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- (Maatman et al., 2005) ⇒ R. M. Maatman, Jonathan Gratch, and Stacy Marsella. (2005). “Natural Behavior of a Listening Agent.” In: Lecture Notes in Computer Science. ISBN:3-540-28738-8 10.1007/11550617_3 doi: 10.1007/11550617_3
- QUOTE: In contrast to the variety of listening behaviors produced in human-to-human interaction, most virtual agents sit or stand passively when a user speaks. This is a reflection of the fact that although the correct responsive behavior of a listener during a conversation is often related to the semantics, the state of current speech understanding technology is such that semantic information is unavailable until after an utterance is complete.