David Schlangen

17 publications

5 venues

H Index 9

Affiliation

University of Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany
Bielefeld University, Bielefeld, Germany

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Name Venue Year citations
Towards Incremental Transformers: An Empirical Analysis of Transformer Models for Incremental NLU. EMNLP 2021 0
Incremental Processing in the Age of Non-Incremental Encoders: An Empirical Assessment of Bidirectional Models for Incremental NLU. EMNLP 2020 3
Know What You Don't Know: Modeling a Pragmatic Speaker that Refers to Objects of Unknown Categories. ACL 2019 0
Placing Objects in Gesture Space: Toward Incremental Interpretation of Multimodal Spatial Descriptions. AAAI 2018 2
Is this a Child, a Girl or a Car? Exploring the Contribution of Distributional Similarity to Learning Referential Word Meanings. EACL 2017 9
Joint, Incremental Disfluency Detection and Utterance Segmentation from Speech. EACL 2017 12
Deriving continous grounded meaning representations from referentially structured multimodal contexts. EMNLP 2017 3
Grounding Language by Continuous Observation of Instruction Following. EACL 2017 4
Obtaining referential word meanings from visual and distributional information: Experiments on object naming. ACL 2017 9
Resolving References to Objects in Photographs using the Words-As-Classifiers Model. ACL 2016 43
Easy Things First: Installments Improve Referring Expression Generation for Objects in Photographs. ACL 2016 21
Simple Learning and Compositional Application of Perceptually Grounded Word Meanings for Incremental Reference Resolution. ACL 2015 74
Situated Incremental Natural Language Understanding using a Multimodal, Linguistically-driven Update Model. COLING 2014 10
Joint Satisfaction of Syntactic and Pragmatic Constraints Improves Incremental Spoken Language Understanding. EACL 2012 25
Incremental Dialogue Processing in a Micro-Domain. EACL 2009 150
A General, Abstract Model of Incremental Dialogue Processing. EACL 2009 163
Towards Finding and Fixing Fragments-Using ML to Identify Non-Sentential Utterances and their Antecedents in Multi-Party Dialogue. ACL 2005 12
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