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David Chalmers (ANU, NYU)
Rafael De Clercq
Jack Alan Reynolds
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The following list contains a survey of some important and recent research in modeling face-to-face conversation. The list below is a presented as a guide to the literature by topic and date; we include complete citations afterwards in alphabetical order. For brevity, research works are keyed by ﬁrst author and date only (we use these keys on the slides as well as in this list). Of course, most papers are multiply authored. The list is not intended to be exhaustive. Our primary aim is simply to provide bibliographic information for all the research that we will refer to during the ESSLLI class itself. The entries also provide a sampling from ongoing research projects so that you can get an overall sense of the state of the ﬁeld and begin to follow up topics of particular interest to you.
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