Selected publications

Krahmer, E. and K. van Deemter (2012). Computational Generation of Referring Expressions: A Survey. Computational Linguistics, 38(1), 173-218.[pdf]
van Deemter, K., A. Gatt, R. van Gompel and E. Krahmer (2012). Towards a computational psycholinguistics of reference production. Topics in Cognitive Science, 4(2), 166-183.[pdf]
Goudbeek, M. and E. Krahmer (2012). Alignment in interactive reference production: Content planning, modifier ordering and referential overspecification. Topics in Cognitive Science, 4(2), 269-289.[pdf]
Mol, L., E. Krahmer, A. Maes and M. Swerts (2012). Adaptation in gesture: Converging hands or converging minds? Journal of Memory and Language, 66, 249-264.[pdf]
Ruiter, M., L. Beijer, C. Cucchiarini, E. Krahmer, T. Rietveld, H. Strik and H. van Hamme (2012). Human Language Technology and communicative disabilities: Requirements and possibilities for the future. Language Resources and Evaluation, 46(1), 143-151.[pdf]
van Lierop, K., M. Goudbeek and E. Krahmer (2012). Conceptual alignment in reference with artificial and human dialogue partners. Proceedings of the 34th annual meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci 2012). August 1 - August 4, 2012. Sapporo, Japan, pp. 1066 – 1071.[pdf]
Viethen, J., M. Goudbeek and E. Krahmer (2012). The impact of colour difference and colour codability on reference production. Proceedings of the 34th annual meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci 2012). August 1 - August 4, 2012. Sapporo, Japan, pp. 1084 – 1089.[pdf]
Gatt, A., R. van Gompel, E. Krahmer and K. van Deemter (2012). Does domain size impact speech onset time during reference production? Proceedings of the 34th annual meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci 2012). August 1 - August 4, 2012. Sapporo, Japan, pp. 1584 – 1589.[pdf]
Hoetjes, M., E. Krahmer and M. Swerts (2012). Do repeated references result in sign reduction? Proceedings of the 34th annual meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci 2012). August 1 - August 4, 2012. Sapporo, Japan, pp. 461 – 466.[pdf]
Visser, M., E. Krahmer and M. Swerts (2012). Factors influencing children’s display of surprise. Proceedings of the 34th annual meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci 2012). August 1 - August 4, 2012. Sapporo, Japan, pp. 2493 – 2498.[pdf]
Wubben, S., A. van den Bosch and E. Krahmer (2012). Sentence Simplification by Monolingual Machine Translation. Proceedings of the 50th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL 2012), July 8 – July 14, 2012, Jeju, Korea, pp. 1015 – 1024.[pdf]
Koolen, R., E. Krahmer and M. Theune (2012). Learning Preferences for Referring Expression Generation: Effects of Domain, Language and Algorithm. Proceedings of the 7th International Natural Language Generation Conference (INLG 2012), May 30 - June 1, 2012, Starved Rock, IL, USA, pp. 3 - 11.[pdf]
Koolen, R., A. Gatt, M. Goudbeek and E. Krahmer (2011). Factors causing overspecification in definite descriptions. Journal of Pragmatics, 43, 3231-3250.[pdf]
Mol, L., E. Krahmer, A. Maes and M. Swerts (2011). Seeing and Being Seen: The effects on gesture production. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 17(1), 77-100.[pdf]
Theune, M., R. Koolen, E. Krahmer and S. Wubben (2011). Does Size Matter – How Much Data is Required to Train a REG Algorithm? Proceedings of the 49th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics: Human Language Technologies (ACL-HLT 2011), Portland, Oregon, USA, June 19-24, 660-664.[pdf]
Gatt, A., M. Goudbeek and E. Krahmer (2011). Attribute preference and priming in reference production Experimental evidence and computational modeling. Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci 2011), July 20-23, Boston, Massachusetts, 2627-2632.[pdf]
Koolen, R., M. Goudbeek and E. Krahmer (2011). Effects of scene variation on referential overspecification. Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci 2011), July 20-23, Boston, Massachusetts, 1025-1030.[pdf]
Hoetjes, M., R. Koolen, M. Goudbeek, E. Krahmer and M. Swerts (2011). GREEBLES Greeble greeb: On Reduction in Speech and Gesture in Repeated References. Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci 2011), July 20-23, Boston, Massachusetts, 3250-3255.[pdf]
Mol, L., E. Krahmer and M. van de Sandt-Koenderman (2011). Gesturing by aphasic speakers, how does it compare? Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci 2011), July 20-23, Boston, Massachusetts, 1454-1459.[pdf]
Kaland, C., E. Krahmer and M. Swerts (2011). Salient in the mind, salient in prosody. Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci 2011), July 20-23, Boston, Massachusetts, 261-266.[pdf]
Vogels, J., E. Krahmer and A. Maes (2011). How visual saliency affects referent accessibility. Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci 2011), July 20-23, Boston, Massachusetts, 3128-3133.[pdf]
Krahmer, E., & Swerts, M. (2011). Emotions in communication. In: J. Westerink, M. Krans and M. Ouwerkerk (Eds), Sensing emotions: The impact of context on behavioral and physiological experience measurements. Philips Research Book Series, Vol. 12, Springer Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg.[url]
Goudbeek, M. & E. Krahmer (2010). Preferences versus Adaptation during Referring Expression Generation. Proceedings of the 48th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL), Uppsala, Sweden, pp. 55-59. [pdf].
Krahmer, E. (2010), What Computational Linguists Can Learn from Psychologists (and Vice Versa), Computational Linguistics, 36: 285-294. [pdf]
Mol, L., E. Krahmer, A. Maes & M. Swerts (2010) Converging Hands or Converging Minds? Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci), Portland, Oregon, pp. 115-120.[pdf]
Mol, L. & E. Krahmer (2010). Handling what the other sees: The effects of seeing and being seen on gesture production. Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci), Portland, Oregon, pp. 736-741.[pdf]
Krahmer, E., J, Schaafsma, M. Swerts, M. Balsters, & A. Vingerhoets (2010). Non-verbal responses to being ignored: Evidence of cognitive deconstruction? Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci), Portland, Oregon, pp. 2542-2547.[pdf]
Marsi, E. & E. Krahmer (2010). Automatic analysis of semantic similarity in comparable text through syntactic tree matching. Proceedings of the 23rd International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING), Beijing, China.[pdf]
Krahmer, E., & Theune, M. (Eds.) (2010). Empirical methods in natural language generation. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNAI 5790), Springer Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg.[url]
Barkhuysen, P., Krahmer, E., & Swerts, M. (2010). Cross-modal and incremental perception of audiovisual cues to emotional speech. Language and Speech, 53, 3-30. [pdf]
Swerts, M., & Krahmer, E. (2010). Visual prosody of newsreaders: Effects of information structure, emotional content and intended audience on facial expressions. Journal of Phonetics, 38, 197-206.[pdf]
Krahmer, E., & Swerts, M. (Eds.) (2009). Audiovisual prosody (special issue). Language and Speech, 52(2-3), 129-386.[url]
Mol, L., Krahmer, E., Maes, A. & Swerts, M. (2009). The communicative import of gesture: Evidence from a comparative analysis of human-human and human-machine interactions. Gesture 9 (1), 97-126.[pdf]
Krahmer, E. (2008). Why be articulate? Two ways of looking at the transparancy theory. Theoretical Linguistics, 34 (3), 253-259.[pdf]
Shahid, S., Krahmer, E., & Swerts, M. (2008). Alone or together: Exploring the effect of physical co-presence on the emotional expressions of game playing children across cultures. In: P. Markopoulos et al (Eds.), Fun and Games 2008 (pp. 94-105). Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS 5294), Springer Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg. [best paper award][pdf]
Swerts, M., & Krahmer, E. (2008). Facial expressions and prosodic prominence: Comparing modalities and facial areas. Journal of Phonetics, 36 (2), 219-238.[pdf]
Barkhuysen P., Krahmer, E., & Swerts, M. (2008). The interplay between the auditory and visual modality for end-of-utterance detection. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 123 (1), 354-365.[pdf]
Krahmer, E., Marsi, E., & van Pelt, P. (2008). Query-based sentence fusion is better defined and leads to more preferred results than generic sentence fusion. Proceedings of the 46th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL), Columbus, Ohio, USA, June 15-20, 2008.[pdf]
van Hooijdonk, C., & Krahmer, E. (2008). Information modalities for procedural instructions: The influence of text, static and dynamic visuals on learning and executing RSI exercises. IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, 51 (1), 50-62.[pdf]
Krahmer, E., & Swerts, M. (2007). The effects of visual beats on prosodic prominence: Acoustic analyses, auditory perception and visual perception. Journal of Memory and Language, 57 (3), 396-414. [pdf]
van der Sluis, I., & Krahmer, E. (2007). Generating Multimodal References, Discourse Processes, 44 (3), 145-174.[pdf]
van Deemter, K., & Krahmer, E. (2007). Graphs and Booleans. In H. Bunt & R. Muskens (Eds.) Computing meaning, vol. 3 (pp. 397-422). Studies in Linguistics and Philosophy, Kluwer Academic Publishers.[pdf]
Swerts, M., & Krahmer, E. (2007). Meaning, Intonation and Negation. In H. Bunt & R. Muskens (Eds.) Computing meaning, vol. 3 (pp.195-212). Studies in Linguistics and Philosophy, Kluwer Academic Publishers.[pdf]
Krahmer, E. & Swerts, M. (2007). Perceiving Focus. In C. Lee, M. Gordon, & D. Büring (Eds.) Topic and focus: Cross-linguistic perspectives on intonation and meaning (pp. 121-138). Studies in Linguistics and Philosophy Series, Kluwer Academic Publishers.[pdf]
Krahmer, E., & Swerts, M. (2005). How children and adults produce and perceive uncertainty in audiovisual speech. Language and Speech, 48 (1), 29-54.[pdf]
Swerts, M., & Krahmer, E. (2005). Audiovisual prosody and feeling of knowing. Journal of Memory and Language, 53 (1), 81-94.[pdf]
van Deemter, K., Krahmer, E., & Theune, M. (2005). Real vs. template-based natural language generation: A false opposition? Computational Linguistics, 31 (1), 15-23.[pdf]
Barkhuysen, P., Krahmer, E., & Swerts, M. (2005). Problem detection in human-machine interactions based on facial expressions of users. Speech Communication, 45 (3), 343-359.[pdf]
Krahmer, E., & Swerts, M. (2004). More about brows: A cross-linguistic analysis-by-synthesis study, In: C. Pelachaud & Zs. Ruttkay (Eds.) From Brows to Trust: Evaluating Embodied Conversational Agents (pp. 191-216). Kluwer Academic Publishers.[pdf]
Krahmer, E., & Ummelen, N. (2004). Thinking about thinking aloud: A comparison of two verbal protocols for usability testing, IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, 47 (2), 105-117.[pdf]
Krahmer, E., van Dorst, J. & Ummelen, N. (2004). Mood, persuasion and information presentation: The influence of mood on the effectiveness of persuasive digital documents. Information Design Journal, 12 (3), 40-52.[pdf]
Krahmer, E., van Erk, S., & Verleg, A. (2003). Graph-based generation of referring expressions. Computational Linguistics, 29 (1), 53-72.[pdf]
Krahmer, E., Swerts, M., Theune, M. & Weegels, M. (2002). The dual of denial: Two uses of disconfirmations in dialogue and their prosodic correlates. Speech Communication, 36 (1), 133-145.[pdf]
Swerts, M., Krahmer, E. & Avesani, C. (2002). Prosodic marking of information status in Dutch and Italian: A comparative analysis. Journal of Phonetics, 30 (4), 629-654.[pdf]
Krahmer, E., & Theune, M. (2002). Efficient context-sensitive generation of referring expressions. In K. van Deemter & R. Kibble (Eds.) Information sharing: Givenness and newness in language processing (pp. 223-264). CSLI Publications, Stanford.[pdf]
van den Bosch, A., Krahmer, E., & Swerts, M. (2001). Detecting problematic turns in human-machine interactions: Rule induction versus memory-based learning approaches. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL). Toulouse, France.[pdf]
Beaver, D., & Krahmer, E. (2001). A partial account of presupposition projection. Journal of Logic, Language and Information, 10 (2), 147-182.[pdf]
Krahmer, E., Swerts, M., Theune, M., & Weegels, M. (2001). Error detection in spoken human-machine interaction. International Journal of Speech Technology, 4 (1), 19-30.[pdf]
Krahmer, E., & Swerts, M. (2001). On the alleged existence of contrastive accents. Speech Communication, 34 (4), 391-405.[pdf]
Theune, M., Klabbers, E., de Pijper, J.R., Krahmer, E. & Odijk, J. (2001). From data to speech: A generic approach. Natural Language Engineering, 7 (1), 47-86.[pdf]
Krahmer, E. (1998). Presupposition and Anaphora. CSLI Publications (distribution Chicago University Press), CSLI Lecture Note Series, Number 89, Stanford, CA. [reviewed in: Language 78 (2002): 207-208; Linguistics 37 (2001): 219-225][pdf]
Krahmer, E., & van Deemter, K. (1998). On the Interpretation of Anaphoric Noun Phrases: Towards a Full Understanding of Partial Matches. Journal of Semantics, 15 (3/4), 355-392.[pdf]
Krahmer, E., & Muskens, R. (1995). Negation and Disjunction in Discourse Representation Theory. Journal of Semantics, 12 (4), 357-376.[pdf]