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Title:
Proceedings from the 1st European Symposium on Multimodal Communication University of Malta; Valletta; October 17-18; 2013
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Editor(s):
Patrizia Paggio: University of Copnhagen, Denmark / University of Malta, Malta Bjørn Wessel-Tolvig: Centre for Language Technology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Year:
2014
No. of pages:
81
Language:
English
ISBN:
978-91-7519-266-6
Series:
Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings
Issue:
101
ISSN (print):
1650-3686
ISSN (online):
1650-3740
Series:
NEALT Proceedings Series
Issue:
21
Published:
2014-06-24
Publisher:
Linköping University Electronic Press; Linköpings universitet



The 1st European Symposium on Multimodal Communication aims to provide a multidisciplinary forum for researchers from different disciplines who study multimodality in human communication as well as in human-computer interaction. The multimodal communication symposium is organised by the Institute of Linguistics at the University of Malta in collaboration with the two research projects MAMCO (Maltese Multimodal Corpora) and NOMCO (Multimodal Corpora for the Nordic Countries).

The symposium follows up on a tradition established by the Swedish Symposia on Multimodal Communication held from 1997 till 2000; and continued by the Nordic Symposia on Multimodal Communication held from 2003 to 2012. We are now seeking a broader; European dimension. However; the Symposium will be of interest to anyone studying multimodal communication; and researchers from outside of Europe are most welcome.

Multimodal communication as a research area is growing rapidly. There is indeed an increased interest in embodied and situated communication – how humans interact with each other using different modalities; as well as how technological artifacts affect communicative activities. Work places as well as school environments; health care and other services increasingly involve complex multimodal communication. The development in innovative computer interfaces; mobile media and robotics makes new multimodal technical solutions to communicative challenges possible while at the same creating new challenges for communication research.

As in the preceding editions; we aim to present a broad view of the field by accepting papers in a wide range of topics. This year; however; a special track will be dedicated to sign language studies; and especially why studying sign language is interesting for gesture studies and multimodal communication in general.

NEALT Proceedings Series; 21.

Proceedings from the 1st European Symposium on Multimodal Communication University of Malta; Valletta; October 17-18; 2013

101:001
Jens Allwood, Stefano Lanzini, Elisabeth Ahlsén
Contributions of different modalities to the attribution of affective-epistemic states
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101:002
Mathieu Chollet, Magalie Ochs, Catherine Pelachaud
Investigating Non-Verbal Behaviors Conveying Interpersonal Stances
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101:003
Emer Gilmartin, Shannon Hennig, Ryad Chellali, Nick Campbell
Exploring Sounded and Silent Laughter in Multiparty Task-based and Social Interaction - Audio; Video and Biometric Signals
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101:004
Kristiina Jokinen
Eye-trackers and Multimodal Communication Studies
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101:005
Magdalena Lis, Costanza Navarretta
Classifying the form of iconic hand gestures from the linguistic categorization of co-occurring verbs
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101:006
Svetlana Mishlanova, Anna Khokhlova, Ekaterina Morozova
Verbal and gestural representation of the space-time relation in multimodal communication
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101:007
Patrizia Paggio, Alexandra Vella
Overlaps in Maltese Conversational and Task-Oriented Dialogues
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101:008
Isabella Poggi, Francesca D’Errico
Cognitive Processes and Multimodal Communication in the Parody of Politicians
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101:009
Bjørn Wessel-Tolvig
Up; down; in and out: Following the Path in speech and gesture in Danish and Italian
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Proceedings from the 1st European Symposium on Multimodal Communication University of Malta; Valletta; October 17-18; 2013

Author:
Patrizia Paggio, Bjørn Wessel-Tolvig
Title:
Proceedings from the 1st European Symposium on Multimodal Communication University of Malta; Valletta; October 17-18; 2013
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