What you say is not what you get: arguing for artificial languages instead of natural languages in human robot speech interaction

O. Mubin, C. Bartneck, L.M.G. Feijs

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Abstract

The project described hereunder focuses on the design and implementation of a "Artificial Robotic Interaction Language", where the research goal is to find a balance between the effort necessary from the user to learn a new language and the resulting benefit of optimized automatic speech recognition for a robot or a machine. We also discuss the rationale of creating our artificial language and highlight the possibility of improving speech recognition by virtue of an artificial language. In conclusion we present the methodology by which we have designed an initial vocabulary of our artificial language.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the Spoken Dialogue and Human-Robot Interaction Workshop at IEEE RoMan 2009
PublisherInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Publication statusPublished - 2009
Eventconference; Spoken Dialogue and Human-Robot Interaction Workshop at IEEE RoMan 2009, Toyama, Japan; 2009-09-27; 2009-10-02 -
Duration: 27 Sep 20092 Oct 2009

Conference

Conferenceconference; Spoken Dialogue and Human-Robot Interaction Workshop at IEEE RoMan 2009, Toyama, Japan; 2009-09-27; 2009-10-02
Period27/09/092/10/09
OtherSpoken Dialogue and Human-Robot Interaction Workshop at IEEE RoMan 2009, Toyama, Japan

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    Mubin, O., Bartneck, C., & Feijs, L. M. G. (2009). What you say is not what you get: arguing for artificial languages instead of natural languages in human robot speech interaction. In Proceedings of the Spoken Dialogue and Human-Robot Interaction Workshop at IEEE RoMan 2009 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.