Using joint actions to explain acknowledgements in tutorial discourse: application to intelligent tutoring systems
Chicago, IL, USA, (1998)AAI9833030.

This thesis describes research in a small, but significant, area of human-computer-interaction (HCI) through natural language. It deals with the problem of how humans and computers can coordinate their communication through the use of acknowledgments and related phenomena. My primary goals are 1) to advance the understanding of coordination in communication by drawing together information about how coordination is understood in a number of different fields, 2) to describe coordination in tutorial dialogue, and 3) to propose a model of how intelligent tutoring systems (ITSs) should generate acknowledgments in language.
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