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Alumnus of the Artificial Intelligence Center
From question-answering to information-seeking dialogs.
A limited domain, bidirectional, speech to speech translation project for handheld devices. The current languages are English and Pashto.
The following are in reverse chronological order of publication.
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Precoda, K. and Culy, C. and Franco, H. and Dost, A. and Frandsen, M. and Fry, J. and Kathol A. and Richey, C. and Riehemann, S. and Vergyri, D. and Zheng, J. Limited-Domain Speech-to-Speech Translation between English and Pashto, in HLT/NAACL Demo Sessions, May 2004. [PDF, Details]
Waldinger, R. and Appelt, D. E. and Fry, J. and Israel, D. J. and Jarvis, P. and Martin, D. and Riehemann, S. and Stickel, M. E. and Tyson, M. and Hobbs, J. and Dungan, J. L. Deductive Question Answering from Multiple Resourcesin New Directions in Question Answering, AAAI, 2004. [PDF, Details]
Fry, John. Ellipsis and wa-marking in Japanese conversationRoutledge, 2003. [Details]
Fry, John and Ginzton, Matt and Peters, Stanley and Clark, Brady and Pon-Barry, Heather. Automated tutoring dialogues for training in shipboard damage control, in Proceedings of the Second SIGDial Workshop on Discourse and Dialogue, Aalborg, Denmark, pp. 68-71, September 2001. [PS, Details]