Tag Archives: Expressions

An Efficient Statistical Speech Act Type Tagging System for Speech …

This paper describes a new efficient speech act type tagging system. This system covers the tasks of (1) segmenting a turn into the optimal number of speech act units (SA units), and (2) assigning a speech act type tag (SA tag) to each SA unit. Our method is based on a theoretically clear statistical model that integrates linguistic, acoustic and situational information. We report tagging experiments on Japanese and English dialogue corpora manually labeled with SA tags. We then discuss the performance difference between the two languages. We also report on some translation experiments on positive response expressions using SA tags. Click here to read more…

Register to mark your Comments

Case Study on Human Errors through System Design: Implications for Ecological Interface Design

Case Study about Human Errors through System Design: Implications for Ecological Interface Design

Abstract:- Scrutinize throughout later years has uncovered that human mistakes are not stochastic occasions which could be evacuated through enhanced preparing projects or optimal interface outline. Rather, failures have a tendency to reflect either orderly obstruction between different demonstrates, controls, and schemata, or the impacts of the adjustable systems included in studying. As far as configuration suggestions, these discoveries infer that solid human-framework collaboration will be attained by planning interfaces which have a tendency to minimize the potential for control obstruction and uphold recuperation from blunders. In different expressions, the center ought to be on control of the impacts of slips instead of on the end of mistakes essentially. In this paper, we propose a speculative schema for interface outline that endeavors to fulfill these destinations.

Introduction:- There has been a quickly developing investment in the dissection of human slip created by mechanical improvement. The developing many-sided quality of specialized establishments makes it progressively troublesome for drivers to comprehend the framework’s inner capacities. In the meantime, the impressive scale of operations fundamental for aggressive processing makes the impacts of human slips more and more inadmissible. Commonly enough, human mistake dissection has turned into a fundamental part of frameworks plan. To lead such an examination, a taxonomy suited to portray human lapses is vital. The structure and extents of the blunder taxonomy, on the other hand, will rely on upon the point of the dissection. Subsequently, distinctive categorisations of human slips are helpful throughout the different phases of frameworks outline. keep reading…

Case Study on Developing Operational Requirements

Study about Developing Operational Requirements

The DHS Science and Technology (S&T) Commercialization efforts are headed by the Chief Commercialization Officer (CCO), a position created in August 2007 within the Transition Office in S&T. The mission of the Commercialization Office is to develop and execute programs and processes that identify, evaluate and commercialize technology through the development of widely distributed products and/or services that meet the operational requirements of the Department of Homeland Security’s Operating Components, First Responder community and other Department stakeholders when equired. A primary function of the Commercialization Office is developing and managing S&T’s outreach effort with the private sector to establish and foster mutually beneficial working relationships leading to the fielding of technology-based products and services to secure the nation.

The purpose of this guide is simple and straightforward: to enable the reader to articulate detailed requirements or needs and effectively communicate them (either internally within DHS or externally to other Federal agencies or the private sector) through an Operational Requirements Document (ORD) vehicle. Often, we have heard expressions like “It all boils down to a lack of communications,” or “We’re not sure what you need,” or “DHS has been difficult to work with because they really don’t have a clear picture of their problems, needs or requirements.” We can remedy this situation by implementing some fundamental practices in a disciplined manner. A well-written ORD can be an effective vehicle or tool to relay the needs of a given component, group or agency in an easily understood format to sedulously avoid the countless hours of time and other resources wasted speculating needs. Keep reading…

Case Study of Key Organizational Factors

Case Study about Key Organizational Factors: Analyzing Institutional Commitment to Service

Although some work has begun to explore issues related to expanding, sustaining, and institutionalizing service-learning, there is little understanding of the dynamic relationship between organizational factors related to service-learning and actual levels of institutional commitment. Each institution must develop its own understanding of its academic priorities, including the role of service as an aspect of mission, and set clear goals for a level of commitment that matches those priorities.





Introduction: The “Engaged’ Campus” has been widely used as a generic label for the many diverse expressions of institutional commitment linking the academy to community priorities and needs. Now, more than two years after the American Association of Higher Education gave visibility and importance to the professional service and service-learning movement by dedicating it’s 1995 annual conference to the “Engaged Campus,” many institutions speak of themselves as campuses that are engaged in service to their communities through the activities of faculty and students National conferences, affiliation groups, and grant programs have grown rapidly to give visibility and recognition to service and service-learning programs.

Read more on Key Organizational Factors


Case Study on Indian Income Tax Legal Glossary

DISCLAIMER The interpretation of case laws in the Legal Glossary are those of the author and not of the Government of India. In case of any doubts as to the authenticity or applicability of the meanings of terms/expressions given in the Glossary or to seek further clarification, reference may be made to the full text of the concerned case laws. Click here to read more…

Register to mark your Comments