Nouns in Japanese
From Data Collection to Analysis - Exploring Regional Linguistic Variation in Route Directions by Spatially-Stratified Web Sampling
Sen Xu, Anuj Jaiswal, Xiao Zhang, Alexander Klippel, Prasenjit Mitra, Alan MacEachren
Spatial Relations for Positioning Objects in a Cabinet
Yohei Kurata, Hui Shi
Iconic Gestures with Spatial Semantics: A Case Study
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