Journal of the Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence Vol.17 No.3(May 2002)

CONTENTS

Special Issue:
“Recent Advancements of Spoken Language Interfaces and Dialogue Systems”

Editor’s Introduction to
“Recent Advancements of spoken language interfaces and dialogue systems”
………………………………………………….. Yukihiro Ito 265

Trend of Spoken Dialogue Research …………………. Tetsunori Kobayashi 266

Language and Dialogue Processing in Spoken Dialogue Systems
………………………………….. Mikio Nakano and Kohji Dohsaka 271

In-Car Spoken Dialogue Corpus and Its Utilization
— Towards the Development of In-Car Speech Dialogue Systems —
Shigeki Matsubara, Nobuo Kawaguchi, Katsuhiko Toyama and Kazuya Takeda 279

A Dialogue Interface of a Drive Planning System
Yukihiro Itoh, Tatsuhiro Konishi, Toshihiko Itoh and Keiko Katsuragawa 285

Adaptive User Interfaces and Conversational Interaction
………………………………….. Ichise Ryutaro and Pat Langley 291

Special Issue: “NTCIR from the View Point of Participant”
Editors’ Introduction to“NTCIR from the View Point of Participant”
………………………………. Masaharu Yoshioka and Noriko Kando 295

NTCIR and Its Background
— Evaluation Workshop on Information Access Technologies and
Test Collections — ………………………………… Noriko Kando 296

Trends in Text Processing Research
— Role of Evaluation Workshop in Information Extranction,
Automatic Text Summarization and Question Answering —
………………. Takahiro Fukushima, Manabu Okumura and Tsuneaki Kato 301

NTCIR from Participants’ Viewpoints …………….. …….. Yasushi Ogawa,
Yutaka Sasaki, Shigeru Masuyama, Masaki Murata and Masaharu Yoshioka 306

Research on Text Processing Technologies through on Evaluation Workshop
— The Case of NTCIR Workshop 3 —
…………………………………….. Noriko Kando and Jun Adachi 312

Serial Survey Papers: AI Technologies for Practical Systems (3)
Applying Data Mining Technique to Telecommunication Services
……………. Kazuo Hashimoto, Kazunori Matsumoto and Masahiro Terabe 320

Articles
Does the Use of Computers Transform Literary Studies$B!)(B
……………………………………………….. Masayuki Takeda 326

Quantitative Analyses of Sentences
— A New Method for Document Analysis —
…………………………………………….. Masakatsu Murakami 331

Lecture Series: Object Modeling in Philosophy and AI Research (2)
Husserl’s Formal Ontology and Its Influences
……………………………………………….. Mitsuhiro Okada 335

Special Issue:“Web Intelligence”
Editor’s Introduction to“Web Intelligence” ……………. Hideaki Takeda 345

Survey Papers
WWW As the Network of Intelligence
— A Preliminary Consideration for“Web Intelligence”–
………………………………………………… Hideaki Takeda 346

Technical Papers Abstract ……………………………………………. 352

Technical Papers Abstract ……………………………………………. 362

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