Simone Ashby’s Paper Wins the ACM ICMI Ten-Year Technical Impact Award

6 January, 2016 (All day)

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Congratulations to Simone Ashby whose paper, "The AMI Meeting Corpus: A Pre-announcement", was awarded the ACM ICMI (International Conference on Multimodal Interaction) Ten-Year Technical Impact Award in November 2015!

The paper was published in the proceedings of Machine Learning for Multimodal Interaction (MLMI) 2005, and has received 160 citations, excluding self-citations.

In the paper, the authors describe a multi-modal data set of 100 hours of meeting recordings for a project aimed at developing meeting browsing technologies. The corpus was recorded using close-talking and far-field microphones, individual and room-view video cameras, projection, a whiteboard, and DigiPens, all with synchronized output signals. They describe the data set, including the rationale behind using elicited material, and explain how the material was recorded, transcribed and annotated.

The full list of authors is: Jean Carletta, Simone Ashby, Sebastien Bourban, Mike Flynn, Mael Guillemot, Thomas Hain, Jaroslav Kadlec, Vasilis Karaiskos, Wessel Kraaij, Melissa Kronenthal, Guillaume Lathoud, Mike Lincoln, Agnes Lisowska, Iain McCowan, Wilfried Post, Dennis Reidsma, and Pierre Wellner.
 

To learn more visit http://icmi.acm.org/2015/index.php?id=award