Ting Han (韩婷)
I’m a PhD student at Bielefeld University in the Dialogue Systems Group headed by Prof. David Schlangen. I’m also a member of the Cognitive Interaction Technology Center of Excellence (CITEC) graduate school. Previously I earned a M.S. in computer vision and B.S. in computer science, both from Lanzhou University in China.
I’m interested in enabling AIs to understand natural human communications. My current research focuses on exploring how natural language informs the interpretation of co-verbal gestures.
Keywords: Multimodal interactions, natural language processing, co-verbal gestures
Learning to Interpret and Apply Multimodal Descriptions.
Ting Han. Bielefeld University, 2018.
A Corpus of Natural Multimodal Spatial Scene Descriptions.
Ting Han and David Schlangen. The 11th edition of the Language Resources and Evaluation Conference (LREC18), 7-12 May 2018, Miyazaki, Japan. pdf bib
Placing Objects in Gesture Space: Toward Real-Time Understanding of Spatial Descriptions
Ting Han, Casey Kennington and David Schlangen. The thrity-second AAAI conference on artificial intelligence (AAAI18), Feburary 2-7, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, 2018. pdf bib
Draw and Tell: Multimodal Descriptions Outperform Verbal- or Sketch-Only Descriptions in an Image Retrieving Task
Ting Han and David Schlangen. Inproceedings of the 8th international joint conference of natural language processing (IJCNLP17), Taipei, Taiwan, 2017. PUB
Natural Language Informs the Interpretation of Iconic Gestures: A Computational Approach
Ting Han, Julian Hough, and David Schlangen. Inproceedings of the 8th international joint conference of natural language processing (IJCNLP17), Taipei, Taiwan, 2017. PUB
Temporal Alignment Using the Incremental Unit Framework
Casey Kenninton, Ting Han, and David Schlangen, Proceedings of 19th ACM International Conference on Multimodal Interaction, Glasgow, Scotland, November 13-17th, 2017 (ICMI17). PUB
Grounding Language by Continuous Observation of Instruction Following
Ting Han and David Schlangen, Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics (EACL), Valencia: 491-496, 2017. PUB
Building and Applying Perceptually-Grounded Representations of Multimodal Scene Descriptions
Ting Han, Casey Kennington, and David Schlangen, Proceedings of the 19th SemDial Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue (goDIAL) 2015. PUB
A Corpus of Virtual Pointing Gestures
Ting Han, Spyros Kousidis, and David Schlangen, Presented at the REFNET Workshop on Computational and Psychological Models of Reference Comprehension and Production, Edinburgh 2014. [Poster] PUB
Towards Automatic Understanding of ‘Virtual Pointing’ in Interaction
Ting Han, Spyros Kousidis, and David Schlangen, Proceedings of the 18th SemDial Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue (DialWatt), Posters. Herriot-Watt University; 2014: 188-190. [poster] PUB
A Fast Dark Channel Prior-Based Depth Map Approximation Method for Dehazing Single Images
Ting Han and Yi Wan. In International Conference on Information Science and Technology (ICIST), 2013, pages 1355–1359. PUB