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By Ricardo A. Baeza-Yates, Gaston H. Gonnet (auth.), F. Dehne, J. -R. Sack, N. Santoro (eds.)
This e-book comprises the papers provided on the 1989 Workshop on Algorithms and knowledge constructions, which succeeds the 1988 Scandinavian Workshop on set of rules idea. It provides present study in a number of components of algorithms, computational geometry, geometric looking out, VLSI placement and routing, graph algorithms, parallel algorithms, allotted algorithms, databases, and textual content searching.
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Wn be interpretation words of pictogram e. Let the ratio of each interpretation word in a pictogram to be P(w1|e), P(w2|e), ... , P(wn|e). For example, the ratio of the interpretation word “singing” for the pictogram in Table 1 can be calculated as P(singing|e) = 84/179. Then the simplest equation that assesses the relevancy of a pictogram e in relation to a query wi can be defined as follows. P(wi|e) (1) This equation, however, does not take into account the similarity of interpretation words.
S. 1 Human respondents were shown a webpage similar to Fig. 1 which contains 10 pictograms per page, and were asked to write the meaning of each pictogram inside the textbox provided below the pictogram. Each time a set of 10 pictograms was shown at random and respondents could choose and answer as many pictogram question sets they liked. Data. A total of 953 people participated in the web survey. An average of 147 interpretations consisting of words or phrases (duplicate expressions included) was collected for each pictogram.
A set of relevant prosodic features for estimating the speech/gesture relationships. • A set of lexical features for aligning speech and the concurrent hand gestures. • A set of relevant multimodal features for automatic gesture segmentation and classification. • A multimodal input fusion module that makes use of the above prosodic and lexical features. Acknowledgments. The authors would like to express their thanks to Natalie Ruiz and Ronnie Taib for carrying out the data collection, and also thanks to the volunteers for their participation in the experiment.