Sean Trott
Sean Trott
Graduate Student, UC San Diego
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Exploiting deep semantics and compositionality of natural language for human-robot-interaction
M Eppe, S Trott, J Feldman
2016 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems …, 2016
342016
Natural language for human robot interaction
H Khayrallah, S Trott, J Feldman
International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI), 2015
232015
Application-Independent and Integration-Friendly Natural Language Understanding
M Eppe, S Trott, V Raghuram, J Feldman, A Janin
The 2nd Global Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Berlin, Germany, 2016
142016
Recognizing Intentions from Natural Language: Clarification Dialog and Construction Grammar
S Trott, M Eppe, J Feldman
RO-MAN 2016, Workshop on Communicating Intentions in Human-Robot Interaction, 2016
132016
A Theoretical Model of Indirect Request Comprehension
S Trott, B Bergen
Artificial Intelligence for Human-Robot Interaction, 2017
112017
Natural language understanding and communication for multi-agent systems
S Trott, A Appriou, J Feldman, A Janin
2015 AAAI Fall Symposium Series, 2015
82015
Grammar Scaling: Leveraging FrameNet Data to Increase Embodied Construction Grammar Coverage
EK Dodge, S Trott, L Gilardi, E Stickles
Computational Construction Grammar and Natural Language Understanding, 2017
72017
Semantically-Driven Coreference Resolution with Embodied Construction Grammar
V Raghuram, S Trott, K Shen, E Goldberg, S Oderberg
Computational Construction Grammar and Natural Language Understanding, 2017
52017
Why do human languages have homophones?
S Trott, B Bergen
Cognition 205, 104449, 2020
42020
A pre-registered, multi-lab non-replication of the action-sentence compatibility effect (ACE)
RD Morey, MP Kaschak, AM Díez-Álamo, AM Glenberg, RA Zwaan, ...
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 2021
32021
(Re) construing Meaning in NLP
S Trott, TT Torrent, N Chang, N Schneider
arXiv preprint arXiv:2005.09099, 2020
32020
Individual Differences in Mentalizing Capacity Predict Indirect Request Comprehension
S Trott, B Bergen
Discourse Processes, 2018
22018
Processing Natural Language About Ongoing Actions in ECG
S Doubleday, S Trott, J Feldman
Computational Construction Grammar and Natural Language Understanding, 2017
22017
Prosodic cues signal the intent of potential indirect requests
S Trott, S Reed, V Ferreira, B Bergen
Proceedings of the 41st Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 2019
12019
When Do Comprehenders Mentalize for Pragmatic Inference?
S Trott, B Bergen
Discourse Processes 57 (10), 900-920, 2020
2020
The Role of Entitlement in Formatting Preferences Across Requesters and Recipients
S Trott, F Rossano
Discourse Processes 57 (7), 551-572, 2020
2020
Effects of Battle and Journey Metaphors on Charitable Donations for Cancer Patients
A Liebscher, BK Bergen, S Coulson, S Trott
2020
Sub-morphemic form-meaning systematicity: the impact of onset phones on word concreteness.
S Trott, A Semenuks, B Bergen
CogSci, 3373, 2019
2019
Theoretical Concerns for the Integration of Repair
S Trott, F Rossano
Artificial Intelligence for Human-Robot Interaction, 2017
2017
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