[Elsnet-list] CfP: Dialog Systems based on XML Technologies

Bernhard Schröder B.Schroeder at uni-bonn.de
Mon Jun 14 18:12:06 CEST 2004


Call for Papers

Dialog Systems based on XML Technologies
Workshop at the Berliner XML-Tage 2004
Oct., 11-13 2004 (XML-Tage),
Oct., 13 2004 (Workshop).
Humboldt University Berlin.

http://www.ikp.uni-bonn.de/xmltage04/index_en.html


Topics

Since the first VoiceXML standard was established in 2000 the industrial 
development of telephone dialog systems has speeded up a lot. Meanwhile 
the considerably improved version 2.0 (2.1 in progress) is available. 
Standards were proposed for multimedia dialogs, too (SALT, XHTML+Voice). 
This workshop tries to shed a light on the state of the art of the 
industrial development. On the other hand the relation between 
implemented systems and current dialog research will be addressed. 
Possible topics are among others the integration of dialog systems and 
web technology, multimodality, principles of dialog design, and the role 
of user adaptivity.



Dates

July, 9 2004 		Deadline for the submission of papers
Aug, 20 2004 		Notification of acceptance
Sept, 3 2004 		Submission of the final version
Oct, 11-13 2004 	XML-Tage
Oct, 13 2004 		Workshop




Submission of papers

Submissions may be of two kinds: Regular papers, which present original 
work in the areas mentioned, and short papers, which offer ideas, 
viewpoints, or current work.

Submissions may be in English or German. They must not be published or 
being reviewed elsewhere. All submissions are reviewed by the program 
committee.

Regular papers should not exceed 12 pages on the basis of the style 
sheets. Short papers should not exceed 6 pages. Papers are to be 
submitted in PDF format (the Netdestillery offers free conversion from 
various formats). Please follow the hints for authors of the GI series 
Lecture Notes in Informatics. Stylesheets for MS Word and LaTeX are 
available from http://www.gi-ev.de/LNI/autorenrichtlinien/index.html.

A web form will be available for submissions.



Invited talk

Invited talk by Philipp Hoschka (W3C's Deputy Director for Europe)



Program Committee

Dr. Jan Alexandersson (DFKI, Saarbrücken)
Dr. Eli Hagen (BMW AG, München)
Dr. Joachim Köhler (Fraunhofer IMK, St. Augustin)
Dr. Thomas Portele (Philips, Aachen)
Tiemo Winterkamp (VoiceObjects, Bergisch Gladbach)
and the organizers



Organizers

Prof. Manfred Stede, University of Potsdam
PD Dr. Bernhard Schröder, University of Bonn



Further information to come. 	  	  	



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