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    • Mixed-initiative intent recognition using cloud-based cognitive services 

      Abschlussarbeit (Master; Diplom)
      Kraus, Matthias (Universität Ulm, 2017-06-16)
      In spoken dialogue systems, understanding the intention of a user is essential for a succesful and natural perceived human-machine interaction. Therefore, in the scope of this thesis, the creation and evaluation of a ...
    • Modular PUF coding chain with high-speed Reed-Muller decoder 

      Beitrag zu einer Konferenz
      Mandry, Holger; Herkle, Andreas; Kürzinger, Ludwig; Müelich, Sven; Becker, Joachim; Fischer, Robert F. H.; Ortmanns, Maurits (Universität Ulm, 2019-05-01)
      Physical Unclonable Functions (PUFs) offer the possibility to produce unique fingerprints for integrated circuits. As raw PUF responses are affected by noise, some post-processing steps are necessary. We present a coding ...
    • Multimodal adaptive dialogue management in OwlSpeak 

      Abschlussarbeit (Master; Diplom)
      Pragst, Louisa (Universität Ulm, 2019-07-01)
      Spoken dialogue systems are employed in human-computer interaction to support the natural communication method of humans. Multimodal dialogue systems can provide an even more human-like interaction for the user by utilising ...
    • Multimodal input fusion for companion technology 

      Dissertation
      Schüssel, Felix (Universität Ulm, 2018-03-12)
      Today’s computer systems provide a vast variety of functionalities but at the same time lack an intelligent and natural user interface. The idea of companion technology is to complement a system with an intelligent interface ...
    • Optimisation and evaluation of software support systems 

      Dissertation
      Lang, Helmut (Universität Ulm, 2017-08-09)
      This thesis investigates the current status of help systems and user assistance available in the context of computer software usage. The focus of this thesis is on help available to users without explicitly referring to ...
    • Scattering in non-stationary mobile-to-mobile communications channels 

      Dissertation
      Walter, Michael (Universität Ulm, Herbert Utz Verlag, 2016)
      The aim of this thesis is to introduce a non-stationary model for the scattering in mobile-to-mobile channels. Due to the evolution of wireless technology, fixed-to-mobile communications systems are nowadays complemented ...
    • Study on human-in-the-loop sensing in urban environment analysis 

      Dissertation
      Matsuda, Yuki (Universität Ulm, 2019-10-11)
      Due to the widespread of mobile devices such as smartphones, we can get the appropriate information anytime, anywhere according to the surrounding environments and the human conditions, called ``contexts.'' In order to ...
    • Text classification for spoken dialogue systems 

      Dissertation
      Sergienko, Roman (Universität Ulm, 2016-06-29)
      The main objective of this thesis is the application and evaluation of text classification approaches for speech-based utterance classification problems in the field of advanced spoken dialogue system (SDS) design. SDSs ...
    • User-adaptive statistical dialogue management using OpenDial 

      Abschlussarbeit (Master; Diplom)
      Wagner, Nicolas (Universität Ulm, 2018-11-05)
      In Spoken Dialogue Systems, two techniques are currently used to create an optimal dialogue policy: hand-crafted rules and statistical procedures basing on machine learning. However, both types are not sufficient in complex ...
    • User-centred adaptive spoken dialogue modelling 

      Dissertation
      Ultes, Stefan (Universität Ulm, 2015)
      This dissertation investigates novel concepts and methods for the automatic recognition of dynamic user properties using statistical supervised learning and for the integration of these properties into the dialogue management ...
    • What, where, and when? Mechanisms of learning biological motion representations 

      Dissertation
      Layher, Georg (Universität Ulm, 2019-08-05)
      The understanding and recognition of human actions is one of the major challenges for technical systems aiming at visual behavior analysis. Evidences from psychophysical and neurophysiological studies provide indications ...