Alicia Tribble Sagae, Ph.D.

Language Technologies Institute
Carnegie Mellon University
atribble AT cs DOT cmu DOT edu
Ph.D., Language Technologies (2010)
Master of Language Technologies (2002)
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Alicia Sagae and Scott E. Fahlman. Knowledge Resource Development for Identifying Matching Image Descriptions. in Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Knowledge Engineering and Ontology Development (KEOD 2013). September 2013. acceptance rate 13%

Alicia Sagae, Jerry R. Hobbs, Suzanne Wertheim, Michael Agar, Emily Ho, and W. Lewis Johnson. Efficient Cultural Models of Verbal Behavior for Communicative Agents. in Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Intelligent Virtual Agents (IVA 2012). September 2012.

W. Lewis Johnson and Alicia Sagae. Personalized refresher training based on a model of skill acquisition and decay. in Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Applied Digital Human Modeling. San Francisco, 2012.

Alicia Sagae, Jerry R. Hobbs, and Emily Ho. Efficient Cross-Cultural Models for Communicative Agents. Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Cross-Cultural Decision Making. San Francisco, July 2012.

Jerry R. Hobbs, Alicia Sagae, and Suzanne Wertheim. Toward a Commonsense Theory of Microsociology: Interpersonal Relationships. in Proceedings of FOIS 2012. July 24-27, Graz, Austria. 2012.

Alicia Sagae, W. Lewis Johnson, and Andre Valente. Conversational Agents in Language and Culture Training. in D. Perez-Marin and I. Pascual-Nieto (Eds.), Conversational Agents and Natural Language Interaction: Techniques and Effective Practices, pp. 358-377). Madrid: IGI Global. 2011.

Jerry R. Hobbs and Alicia Sagae. Toward a Commonsense Theory of Microsociology: Interpersonal Relationships. in Proceedings of the AAAI Spring Symposium. March, 2011.

Alicia Sagae, W. Lewis Johnson, and Stephen Bodnar. Validation of a Dialog System for Language Learners. in Proceedings of the The 11th annual SIGdial Meeting on Discourse and Dialogue. Tokyo, Japan. September, 2010.

W. Lewis Johnson and Alicia Sagae. Adaptive Agent-Based Learning of Intercultural Communication Skills. in Proceedings of the User Modeling and Personalization Conference, Demonstration Sessions (UMAP 2010). June 2010.

W. Lewis Johnson, Naveen Ashish, Stephen Bodnar, Alicia Sagae. Expecting the Unexpected: Warehousing and Analyzing Data from ITS Field Use. in Proceedings of ITS 2010 part II, LNCS 6095. June 2010.

Alicia Sagae. Textual Inference for Retrieving Labeled Object Descriptions. Ph.D. Thesis. Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA. May 2010.

Rohit Kumar, Alicia Sagae, and W. Lewis Johnson. Evaluating an Authoring Tool for Mini-Dialogs" in Proceedings of AIED 2009 (Poster), Brighton, UK, July 2009.

Alicia Sagae, Rohit Kumar, W. Lewis Johnson. Scaling up in Speaking Proficiency by Supporting Robust Learning Behaviors. in Proceedings of AIED 2009 Workshop: Scalability Issues in AIED. Brighton, UK, July 2009.

Alicia Sagae, Baylor Wetzel, Andre Valente, W. Lewis Johnson. Culture-Driven Response Strategies for Virtual Human Behavior in Training Systems. in Proceedings of SLaTE-2009. Warwickshire, England, 2009.

Alicia Tribble, Jin-Dong Kim, Tomoko Ohta, Jun'ichi Tsujii. “A Comparison of Knowledge Resource Designs: Supporting Term-level Text Annotation”. in Proceedings of LREC-2008 Workshop: Building and evaluating resources for biotext mining. pp. 3-10, 2008.

Alicia Tribble and Scott E. Fahlman. “CMU-AT: Semantic Distance and Background Knowledge for Identifying Semantic Relations” SemEval-2007 Workshop of ACL 2007. Prague, Czech Republic, 2007.

Alicia Tribble. “Labeling Semantic Relationships in English”. Doctoral Consortium of HLT/NAACL-2007. Rochester, NY, 2007.

Alicia Tribble, Benjamin Lambert, and Scott E. Fahlman. SconeEdit: A Text-guided Domain Knowledge Editor Demonstration Sessions of HLT/NAACL-2006. New York, 2006.

Alicia Tribble and Scott E. Fahlman. "Resolving Noun Compounds with Multi-use Domain Knowledge"Proceedings of FLAIRS-2006. Melbourne Beach, FL, May 11-13, 2006.

Alicia Tribble and Carolyn Rose. "Usable Browsers for Knowledge Acquisition" Poster Presentations of CHI-2006. Montreal, Quebec, April 24-27, 2006.

Tanja Schultz, Qin Jin, Kornel Laskowski, Alicia Tribble, Alex Waibel."Improvements in NonVerbal Cue Identification Using Multilingual Phone Strings" in Proceedings of ACL02 Workshop on Speech-to-Speech Translation. Philadelphia, PA. July 2002.

Tanja Schultz, Qin Jin, Kornel Laskowski, Alicia Tribble, Alex Waibel. "Speaker, Accent, and Language Identification Using PhoneStrings" in Proceedings of HLT-2002. San Diego, CA. March 2002.

Alicia Tribble, Stephan Vogel, and Alex Waibel. "Overlapping Phrase-level Translation Rules in an SMT Engine"in Proceedings of NLPKE 2003. Beijing, China. October 2003.

Stephan Vogel, Ying Zhang, Alicia Tribble, Fei Huang, Ashish Venugopal, Bing Zhao, and Alex Waibel. "The CMU Statistical Translation System."in Proceedings of the MT Summit IX. New Orleans, LA. September 2003.

Stephan Vogel, Alicia Tribble. "Improving Statistical Machine Translation for a Speech-to-Speech Translation Task." in Proceedings of ICSLP-2002 Workshop on Speech-to-Speech Translation. Boulder, CO. September 2002.

Alicia Tribble, Alon Lavie, Lori Levin. "Rapid Adaptive Development of Semantic Analysis Grammars" in Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Theoretical and Methodological Issues in Machine Translation (TMI-2002) . Keihanna, Japan. March 2002.

Lavie, A., L. Levin, T. Schultz, C.Langley, B. Han, A. Tribble, D. Gates, D. Wallace and K. Peterson. "Domain Portability in Speech-to-Speech Translation" in Proceedings of HLT-2001, San Diego, CA. March 2001.