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*2009
81EEPamela W. Jordan, Diane J. Litman, Michael Lipschultz, Joanna Drummond: Evidence of Misunderstandings in Tutorial Dialogue and their Impact on Learning. AIED 2009: 125-132
80EEDiane J. Litman, Johanna D. Moore, Myroslava Dzikovska, Elaine Farrow: Using Natural Language Processing to Analyze Tutorial Dialogue Corpora Across Domains Modalities. AIED 2009: 149-156
79EEMin Chi, Pamela W. Jordan, Kurt VanLehn, Diane J. Litman: To Elicit Or To Tell: Does It Matter? AIED 2009: 197-204
78EEKatherine Forbes-Riley, Diane J. Litman: Adapting to Student Uncertainty Improves Tutoring Dialogues. AIED 2009: 33-40
2008
77 Amruta Purandare, Diane J. Litman: Analyzing Dialog Coherence Using Transition Patterns in Lexical and Semantic Features. FLAIRS Conference 2008: 195-200
76 Amruta Purandare, Diane J. Litman: Content-Learning Correlations in Spoken Tutoring Dialogs at Word, Turn, and Discourse Levels. FLAIRS Conference 2008: 439-443
75EEArthur Ward, Diane J. Litman: Semantic Cohesion and Learning. Intelligent Tutoring Systems 2008: 459-469
74EEKatherine Forbes-Riley, Diane J. Litman, Mihai Rotaru: Responding to Student Uncertainty During Computer Tutoring: An Experimental Evaluation. Intelligent Tutoring Systems 2008: 60-69
73EEPamela W. Jordan, Diane J. Litman: Minimal Feedback During Tutorial Dialogue. Intelligent Tutoring Systems 2008: 671-673
72EEJoel R. Tetreault, Diane J. Litman: A Reinforcement Learning approach to evaluating state representations in spoken dialogue systems. Speech Communication 50(8-9): 683-696 (2008)
71EEKatherine Forbes-Riley, Mihai Rotaru, Diane J. Litman: The relative impact of student affect on performance models in a spoken dialogue tutoring system. User Model. User-Adapt. Interact. 18(1-2): 11-43 (2008)
2007
70EEKatherine Forbes-Riley, Diane J. Litman: Investigating Human Tutor Responses to Student Uncertainty for Adaptive System Development. ACII 2007: 678-689
69EEMihai Rotaru, Diane J. Litman: The Utility of a Graphical Representation of Discourse Structure in Spoken Dialogue Systems. ACL 2007
68 Arthur Ward, Diane J. Litman: Dialog Convergence and Learning. AIED 2007: 262-269
67 Katherine Forbes-Riley, Diane J. Litman, Amruta Purandare, Mihai Rotaru, Joel R. Tetreault: Comparing Linguistic Features for Modeling Learning in Computer Tutoring. AIED 2007: 270-277
66EEJoel R. Tetreault, Dan Bohus, Diane J. Litman: Estimating the Reliability of MDP Policies: a Confidence Interval Approach. HLT-NAACL 2007: 276-283
65EEHua Ai, Joel R. Tetreault, Diane J. Litman: Comparing User Simulation Models For Dialog Strategy Learning. HLT-NAACL (Short Papers) 2007: 1-4
64EEKatherine Forbes-Riley, Mihai Rotaru, Diane J. Litman, Joel R. Tetreault: Exploring Affect-Context Dependencies for Adaptive System Development. HLT-NAACL (Short Papers) 2007: 41-44
2006
63EEMihai Rotaru, Diane J. Litman: Dependencies between Student State and Speech Recognition Problems in Spoken Tutoring Dialogues. ACL 2006
62EEJoel R. Tetreault, Diane J. Litman: Using Reinforcement Learning to Build a Better Model of Dialogue State. EACL 2006
61 Katherine Forbes-Riley, Diane J. Litman, Scott Silliman, Joel R. Tetreault: Comparing Synthesized versus Pre-Recorded Tutor Speech in an Intelligent Tutoring Spoken Dialogue System. FLAIRS Conference 2006: 509-514
60 Arthur Ward, Diane J. Litman: Cohesion and Learning in a Tutorial Spoken Dialog System. FLAIRS Conference 2006: 533-538
59EEJoel R. Tetreault, Diane J. Litman: Comparing the Utility of State Features in Spoken Dialogue Using Reinforcement Learning. HLT-NAACL 2006
58EEKatherine Forbes-Riley, Diane J. Litman: Modelling User Satisfaction and Student Learning in a Spoken Dialogue Tutoring System with Generic, Tutoring, and User Affect Parameters. HLT-NAACL 2006
57EEDiane J. Litman, Julia Hirschberg, Marc Swerts: Characterizing and Predicting Corrections in Spoken Dialogue Systems. Computational Linguistics 32(3): 417-438 (2006)
56EEDiane J. Litman, Carolyn Penstein Rosé, Katherine Forbes-Riley, Kurt VanLehn, Dumisizwe Bhembe, Scott Silliman: Spoken Versus Typed Human and Computer Dialogue Tutoring. I. J. Artificial Intelligence in Education 16(2): 145-170 (2006)
55EEDiane J. Litman, Katherine Forbes-Riley: Recognizing student emotions and attitudes on the basis of utterances in spoken tutoring dialogues with both human and computer tutors. Speech Communication 48(5): 559-590 (2006)
2005
54 Katherine Forbes-Riley, Diane J. Litman, Alison Huettner, Arthur Ward: Dialogue-Learning Correlations in Spoken Dialogue Tutoring. AIED 2005: 225-232
2004
53EEDiane J. Litman, Katherine Forbes-Riley: Predicting Student Emotions in Computer-Human Tutoring Dialogues. ACL 2004: 351-358
52EEKatherine Forbes-Riley, Diane J. Litman: Predicting Emotion in Spoken Dialogue from Multiple Knowledge Sources. HLT-NAACL 2004: 201-208
51EEDiane J. Litman, Carolyn Penstein Rosé, Katherine Forbes-Riley, Kurt VanLehn, Dumisizwe Bhembe, Scott Silliman: Spoken Versus Typed Human and Computer Dialogue Tutoring. Intelligent Tutoring Systems 2004: 368-379
50EEJoseph Beck, Ryan Shaun Baker, Albert T. Corbett, Judy Kay, Diane J. Litman, Tanja Mitrovic, Steve Ritter: Workshop on Analyzing Student-Tutor Interaction Logs to Improve Educational Outcomes. Intelligent Tutoring Systems 2004: 909
49EENeil T. Heffernan, Peter M. Wiemer-Hastings, Gregory Aist, Vincent Aleven, Ivon Arroyo, Paul Brna, Mark G. Core, Martha W. Evens, Reva Freedman, Michael Glass, Arthur C. Graesser, Kenneth R. Koedinger, Pamela W. Jordan, Diane J. Litman, Evelyn Lulis, Helen Pain, Carolyn Penstein Rosé, Beverly Park Woolf, Claus Zinn: Workshop on Dialog-Based Intelligent Tutoring Systems: State of the Art and New Research Directions. Intelligent Tutoring Systems 2004: 914
48 Claire Cardie, Janyce Wiebe, Theresa Wilson, Diane J. Litman: Low-Level Annotations and Summary Representations of Opinions for Multiperspective QA. New Directions in Question Answering 2004: 87-98
47EEJulia Hirschberg, Diane J. Litman, Marc Swerts: Prosodic and other cues to speech recognition failures. Speech Communication 43(1-2): 155-175 (2004)
2003
46EEDiane J. Litman, Katherine Forbes, Scott Silliman: Towards Emotion Prediction in Spoken Tutoring Dialogues. HLT-NAACL 2003
45 Janyce Wiebe, Eric Breck, Chris Buckley, Claire Cardie, Paul Davis, Bruce Fraser, Diane J. Litman, David R. Pierce, Ellen Riloff, Theresa Wilson, David S. Day, Mark T. Maybury: Recognizing and Organizing Opinions Expressed in the World Press. New Directions in Question Answering 2003: 12-19
44 Claire Cardie, Janyce Wiebe, Theresa Wilson, Diane J. Litman: Combining Low-Level and Summary Representations of Opinions for Multi-Perspective Question Answering. New Directions in Question Answering 2003: 20-27
2002
43 Michael J. Kearns, Charles Lee Isbell Jr., Satinder P. Singh, Diane J. Litman, Jessica Howe: CobotDS: A Spoken Dialogue System for Chat. AAAI/IAAI 2002: 425-430
42EEDiane J. Litman, Peter F. Patel-Schneider, Anil Mishra, James M. Crawford, Daniel Dvorak: R++: Adding Path-Based Rules to C++. IEEE Trans. Knowl. Data Eng. 14(3): 638-658 (2002)
41EESatinder P. Singh, Diane J. Litman, Michael J. Kearns, Marilyn A. Walker: Optimizing Dialogue Management with Reinforcement Learning: Experiments with the NJFun System. J. Artif. Intell. Res. (JAIR) 16: 105-133 (2002)
40EEDiane J. Litman, Shimei Pan: Designing and Evaluating an Adaptive Spoken Dialogue System. User Model. User-Adapt. Interact. 12(2-3): 111-137 (2002)
2001
39EEDiane J. Litman, Julia Hirschberg, Marc Swerts: Predicting User Reactions to System Error. ACL 2001: 362-369
38EEJulia Hirschberg, Diane J. Litman, Marc Swerts: Identifying User Corrections Automatically in Spoken Dialogue Systems. NAACL 2001
37EEIngrid Zukerman, Diane J. Litman: Natural Language Processing and User Modeling: Synergies and Limitations. User Model. User-Adapt. Interact. 11(1-2): 129-158 (2001)
2000
36 Satinder P. Singh, Michael J. Kearns, Diane J. Litman, Marilyn A. Walker: Empirical Evaluation of a Reinforcement Learning Spoken Dialogue System. AAAI/IAAI 2000: 645-651
35 Diane J. Litman, Shimei Pan: Predicting and Adapting to Poor Speech Recognition in a Spoken Dialogue System. AAAI/IAAI 2000: 722-728
34EEMarilyn A. Walker, Irene Langkilde, Jeremy H. Wright, Allen L. Gorin, Diane J. Litman: Learning to Predict Problematic Situations in a Spoken Dialogue System: Experiments with How May I Help You ? ANLP 2000: 210-217
33EEDiane J. Litman, Julia Hirschberg, Marc Swerts: Predicting Automatic Speech Recognition Performance Using Prosodic Cues. ANLP 2000: 218-225
32EEDiane J. Litman, Michael S. Kearns, Satinder P. Singh, Marilyn A. Walker: Automatic Optimization of Dialogue Management. COLING 2000: 502-508
1999
31EEDiane J. Litman, Marilyn A. Walker, Michael S. Kearns: Automatic Detection of Poor Speech Recognition at the Dialogue Level. ACL 1999
30EESatinder P. Singh, Michael J. Kearns, Diane J. Litman, Marilyn A. Walker: Reinforcement Learning for Spoken Dialogue Systems. NIPS 1999: 956-962
29EEDiane J. Litman, Shimei Pan: Empirically Evaluating an Adaptable Spoken Dialogue System CoRR cs.CL/9903008: (1999)
1998
28 Diane J. Litman, Shimei Pan, Marilyn A. Walker: Evaluating Response Strategies in a Web-Based Spoken Dialogue Agent. COLING-ACL 1998: 780-786
27EEMarilyn A. Walker, Diane J. Litman, Candace A. Kamm, Alicia Abella: Evaluating spoken dialogue agents with PARADISE: Two case studies. Computer Speech & Language 12(4): 317-347 (1998)
1997
26 Marilyn A. Walker, Diane J. Litman, Candace A. Kamm, Alicia Abella: PARADISE: A Framework for Evaluating Spoken Dialogue Agents. ACL 1997: 271-280
25 Diane J. Litman, Anil Mishra, Peter F. Patel-Schneider: Modeling Dynamic Collections of Interdependent Objects Using Path-Based Rules. OOPSLA 1997: 77-92
24EEMarilyn A. Walker, Diane J. Litman, Candace A. Kamm, Alicia Abella: PARADISE: A Framework for Evaluating Spoken Dialogue Agents CoRR cmp-lg/9704004: (1997)
23 Rebecca J. Passonneau, Diane J. Litman: Discourse Segmentation by Human and Automated Means. Computational Linguistics 23(1): 103-139 (1997)
1996
22 James M. Crawford, Daniel Dvorak, Diane J. Litman, Anil Mishra, Peter F. Patel-Schneider: Path-Based Rules in Object-Oriented Programming. AAAI/IAAI, Vol. 1 1996: 490-497
21EEPremkumar T. Devanbu, Diane J. Litman: Taxonomic Plan Reasoning. Artif. Intell. 84(1-2): 1-35 (1996)
20EEDiane J. Litman: Cue Phrase Classification Using Machine Learning CoRR cmp-lg/9609003: (1996)
19EEDiane J. Litman: Cue Phrase Classification Using Machine Learning CoRR cs.AI/9609102: (1996)
18 Diane J. Litman: Cue Phrase Classification Using Machine Learning. J. Artif. Intell. Res. (JAIR) 5: 53-94 (1996)
1995
17 Diane J. Litman, Rebecca J. Passonneau: Combining Multiple Knowledge Sources for Discourse Segmentation. ACL 1995: 108-115
16 James M. Crawford, Daniel Dvorak, Diane J. Litman, Anil Mishra, Peter F. Patel-Schneider: Device Representation and Reasoning with Affective Relations. IJCAI 1995: 1814-1820
15EEDiane J. Litman, Rebecca J. Passonneau: Combining Multiple Knowledge Sources for Discourse Segmentation CoRR cmp-lg/9505025: (1995)
1994
14 Diane J. Litman: Classifying Cue Phrases in Text and Speech Using Machine Learning. AAAI 1994: 806-813
1993
13 Rebecca J. Passonneau, Diane J. Litman: Intention-Based Segmentation: Human Reliability and Correlation with Linguistic Cues. ACL 1993: 148-155
12 Julia Hirschberg, Diane J. Litman: Empirical Studies on the Disambiguation of Cue Phrases. Computational Linguistics 19(3): 501-530 (1993)
1992
11 Diane J. Litman: Integrating DL and Plan-based Paradigms. Description Logics 1992: 49-52
10 Robert A. Weida, Diane J. Litman: Terminological Reasoning with Constraint Networks and an Application to Plan Recognition. KR 1992: 282-293
9 Bradley A. Goodman, Diane J. Litman: On the Interaction between Plan Recognition and Intelligent Interfaces. User Model. User-Adapt. Interact. 2(1-2): 83-115 (1992)
1991
8 Steven Feiner, Diane J. Litman, Kathleen McKeown, Rebecca J. Passonneau: Towards Coordinated Temporal Multimedia Presentations. AAAI Workshop on Intelligent Multimedia Interfaces 1991: 139-147
7 Premkumar T. Devanbu, Diane J. Litman: Plan-Based Terminological Reasoning. KR 1991: 128-138
1990
6EEDiane J. Litman, Julia Hirschberg: Disambiguating Cue Phrases in Text and Speech. COLING 1990: 251-256
1987
5 Julia Hirschberg, Diane J. Litman, Janel Pierrehumbert, G. Ward: Intonation and the Intentional Structure of Discourse. IJCAI 1987: 636-639
4 Diane J. Litman, James F. Allen: A Plan Recognition Model for Subdialogues in Conversations. Cognitive Science 11(2): 163-200 (1987)
1986
3 Diane J. Litman: Understanding Plan Ellipsis. AAAI 1986: 619-625
1984
2EEDiane J. Litman, James F. Allen: A Plan Recognition Model for Clarification Subdialogues. COLING 1984: 302-311
1982
1 James F. Allen, Alan M. Frisch, Diane J. Litman: ARGOT: The Rochester Dialogue System. AAAI 1982: 66-70

Coauthor Index

1Alicia Abella [24] [26] [27]
2Hua Ai [65]
3Gregory Aist [49]
4Vincent Aleven [49]
5James F. Allen [1] [2] [4]
6Ivon Arroyo [49]
7Ryan Shaun Joazeiro de Baker (Ryan Shaun Baker) [50]
8Joseph E. Beck (Joseph Beck) [50]
9Dumisizwe Bhembe [51] [56]
10Dan Bohus [66]
11Eric Breck [45]
12Paul Brna [49]
13Chris Buckley [45]
14Claire Cardie [44] [45] [48]
15Min Chi [79]
16Albert T. Corbett [50]
17Mark G. Core [49]
18James M. Crawford [16] [22] [42]
19Paul Davis [45]
20David S. Day [45]
21Premkumar T. Devanbu [7] [21]
22Joanna Drummond [81]
23Daniel Dvorak [16] [22] [42]
24Myroslava Dzikovska [80]
25Martha W. Evens [49]
26Elaine Farrow [80]
27Steven Feiner [8]
28Katherine Forbes-Riley (Katherine Forbes) [46] [51] [52] [53] [54] [55] [56] [58] [61] [64] [67] [70] [71] [74] [78]
29Bruce Fraser [45]
30Reva Freedman [49]
31Alan M. Frisch [1]
32Michael Glass [49]
33Bradley A. Goodman [9]
34Allen L. Gorin [34]
35Arthur C. Graesser [49]
36Neil T. Heffernan [49]
37Julia Hirschberg [5] [6] [12] [33] [38] [39] [47] [57]
38Jessica Howe [43]
39Alison Huettner [54]
40Charles Lee Isbell Jr. (Charles L. Isbell) [43]
41Pamela W. Jordan [49] [73] [79] [81]
42Candace A. Kamm [24] [26] [27]
43Judy Kay [50]
44Michael J. Kearns [30] [36] [41] [43]
45Michael S. Kearns [31] [32]
46Kenneth R. Koedinger [49]
47Irene Langkilde-Geary (Irene Langkilde) [34]
48Michael Lipschultz [81]
49Evelyn Lulis [49]
50Mark T. Maybury [45]
51Kathleen McKeown [8]
52Anil Mishra [16] [22] [25] [42]
53Tanja Mitrovic [50]
54Johanna D. Moore [80]
55Helen Pain [49]
56Shimei Pan [28] [29] [35] [40]
57Rebecca J. Passonneau [8] [13] [15] [17] [23]
58Peter F. Patel-Schneider [16] [22] [25] [42]
59David R. Pierce [45]
60Janel Pierrehumbert [5]
61Amruta Purandare [67] [76] [77]
62Ellen Riloff [45]
63Steve Ritter [50]
64Carolyn Penstein Rosé [49] [51] [56]
65Mihai Rotaru [63] [64] [67] [69] [71] [74]
66Scott Silliman [46] [51] [56] [61]
67Satinder P. Singh [30] [32] [36] [41] [43]
68Marc Swerts [33] [38] [39] [47] [57]
69Joel R. Tetreault [59] [61] [62] [64] [65] [66] [67] [72]
70Kurt VanLehn [51] [56] [79]
71Marilyn A. Walker [24] [26] [27] [28] [30] [31] [32] [34] [36] [41]
72Arthur Ward [54] [60] [68] [75]
73G. Ward [5]
74Robert A. Weida [10]
75Janyce Wiebe [44] [45] [48]
76Peter M. Wiemer-Hastings [49]
77Theresa Wilson [44] [45] [48]
78Beverly Park Woolf [49]
79Jeremy H. Wright [34]
80Claus Zinn [49]
81Ingrid Zukerman [37]

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