Generating Verbal Descriptions from Medical Sensor Data: A Corpus Study on User Preferences
Gkatzia, D., Rieser, V., Mcsporran, A., Mcgowan, A., Mort, A., & Dewar, M. (2014)
Generating Verbal Descriptions from Medical Sensor Data: A Corpus Study on User Preferences. In BCS Health Informatics Scotland (HIS)
Understanding and interpreting medical sensor data is an essential part of pre-hospital care in medical emergencies, but requires training and previous knowledge. In this pape...
Multi-adaptive Natural Language Generation using Principal Component Regression
Gkatzia, D., Hastie, H., & Lemon, O. (2014)
Multi-adaptive Natural Language Generation using Principal Component Regression. In Proceedings of the 8th International Natural Language Generation Conference, 138-142
We present FeedbackGen, a system that uses a multi-adaptive approach to Natural Language Generation. With the term 'multi-adaptive', we refer to a system that is able to adapt...
Linguistic applications of formal concept analysis.
Priss, U. (2005)
Linguistic applications of formal concept analysis. In B. Ganter, G. Stumme, & R. Wille (Eds.), Formal Concept Analysis, Foundations and Applications, 149-160. Springer-Verlag. https://doi.org/10.1007/11528784_8
Formal concept analysis as a methodology of data analysis and knowledge representation has potential to be applied to a variety of linguistic problems. First, linguistic appli...
Probing the sense of place.
O'Neill, S., McCall, R., Smyth, M., & Benyon, D. (2004)
Probing the sense of place. In Presence 2004
This paper describes the application and results of
two studies using a qualitative tool designed to examine
sense of place in relation to presence research in the
A method for designing virtual places.
McCall, R., O'Neill, S., Benyon, D., Smyth, M., & Carroll, F. (2004)
A method for designing virtual places. In Presence 2004, 305-312
This paper discusses our experiences of using a
range of methods and techniques to measure the sense of
place in real and virtual environments. The paper
presents a discussion...
The Materiality of Wearable Computers – Craft and Authentic User Experience
Kettley, S., & Smyth, M. (2004)
The Materiality of Wearable Computers – Craft and Authentic User Experience. Design Journal, 7(2), 32-41. https://doi.org/10.2752/146069204789354381
This paper presents work undertaken as part of an ongoing research programme into wearable computers and the processes for designing personal digital artifacts that exhibit au...