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 Kartik Talamadupula

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Publication years2007-2017
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June 2017 WebSci '17: Proceedings of the 2017 ACM on Web Science Conference
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Wagstaff (2012) draws attention to the pervasiveness of abstract evaluation metrics that explicitly ignore or remove problem specifics. While such metrics allow practitioners to compare numbers across application domains, they offer limited insight into the impact of algorithmic decisions on humans and their perception of the algorithm's correctness. Even for ...
Keywords: human-centered metrics, evaluation metrics, hate speech

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June 2015 WebSci '15: Proceedings of the ACM Web Science Conference
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As the popularity of Twitter, and the volume of tweets increased dramatically, hashtags have naturally evolved to become a de facto context providing/categorizing mechanism on Twitter. Despite their wide-spread adoption, fueled in part by hashtag recommendation systems, lay users continue to generate tweets without hashtags. When such "orphan" tweets show ...
Keywords: Hashtags, Rectification, Regression Model, Twitter, Context, Social Network

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July 2014 AAAI'14: Proceedings of the Twenty-Eighth AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence
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One subclass of human computation applications are those directed at tasks that involve planning (e.g. tour planning) and scheduling (e.g. conference scheduling). Interestingly, work on these systems shows that even primitive forms of automated oversight on the human contributors helps in significantly improving the effectiveness of the humans/crowd. In this ...

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July 2014 AAAI'14: Proceedings of the Twenty-Eighth AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence
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One of the more important aims of graduate artificial intelligence courses is to prepare graduate students to critically evaluate the current literature. The established approaches for this include either asking a student to present a paper in class, or to have the entire class read and discuss a paper. However, ...

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October 2013 CIKM '13: Proceedings of the 22nd ACM international conference on Information & Knowledge Management
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The increasing popularity of Twitter renders improved trust- worthiness and relevance assessment of tweets much more important for search. However, given the limitations on the size of tweets, it is hard to extract measures for ranking from the tweets? content alone. We present a novel ranking method called RAProp , ...
Keywords: agreement, search, twitter, microblog, relevance, trust

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January 2013 AAAIWS'13-17: Proceedings of the 17th AAAI Conference on Late-Breaking Developments in the Field of Artificial Intelligence
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The increasing popularity of Twitter renders improved trustworthiness and relevance assessment of tweets critical for search. However, given the limitations on the size of tweets, it is hard to extract measures for ranking from the tweets' content alone. We propose a method of ranking tweets by generating a Feature Score ...

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March 2012 HRI '12: Proceedings of the seventh annual ACM/IEEE international conference on Human-Robot Interaction
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Robots are currently being used in and developed for critical HRI applications such as search and rescue. In these scenarios, humans operating under changeable and high-stress conditions must communicate effectively with autonomous agents, necessitating that such agents be able to respond quickly and effectively to rapidly-changing conditions and expectations. We ...
Keywords: learning from interaction, hri communication, learning about the environment, enabling technologies, language processing

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December 2010 ACM Transactions on Intelligent Systems and Technology (TIST): Volume 1 Issue 2, November 2010
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As the number of applications for human-robot teaming continue to rise, there is an increasing need for planning technologies that can guide robots in such teaming scenarios. In this article, we focus on adapting planning technology to Urban Search And Rescue (USAR) with a human-robot team. We start by showing ...
Keywords: robot, search and rescue, Automated planning, planner

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July 2010 AAAI'10: Proceedings of the Twenty-Fourth AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence
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In this paper, we present an integrated planning and robotic architecture that actively directs an agent engaged in an urban search and rescue (USAR) scenario. We describe three salient features that comprise the planning component of this system, namely (1) the ability to plan in a world open with respect ...

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May 2010 ICAPS'10: Proceedings of the Twentieth International Conference on International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling
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While the string of successes found in using heuristic, best-first search methods have provided positive reinforcement for continuing work along these lines, fundamental problems arise when handling objectives whose value does not change with search operations. An extreme case of this occurs when handling the objective of generating a temporal ...

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October 2009 IROS'09: Proceedings of the 2009 IEEE/RSJ international conference on Intelligent robots and systems
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Autonomous robots that operate in real-world domains face multiple challenges that make planning and goal selection difficult. Not only must planning and execution occur in real time, newly acquired knowledge can invalidate previous plans, and goals and their utilities can change during plan execution. However, these events can also provide ...

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September 2007 ICAPS'07: Proceedings of the Seventeenth International Conference on International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling
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The last eight years have seen dramatic progress in temporal planning as highlighted by the temporal track in the last three International Planning Competitions (IPC). However, our recent work, (Cushing et al. 2007), showed that most of the competition winning planners are only complete for very restricted forms of temporal ...



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