HUMOUR 2020 : Designing Humour in Human Computer Interaction with focus on dialogue technology
Call For Papers
HUMIC - Designing Humour in Human Computer Interaction with focus on dialogue technology
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Jue 19/12/2019 16:26
Submission deadline: 10th of January 2020
When: May 18-20, 2020
Where: Madrid Spain
Organisers: Andreea I. Niculescu, Kheng Hui Yeo, Nancy Chen
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HUMIC is a special session held at the 11th International Workshop on Spoken Dialog System Technology (IWSDS2020) - http://www.iwsds.tech/home
We are welcoming original contributions from a wide range of disciplines, such as human-computer interaction, computational linguistics, artificial intelligence, social robotics, psychology, media, arts etc. Topics expected include – but are not limited to:
Computational humor approaches & applications for dialogue technologies
Linguistic resources for analysing and modelling humor in dialogue interactions
Annotation schemes for computationally modelling humor
Computational humor generation & identification in dialogues using phonology and/or semantics
Humorous virtual agents & social robots & chatbots
Linguistics and non-linguistics challenges in designing humor
Evaluation approaches for humorous interactions
Cultural and social norms for appropriate humorous interactions
Categories of submissions
Long Research Papers are reserved for reports on mature research results. The expected length of a long paper should be in the range of 8-14 pages, including references.
Short Research Papers should be in the range of 4-8 pages, including references. Authors may choose this category if they wish to report on smaller case studies or ongoing but interesting and original research efforts.
Position Papers deal with novel research ideas or view-points which describe trends or fruitful starting points for future research and elicit discussion and are not much researched. They should be 2 pages long, excluding references.
Demo Submissions – System Papers: Authors who wish to demonstrate their system may choose this category and provide a description of their system and demo. System papers should not exceed 6 pages in total.
As usual, a selection of accepted papers will be published in a book by Springer following the conference (Springer LNEE series, SCOPUS and other important indexes.
Authors are requested to submit PDF files of their manuscripts using the paper submission systems at https://easychair.org/my/conference?conf=iwsds2020#
IWSDS 2020 requires that all authors wishing to present a paper take into account:
The paper is substantially original and will not be submitted to any other conference or journal during the IWSDS 2020 review period.
The paper does not contain any plagiarism.
The paper will be presented by one of the authors in-person at the conference site according to the schedule published. Any paper accepted in the technical program, but not presented on-site will be withdrawn from the official conference proceedings.
NOTE: All submitted papers are subject to a single-blind review. The change in page limits is to accommodate responses to reviewer comments only.
Templates for formatting are available below:
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