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Thursday June 15th Friday June 16th Saturday June 17th
Day 1 Thursday June 15
Registration & Opening 8:30am - 9:30am
Session I: Formal Modelling Of Pragmatic Issues 9:30am - 12:50pm
Session II: Reference 2:15pm - 4:15pm
Session III
4:30pm - 8:00pm
Day 2 Friday June 16
Session IV: Pragmatics and Dialogue 9:00am - 10:40am
Session V: Questions 11:00am - 12:20pm
Session VI: Dialogue Systems 2:00pm - 4:20pm
Session VII: Dialogue Games 4:40pm - 6:40pm
Day 3 Saturday June 17
Session VIII: Wizard of OZ Studies 9:00am - 10:20am
Session IX: Coordination Studies 10:40am - 12:00pm
Session X 1:30pm - 3:40pm
Session XI: Maptask Around the World 4:00pm -6:00pm

Thursday June 15th

8:30Registration
9:15Opening Remarks
Session I:
Formal Modelling Of Pragmatic Issues
9:30am - 12:50pm
9:30
Invited Talk 1: Support for Update Semantics (House Version)
Paul Dekker
10:30

Coffee Break

10:50 Towards an analysis of dialogue acts and indirect speech acts in a BDI framework Andreas Herzig, Dominique Longin, and Jacques Virbel
11:30 Decision problems in pragmatics Robert van Rooy
12:10 Communication and Cooperation among Agents Guido Boella & Rossana Damiano
12:50

Lunch

Session II: Reference 2:15pm - 4:15pm
2:15 When is a union really an intersection? Problems interpreting reference to locations in a dialogue system Myroslava Dzikovska and Donna Byron
2:55 Lifelong Discourse Representation Structure Gábor Alberti
3:35 Empirical Study of the Anaphoric Accessibility space in Spanish dialogues Patricio Martinez-Barco & Manuel Palomar
4:15

Coffee Break

Session III 4:30pm - 8:00pm
4:30 The Meaning of and in a formal theory of discourse and dialogue Isabel Gómez Txurruka
5:10
Invited Talk 2:
Overview Of Trindi Project Results
The TRINDI Consortium
6:30OPENING RECEPTION: Posters, Demos, and Refreshements

Friday June 16th

Session IV: Pragmatics and Dialogue 9:00am - 10:40am
9:00
Invited Talk 3:
Parameters of dialog analysis
Jens Allwood
10:00 Discourse Particles as Speech Act Markers Henk Zeevat
10:40

Coffee Break

Session V: Questions 11:00am - 12:20pm
11:00 Accomodating questions and the nature of QUD Robin Cooper, Elisabet Engdahl, Staffan Larsson and Stina Ericsson
11:40 First-Order Inference and the Interpretation of Questions and Answers Johan Bos & Malte Gabsdil
12:20

Lunch

Session VI: Dialogue Systems 2:00pm - 4:20pm
2:00
Invited Talk 4: Trying to Understand Misunderstanding: How Robust Can Spoken Natural Language Dialogue Systems Be?
Ronnie Smith
3:00 Asynchronous Dialogue Management: Two Case-Studies Johan Boye, Beth Ann Hockey, Manny Rayner
3:40 Design Constraints and Representation for Dialogue Management in the Automatic Telephone Operator Scenario José Quesada, J. Gabriel Amores, Gabriela Fernández, José A. Bernal, M. Teresa Lopez
4:20

Coffee Break

Session VII: Dialogue Games 4:40pm - 6:40pm
4:40 Dialogue Games are Recipes for Joint Action Joris Hulstijn
5:20 A formal model of Conversational Game Theory Ian Lewin
6:00 Obligations, Intentions, and the Notion of Conversational Games Jörn Kreutel and Colin Matheson
7:30Banquet on board the M/S Sankt Erik, cruising the archipelago

Saturday June 17th

Session VIII: Wizard of OZ Studies 9:00am - 10:20am
9:00 Modality Convergence in a Multimodal Dialogue System Linda Bell, Johan Boye , Joakim Gustafson and Mats Wirén
9:40 What is a Situation? Kerstin Fischer
10:20

Coffee Break

Session IX: Coordination Studies 10:40am - 12:00pm
10:40 Processes of collaboration and communication in desktop videoconferencing: do they differ from face-to-face interactions? Alison Newlands, Anne Anderson, Jim Mullin and Anne-Marie Fleming
11:20 Multi-speaker utterances and coordination in task-oriented dialogue Hannes Rieser and Kristina Skuplik
12:00

Lunch

Session X 1:30pm -3:40pm
1:30
Invited Talk 5:
Uptake and its role in conversation
Herbert Clark
2:30Poster & Demo Session 2
3:40

Coffee Break

Session XI: Maptask Around the World 4:00pm -6:00pm
4:00 Accessibility, duration, and modelling the listener in spoken dialogue E. G. Bard and M. P. Aylett
4:40 The nature of common ground units: an empirical analysis using MapTask dialogues Lesley Stirling, Ilana Mushin, Janet Fletcher, and Roger Wales
5:20 Overlaps and interruptions: Towards a hearer's model of turn taking Mika Enomoto and Syun Tutiya
6:00Final Remarks and Closing Drinks