@inProceedings{Ljunglöf-Peter2008-73727, title = {A grammar formalism for specifying ISU-based dialogue systems}, abstract = {We describe how to give a full specification of an ISU-based dialogue system as a grammar. For this we use Grammatical Framework (GF), which separates grammars into abstract and concrete syntax. All components necessary for a complete GoDiS dialogue system are specified in the abstract syntax, while the linguistic details are defined in the concrete syntax. Since GF is a multilingual grammar formalism, it is straightforward to extend the dialogue system to several languages.}, booktitle = {LONDIAL’08, 12th Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue}, author = {Ljunglöf, Peter}, year = {2008}, } @inProceedings{Ljunglöf-Peter2008-73729, title = {A grammar formalism for specifying ISU-based dialogue systems}, abstract = {We describe how to give a full specification of an ISU-based dialogue system as a grammar. For this we use Grammatical Framework (GF), which separates grammars into abstract and concrete syntax. All components necessary for a working GoDiS dialogue system are specified in the abstract syntax, while the linguistic details are defined in the concrete syntax. Since GF is a multilingual grammar formalism, it is straightforward to extend the dialogue system to several languages. Furthermore, the GF Resource Grammar Library can be used to write a single concrete instance covering 13 different languages. }, booktitle = {Lecture notes in computer sciences}, author = {Ljunglöf, Peter and Larsson, Staffan}, year = {2008}, number = {5221}, } @inProceedings{Ljunglöf-Peter2008-99881, title = {Transition-based parsing}, abstract = {In this paper we introduce a general framework for transition-based parsing algorithms. Among the algorithms that can be described in this framework are deterministic and generalized LR-parsing (Tomita, 1986), incremental tabular parsing such as the Earley algorithm (Earley, 1970), and projective and non-projective depenency parsing (Nivre, 2008).}, booktitle = {SLTC 2008: Proceedings of the Swedish Language Technology Conference}, author = {Ljunglöf, Peter}, year = {2008}, } @inProceedings{Ljunglöf-Peter2008-91894, title = {TRIK: A talking and drawing robot for children with communication disabilities}, abstract = {This paper describes an ongoing project where we develop and evaluate setup involving a communication board (e.g., for Blissymbolics or manual sign communication) and a drawing robot, which can communicate with each other via spoken language. The purpose is to help children with severe communication disabilities to learn language, language use and cooperation, in a playful and inspiring way. The communication board speaks and the robot is able to understand and talk back. This encourages the child to use the language and learn to cooperate to reach a common goal, which in this case is to get the robot to draw figures on a paper.}, booktitle = {NordiCHI-08 Workshop: Designing Robotic Artefacts With User- and Experience Centred perspectives}, author = {Ljunglöf, Peter and Larsson, Staffan and Mühlenbock, Katarina and Thunberg, Gunilla}, year = {2008}, }