Heather Pon-Barry
Heather Pon-Barry
Assistant Professor of Computer Science, Mount Holyoke College
Verified email at mtholyoke.edu - Homepage
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Responding to student uncertainty in spoken tutorial dialogue systems
H Pon-Barry, K Schultz, EO Bratt, B Clark, S Peters
International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education 16 (2), 171-194, 2006
1082006
CHAT: A conversational helper for automotive tasks
F Weng, S Varges, B Raghunathan, F Ratiu, H Pon-Barry, B Lathrop, ...
Ninth International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, 2006
522006
Acoustic-prosodic entrainment and rapport in collaborative learning dialogues
N Lubold, H Pon-Barry
Proceedings of the 2014 ACM workshop on Multimodal Learning Analytics …, 2014
482014
Finding eyewitness tweets during crises
F Morstatter, N Lubold, H Pon-Barry, J Pfeffer, H Liu
arXiv preprint arXiv:1403.1773, 2014
472014
Interactive question answering and constraint relaxation in spoken dialogue systems
S Varges, F Weng, H Pon-Barry
Proceedings of the 7th SIGdial Workshop on Discourse and Dialogue, 28-35, 2006
462006
Prosodic manifestations of confidence and uncertainty in spoken language
H Pon-Barry
Ninth Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, 2008
382008
A scalable, reusable spoken conversational tutor: Scot
K Schultz, EO Bratt, B Clark, S Peters, H Pon-Barry, P Treeratpituk
Proceedings of the AIED 2003 Workshop on Tutorial Dialogue Systems: With a …, 2003
352003
Effects of voice-adaptation and social dialogue on perceptions of a robotic learning companion
N Lubold, E Walker, H Pon-Barry
2016 11th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI …, 2016
342016
Advantages of spoken language interaction in dialogue-based intelligent tutoring systems
H Pon-Barry, B Clark, K Schultz, EO Bratt, S Peters
International Conference on Intelligent Tutoring Systems, 390-400, 2004
342004
Recognizing Uncertainty in Speech
HR Pon-Barry, SM Shieber
EURASIP Journal of Advances in Signal Processing, 2011
332011
Method and apparatus for organizing and optimizing content in dialog systems
F Weng, H Pon-Barry
US Patent 9,201,923, 2015
302015
Disordered speech disrupts conversational entrainment: a study of acoustic-prosodic entrainment and communicative success in populations with communication challenges
SA Borrie, N Lubold, H Pon-Barry
Frontiers in psychology 6, 1187, 2015
292015
Evaluating the effectiveness of SCoT: A spoken conversational tutor
H Pon-Barry, B Clark, EO Bratt, K Schultz, S Peters
ITS 2004 Workshop on Dialog-based Intelligent Tutoring Systems, 23-32, 2004
292004
Intelligent systems for training damage control assistants
S Peters, EO Bratt, B Clark, H Pon-Barry, K Schultz
Proc. of ITSE, 2004
282004
Naturalness and rapport in a pitch adaptive learning companion
N Lubold, H Pon-Barry, E Walker
2015 IEEE Workshop on Automatic Speech Recognition and Understanding (ASRU …, 2015
212015
A Wizard of Oz framework for collecting spoken human-computer dialogs: An experiment procedure for the design and testing of natural language in-vehicle technology systems
B Lathrop, H Cheng, F Weng, R Mishra, J Chen, H Bratt, L Cavedon, ...
Proc. ITS, 2004
182004
A general purpose architecture for intelligent tutoring systems
B Clark, O Lemon, A Gruenstein, EO Bratt, J Fry, S Peters, H Pon-Barry, ...
Advances in Natural Multimodal Dialogue Systems, 287-305, 2005
172005
Scaling introductory courses using undergraduate teaching assistants
J Forbes, DJ Malan, H Pon-Barry, S Reges, M Sahami
Proceedings of the 2017 ACM SIGCSE Technical Symposium on computer science …, 2017
162017
Expanding capacity and promoting inclusion in introductory computer science: a focus on near-peer mentor preparation and code review
H Pon-Barry, BWL Packard, A St. John
Computer Science Education 27 (1), 54-77, 2017
152017
The importance of sub-utterance prosody in predicting level of certainty
H Pon-Barry, S Shieber
Proceedings of Human Language Technologies: The 2009 Annual Conference of …, 2009
142009
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