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Results of Questionnaire Position Paper Review Form: the W3C Workshop on Rich Multimodal Application Development

The results of this questionnaire are available to anybody. In addition, answers are sent to the following email address: team-mmi-ws-chairs@w3.org

This questionnaire was open from 2013-06-29 to 2013-07-15.

12 answers have been received.

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  1. António Teixeira - DETI/IEETA
  2. Sean M. Prell - Johnson and Wales University
  3. Masaki Umejima - JSCA and Keio University
  4. Morio Hirahara - ECHONET Consortium
  5. Louay Bassbouss - Fraunhofer FOKUS
  6. Deborah Dahl - Conversational Technologies
  7. Craig Campbell - iSpeech, Inc
  8. Holger Banski - Bosch
  9. IA Institute
  10. Ryosuke Aoki - NTT
  11. Brian Dooner - iVVi Media
  12. Sheau Ng - NBCUniversal
  13. Yoshiaki Ohsumi - Panasonic
  14. Kazuyuki Ashimura - W3C - Paper 1
  15. Kazuyuki Ashimura - W3C - Paper 2
  16. Wei-Yun Yau - Institute for Infocomm Research
  17. Yoshiaki Kozaki - NTT Advanced Technology Corporation
  18. General comments

1. António Teixeira - DETI/IEETA

Position paper

Summary

ChoiceAll responders
Results
Yes (as participant) 1
Yes (as speaker) 11
No
It depends (please leave a comment)

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Responder António Teixeira - DETI/IEETAComments
B Helena RODRIGUEZ Yes (as participant)
Piotr Wiechno Yes (as speaker) The paper mentions an apparently advanced implementation of the MMI Architecture based on HTTP and Apache SCXML, I would be interested in learning more.
Dong-Young Lee Yes (as speaker) Very interesting project.
Adam Abramski Yes (as speaker)
Michael Bodell Yes (as speaker) Demo of the Apache SCXML based IM for Assisted Applications seems interesting and germane.
Michael Johnston Yes (as speaker) Looks promising for presentation. Working on using MMI architecture for assistive apps
Balwinder Kaur Yes (as speaker)
Daniel Burnett Yes (as speaker)
Sheau Ng Yes (as speaker)
Deborah Dahl Yes (as speaker) This is a very interesting use case for the MMI Architecture (ambient and assisted living). It would fit in as a short presentation in the demo session.
Kazuyuki Ashimura Yes (as speaker) System implementation based on MMI Architecture
James Barnett Yes (as speaker) This is the one proposal that seems to have used the MMI Arch. Maybe he should get a chance to present separately.

2. Sean M. Prell - Johnson and Wales University

Position paper

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Yes (as participant) 3
Yes (as speaker)
No 7
It depends (please leave a comment) 2

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Responder Sean M. Prell - Johnson and Wales UniversityComments
B Helena RODRIGUEZ No
Piotr Wiechno Yes (as participant) I'm not sure about the paper, which seems to be totally off-topic. However, I don't see any harm in having the author participate in the workshop since everyone's invited, and it may be an interesting discussion.
Dong-Young Lee No I don't see anything related to MMI in the paper. Maybe he submitted a wrong paper?
Adam Abramski Yes (as participant) Wasn't clear how MMI would be part of this talk.
Michael Bodell Yes (as participant) This didn't seem that closely related.
Michael Johnston No Completely off topic. Not clear why this position paper is submitted here.
Balwinder Kaur No The paper does not explain what the connection between MMI and electronic recycling is
Daniel Burnett No I can't figure out what this has to do with the workshop.
Sheau Ng It depends (please leave a comment) Not clear how the paper relates to the theme of this workshop, namely Rich, and Multimodal aspects.
Deborah Dahl No This paper doesn't have anything to do with the conference
Kazuyuki Ashimura No not related to MMI at all...
James Barnett It depends (please leave a comment) This submission has nothing to do with multimodality. I guess there's no harm in his attending, but would he be interested?

3. Masaki Umejima - JSCA and Keio University

Position paper

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ChoiceAll responders
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Yes (as participant) 8
Yes (as speaker) 4
No
It depends (please leave a comment)

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Responder Masaki Umejima - JSCA and Keio UniversityComments
B Helena RODRIGUEZ Yes (as participant)
Piotr Wiechno Yes (as participant) The paper doesn't mention multimodal interaction explicitly, but the smart home use case is highly relevant, and the relationship between ECHONET Lite and the MMI Architecture needs to be studied.
Dong-Young Lee Yes (as speaker) MMI-related aspects of their work is not very obvious in their position paper, but I think it would be interesting to discuss HEMS and ECHONET Lite from an MMI perspective. *** Need to ask him to place focus on MMI.
Adam Abramski Yes (as participant) Wasn't clear how MMI would be part of this talk.
Michael Bodell Yes (as participant)
Michael Johnston Yes (as participant) Not clear that content is a good fit presentation with this group? But certainly look good as participant.
Balwinder Kaur Yes (as participant)
Daniel Burnett Yes (as participant)
Sheau Ng Yes (as speaker)
Deborah Dahl Yes (as speaker) How about a panel on ECHONET in the "Day 1, pm 2" session, with this and the following paper?
Kazuyuki Ashimura Yes (as speaker) smart power meter and ECHONET standard
James Barnett Yes (as participant) Good source of use cases

4. Morio Hirahara - ECHONET Consortium

Position paper

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Yes (as participant) 6
Yes (as speaker) 6
No
It depends (please leave a comment)

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Responder Morio Hirahara - ECHONET ConsortiumComments
B Helena RODRIGUEZ Yes (as participant)
Piotr Wiechno Yes (as speaker) Another mention of ECHONET Lite and bridging the Web and home devices, this seems like something that should definitely be discussed in context of the MMI Architecture.
Dong-Young Lee Yes (as speaker) Great topic. ECHONET introduction and discussion in the context of MMI would be interesting. *** Need to ask him to place focus on MMI.
Adam Abramski Yes (as participant) Wasn't clear how MMI would be part of this talk.
Michael Bodell Yes (as participant)
Michael Johnston Yes (as participant)
Balwinder Kaur Yes (as speaker)
Daniel Burnett Yes (as participant)
Sheau Ng Yes (as speaker)
Deborah Dahl Yes (as speaker) How about a panel on ECHONET in the "Day 1, PM 2" session, with this and the preceding paper?
Kazuyuki Ashimura Yes (as speaker) smart house and ECHONET standard
James Barnett Yes (as participant) Good source of use cases.

5. Louay Bassbouss - Fraunhofer FOKUS

Position paper

Summary

ChoiceAll responders
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Yes (as participant) 1
Yes (as speaker) 11
No
It depends (please leave a comment)

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Responder Louay Bassbouss - Fraunhofer FOKUSComments
B Helena RODRIGUEZ Yes (as participant)
Piotr Wiechno Yes (as speaker) I'm very interested in Famium's network discovery and advertising module, looks like a lot of useful information for MMI Discovery.
Dong-Young Lee Yes (as speaker) I've seen Famium before and it was impressive. MMI aspects of Famium would be interesting.
Adam Abramski Yes (as speaker)
Michael Bodell Yes (as speaker) Lots of MMI goodness.
Michael Johnston Yes (as speaker)
Balwinder Kaur Yes (as speaker) Very Relevant Paper.
Daniel Burnett Yes (as speaker)
Sheau Ng Yes (as speaker)
Deborah Dahl Yes (as speaker) this could be presented in the Day 2, AM 1 session on new directions.
Kazuyuki Ashimura Yes (as speaker) MMI and multi-screen for future IPTV
James Barnett Yes (as speaker) Good source of use case and has already considered discovery. Could we give them a role in the discussion of discovery?

6. Deborah Dahl - Conversational Technologies

Position paper

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ChoiceAll responders
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Yes (as participant)
Yes (as speaker) 12
No
It depends (please leave a comment)

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Responder Deborah Dahl - Conversational TechnologiesComments
B Helena RODRIGUEZ Yes (as speaker)
Piotr Wiechno Yes (as speaker) I'm particularly interested in the HTML/JS Interaction Manager implementation
Dong-Young Lee Yes (as speaker) A demo is always valuable.
Adam Abramski Yes (as speaker)
Michael Bodell Yes (as speaker) Demo sounds interesting.
Michael Johnston Yes (as speaker)
Balwinder Kaur Yes (as speaker) Yes. If possible this should be recorded and put on YouTube.
Daniel Burnett Yes (as speaker)
Sheau Ng Yes (as speaker)
Deborah Dahl Yes (as speaker) Well, this is my paper, so of course I want to present it. This could go in the "overview of existing" standards session (AM 2), or as a demo. The application is a natural language sentiment analysis service, but it's interesting because it uses EMMA, the MMI Architecture, and EmotionML, and you can see the XML events. It's running at http://nlportal.elasticbeanstalk.com if you want to try it (Firefox, Chrome, and Safari only)
Kazuyuki Ashimura Yes (as speaker) MMI demo featuring EmotionML and EMMA
James Barnett Yes (as speaker)

7. Craig Campbell - iSpeech, Inc

Position paper

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ChoiceAll responders
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Yes (as participant) 2
Yes (as speaker) 9
No
It depends (please leave a comment) 1

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Responder Craig Campbell - iSpeech, IncComments
B Helena RODRIGUEZ Yes (as speaker)
Piotr Wiechno Yes (as participant) The paper sounds like a marketing pitch, but the author mentions a large developer network and best practices on multimodal user interface design, both of which seem like very good discussion topics for the workshop.
Dong-Young Lee Yes (as speaker) Their presentation would provide a real-world usage example of MMI.
Adam Abramski Yes (as speaker)
Michael Bodell Yes (as speaker) Seems like some provocative information and good material for talkz.
Michael Johnston It depends (please leave a comment) Recommend inviting for demo? Slide deck really looks like a sales pitch, not clear
that that will work well for formal presentation in this setting.
Balwinder Kaur Yes (as speaker)
Daniel Burnett Yes (as speaker)
Sheau Ng Yes (as speaker)
Deborah Dahl Yes (as speaker) Looks like a proprietary speech interface, but could go in the PM 2 session. This would be useful for learning about how the MMI Architecture could handle their use cases.
Kazuyuki Ashimura Yes (as speaker) demo of proprietary MMI implementation - for the panel session
James Barnett Yes (as participant) This seems like a pitch for a proprietary product, but would be a source of use cases.

8. Holger Banski - Bosch

Position paper

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ChoiceAll responders
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Yes (as participant) 4
Yes (as speaker) 6
No
It depends (please leave a comment) 2

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Responder Holger Banski - BoschComments
B Helena RODRIGUEZ Yes (as speaker)
Piotr Wiechno Yes (as speaker) I'm quite surprised by the high level of adoption of Web standards by car makers mentioned in the paper, think that this is a killer use case for the MMI Architecture, and am highly interested in learning more about what Bosch is doing.
Dong-Young Lee It depends (please leave a comment) Automotive web is a hot topic, and MMI should be part of it as he says. It would be great if he could share his experiences, ideas, and views. *** Need to check with him whether he is willing to give a presentation.
Adam Abramski Yes (as speaker) Not sure if he's suggesting a talk or not, his abstract wasn't clear to me but given his background and research it would be great to have him do a presentation.
Michael Bodell Yes (as participant)
Michael Johnston Yes (as participant)
Balwinder Kaur Yes (as participant) The position paper seems to suggest that the candidate is more interested in participating than presenting.
Daniel Burnett Yes (as speaker) I'm really curious as to what a "head unit" is.
Sheau Ng It depends (please leave a comment) Needs to clarify how this is different than a special, albeit relatively new, application development environment. The multi modality seems to be confined to this new environment alone.
Deborah Dahl Yes (as speaker) A good candidate for the Day 1, PM 2 session.
Kazuyuki Ashimura Yes (as speaker) integration of HTML5 and MMI Architectur for in-car systems
James Barnett Yes (as participant) seems quite interested in getting an overview and providing use cases.

9. IA Institute

Position paper

Summary

ChoiceAll responders
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Yes (as participant) 6
Yes (as speaker) 6
No
It depends (please leave a comment)

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Responder IA InstituteComments
B Helena RODRIGUEZ Yes (as participant)
Piotr Wiechno Yes (as participant) The paper seems to focus on semantic networks rather than multimodal interaction, but this can be valuable for our work on modality component capability description, and the workshop might also give the authors some inspiration on the user interface aspects of their system.
Dong-Young Lee Yes (as speaker) A very interesting project related to multimodal UI as well as semantic web.
Adam Abramski Yes (as participant) Wasn't clear how MMI would be part of this talk.
Michael Bodell Yes (as speaker) I think the IAI perspective on semantic capturing would make for an interesting talk.
Michael Johnston Yes (as participant)
Balwinder Kaur Yes (as participant)
Daniel Burnett Yes (as participant) Not sure what this has to do with MMI other than the apparent UI aspect.
Sheau Ng Yes (as speaker) This is definitely an important element to be explored: new design for a new kind of web content that not only goes to different platform, but perhaps those different platforms come together at the users' ends as well.
Deborah Dahl Yes (as speaker) I'm not sure if this is completely relevant to our workshop, but perhaps a short presentation on their use cases in Day 1, PM 2.
Kazuyuki Ashimura Yes (as speaker) possible backyard Web service for MMI mashup
James Barnett Yes (as speaker) There may be some use cases here, but I'm not sure of the relevance.

10. Ryosuke Aoki - NTT

Position paper

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ChoiceAll responders
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Yes (as participant) 3
Yes (as speaker) 8
No
It depends (please leave a comment) 1

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Responder Ryosuke Aoki - NTTComments
B Helena RODRIGUEZ It depends (please leave a comment) Can you give more details about how your work is related to the MMI architecture?
Piotr Wiechno Yes (as participant) Interesting use case, and one where a multimodal user interface could be highly useful (but isn't used at the moment, judging by the paper).
Dong-Young Lee Yes (as speaker) Their paper addresses a real technical problem. It would be very interesting to hear their experiences and details of their solution.
Adam Abramski Yes (as speaker)
Michael Bodell Yes (as participant)
Michael Johnston Yes (as speaker)
Balwinder Kaur Yes (as speaker)
Daniel Burnett Yes (as speaker)
Sheau Ng Yes (as speaker) Would like to see the discussion expands from client-side-only to possibly on server side to assist/guide the trimming process.
Deborah Dahl Yes (as speaker) They could present their use case in Day 1, PM 2
Kazuyuki Ashimura Yes (as speaker) multimodal editor by integration of HTML and MMI
James Barnett Yes (as participant) good source of use cases

11. Brian Dooner - iVVi Media

Position paper

Summary

ChoiceAll responders
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Yes (as participant) 6
Yes (as speaker) 5
No
It depends (please leave a comment) 1

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Responder Brian Dooner - iVVi MediaComments
B Helena RODRIGUEZ Yes (as participant)
Piotr Wiechno Yes (as participant) More a note than a position paper, but concise and to the point. Use cases for multimodal interaction with ebooks are always interesting.
Dong-Young Lee Yes (as speaker) Their presentation of real use cases (multimodal ebook) would be very valuable.
Adam Abramski It depends (please leave a comment) No discussion about MMI and the use cases they would like to discuss unfortunately.
Michael Bodell Yes (as participant)
Michael Johnston Yes (as participant) Invite to give demo?
Balwinder Kaur Yes (as speaker) Although the content of the position paper was very limited, the requirements for eBooks is very interesting
Daniel Burnett Yes (as speaker)
Sheau Ng Yes (as participant) Perhaps an interesting paper would be to expand upon audio (e)book into multimodal (e)book.
Deborah Dahl Yes (as speaker) This is my customer, who is working on interactive, multimedia ebooks. They could present their use case in Day 1, PM 2.
Maybe we should have a "lightening use case" session for a bunch of quick use case presentations.
Kazuyuki Ashimura Yes (as speaker) multimodal eBook implemenataion - demo panel?
James Barnett Yes (as participant) good source of use cases

12. Sheau Ng - NBCUniversal

Position paper

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Yes (as participant) 4
Yes (as speaker) 4
No
It depends (please leave a comment) 4

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Responder Sheau Ng - NBCUniversalComments
B Helena RODRIGUEZ It depends (please leave a comment) Can you give more details about how your work is or can be related to the MMI architecture?
Piotr Wiechno Yes (as participant) The paper seems like an abstract for something else --- it ends with "In this paper, we present a particular technology..." and leaves it at that. Seems highly on-topic nevertheless, and it would make sense to discuss said technology at the workshop.
Dong-Young Lee It depends (please leave a comment) The position paper seems to be an abstract of a longer paper, which would fit the workshop topics. *** Need to check with him whether he is willing to give a presentation.
Adam Abramski It depends (please leave a comment) Not sure this was a paper to do a talk about MMI and Smart TV's or just a position paper to be asked to attend the workshop.
Michael Bodell Yes (as speaker) Sounds like some interesting things about smart tv. I wonder how much of the user interaction goes over the TV, and how much goes over an indirect channel (I.e., twitter from a second screen experience).
Michael Johnston Yes (as participant) Abstract is quite vague on what will be presented.
Balwinder Kaur It depends (please leave a comment) It would have been nice to have some diagrams or synopsis of the "particular technology" that they plan to present on.
Daniel Burnett Yes (as participant) Position paper doesn't really talk about UI at all, but if it did I would recommend them as a speaker as well.
Sheau Ng Yes (as speaker) The co-author of this paper will present.
Deborah Dahl Yes (as speaker) candidate for "lightening use case" session.
Kazuyuki Ashimura Yes (as speaker) integration of multiple video sources for SmartTV - demo?
James Barnett Yes (as participant) source of use cases

13. Yoshiaki Ohsumi - Panasonic

Position paper

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ChoiceAll responders
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Yes (as participant) 10
Yes (as speaker) 2
No
It depends (please leave a comment)

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Responder Yoshiaki Ohsumi - PanasonicComments
B Helena RODRIGUEZ Yes (as participant)
Piotr Wiechno Yes (as participant) Panasonic's interest in multimodal applications and their impact on customer satisfaction clearly stated.
Dong-Young Lee Yes (as participant) He mentioned that he doesn't need presentation.
Adam Abramski Yes (as participant) Position paper states they would just like to attend and not present anything.
Michael Bodell Yes (as participant)
Michael Johnston Yes (as participant)
Balwinder Kaur Yes (as participant)
Daniel Burnett Yes (as speaker) They say they do not need to present, but I think it would be fine if they wanted to.
Sheau Ng Yes (as participant)
Deborah Dahl Yes (as speaker) candidate for "lightening use case" session.
Kazuyuki Ashimura Yes (as participant) interested in integration HTML5 and MMI for SmartTV, Smart home and advanced health care services
James Barnett Yes (as participant) use cases

14. Kazuyuki Ashimura - W3C - Paper 1

Position paper

Attached files:
- mmi-over-websocket.pdf
- interop-ver2.pdf

Summary

ChoiceAll responders
Results
Yes (as participant)
Yes (as speaker) 12
No
It depends (please leave a comment)

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Responder Kazuyuki Ashimura - W3C - Paper 1Comments
B Helena RODRIGUEZ Yes (as speaker)
Piotr Wiechno Yes (as speaker) I'm very interested in how the WebSocket implementation turned out.
Dong-Young Lee Yes (as speaker) MMI over WebSocket is a very interesting idea, and must be presented and discussed.
Adam Abramski Yes (as speaker)
Michael Bodell Yes (as speaker) I'm very interested in Kaz's paper. We've implemented and deployed something very similar (only we used SCXML controller in CCXML as IM) and our event scheme didn't exactly match the MMI architecture - but we were programming all three parts (visual, controller, web). If we were only programming one, and interfacing with other companies, we'd have had more need for MMI events.
Michael Johnston Yes (as speaker)
Balwinder Kaur Yes (as speaker)
Daniel Burnett Yes (as speaker)
Sheau Ng Yes (as speaker)
Deborah Dahl Yes (as speaker) Candidate for session on new directions
Kazuyuki Ashimura Yes (as speaker) new direction for MMI
James Barnett Yes (as speaker)

15. Kazuyuki Ashimura - W3C - Paper 2

Position paper

Attached file:
speech-juke-box.pdf

Summary

ChoiceAll responders
Results
Yes (as participant) 3
Yes (as speaker) 8
No
It depends (please leave a comment) 1

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Responder Kazuyuki Ashimura - W3C - Paper 2Comments
B Helena RODRIGUEZ Yes (as participant)
Piotr Wiechno Yes (as participant) As an amateur bedroom music studio owner, I would argue that modern PC OSes can handle precise timing quite satisfactorily, but the idea of handling speech rhythm nuances in dialog interfaces is interesting anyway.
Dong-Young Lee Yes (as speaker) If the use case could be further developed (e.g., more detail), it could be presented separately; otherwise it could be presented together with the above.
Adam Abramski Yes (as speaker) Not sure if this is a presentation more about the real time OS or actual MMI.
Michael Bodell Yes (as participant)
Michael Johnston Yes (as speaker)
Balwinder Kaur It depends (please leave a comment) This seems like a good topic for an open discussion. If this is what the aim of the paper is then it would need to be done as an oral presentation.
Daniel Burnett Yes (as speaker)
Sheau Ng Yes (as speaker) This is a crucial, fundamental, function that needs to be studied and hopefully incorporated into W3C work. It will go beyond human speech, and into web content that can delivers vastly different and improved capabilities.
Deborah Dahl Yes (as speaker) Candidate for session on new directions
Kazuyuki Ashimura Yes (as speaker) new direction for MMI
James Barnett Yes (as speaker)

16. Wei-Yun Yau - Institute for Infocomm Research

Position paper

Summary

ChoiceAll responders
Results
Yes (as participant)
Yes (as speaker) 4
No
It depends (please leave a comment)

(8 responses didn't contain an answer to this question)

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Responder Wei-Yun Yau - Institute for Infocomm ResearchComments
B Helena RODRIGUEZ
Piotr Wiechno
Dong-Young Lee
Adam Abramski
Michael Bodell
Michael Johnston
Balwinder Kaur
Daniel Burnett
Sheau Ng Yes (as speaker) Paper introduces user behavioral modeling into MMI framework and should promote discussion on the aspect of user recommendation in W3C work. It will benefit web content that can delivers vastly different and improved capabilities.
Deborah Dahl Yes (as speaker)
Kazuyuki Ashimura Yes (as speaker) integration of TV with MMI
James Barnett Yes (as speaker)

17. Yoshiaki Kozaki - NTT Advanced Technology Corporation

Position paper

Summary

ChoiceAll responders
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Yes (as participant)
Yes (as speaker) 2
No
It depends (please leave a comment)

(10 responses didn't contain an answer to this question)

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Responder Yoshiaki Kozaki - NTT Advanced Technology CorporationComments
B Helena RODRIGUEZ
Piotr Wiechno
Dong-Young Lee
Adam Abramski
Michael Bodell
Michael Johnston
Balwinder Kaur
Daniel Burnett
Sheau Ng
Deborah Dahl
Kazuyuki Ashimura Yes (as speaker) Good candidate for the panel on use cases
James Barnett Yes (as speaker)

18. General comments

If you have any comments or suggestions on the program or organization of the workshop, please describe them in the comment field.

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Responder General comments
B Helena RODRIGUEZ
Piotr Wiechno
Dong-Young Lee
Adam Abramski
Michael Bodell Looks like a great workshop. Has any thought been given to simulcasting it to the web (similar to a tech plenary, or google io, or a ustream thread like several ignite conferences do [http://www.ustream.tv/new]). Not sure if there is a w3c approved tech to use, or if the workshop is confidential, but might be worth considering (especially for a multimodal conference).
Michael Johnston
Balwinder Kaur There was a lot of variation in the proposals submitted. It would be nice to have a bit more uniformity in the abstracts' format.
Daniel Burnett
Sheau Ng
Deborah Dahl Let's try to emphasize use cases, so to that end, how about if we make the PM 2 session on Day 1 a "lightening panel" where people quickly review their applications? I think it would be best to focus on use cases rather than solutions. Papers 8-14 could fit into a session like that.
Kazuyuki Ashimura As usual we should start with use case discussion and then talk about possible mechanism/framework. We should not jump in possible system implementations before clarifying those points.
# at least during the workshop :)
James Barnett

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