Recent Submissions

  • Exploring Semantic Incrementality with Dynamic Syntax and Vector Space Semantics 

    Sadrzadeh, M; Purver, M; Hough, J; Kempson, R (arXiv, 2018)
    One of the fundamental requirements for models of semantic processing in dialogue is incrementality: a model must reflect how people interpret and generate language at least on a word-by-word basis, and handle phenomena ...
  • Expectations for tonal cadences: Sensory and cognitive priming effects. 

    Sears, DRW; Pearce, MT; Spitzer, J; Caplin, WE; McAdams, S (SAGE, 2018-11)
    Studies examining the formation of melodic and harmonic expectations during music listening have repeatedly demonstrated that a tonal context primes listeners to expect certain (tonally related) continuations over others. ...
  • Exploring the Deployment and Utilisation of Web Infrastructure in Africa 

    Fanou, R; TYSON, G; LEAO FERNANDES, E; Francois, P; Sathiaseelan, A (Association for Computing Machinery, 2018-11)
    It is well known that internet infrastructure deployment is progressing at a rapid pace in the African continent. A flurry of recent research has quantified this, highlighting the expansion of its underlying connectivity ...
  • Benchmarking the SHL Recognition Challenge with classical and deep-learning pipelines 

    WANG, L; Gjoreski, H; Ciliberto, M; Mekki, S; Valentin, S; Roggen, D; HASCA Workshop of Ubicomp 2018 (Association for Computing Machinery, 2018-10)
    In this paper we, as part of the Sussex-Huawei Locomotion-Transportation (SHL) Recognition Challenge organizing team, present reference recognition performance obtained by applying various classical and deep-learning ...
  • A case study for human gestures recognition from poorly annotated data 

    Ciliberto, M; WANG, L; Roggen, D; Zillmer, R; HASCA Workshop of Ubicomp 2018 (Association for Computing Machinery, 2018-10)
    In this paper we present a case study on drinking gesture recognition from a dataset annotated by Experience Sampling (ES). The dataset contains 8825 "sensor events" and users reported 1808 "drink events" through experience ...
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