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Oliviero Stock

January 2016

  

Address: Oliviero Stock, FBK-Irst, 38100 Povo, Trento, Italy   email: stock@fbk.eu

  

Education

Laurea in Mathematics, Univ. of Firenze. Post lauream Specialisation in Computer Science, Univ. of Pisa, 1976, with a thesis on natural language parsing

 

Professional experience

1981-1987 Tenured researcher with the Italian National Council for Research, Rome, where he was also coordinator of the National Strategic Project on Artificial Intelligence

1987-  at FBK-IRST, Trento

1988- Founder and head of the Natural Language Processing group

1993-2002 Founder and head of the Communication and Cognitive Tech. Division

1997-2001 IRST Director

FBK-irst (previously IRST) is a research institute active in fundamental and applied research. At the time of OS’s directorship, it was structured in five Divisions: Cognitive Technologies and Communication, Interactive Sensory Systems, Automated Reasoning, Microsystems, and Physical-Chemical Properties of Surfaces. Human resources included about one hundred scientists, twenty technicians; additionally, about fifty young researchers were collaborating on specific  projects

Played a key role in the launch of several IRST projects funded by European research programs. Under his tenure as director, 26 projects and contracts in the 5th European Framework Programme with IRST participation were accepted, out of 55 proposals.

2003-2011 Director of an Italian–Israeli project on AI and intelligent technologies for cultural heritage appreciation, co-coordinator of a collaboration project between the University of Haifa and FBK-irst

2010 One of the founders of the Trento Node in EIT (European Institute of Technology) Digital

2012- Director of the PerTe project, devoted to intelligent persuasion technologies: natural language, small groups, narrative negotiation, and ethical issues

 

Research

All research activity in artificial intelligence: natural language processing, intelligent user interfaces, cognitive technologies, IT for cultural heritage appreciation, intelligent persuasion technology

Author of two hundred and sixty published scientific papers – over one hundred in refereed journals and books (eighty-seven international) and the rest in refereed conference and workshop proceedings  (over one hundred and thirty international) – and author or editor of twelve volumes (nine international).  Includes seven IJCAI papers, spanning a period of twenty-six  years, 1989-2015

Keynote speaker at eighty conferences (fortyfive international), including ECAI-92, with the title “A Third Modality of Natural language?”  and IJCAI-99 with the title “Was the title of this talk generated automatically? Prospects on intelligent interfaces and language”, and twenty five panels. Latest invited talk at RECSYS-2015 with title “A (Persuasive?) Speech on Automated Persuasion”

 

Fellowships

ECCAI (European Coordinating Committee for Artificial Intelligence) Fellow, elected in the first series of ECCAI  Fellows – 1999, "in recognition for pioneering work in the field of Artificial Intelligence and outstanding service for the European Artificial Intelligence community"

AAAI (American Association for Artificial Intelligence) Fellow, now Association for the Advancement of AI, since 2006,  “in recognition of his wide-ranging, significant contributions to research in computational linguistics and intelligent interfaces, serious work on computational humor, and dedicated service and leadership in support of the European AI community”

 

Service to the AI Community

President of AI*IA, the Associazione Italiana per l'Intelligenza Artificiale (1992-1993 and 1994-1995)

Chairman of ECCAI, the European Coordinating Committee for Artificial Intelligence  (1992-1994)

President of ACL, the Association for Computational Linguistics (1996)

Member of the editorial board of a dozen scientific journals, including Computational Linguistics, Artificial Intelligence (previously), and(associate editor of) Applied Artificial Intelligence and of the ACM Transactions on Interactive Intelligent Systems. Editor in Chief of Intelligenza Artificiale, IOS Press (2011-2015). Advisory Board member of the Book Series on Cognitive Technologies, Springer, Editorial Board Member of AAAI Press, established by AAAI and MIT Press

Chair of nineteen conferences or workshops, including: Co-chair of the PC of ANLP-92, Third Applied Natural Language Processing Conference of the Association for Computational Linguistics and General Chair of AH-2000, general co-chair of IUI-2014. Member of the Advisory Committee of IJCAI-95, Montreal 1995, and of over one hundred and forty Program Committees of international conferences and workshops

Member of the Executive Steering Board of EIT Digital, the Knowledge Centre for ICT of the European Institute for Innovation and Technology (2012-)

Member of the Scientific Advisory Board of DFKI, the German Research Institute for AI, (2004-), of CATCH, the Technology for Cultural Heritage program of the Dutch NWO, (2007-) and, formerly, of the National Council for Research Institute LADSEB (Padova). Member of the Board of Governors of the University of Haifa (2006-)

Member of the Committee for the Best European Artificial Intelligence Dissertation Award established by ECCAI (2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015)

National representative for the 7th Framework Programme (2007-2010), ICT, appointed by the Italian Ministry for University and Research. Consultant for the EU for the definition of programs in the 5th and 6th Framework Programmes

 

Teaching

Lecturer at several universities (Roma La Sapienza, Pavia, Pisa, Siena, Sissa Trieste, Trento) and international schools (Wilem Mathesius Courses, Charles University, Praha). Former member of the Executive Board of the International Graduate School on ICT, University of Trento. Thesis advisor for numerous students. Visiting Professor at the University of Haifa

 

Research directions

Oliviero Stock has developed his activity with a specific view of artificial intelligence. His goal has been to contribute to the development of a vision of computational technology that helps humans, both directly and indirectly, to improve the quality of their lives: the computational system has to make an effort to understand humans rather than the other way round. Starting from a background in mathematics and computer science he has taken an interdisciplinary approach, studying in particular linguistics, cognitive science, and other humanities areas. With this view his research can be divided in four main themes.

A first theme, followed mainly from his specialization thesis (1976) to the beginning of the Nineties, in which he worked mainly on strict natural language processing issues. He developed the first ATN parser for Italian, with a good coverage of the language, then worked on an original, lexically-based view of chart parsing.  He then introduced the concept of bidirectional chart parsing, preserving the positive complexity characteristics of charts, but adding substantial flexibility to the algorithm.

A second theme, from the end of the Eighties on, was multimodal natural language processing. The idea was to develop a full paradigm of language based interaction, including syntactic, semantic, and pragmatic processing integrated with visual aspects and direct manipulation.  For access to information processing, the concept was also to integrate goal-oriented behavior, typical of language, with navigational modality. It was a concept well ahead of its time, as these issues have become popular nowadays with the web. Important in this context was also work on natural language generation, essential for providing personalized answers to the user. All this was made possible by working with a substantial team that he could recruit at IRST in Trento. The realization of the system AlFresco was the main context of development in this connection.

A third theme, with an applied orientation, linked to the above theme, started in the Nineties. The idea was that cultural heritage is potentially the greatest resource of Italy and other Mediterranean countries. It needs the support of technology and at the same time it is a privileged field for exploring advanced intelligent user interfaces. With this in mind the focus of his research went into mobile adaptive guides, with many innovative aspects, including presentation adaptation based on user modeling, automated cinematography, and visit report generation. More recently the emphasis was placed on visitors coming in a small group, with original aspects such as dramatic coordinated mobile presentations with feedback derived by sensors’ data about visitors behavior, and a technological table designed for influencing group behavior at the museum café after the visit, so that they could discuss the cultural experience. The most complex realizations were conducted in the PEACH project and in a collaborative project with the University of Haifa, including a realization at the Hecht archaeological museum.

The fourth theme started around 2000, and is concerned with novel aspects of interfaces. The idea is to get away from interfaces for operating machinery or interfaces for service, but instead conceive of a proactive role for them, such as influencing people's attitude, mood, and behavior. Basically this theme of research focuses on flexible persuasion technology, including: a) language based persuasion and automated creative production of some simple forms of wit and irony; and b) group oriented persuasion (like the café table setting and the mobile drama referred to above) and also investigation of the very important ethical issues involved in automated persuasion. The first European project ever on humor (HAHAcronym) was indicative of this effort, and the PerTe project has recently yielded results in several different areas such as language persuasion and defense from inappropriate persuasion, small group-oriented persuasion, interfaces for favoring sharing narratives in a situation of conflict, and explored computational ethics of persuasion. 

 

Research interests
Artificial Intelligence Natural Language Processing Intelligent User Interfaces cognitive technologies IT for Cultural Heritage Appreciation persuasion technology
Publications

Publication list of OLIVIERO STOCK

March 2016

 

 Books

L1) O. Stock (ed.) L'interazione uomo-computer Il Pensiero Scientifico, Roma, 1987

L2) R. Dale, E. Hovy, D. Roesner, O. Stock (eds.) Aspects of Natural Language Generation Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence n. 587, Springer Verlag, Berlin, 1992

L3) A. Ortony, J. Slack, O. Stock (eds.) Communication From an Artificial Intelligence Perspective: Theoretical and Applied Issues Nato ASI Series, Computer and Systems Sciences n.100, Springer Verlag, Berlin, 1992

L4) O. Stock (ed.) Intelligenza Artificiale: aree di ricerca, tendenze, prospettive Franco Angeli, Milano, 1994 L5) O. Stock (ed.) Spatial and Temporal Reasoning Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 1997

L6) P. Brusilovsky, O. Stock, C. Strapparava (eds.) Adaptive Hypermedia and Adaptive Web-Based Systems Lecture Notes in Computer Science n. 1892, Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2000

L7) Y. Castelfranchi, O. Stock Macchine come noi Laterza, Bari, 2000. Second edition: Laterza, Bari 2003. Translated into Spanish: Maquinas como Nosotros, El Desafio de la Inteligencia Artificial Acento Editorial, Madrid, 2002

L8) O. Stock, C. Strapparava and A. Nijholt (eds.) Proceedings of the Fools' Day Workshop on Computational Humor Twente Workshop on Language Technology 20, ISSN 0929-0672, Trento, 2002

L9) O. Stock, M. Zancanaro (eds.) Multimodal Intelligent Information Presentation Springer, Text Speech and Language Technology 27, Dordrecht, 2005

L10) M. Maybury, O. Stock, W. Wahlster (eds.) Intelligent Technologies for Interactive Entertainment LNAI 3814, Springer, Berlin, 2005

L11) O. Stock, M. Schaerf (eds.) Reasoning, Action and Interaction in AI Theories and Systems. Essays Dedicated to Luigia Carlucci Aiello LNAI Festschrift Volume 4155 of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science series, Springer, Berlin, 2006

L12) O. Stock, M. Zancanaro (eds.) PEACH: Intelligent Interfaces for Museum Visits Cognitive Technologies Series, Springer, Berlin-Heidelberg, ISBN: 978-3-540-68754-2, 2007

 

Editor (name inside volume) of proceedings of international conference or journal special issue

E1) M. Bates, O. Stock Proceedings of the Third Applied Natural Language Processing Conference (ANLP-92) ACL - Association for Computational Linguistics, Morristown, New Jersey, 1992

E2) N.O. Bernsen, O. Stock Proceedings of the International Workshop on Information Presentation and Natural Multimodal Dialogue Verona, 2001

E3) A. Nijholt, O. Stock, T. Nishida Proceedings of the Sixth Workshop on Social Intelligence Design Universiteit Twente, Wiskunde en Informatika, CTIT Workshop Proceedings Series WP07-02, ISSN 1574-0846, 2007

E4) S. Colton, R. Lopez de Mantaras and O. Stock Special Issue on Computational Creativity. AI Magazine Vol. 30, No 3, Fall 2009.

 

Peer-reviewed papers in international journal

RI-1) C. Castelfranchi, D. Parisi & O. Stock 'Natural Language Project'. ACM Sigart Newsletter, n.79, pp. 107-109, Association for Computing Machinery, New York, 1982

RI-2) O. Stock 'Parsing with Flexibility, Dynamic Strategies and Idioms in Mind' Computational Linguistics, Vol. 15, N. 2, pp. 1-18, MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass., 1989

RI-3) R. Caraceni & O. Stock 'Reversing a Lexically Based Parser for Generation'Applied Artificial Intelligence, An International Journal, Vol. 2, pp. 149-174, Hemisphere Publishing Co., Washington, D.C., 1988

RI-4) O. Stock, R. Falcone & P. Insinnamo 'Bidirectional charts: a potential technique for parsing spoken natural language' Computer Speech and Language, Vol. 3, pp.219-237,Academic Press, New York, 1989

RI-5) E. Franconi, B. Magnini & O. Stock ‘Primitive Descriptions and Prototypes in a Terminological Language’ Computers and Mathematics with Applications, An International Journal, Vol. 23, N.6-9, pp. 543-556, Pergamon Press, London, 1992

RI-6) G. Carenini, F. Pianesi, M.Ponzi, O. Stock 'Natural Language Generation and Hypertext Access' Applied Artificial Intelligence, An International Journal. Vol. 7, n. 2, pp. 135-164. Hemisphere Publishing Co., Washington, 1993

RI-7) G. Satta & O. Stock 'Bidirectional Context-Free Grammar Parsing for Natural Language Processing' Artificial Intelligence, 69, pp. 123-164. Elsevier Publishing Co, Amsterdam, 1994

RI-8) O. Stock and the NLP group. Video 'The AlFresco Interactive System' (see also CI-23). ACM SIGGRAPH Video Review, issue 89, Association for Computing Machinery, New York, 1993

RI-9) O. Stock 'Natural Language in Multimodal Human-Computer Interaction' IEEE Expert, Vol. 9, 2, pp. 40-44, IEEE, Los Alamitos, 1994

RI-10) O. Stock 'A Third Modality of Natural Language?' (revised version of CI-24) Artificial Intelligence Review, vol. 9, pp. 57-74, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 1995

RI-11) M. Zancanaro, O. Stock & C. Strapparava 'Multimodal Interaction for Information Access: Exploiting Cohesion', Computational Intelligence, vol 13, n.4, pp. , 1997

RI-12) O. Stock, C. Strapparava & M. Zancanaro 'Human-Computer Interaction through Natural Language and Hypermedia in AlFresco' ACM SIGCHI Newsletter, Vol. 28, n.3, Association for Computing Machinery, New York, 1996

RI-13) O. Stock, C. Strapparava & M. Zancanaro ‘Multimodal Information Exploration’ Journal of Educational Computing Research , Vol. 17, n..3, pp. 275-293, Baywood Publishing Co., Amityville, New York, 1997

RI-14) O. Stock, C. Strapparava and M. Zancanaro ‘Looking at AlFresco from the Reference Model Viewpoint’ Computer Standards and Interfaces, Vol. 18, pp. 631-637, Elsevier Science, Amsterdam, 1997

RI-15) O. Stock 'Password Swordfish: Verbal Humour in the Interface' Humor. International Journal of Humor Research. Vol 16, n.3. pp. 281-295. Mouton de Gruyter, New York, 2003. Print of revised version of [CI-35], paper for invited talk, in Proceedings of IWCH, International Workshop on Computational Humour, Enschede, 1996

RI-16) E. Not, D. Petrelli, M. Sarini, O. Stock, C. Strapparava, M. Zancanaro ‘Hypernavigation in the Physical Space: Adapting Presentations to the User and to the Situational Context’ The New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia, Vol. 4, pp. 33-45, Taylor Graham Publishing, London, 1998

RI-17) J. Gamper and O. Stock ‘Corpus-Based Terminology’ Terminology, Vol. 2, n.5, pp. 1-12, 1998/99

RI-18) B. Magnini, E. Not, O. Stock and C. Strapparava ‘Natural Language Processing for Transparent Communication Between Public Administration and Citizens’ Artificial Intelligence and Law, Volume 8, Issue 1, pp. 1-34, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 2000

RI-19) O. Stock ‘Natural Language Processing and Intelligent Interfaces’ in Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence, 28, pp. 39-41, 2000

RI-20) D. Petrelli, E. Not, M. Zancanaro, C. Strapparava and O. Stock 'Modelling and Adapting to Context'. The Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, Special Issue on Situated Interaction and Context-Aware Computing, 5(2001), pp. 20-24, 2001

RI-21) O. Stock ‘Language-Based Interfaces and Their Application for Cultural Tourism’ AI Magazine, Vol.22, n.1, 2001, pp. 85-97, American Association for Artificial Intelligence, Menlo Park, CA, 2001

R-22) O. Stock and C. Strapparava ‘HAHAcronym: Humorous Agents for Humorous Acronyms’ Humor. International Journal of Humor Research, Vol 16, n.3. pp. 297-314, Mouton de Gruyter, New York, 2003

RI-23) A. Valitutti, C. Strapparava, O. Stock ‘Developing Affective Lexical Resources’ Psychnology, (ISSN 1720-7525) Vol. 2, n.1, pp. 61-83, 2004

RI-24) I. Alfaro, M. Nardon, F. Pianesi, O. Stock, M. Zancanaro ‘Using Cinematic Techniques on Mobile Devices for Cultural Tourism’ Journal of Information Technology and Tourism, Vol. 7. n.2, 2004

RI-25) O. Stock and C. Strapparava ‘The Act of Creating Humorous Acronyms’ Applied Artificial Intelligence, An International Journal , Vol. 19, n.2, pp. 137-152, 2005

RI-26) C. Callaway, E. Not, A. Novello, C. Rocchi, O. Stock, M. Zancanaro ‘Automatic Cinematography and Multilingual NLG for Generating Video Documentaries’ Artificial Intelligence, Vol. 165. Issue 1, pp. 57-89, Elsevier Publishing Co., Amsterdam, June 2005

RI-27) M. Guerini, O. Stock, M. Zancanaro ‘A Taxonomy of Strategies for Multimodal Persuasive Message Generation’ Applied Artificial Intelligence, An International Journal , Vol. 21, n.2, 2007

RI-28) O. Stock and C. Strapparava ‘Automatic Production of Humorous Expressions for Catching the Attention and Remembering’ IEEE Intelligent Systems, Vol 21, n.2 , pp. 27-30, March/April 2006

RI-29) M. Maybury, O. Stock and W. Wahlster ‘Intelligent Interactive Entertainment Grand Challenges’ IEEE Intelligent Systems, Vol 21, n.5, pp.14-18, September/October 2006

RI-30) M. Gori and O. Stock ‘Artificial Intelligence and Entertainment’ in Special Issue of Intelligenza Artificiale Rivista dell'Associazione Italiana per l'Intelligenza Artificiale on the occasion of the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Dartmouth Conference. Vol. 3, n. 1-2, 2006

RI-31) O. Stock, M. Zancanaro, P. Busetta, C. Callaway, A. Krüger, M. Kruppa, T. Kuflik, E. Not and C. Rocchi ‘Adaptive, Intelligent Presentation of Information for the Museum Visitor in PEACH’ User Modelling and User-Adapted Interaction, Vol 17, n.3, pp. 257-304, 2007. This paper has received the James Chen Award for the Best Paper published in 2007 in UMUAI

RI-32) O. Stock, C. Strapparava and A. Valitutti ‘Ironic Expressions and Moving Words’ International Journal of Pattern Recognition and Artificial Intelligence (IJPRAI ), Vol. 22, n. 5, pp. 1045-1057, 2008

RI-33) M. Guerini, C. Strapparava and O. Stock ‘CORPS: A Corpus of Tagged Political Speeches for Persuasive Communication Processing’ Journal of Information Technology & Politics, Vol 5, n.1, pp.19-32, 2008

RI-34) O. Stock, M. Zancanaro, C. Rocchi, D. Tomasini, C. Koren, Z. Eisikovits, D. Goren-Bar and P.L.(T.) Weiss ‘The Design of a Collaborative Interface for Narration to Support Reconciliation in a Conflict’. AI and Society, the Journal of Human-Centred Systems, Vol. 24, n.1, pp. 51- , Springer, 2009

RI-35) E. Gal, N. Bauminger, D. Goren-Bar, F. Pianesi, O. Stock, M. Zancanaro and P.L.(T.) Weiss ‘Enhancing social communication of children with high functioning autism through a co-located interface’. AI and Society, the Journal of Human-Centred Systems, Vol. 24, n.1, pp. 75- , Springer, 2009

RI-36) O. Stock, M. Zancanaro, F. Pianesi, D. Tomasini, C. Rocchi ‘Formative Evaluation of a Tabletop Display Meant to Orient Casual Conversation’ Knowledge, Technology & Policy, Special Issue on Interaction Design in Italy, Vol. 22, n. 1, pp. 17-23, Springer, 2009

RI-37) O. Stock and M. Zancanaro ‘Technology for Fostering Cultural Conversation at the Museum Café’ Kuenstliche Intelligenz, 4/2009, pp. 12-18, Boettcher Verlag, Bremen, 2009

RI-38) J. Kupersmitt, R. Yifat, E. Gal, N. Bauminger, O. Stock, M. Zancanaro, F. Pianesi, and P.L.(T.) Weiss ‘Joint construction of stories by high functioning children with autism: Using a technological setting’ International Journal of Child and Adolescent Health , Vol. 3, n. 4, 2010

RI-39) M. Guerini & O. Stock ‘Intelligent Persuasive Technologies: Prospects for Tourism’ Journal of Information Technology and Tourism, Vol. 12, n.3, pp. 107-123, 2010

RI-40) T. Kuflik, O. Stock, M. Zancanaro, A. Gorfinkel, S. Jbara, S. Kats, J. Sheidin & N. Kashtan ‘A Visitor’s Guide in an “Active Museum”: Presentations, Communications, and Reflection’ Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage of the ACM, Vol. 3, n. 3, 2011

RI-41) T. Kuflik, P. Soffer, I. Reinhartz-Berger, S. Jbara & O. Stock ‘Generic Framework for Context-Aware Communication Services in Visitor Guides’ Journal of Software Engineering and Applications, Vol.4, n. 4, pp. 268-281, 2011

RI-42) J. Lanir, T. Kuflik, O. Stock and M. Zancanaro ‘Examining pro-activeness and choice in a location-aware mobile museum guide’. Interacting with Computers, Vol . 23, n. 5, pp. 513-524, September 2011

RI-43) C. Callaway, O. Stock, E. Dekoven, K. Noy, Y. Citron & Y. Dobrin ‘Drama and Narrative Variation as a Means to Induce Group Conversation at the Museum’ New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia  Vol..18, n. 1-2, pp. 37-61, 2012

RI-44) M. Zancanaro, O. Stock, Z. Eisikovits, C. Koren & P. L. Weiss ‘Co-narrating a conflict: An interactive tabletop to facilitate attitudinal shifts’ Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI) of the Association for Computational Machinery, Vol. 19, n.3, pp. 24:1-30, 2012

RI-45)  J. Lanir, T. Kuflik, O. Stock, E. Dim & A. Wecker  ‘The influence of a location-aware mobile guide on museum visitors' behavior’ Interacting with Computers, February 2013,  pp.1-18, 2013

RI-46) C. Callaway, O. Stock & E. Dekoven ‘Experiments with mobile drama in an instrumented museum for inducing conversation in small groups’ ACM Transactions on Intelligent Information Systems, Vol 4. n. 1, pp. 2:1-39, 2014.

RI-47) C. Callaway & O. Stock ‘Group-Based Museum Audio Dramas for Well-Being’ EAI endorsed Transactions on Ambient Systems, Vol. 14, n. 3, 2014.

RI-48) L. Gatti, M. Guerini, O. Stock & C. Strapparava ‘Mocking Ads Through Mobile Web Services’ first published online : 25 June 2014, DOI: 10.1111/coin.12042,  Computational Intelligence, 2014

RI-49) H. Werthner, A. Alzua-Sorzabal, L. Cantoni, A. Dickinger, U. Gretzel, D. Jannach, J. Neidhardt, B. Pröll, F. Ricci, M. Scaglione, B. Stangl, O. Stock, M. Zanker ‘Future Research Issues in IT and Tourism’ Journal of Information Technology and Tourism  Vol.15, n.1, pp. 1-15, 2015

RI-50) T. Kuflik, A. Wecker, J. Lanir & O. Stock ‘An Integrative Framework for Extending the Boundaries of the Museum Visit Experience: Linking the Pre, During and Post Visit Phases’ Journal of Information Technology and Tourism  Vol.15, n.1, pp. 17-47, 2015

RI-51) G. Schiavo,  A. Cappelletti, E. Mencarini, O. Stock & M. Zancanaro ‘Influencing Participation in Group Brainstorming through Ambient Intelligence’ accepted for publication on International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction (55 pages), 2015

 

Peer-reviewed papers in international book

LI-1) C. Castelfranchi, D. Parisi & O. Stock 'A lexicon based approach to sentence understanding'. In R.Trappl (ed.) Cybernetics and Systems Research. pp.863-868 North-Holland, Amsterdam, 1982

LI-2) O. Stock, C. Castelfranchi & D. Parisi 'Toward a Flexible and Extendable Mechanism for Natural Language Understanding'. In A.Cappelli (ed.) Research in Natural Language Processing in Italy (1981), pp. 59-70, Giardini, Pisa. Also in Linguistica Computazionale, 1, n.2, 1983

LI-3) C. Castelfranchi, D.Parisi & O. Stock 'Knowledge Representation and Natural Language: Extending the Expressive Power of Propositional Nodes'. In G.Guida & B.Bara (eds.) Computational Models of Natural Language Processing, pp. 59-89, North Holland, Amsterdam, 1984

LI-4) C. Castelfranchi & O. Stock 'Concept-class-prototype: unum an trinum?' In R. Trappl (ed.) Cybernetics and Systems, pp. 793-798, Reidel Publishing Co., Amsterdam, 1986

LI-5) O. Stock 'Dynamic Unification in Lexically Based Parsing' Advances in Artificial Intelligence II. B. Du Boulay, D. Hogg & L. Steels Eds., pp 449-458, Elsevier Science Publishers, North Holland, Amsterdam, 1987 Also in Proceedings of the 7th European Conference on Artificial Intelligence, ECAI-86, pp.212-221, Brighton, 1986

LI-6) O. Stock, G. Carenini, M. Ponzi & V. Samek 'Some New Perspectives in Information Access and Interface Design' "Modelling the Innovation: Communications, Automation and Information Systems” Papers from the IFIP TC 7 Conference, M. Carnevale, M. Lucertini, S. Nicosia (eds.), pp. 283-290, North Holland-Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1990

LI-7) A. Giorgi, A. Lavelli, F. Pianesi, G. Satta & O. Stock ‘Drei parser fur eine Sprache’ ‘Tre parser per una lingua’ in italiano in Romanistische Computerlinguistik, Theorien und Implementationen, J. Rolshoven & D. Selbach eds., pp. 77- 104, Max Niemeier Verlag, Tuebingen, 1991

LI-8) O. Stock, A. Ortony, J. Slack 'Building Castles in the Air: Some Theoretical and Computational Issues in Idiom Understanding' in C. Cacciari and P.Tabossi (eds.) Idioms. Processing, Structure and Interpretation. Lawrence Erlbaum Publishing Co., Hillsdale, 1993

LI-9) O. Stock '"Natural" Natural Language-Based Human-Computer Interaction' in G. Heyer and H. Haugeneder (eds.) Language Engineering. Essays in Theory and Practice of Applied Natural Language Computing, pp 231-238 Vieweg Verlag, Wiesbaden,1995

LI-10) O. Stock 'Steps Toward Hypergeneration' in R. Dale, E. Hovy, D. Roesner and O. Stock (eds.) Aspects of Natural Language Generation pp. 287-289, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer Verlag , Berlin, 1992

LI-11) A. Ortony, J. Slack, O. Stock 'Cognitive Science, Artificial Intelligence and Communication ' in A. Ortony, J. Slack, O. Stock (eds.) Communication From An Artificial Intelligence Perspective: Theoretical and Applied Issues, Nato ASI Series, Computer and Systems Sciences n.100, Springer Verlag, Berlin, 1992

LI-12) O. Stock and the NLP Group 'AlFresco: Enjoying the Combination of NLP and Hypermedia for Information Exploration' in M. Maybury (ed.) Intelligent Multimedia Interfaces, AAAI Press, Menlo Park, Ca., 1993

LI-13) O. Stock, C. Strapparava, M. Zancanaro 'Explorations in an Environment for Natural Language Multimodal Information Access' in M. Maybury (ed.) Intelligent Multimodal Information Retrieval. AAAI Press, Menlo Park, Ca./MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass., 1997

LI-14) E. Not, D. Petrelli, O. Stock, C. Strapparava, M. Zancanaro ‘Person-Oriented Guided Visits in a Physical Museum’ in D. Bearman and J. Trant (eds.) Museum Interactive Multimedia 1997. Cultural Heritage Systems Design and Interfaces. Archives and Museum Informatics, Pittsburgh , Penn,., 1997. Also in Proceedings of ICHM 97, Fourth International Conference on Hypermedia and Interactivity in Museums. Le Louvre, Paris, 1997

LI-15) O. Stock ‘Reflections on Natural Language and Exploration of an Information Space: the AlFresco Interactive System’ in combination with the re-printing of CI-22 (‘Natural Language and Exploration of an Information Space: the AlFresco Interactive System’) in M. Maybury and W. Wahlster (eds.) Readings in Intelligent User Interfaces. Morgan- Kaufmann Press, 1998

LI-16) M. T. Maybury and O. Stock Multimedia Communication, Including Text. Chapter 9 of Multilingual Information Management: Current Levels and Future Abilities. A study commissioned by the US National Science Foundation and also delivered to European Commission Language Engineering Office and the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~ref/mlim/. Also in Linguistica Computazionale, Vol.XIV-XV, April 1999

LI-17) M. Maybury, O. Stock, W. Wahlster 'Intelligent Multimedia Communication' Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 1513, pp. 1-11, Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, 1998

LI-18) O. Stock ‘Intelligent Interfaces for the Tourist’. Keynote Address in D. Feisenmaier, S. Klein, D Buhalis (eds.) Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism 2000. pp. 1-14. Springer, Vienna, New York. 2000

LI-19) O. Stock, C. Strapparava, M. Zancanaro 'Augmenting and Executing SharedPlans for Multimodal Communication' In H. Bunt, R. J. Beun (eds.) Cooperative Multimodal Communication. pp. 89-112. Springer, LNAI 2155, Berlin, 2001

LI-20) O. Stock, M. Zancanaro, E.Not ‘Intelligent Interactive Information Presentation for Cultural Tourism’ in O. Stock, M. Zancanaro (eds.) Multimodal Intelligent Information Presentation. Springer, Dordrecht, 2005

LI-21) O. Stock, H. Werthner, M. Zancanaro ‘Futuring Travel Destination Recommendation Systems’ In D.R. Fesenmaier, H. Werthner and K.W. Woeber (eds.) Destination Recommendation Systems, pp. 297-314, CABI Publishing, Oxon, 2006

LI-22) O. Stock, M. Guerini and M. Zancanaro ‘Interface Design and Persuasive Intelligent User Interfaces’ In S. Bagnara and G. Crampton Smith (eds.) The Foundations of Interaction Design, pp. 193-207, Lawrence Erlbaum Publishing Co., Hillsdale, 2006

LI-23) O. Stock and C. Strapparava ‘Computational Humor and Prospects for Advertising’ in A. Bundy (ed.) Rob Milne: A Tribute to a Pioneering AI Scientist, Entrepreneur and Mountaineer, IOS Press, 2006

LI-24) C. Rocchi, I. Graziola, D. Goren-Bar, O. Stock and M. Zancanaro ‘Adaptive Multimedia Guide’, in L12) Springer, 2007

LI-25) R. Brunelli, A. Albertini C.Andreatta, P. Chippendale, M. Ruocco, O. Stock, F. Tobia, M. Zancanaro ‘Detecting Focus of Attention’, in L12) Springer, 2007

LI-26) C. Callaway, E. Not, C. Rocchi, O. Stock and M. Zancanaro ‘Cinematographic Techniques for Automatic Documentary-Like Presentations’, in L12) Springer, 2007

LI-27) C. Callaway, E. Not and O. Stock ‘Report Generation for Post-Visit Summaries in Museum Environments’, in L12) Springer, 2007

LI-28) F. Pianesi, O. Stock, M. Zancanaro, P. Venuti, A. Cappelletti, G. Iandolo, M. Prete and F. Rossi ‘Children and Museums: an Environment for Collaborative Storytelling’, in L12) Springer, 2007

LI-29) O. Stock, A. Krueger, T. Kuflik and M. Zancanaro ‘Intelligent Interfaces for Groups in the Museum’, in L12) Springer, 2007

LI-30) O. Stock, T. Kuflik, M. Zancanaro, D. Goren-Bar, A.Gorfinkel, S. Jbara, S. Kats, J. Sheidin & N. Kashtan ‘Design and Evaluation of a Visitor Guide in an Active Museum’. Accepted for publication in N. Dershowitz and E. Nissan (eds.) Language, Culture, Computation: Essays in Honour of Yaacov Choueka. LNAI Festschrift Volume of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science series, Springer, Berlin

LI-31) O. Stock & C. Strapparava ‘Automatic Generation of Ironic Variation of Familiar Expressions’. Accepted for publication in N. Dershowitz and E. Nissan (eds.) Language, Culture, Computation: Essays in Honour of Yaacov Choueka. LNAI Festschrift Volume of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science series, Springer, Berlin

LI-32) M. Guerini, C. Strapparava, and O. Stock ‘Audience Reactions for Information Extraction About Persuasive Language in Political Communication’, Accepted for publication in M. Maybury (ed.) Multimedia Information Extraction, IEEE Computer Society Press

LI-33) O. Stock and M. Zancanaro ‘Personalized Active Cultural Heritage: the PEACH Experience’ in E. Blanchard and D. Allard (eds.) Handbook of Research on Culturally-Aware Information Technology: Perspectives and Models, pp. 446- 464, IGI Global Press, Hershey, PA, 2010

LI-34) C. Strapparava, O. Stock & R. Mihalcea ‘Computational Humor’ in P. Petta, C. Pelachaud, R. Cowie (eds.) Emotion-Oriented Systems, Cognitive Technologies, Springer, Berlin, 2011

LI-35) M. Guerini, O. Stock, M. Zancanaro, D.J. O’Keefe, I. Mazzotta, F. de Rosis, I. Poggi, M. Y. Lim, R. Aylett ‘Approaches to Verbal Persuasion in Intelligent User Interfaces’ in P. Petta, C. Pelachaud, R. Cowie (eds.) Emotion- Oriented Systems, pp. 559-584, Cognitive Technologies, Springer, Berlin, 2011

LI-36) O. Stock & M. Guerini ‘Investigating Ethical Issues for Persuasive Systems’ In F. Paglieri, L. Tummolini, R. Falcone & M. Miceli (Eds.), The Goals of Cognition. Essays in honor of Cristiano Castelfranchi. College Publications, London, 2013.

 

Peer-reviewed papers in proceedings of international conference

CI-1) A. Cappelli, G. Ferrari, L. Moretti, I. Prodanof & O. Stock 'A Syntactic Parser for Italian Texts'. Extended abstract in Proceedings of the Fifth International Congress of Applied Linguistics, Montreal, 1978

CI-2) A. Cappelli, G. Ferrari, L. Moretti, I. Prodanof & O. Stock 'An ATN Parser for Italian: Some Experiments'. Extended abstract in Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Computational Linguistics, COLING 78, Bergen, 1978

CI-3) A. Cappelli, G. Ferrari, L. Moretti, I. Prodanof & O. Stock 'Automatic Analysis of Italian'. Proceedings of the Fourth Conference of the Society for Study of Artificial Intelligence and Simulation of Behaviour, pp. 55-60, Amsterdam, 1980

CI-4) G. Ferrari & O. Stock 'Strategy Selection For An ATN Syntactic Parser'. Proceedings of the Eighteenth Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics, pp. 113-115, Philadelphia, 1980

CI-5) C. Castelfranchi, D. Parisi & O. Stock "Free" Order Languages. An Experimental Lexicon-Based Parser. Proceedings of the Ninth Conference on Computational Linguistics. COLING 82 abstracts, pp.65-68, Praha, 1982

CI-6) C. Castelfranchi, D. Parisi & O. Stock 'Non-determinism and Idiom Recognition in a Lexicon Based Syntactic Parser for Italian'. Proceedings of the Fifth European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (short papers), pp.25-26, Orsay, 1982

CI-7) O. Stock, C. Castelfranchi & D. Parisi 'WEDNESDAY: Parsing Flexible Word Order Languages'. Proceedings of the 1st Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics, European Chapter, pp.106-110, Pisa, 1983

CI-8) O. Stock 'Parsing Flexible languages with a view to recognizing continuous speech' Proceedings of the International Workshop on Recent Advances and Applications of Speech Recognition. pp. 127-136, Roma, 1986

CI-9) O. Stock 'Coping with dynamic syntactic strategies: an experimental environment for an experimental parser' Proceedings of the Third Conference of the Association for Computational Linguistics, European Chapter, pp. 234-240, Copenhagen, 1987

CI-10 L. Aiello & O. Stock `Why the present generation of knowledge representation tools will fail` Abstract in Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, Honolulu, 1987

CI-11) O. Stock 'Getting idioms into a lexicon based parser's head' Proceedings of the 25th Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics, pp. 52-58, Stanford, California, 1987

CI-12) O. Stock, R. Falcone & P. Insinnamo 'Island parsing and bidirectional charts' Proceedings ofthe 12th International Conference on Computational Linguistics, COLING 88, pp. 636-641, Budapest, 1988

CI-13) C. Castelfranchi, D. D'Aloisi, O. Stock & A. Tuozzi 'Propositions in a hybrid knowledge representation system' Artificial Intelligence: Methodologies, Systems and Applications Proceedings of the Third International Conference. pp. 121-127, T. O'Shea & V. Sgurev (eds). Elsevier Pub. North Holland, Amsterdam, 1988

CI-14) D. D'Aloisi, O. Stock & A. Tuozzi 'An implementation of the propositional part of KRAPFEN, a hybrid knowledge representation system' in Z.W.Ras & L.Saitta (eds.) Methodologies for Intelligent Systems 3. Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Methodologies for Intelligent Systems, pp. 200-209, Elsevier Pub., North Holland, Amsterdam, 1988

CI-15) G. Satta & O. Stock 'Formal properties and implementation of bidirectional charts' Proceedings of IJCAI 89, the Eleventh International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, pp. 1480-1485, Detroit, 1989

CI-16) G. Satta & O. Stock 'Head-Driven Bidirectional Parsing: A Tabular Method' Proceedings of the International Workshop on Parsing Technologies, pp. 43-51, School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, 1989

CI-17) O. Stock, M. Ponzi & V. Samek 'Multimodality, intelligent agents and information access' Proceedings of the IJCAI Workshop 'A New Generation of Intelligent Interfaces', pp. 130-134, Detroit,1989

CI-18) O. Stock & A. Lavelli 'Natural Language Access to Knowledge: a prototype and a prospect for the field of law' Proceedings of the Third Conference on Legal Expert Systems', pp. 723-740, Firenze, 1989

CI-19) A. Lavelli & O. Stock 'When Something is Missing: Ellipsis, Coordination and the Chart' Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Computational Linguistics, COLING 90, pp. 184-189, Helsinki 1990

CI-20) G. Carenini, M. Ponzi & O. Stock ‘Combining Natural Language and Hypermedia as New Means for Information Access’ Proceedings of the Fifth European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics, pp. 315-324, Urbino 1990

CI-21) G. Satta & O. Stock “A Tabular Method for Island-Driven Context Free Languages Parsing’ in Proceedings of AAAI-91, Ninth Conference of the American Association For Artificial Intelligence , pp. 143-148, Anaheim,1991

CI-22) O. Stock ‘Natural Language and Exploration of an Information Space: the AlFresco Interactive System’ in Proceedings of IJCAI 91, the Twelfth International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, pp. 972-978, Sydney, 1991

CI-23) O. Stock and the NLP group 'The AlFresco Interactive System' Video selected and published, together with a written description, in Video Proceedings of the Twelfth IJCAI, Morgan Kaufman Pu. Co., Palo Alto, 1991

CI-24) O. Stock 'A Third Modality of Natural Language?' Invited paper, Proceedings of ECAI-92, Tenth European Conference on Artificial Intelligence, pp. 853-862, Vienna, John Wiley and Sons, London, 1992

CI-25) O. Stock ' Generation and Hypertexts Combined' Invited paper, Proceedings of the Esprit Samos Workshop on Task-Based Explanation. Research Laboratory of Samos, University of the Aegean, Samos, 1992

CI-26) M. Zancanaro, O. Stock & C. Strapparava 'Dialogue Cohesion Sharing and Adjusting in a Multimodal Interactive Environment' in Proceedings of IJCAI 93, the Thirteenth International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, pp. 1230-1236, Chambery ,1993

CI-27) O. Stock & C. Strapparava 'NL-based Interaction in a Multimodal Environment' Invited paper in Proceedings of TWLT 5, the Twente Workshop on Language Technology, Enschede, 1993

CI-28) M. Zancanaro, O. Stock & C. Strapparava 'To the Rescue of The Lost Explorer: Steps Toward Overcoming the Problems of Information Access Dialogues' Proceedings of the American Association for Artificial Intelligence 1994 Spring Symposium,Stanford, Ca.. Published as Intelligent Multi-Media Multi-Modal Systems, AAAI Press, Menlo Park, Ca. 1994

CI-29) O. Stock, C. Strapparava & M. Zancanaro 'Multimodal Navigation in an Information Space' Proceedings of the Seventh European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics, St. Augustin, 1994

CI-30) E. Not & O. Stock 'Automatic Generation of Instructions for Citizens in a Multilingual Community', Proceedings of the Language Engineering Convention. Published by the European Network in Language and Speech, Paris, 1994

CI-31) O. Stock, C. Strapparava & M. Zancanaro 'Explorations in a Natural Language Multimodal Information Access Environment' Proceedings of IJCAI-95 Workshop on Intelligent Multimedia Information Retrieval, pp. 105-111, Montreal, 1995

CI-32) O. Stock 'The Role of Natural Language in the Exploration of an Information Space.' Digest of the Colloquium on Grounding Representations; Integration of Sensory Information in Natural Language Processing, Artificial Intelligence and Neural Networks, (1995/103), Institution of Electrical Engineers, Savoy Place, London, 1995

CI-33) O. Stock 'Flexible Bidirectional Parsing' Summary of the invited talk, in Proceedings of AMLAP-96, Conference on Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing, Torino, 1996

CI-34) Angelini B., Cettolo M., Corazza A., Falavigna D., Lavelli A., Lazzari G., Pianesi F., Stock O. ‘Preliminary Results of the C-STAR Project at IRST’ C-Star II 96: Proceedings ATR International Workshop in Speech Translation, Kyoto, Japan, 1996

CI-35) O. Stock 'Password Swordfish: Verbal Humour in the Interface' Proceedings of IWCH, International Workshop on Computational Humour, Enschede, 1996

CI-36) E. Not, D. Petrelli, O. Stock, C. Strapparava, M. Zancanaro ‘Augmented Space: Bringing the Physical Dimension into Play’ Proceedings of the Adaptive Hypertext Workshop - Eighth ACM Hypertext Conference, Hypertext 97. Southampton, 1997

CI-37) O.Stock, C. Strapparava, M. Zancanaro ‘User Models in a Natural Language Dialogue System for Information Access’ Proceedings of the Embedding User Models in Intelligent Applications Workshop. UM-97, Sixth International Conference on User Modelling, Chia Laguna 1997

CI-38) M. Zancanaro, O. Stock. & C. Strapparava 'A Discussion on Augmenting and Executing Sharedplans for Multimodal Communication' Proceedings of the American Association for Artificial Intelligence Fall Symposium on Communicative Action in Humans and Machines, Boston, 1997

CI-39) O. Stock ‘Multimodal Communication With and Without Agenthood’ Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Cooperative Multimodal Communication, Tilburg, 1998

CI-40) E. Not, D. Petrelli, M. Sarini, O. Stock, C. Strapparava, M. Zancanaro: 'Hyperaudio: Location-Awareness + Adaptivity' in Proceedings of CHI-99, Pittsburgh, 1999

CI-41) O. Stock ‘Was the Title of this Talk Generated Automatically? Prospects on Intelligent Interfaces and Language’ Invited talk in Proceedings of IJCAI 99, the Sixteenth International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, pp. 1412- 1419. Stockholm, 1999.

CI-42) E. Not, D. Petrelli, O. Stock, C. Strapparava, M. Zancanaro ‘The Environment as a Medium:: Location-Aware Generation for Cultural Visitors’. Proceedings of the Workshop "Coherence in Generated Multimedia" held in conjunction with at INLG-2000, the First International Natural Language Generation. Conference, Mitzpeh Ramon, Israel, 2000.

CI-43) O. Stock 'Language-Based Interfaces and their Application for Cultural Tourism'. Abstract of the invited talk. Abstracts of the Seventh Bar-Ilan Symposium on Foundations of Artificial Intelligence (BISFAI '01). Ramat Gan, Israel, 2001.

CI-44) O. Stock, C. Strapparava 'Humorous Agent for Humorous Acronyms: The HAHAcronym Project'. Proceedings of the Fools' Day Workshop on Computational Humor, Twente Workshop on Language Technology 20, ISSN 0929-0672, Trento, 2002

CI-45) O. Stock 'Computational Humor' Invited talk in S. Cerri (ed.) Proceedings of ITS-2002 Sixth International Conference on Intelligent Tutoring Systems, San Sebastian, Biarritz, LNCS series, Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2002

CI-46) O. Stock, M. Zancanaro 'Intelligent Interactive Information Presentation for Cultural Tourism'. Invited talk. In Proceedings of the International Workshop on Natural, Intelligent and Effective Interaction in Multimodal Dialogue Systems. Copenhagen, 2002

CI-47) O. Stock, C. Strapparava ‘An Experiment in Automated Humorous Output Production’ Proceedings of IUI-2003, International Conference of Intelligent User Interfaces, Miami, 2003

CI-48) A. Nijholt, O. Stock, A. Dix, J. Morkes ‘Humor Modeling in the Interface’ in Proceedings of CHI-2003, International Conference on Computer-Human Interaction, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 2003

CI-49) M. Zancanaro, O. Stock, I. Alfaro ‘Using Cinematic Techniques in a Multimedia Museum Guide’ in Proceedings of MW2003, Museums and the Web Conference 2003, Charlotte, NC, 2003

CI-50) O. Stock C. Strapparava ‘Computational Humor and Prospects for Advertisements’ Proceedings of the ACM CHI 2003 Workshop on Humor Modeling in the Interface, Fort Lauderdale, 2003

CI-51) O. Stock, C. Strapparava ‘Getting Serious with the Development of Computational Humor’ Proceedings of IJCAI- 03, the Eighteenth International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, pp. 59-64, Acapulco, 2003.

CI-52) M. Zancanaro, O. Stock and I. Alfaro ‘Mobile Cinematic Presentations in a Museum Guide’ Proceedings of MLEARN 2003- Learning with Mobile Devices Conference, pp. 76-77, 2003.

CI-53) M. Guerini, O. Stock and M. Zancanaro ‘Toward Intelligent Persuasive Interfaces’ Proc. of the IJCAI 2003 Workshop on Natural Argumentation, Acapulco, 2003.

CI-54) M. Zancanaro, O. Stock and I. Alfaro, ‘Cinematic Techniques for Mobile Presentations’ in L. Chittaro (ed.) Human-Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services. Proceedings of 5th International Symposium, Mobile HCI 2003, 384-389, Springer Verlag LNCS, Berlin, 2003.

CI-55) C. Rocchi, O. Stock and M. Zancanaro ‘Semantic-based Multimedia Representations for the Museum Experience’ Proceedings of the Workshop HCI on Mobile Guides, held in conjunction with Mobile HCI 2003, Udine, 2003.

CI-56) A. Krueger, M. Kruppa, C. Rocchi, O. Stock, M. Zancanaro ‘Seamless Personalized TV-like Presentations on Mobile and Stationary Devices in a Museum’, Proc. ICHIM-2003, Louvre, Paris, 2003.

CI-57) M. Zancanaro, O Stock and A. Cappelletti ‘StoryTable: Computer Supported Collaborative Storytelling’ in Proceedings of UIST 2003, Vancouver, 2003.

CI-58) I. Alfaro, M. Nardon, F. Pianesi, O. Stock, and M. Zancanaro "Using Cinematic Techniques on Mobile Devices for Cultural Tourism", . Published in Frew, Andrew J. (ed.), Proceedings of the International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism 2004, pp. 39-48, Cairo, 2004.

CI-59) C. Rocchi, O. Stock, M. Zancanaro, M. Kruppa, A. Krueger ‘The Museum Visit: Generating Seamless Personalized Presentations on Multiple Devices’ Proceedings of IUI-2004, International Conference of Intelligent User Interfaces, Madeira, 2004

CI-60) O. Stock and C. Strapparava ‘Resources for “Computational On-line Meditative Intelligence for Computers”’ Proceedings LREC Workshop on Language Resources for Linguistic Creativity, Lisbon, 2004.

CI-61) M. Guerini, O. Stock and M. Zancanaro ‘Persuasive Strategies and Rhetorical Relation Selection’ Proc. of the ECAI 2004 Workshop on Natural Argumentation, Valencia, 2004.

CI-62) C. Callaway, T. Kuflik, E. Not, A. Novello, O. Stock and M. Zancanaro ‘Personal Reporting of a Museum Visit as an Entrypoint to Future Cultural Experience’, Proceedings of IUI-2005, International Conference of Intelligent User Interfaces, San Diego, 2005

CI-63) A. Albertini, R. Brunelli, O. Stock, M. Zancanaro ‘Communicating User’s Attention by Image Processing as Input for a Mobile Museum Guide’, Proceedings of IUI-2005, International Conference of Intelligent User Interfaces, San Diego, 2005

CI-64) O. Stock, C. Rocchi, M. Zancanaro, T. Kuflik ‘Discussing Groups in a Mobile Technology Environment’. Proceedings of the Second Workshop on Multi-User and Ubiquitous User Interfaces, IUI-2005, San Diego, 2005 and Proceedings of the CHI Workshop The Virtuality Continuum Revisited (Multi-party Interaction), Portland, 2005

CI-65) D. Goren-Bar, I. Graziola, F. Pianesi, C. Rocchi, O. Stock, M. Zancanaro ‘I like it - An affective Interface for Multimodal Museum Guide’ Proceedings of the IUI Workshop on Affective Interactions, IUI-2005, San Diego, 2005.

CI-66) T. Kuflik, C. Callaway, D. Goren-Bar, C. Rocchi, O.Stock and M. Zancanaro ‘Non-Intrusive User Modeling for a Multimedia Museum Visitors Guide System’ Proceedings of UM 2005, Tenth International Conference on User Modeling. Edinburgh, 2005.

CI-67) D. Goren-Bar, I. Graziola, F. Pianesi, C. Rocchi, O. Stock, and M. Zancanaro ’I like it – Affective Control of Information Flow in a Personalized Mobile Museum Guide’ Proceedings of the CHI Workshop on Innovative Approaches to Evaluating Affective Interfaces, Portland, 2005.

CI-68) M. Guerini & O. Stock ‘Toward ethical persuasive agents’ Proceedings of CMNA-5, 5th Workshop on Computational Models of Natural Argument, IJCAI-2005, Edinburgh, 2005.

CI-69) O. Stock & C. Strapparava ‘HAHAcronym: a Computational Humor System’ Proceedings of ACL-2005, Demo section, 2005.

CI-70) M. Guerini, O. Stock & M. Zancanaro ‘Computational Modelling of Persuasive Communication’ Book of Abstracts of the 9th International Pragmatics Conference, International Pragmatics Association, Riva del Garda, 2005.

CI-71) A.Valitutti C.Strapparava & O. Stock ‘Lexical Resources and Semantic Similarity for Affective Evaluative Expressions Generation’ in J. Tao, T. Tan, R. Picard (eds) Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction Proceedings of ACII-2005 - First International Conference on Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction, Beijing, LNCS 3784, Springer, 2005

CI-72) D. Goren-Bar, I. Graziola, C. Rocchi, F. Pianesi, O. Stock & M. Zancanaro ‘Designing and Redesigning an Affective Interface for an Adaptive Museum Guide’ in J. Tao, T. Tan, R. Picard (eds) Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction Proceedings of ACII-2005 - First International Conference on Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction, Beijing, LNCS 3784, Springer, 2005

CI-73) T. Kuflik, A. Albertini, P. Busetta, C. Rocchi, O. Stock, and M. Zancanaro ‘An Agent-Based Architecture for Museum Visitors' Guide Systems’ Proceedings of ENTER-2006, Lausanne, 2006

CI-74) E. Gal, D. Goren-Bar, E. Gazit, N. Bauminger, A. Cappelletti, F. Pianesi, O. Stock, M. Zancanaro, P. Weiss ‘Enhancing social communication through story-telling among high-functioning children with autism’, in Proc. of INTETAIN 05, Springer LNAI 3814, demo papers section, Madonna di Campiglio, 2005

CI-75) I. Graziola C. Rocchi, D. Goren-Bar, F. Pianesi, O. Stock and M. Zancanaro ‘Delegation Based Multimedia Mobile Guide’. Proc. of INTETAIN 05, Springer LNAI 3814, demo papers section, Madonna di Campiglio, 2005

CI-76) O. Stock & C. Strapparava ‘Automatic Creation of Humorous Acronyms’ in Proc. of INTETAIN 05, Springer LNAI 3814, demo papers section, Madonna di Campiglio, 2005

CI-77) C. Strapparava, A. Valitutti and O. Stock ‘The Affective Weight of Lexicon’ Proc. of LREC-2006, Fifth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation, Genova, 2006

CI-78) O. Stock & C. Strapparava ‘Laughing with HAHAcronym, a Computational Humor System’ AAAI Nectar Papers, Proceedings of the Twenty-First National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-06), Boston, Mass., 2006

CI-79) S. Katz, Y. Kahanov, N. Kashtan, T. Kuflik, I. Graziola, C. Rocchi, O. Stock and M. Zancanaro ‘Preparing Personalized Multimedia Presentations for a Mobile Museum Visitors Guide - a Methodological Approach’, in J. Trant and D. Bearman (eds.). Proc. of Museums and the Web 2006, Toronto: Archives & Museum Informatics, 2006

CI-80) C. Strapparava, A. Valitutti and O. Stock ‘Dances with Words’ in Proc. of IJCAI-2007, the Twentieth International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Hyderabad, 2007

CI-81) T. Kuflik, J. Sheidin, S. Jbara, D. Goren-Bar, P. Soffer, O. Stock, M. Zancanaro ‘Supporting Small Groups in the Museum by Context-Aware Communication Services’ Proceedings of IUI-2007, International Conference of Intelligent User Interfaces, pp 305-308, Honolulu, 2007

CI-82) N. Bauminger, E. Gal, D. Goren-Bar, J. Kupersmitt, F. Pianesi, O. Stock, T. Weiss, R. Yifat, M. Zancanaro ‘Enhancing Social Communication in High-Functioning Children with Autism through a Co-located Interface’ Proceedings of SID 2007, Social Intelligence Design, Twente Workshops on Language Technology, Trento, 2007

CI-83) O. Stock, D. Goren-Bar, M. Zancanaro, C. Rocchi, C. Koren, Z. Eisekovits, A. Cappelletti, D. Tomasini, T. Weiss ‘A collaborative table for narration negotiation and reconciliation in a conflict’ Proceedings of SID 2007, Social Intelligence Design, Twente Workshops on Language Technology, Trento, 2007

CI-84) R. Yifat, J. Kupersmitt, E. Gal D. Goren-Bar, N. Bauminger, M. Zancanaro, O. Stock, F. Pianesi, P.L. Weiss ‘Co-production of oral narrative texts by children with High-Functioning Autism A computer based dyadic verbal 

interaction’ Book of Abstracts of the 10th International Pragmatics Conference, International Pragmatics Association, Göteborg, 2007

CI-85) C. Strapparava, A. Valitutti, O. Stock ‘Automatizing Two Creative Functions for Advertising’ Proceedings of IJWCC-2007, International Joint Workshop on Computational Creativity, London, 2007

CI-86) C. Strapparava, A. Valitutti, O. Stock ‘Words Not Cast in Stone’ Proceedings of AI*IA-2007, Rome, Springer, 2007

CI-87) C. Strapparava, A. Valitutti, O. Stock ‘Affective Text Variation and Animation for Dynamic Advertisement’ Proceedings of ACII-2007, Second Conference on Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction, Lisbon, 2007

CI-88) O. Stock, C. Strapparava, A. Valitutti, ‘Moving Creative Words’ paper from the invited talk, in F. Mele et al. (Eds.) Proceedings of BVAI-2007, Second International Symposium on Brain, Vision and Artificial Intelligence, pp. 509- 522, LNCS 4729, Springer Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg, 2007

CI-89) T. Kuflik, S. Jbara, P. Soffer and O. Stock ‘Context-Aware Communication Services in “Active Museums”’ Proceedings of SwESTE 2007, IEEE International Conference on Software, Science, Technology and Engineering, pp. 127-135, Herzliya, 2007

CI-90) M. Guerini, C. Strapparava and O. Stock ‘Trusting Politicians’ Words (for Persuasive NLP)’ Computational Linguistics and Intelligent Text Processing, Proceedings of CICLING 2008, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer. Haifa, 2008

CI-91) S. Jbara, T. Kuflik, P. Soffer and O. Stock ‘Generic Communication Service Agents for Mobile Applications in Cultural Heritage Sites’ Proceedings of DHMS 2008, IEEE International Conference on Distributed Human-Machine Systems, Athens , 2008

CI-92) O. Stock, M. Zancanaro, C. Koren, C. Rocchi, Z. Eisikovits, D. Goren-bar, T. Weiss, ‘A Co-Located Interface for Narration to Support Reconciliation in a Conflict: Initial Results from Jewish and Palestinian Youth’ Proceedings of CHI 2008, 26th Computer-Human Interaction Conference, pp. 1583-1591, Firenze, 2008. This paper has received the CHI “Best Paper Honorable Mention”

CI-93) A. Valitutti, C. Strapparava and O. Stock ‘Textual Affect Sensing for Computational Advertising’ Proceedings of AAAI Spring Symposium on Creative Intelligent Systems, pp. 117-122, Stanford, 2008

CI-94) M. Guerini, C. Strapparava and O. Stock ‘Resources for Persuasion’ Proceedings of LREC 2008, Sixth Language Resources and Evaluation Conference, Marrakech, 2008

CI-95) M. Guerini, C. Strapparava and O. Stock ‘Valentino: A tool for valence shifting of Natural Language texts’ Proceedings of LREC 2008, Sixth Language Resources and Evaluation Conference, Marrakech, 2008

CI-96) C. Rocchi, D. Tomasini, O. Stock and M. Zancanaro ‘Fostering Group Conversation after the Museum Visit: a WOZ Study for a Shared Interface’ Proceedings of AVI 2008, Advanced Visual Interfaces, Napoli, 2008

CI-97) O. Stock ‘A contribution to a Multimedia Information Extraction Roadmap’ Proceedings of the AAAI Fall Symposium on Multimedia Information Extraction, Arlington, VA, 2008

CI-98) C. Rocchi, O. Stock, M. Zancanaro, F. Pianesi and D. Tomasini ‘Persuasion at the Museum Café: Initial Evaluation of a Tabletop Display Influencing Group Conversation’ Proceedings of the Symposium: Persuasive Technology and Digital Behaviour Intervention, in conjunction with the AISB 2009 Convention, Edinburgh, 2009

CI-99) A. Valitutti, C. Strapparava & O. Stock ‘GraphLaugh: a Tool for the Interactive Generation of Humorous Puns’ Proceedings of ACII-2009, Third Conference on Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction, Demo track, Amsterdam, 2009

CI-100) O. Stock and C. Callaway ‘Multiple coordinated mobile narratives as a catalyst for face-to-face group conversation’ Proceedings of ICIDS-2009 Second International Conference on Interactive Digital Storytelling, Guimaraes, 2009

CI-101) M. Guerini, C. Strapparava & O. Stock ‘Evaluation Metrics for Persuasive NLP with Google AdWords’ Proceedings of LREC-2010 Seventh Language Resources and Evaluation Conference, Malta, 2010

CI-102) C. Strapparava, M. Guerini & O. Stock ‘Predicting Persuasiveness in Political Discourses’ Proceedings of LREC-2010 Seventh Language Resources and Evaluation Conference, Malta, 2010

CI-103) J. Lanir, A. J. Wecker, T. Kuflik, E. Dim, I. Beja, I. Belinky, I. Gordon, N. Kashtan, O. Mogilevsky, M. Zancanaro & O. Stock ‘From A Research Prototype To A Deployed System: The Case Of The Hecht Museum Visitor's Guide’ Proceedings of MCIS 2010, Fifth Mediterranean Conference on Information Systems, Tel Aviv, 2010

CI-104) C. Callaway, O. Stock, E. Dekoven, K. Noy, Y. Citron & Y. Dobrin ‘Mobile Drama in an Instrumented Museum: Inducing Group Conversation via Coordinated Narratives’ Proceedings of IUI-2011, International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, Palo Alto, 2011

CI-105) T. Kuflik, J. Lanir, E. Dim, A. Wecker, M. Corrà, M. Zancanaro & O. Stock, ‘Indoor Positioning: Challenges and Solutions for Indoor Cultural Heritage Sites’ Proceedings of IUI-2011, International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, Palo Alto, 2011

CI-106) M. Zancanaro, O. Stock, D. Tomasini & F. Pianesi ‘A Socially Aware Persuasive System for Supporting Conversations at the Museum Café’ Proceedings of IUI-2011, International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, Palo Alto, 2011

CI-107) M. Guerini, C. Strapparava & O. Stock ‘Slanting Existing Text with Valentino’ Proceedings of IUI-2011, International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, Demo section, Palo Alto, 2011

CI-108) E. Dim, T. Kuflik, J. Lanir, O. Stock & M. Corrà ‘Indoor Positioning: Group Mutual Positioning’ In Kahl, G., Schwartz, T., Nurmi, P., Dim, E., Brandherm, B., and Forsblom, A., editors, Proceedings of the IUI’11 Workshop on Location Awareness for Mixed and Dual Reality, pages 1–4 (online publication, no pagination). DFKI. available at http://www.dfki.de/LAMDa/2011/accepted/LAMDa11.pdf., 2011

CI-109) A. J. Wecker, T. Kuflik & O. Stock ‘Group navigation with handheld mobile museum guides’ Proceedings of MW-2011, Museums and the Web 2011, Philadelphia, 2011

CI-110) A. J. Wecker, J. Lanir, T. Kuflik & O. Stock ‘Pathlight: Group Navigation in a Museum using a PersonalProjector’ Proceedings of MP2 Workshop, CHI 2011, Vancouver, 2011

CI-111) A. J. Wecker, J. Lanir, T. Kuflik & O. Stock ‘Pathlight: Supporting navigation of small groups in the museum context’ Proceedings of MobileHCI 2011, Stockholm, 2011

CI-112) N. Mana. A. Cappelletti, M. Zancanaro & O. Stock ‘Multimodal Corpora for an Automatic System Fostering Participants’ Engagement in Informal Conversations around a Museum Café Table’ Proceedings of 2011 Workshop on Multimodal Corpora for Machine Learning: Taking Stock and Roadmapping the Future, Alicante 2011

CI-113) A. Wecker, T. Kuflik , J. Lanir & O. Stock ‘Evaluating Mobile Projectors as a Shared Display Option for Small Groups’. Proceedings of CHI 2012 Works-in-Progress, Austin 2012

CI-114) M. Guerini, C. Strapparava & O. Stock ‘Ecological Evaluation of Persuasive Messages Using Google AdWords’ Proceedings of ACL-2012, Jeju, Korea, 2012

CI-115) L. Gatti, C. Callaway, M. Guerini, O. Stock & C. Strapparava ‘Creatively Subverting Messages in Posters’ Proceedings of ICCC 2012, International Conference on Computational Creativity, Dublin, 2012

CI-116) O. Stock ‘Creativity and Computational Humor’ in Anton Nijholt (ed) Proceedings of Computational Humor 2012, Third International Workshop on Computational Humor, Amsterdam, ISSN 0929–0672 CTIT Workshop Proceedings Series WP12-02, Universiteit Twente, 2012

CI-117) T. Kuflik , E. Dim, A. Wecker, J. Lanir, M. Corrà, M. Zancanaro & O. Stock,‘Indoor Positioning in Cultural Heritage: Challenges and a solution’ Proceedings of 2012 IEEE 27th Convention of Electrical and Electronics Engineers in Israel (IEEEI 2012), Eilat, 2012

CI-118) C. Strapparava, O. Stock & I. Alon ‘Corpus-based Explorations of Affective Load. Differences in Arabic- Hebrew-English’ Proceedings of COLING 2012, Mumbai, 2012

CI-119) A. Wecker, T. Kuflik , & O. Stock,‘Personalized Cultural Heritage Experience outside the Museum: Connecting the outside world to the museum experience’ Position paper. Proceedings of PATCH 2013, Roma, 2013

CI-120) C. Callaway & O. Stock ‘DRAMATRIC: Inducing Museum Conversation in Groups via Coordinated Narrative Variations’ Proc. of Workshop on Ubiquitous Games and Gamification for Promoting Behavior Change and Well Being, Trento, 2013

CI-121) G. Schiavo, A. Cappelletti, E. Mencarini, O. Stock & M. Zancanaro, ‘Overt or Subtle? Supporting Group Conversations with Automatically Targeted Directives’ Proceedings of IUI-2014, International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, Haifa, 2014

CI-122) L. Gatti, M. Guerini, O. Stock & C. Strapparava ‘SUBVERTISER: Mocking Ads through Mobile Phones’ Proceedings of IUI-2014, International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, Demo section, Haifa, 2014

CI-123)  L. Gatti, M. Guerini, O. Stock& C. Strapparava ‘SUBVERTISER: Mocking Ads through Mobile Phones’ Proceedings of  IUI-2014, International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, Demo section, Haifa, 2014

CI-124) C. Strapparava, L. Gatti, M. Guerini & O. Stock‘Creative language explorations through a high-expressivity N-grams query language’ Proceedings of LREC, Rejkiavik, 2014

CI-125) L. Gatti, M. Guerini, O. Stock & C. Strapparava ‘Sentiment Variations in Text for Persuasion Technology’ Proceedings of PT-2014 Persuasive Technologies, Padova, 2014

CI-126) C. Callaway & O. Stock ‘Predicting Conversational Behavior in the Museum as a Basis for Narrative Presentation Adaptation’  Selected Papers for Museums and the Web, Florence, 2014 

CI-127)  E. Mencarini, A. Cappelletti, G. Schiavo, O. Stock & M. Zancanaro ‘Formative Evaluation of a Constrained Composition Approach for Storytelling’ Poster section, Proceedings of NordCHI-2014, 8th Nordic Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, ACM, Helsinki, 2014

CI-128)  G. Schiavo, E. Mencarini, A. Cappelletti, O. Stock & M. Zancanaro ‘Ambient Influence for Promoting Balanced Participation in Group Brainstorming’ Proceedings AMI 2014, European Conference on Ambient Intelligence, Eindhoven, Springer Verlag, 2014

CI-129) M. Guerini, F. Pianesi & O. Stock  ‘Is it morally acceptable for a system to lie to persuade me?’ Proceedings of AAAI Workshop on AI and Ethics, AAAI-2015, pp.53-60, ISBN 978-1-57735-713-1, WS-15-02,  Austin, 201 

CI-130) A. Wecker, T. Kuflik & O. Stock ‘An Initial Plan to Associate Museum Visits to Outdoor Cultural Heritage Activities’ Proceedings of PATCH 2015, collocated with IUI 2015, Atlanta, 2015

CI-131) L. Gatti, G. Ozbal, M. Guerini, O. Stock & C. Strapparava ‘Slogans are not Forever: Adapting Linguistic Expressions to the News’ Proceedings of of  IJCAI-2015, the Twentyfourth International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Buenos Aires, 2015

CI-132) ‘ E. Mencarini, G. Schiavo, A. Cappelletti, O. Stock & M. Zancanaro ‘Assessing a Collaborative Application for Comic Strips Composition’ Proceedings of INTERACT 2015, Springer, LNCS,  Bamberg, 2015

CI-133) O. Stock ‘A (Persuasive?) Speech on Automated Persuasion’ Proceedings of RECSYS 2015, Vienna, 2015

CI-134) O. Stock,  M. Guerini & F. Pianesi  ‘Ethical dilemmas for adaptive persuasion systems’  Proceedings of AAAI-2016, Phoenix, AZ, 2016 

CI-135) ) L. Gatti, G. Ozbal, M. Guerini, O. Stock & C. Strapparava ‘Heady-Lines: A Creative Generator of Newspaper Headlines’ Proceedings of IUI-2016,  Companion Proceedings of IUI-2016 in the ACM Digital Library, Demo section. Sonoma, CA, 2016

 

Peer-reviewed papers in national journal (in Italian)

RN-1) A. Cappelli, G. Ferrari, L. Moretti, I. Prodanof & O. Stock 'Analisi di un testo italiano con un analizzatore ATN'. Rivista di Informatica, "Comprensione del Linguaggio Naturale", Vol. 10, Suppl. al N. 3, pp. 5-13, edizioni Dedalo, Bari, 1980

RN-2) A. Cappelli, G. Ferrari, L. Moretti, I. Prodanof & O. Stock 'Costruzione, sperimentazione ed estensione di un ATN come modello di analisi del linguaggio naturale'. Ricerche in Psicologia, numero speciale dedicato alla Linguistica Computazionale, anno 7, n. 25, pp. 159-184, 1983

RN-3) O. Stock 'La comunicazione umano-computer' in Poste e Telecomunicazioni, LII, 5, pp. 40-44, 1984

RN-4) A. Rossi Mori, F. Ricci & O. Stock 'I sistemi esperti come possibili strumenti per l'aiuto alla decisione in medicina'. Medicina e Informatica, Vol. 1, n. 2, 87-103, 1984

RN-5) O. Stock, C. Castelfranchi & D. Parisi 'WEDNESDAY: parsing basato su conoscenze linguistiche distribuite'. Relazione invitata. Bollettino della Societa' di Linguistica Italiana, Vol. 3, n.2, pp.217-234, 1985

RN-6) A. Cesta, B. Malagisi, M. Sicilia & O. Stock 'Una famiglia di Sistemi Esperti basati su regole: Mycin e i suoi derivati.' Medicina e Informatica, Vol. 2, n.2, 48-78, 1985

RN-7) O. Stock 'Interazione uomo-uomo via elaboratori' Rivista di Informatica, Vol XV, nn. 3/4, pp. 317-329, 1985

RN-8) A. Cesta & O. Stock 'Strumenti e ambienti per lo sviluppo di sistemi esperti' Medicina e Informatica, Vol. 4, n. 3, pp. 153-160, 1987

RN-9) O. Stock 'L'elaborazione del linguaggio naturale in Intelligenza Artificiale' Sistemi Intelligenti, 1, n.3, 1989, pagg. 353-359. Il Mulino, Bologna, 1989

RN-10) P. Bresciani, A. Lavelli, B. Magnini, D. Petrelli, O. Stock, C. Strapparava, M. Zancanaro 'Un'interfaccia basata su linguaggio naturale per lo sportellista della Pubblica Amministrazione: il prototipo di TAMIC.' AI*IA Notizie - Suppl. Vol. 9, n.3, Numero monografico su Interfacce Intelligenti, 1996

RN-11) O. Stock ‘Ricerche e applicazioni di elaborazione del linguaggio naturale all’IRST’ La Comunicazione. Rivista dell’Istituto Superiore delle Poste e Telecomunicazioni.

RN-12) O. Stock ‘Elaborazione automatica del linguaggio naturale quale strumento per la comunicazione tra PA e cittadini’. Amministrare, vol. 27, n. 3, pp. 449-462, 1997

RN13) O. Stock ‘Verbal Humour and Human-Computer Interfaces’ AI*IA Notizie, Anno XII, n.3, pp. 21-24, 1999

RN-14) O. Stock ‘Presentazione intelligente e interattiva dell'informazione e turismo culturale’ La Comunicazione. Rivista dell’Istituto Superiore delle Poste e Telecomunicazioni, Vol 51, pp. 183-185, 2002

RN-15) O. Stock and M. Zancanaro ‘PEACH. Intelligent Information Presentation for Cultural Tourism’ Intelligenza Artificiale. Rivista dell'Associazione Italiana per l'Intelligenza Artificiale. Vol. 1, n. 1, Febbraio 2004

RN-16) M. Guerini & O. Stock ‘ Processi persuasivi e interfacce intelligenti persona-computer’ Sistemi Intelligenti, 24, n.3, 1989, pagg. 521-540. Il Mulino, Bologna, Dicembre 2012

 

Peer-reviewed papers in national book (in Italian)

LN-1) O. Stock 'Sistemi uomo-computer: ambienti esplorativi, capacita' cognitive e comunicazione' in S. Bagnara & A. Stajano (eds.) Ergonomia del software.pp. 79-85, CLUP, Milano, 1987

LN-2) O. Stock 'Interazione uomo-macchina intelligente'. In Interazione uomo-computer, O.Stock (ed.), pp. 3-17, Il Pensiero Scientifico, Roma, 1987

LN-3) D. Parisi, C. Castelfranchi & O. Stock 'Processi cooperativi uomo-computer'. In Interazione uomo-computer, O. Stock (ed.), pp. 125-136, Il Pensiero Scientifico, Roma, 1987

LN-4) O. Stock 'Interfacce in linguaggio naturale scritto e parlato' in G. Dadda (ed.) Tecnologie di Elaborazione dell’Informazione e Intelligenza Artificiale nelle Telecomunicazioni. pp.70-74 , CSELT, Torino, 1990

LN-5) P. Bresciani, A. Lavelli, B. Magnini, D. Petrelli, O. Stock, C. Strapparava & M. Zancanaro 'Il prototipo di TAMIC: una interfaccia mediata per il cittadino basata su linguaggio naturale' in C. Biagioli, P. Mercatali, G. Soda (eds) Intelligenza Artificiale per la Pubblica Amministrazione. Franco Angeli, Milano, 1996

LN-6) O. Stock ‘Verso una nuova modalità linguistica basata su tecnologia’ In M. Carenini e M. Matteuzzi (eds.) Percezione, Linguaggio, Coscienza. Saggi di Filosofia della Mente, Quodlibet, Macerata. 1999

LN-7) F. Pianesi & O. Stock ‘Elaborazione del linguaggio naturale’ In E. Burattini & R. Cordeschi (eds.) Intelligenza Artificiale. Manuale per le discipline della comunicazione. Carocci, Roma, 2001

 

Peer-reviewed papers in proceedings of national conference (in Italian)

CN-1) A. Cappelli, G .Ferrari, L. Moretti, I. Prodanof & O. Stock 'Semantica lessicale in un analizzatore automatico per l'italiano'. Atti del Convegno della Societa' di Linguistica Italiana "Lessico e Semantica", Sorrento, maggio 1978, pp. 363-372, Bulzoni, Roma, 1981

CN-2) A. Cappelli, G. Ferrari, L. Moretti, I. Prodanof & O. Stock 'Il trattamento di alcuni fenomeni anaforici mediante un ATN'. Atti del Convegno "L'anafora", Accademia della Crusca, Firenze, dicembre 1978, pp.275-289, Accademia della Crusca, Firenze 1981

CN-3) A. Cappelli, G. Ferrari, L. Moretti, I. Prodanof & O. Stock 'Analisi automatica dell'italiano: alcune osservazioni'. Atti del XVIII Congresso degli Psicologi Italiani, La Ricerca di Base in Psicologia, pp. 246-257, Acireale, 1979

CN-4) O. Stock 'Comunicazione (e sistemi intelligenti)'. Atti del I Convegno Nazionale dell'Associazione Italiana di Documentazione Automatica, pp.95-99, Roma, 1984

CN-5) C. Castelfranchi, D. Parisi & O. Stock 'Comunicazione in linguaggio naturale con il computer: verso l'interazione con una base di modelli'. Atti del Terzo Convegno Nazionale del Progetto Finalizzato Trasporti, pp. 505-520, Taormina, 1985

CN-6) O. Stock, F. Cecconi & C. Castelfranchi 'Analisi morfologica integrata in un parser a conoscenze linguistiche distribuite' Atti del Congresso AICA-86, pp.259-271, Associazione Italiana per l'Informatica e il Calcolo Automatico. Palermo, 1986

CN-7) O. Stock & C. Strapparava `Un progetto di elaborazione del linguaggio naturale` In Atti del Congresso AICA 87, Vol. 2, pp. 161-164, Associazione Italiana per l'Informatica e il Calcolo Automatico. Trento, 1987.

CN-8) O. Stock 'Analisi sintattica e morfologica dell'italiano in una prospettiva integrata' Relazione invitata. In S. Badaloni, N.Guarino, E. Pagello (eds.) Atti dell' Incontro sull'Intelligenza Artificiale. pp. 21-36, Bressanone, 1987

CN-9) O. Stock 'Elaborazione del linguaggio naturale e reperimento delle informazioni' Relazione invitata. Atti del Seminario Internazionale 'Evoluzione delle tecniche di accesso all'informazione'. pp. 139-140 Istituto Superiore Poste e Telecomunicazioni, Roma, 1988

CN-10) R. Caraceni, P. Marti & O. Stock 'Generazione di linguaggio naturale come processo basato su schemi e vincoli' Atti del congresso AICA 88, Vol. 2, pp. 87-97, Associazione Italiana per l'Informatica ed il Calcolo Automatico. Cagliari, 1988

CN-11) A. Lavelli & O. Stock 'Quando l'input non e' una frase: una soluzione basata su chart per alcuni fenomeni di malformatezza' Atti del Primo Congresso dell'Associazione Italiana per l'Intelligenza Artificiale, pp. 59-67, Trento, 1989

CN-12) R. Delmonte, G. Ferrari, A. Goy L. Lesmo, B. Magnini, E. Pianta, O. Stock, C. Strappparava. ‘ILEX - Un dizionario computazionale dell'Italiano’ Atti dello Workshop su Elaborazione del Linguaggio Naturale e Interfacce Intelligenti, Quinto Convegno dell'Associazione Italiana per l'Intelligenza Artificiale, Napoli, 1996.

CN-13) O. Stock ‘Prospettive per l’elaborazione del Linguaggio Naturale’ Atti del Simposio su Didattica e Informatica promosso dall’Accademia Navale, Livorno, 1997

CN-14) M. Zancanaro, O. Stock, I. Alfaro ‘A Multimedia Museum Guide with Dynamic Documentaries’ Atti del Convegno Contesti Virtuali e Fruizione dei Beni Culturali. Napoli, Certosa e Museo di San Martino, 2003

CN-15) A. Valitutti, O. Stock & C. Strapparava ‘Developing Affective Lexical Resources’ Proceedings of HCI Italy 2003 (Simposio su Human-Computer Interaction di SIGCHI), Torino, 2003

 

Thesis (in Italian)

T-1) O. Stock 'Aspetti Ricorsivi della Linguistica' Tesi di Laurea in Matematica. Università di Firenze. Academic Year 1973-1974

T-2) O. Stock 'ATNSYS: Un sistema per l'analisi grammaticale automatica delle lingue naturali'. Tesi del Corso di Specializzazione in Calcolo Automatico. Università di Pisa. Academic Year 1975-1976. Published as N.I. B76-29, Istituto per l' Elaborazione dell'Informazione, C.N.R., Pisa 1976

 

Editorials, book prefaces, introductions to journal special issues, book reviews, conference reports, popularization papers, papers in magazine without reviewing committee

D-1) D. Parisi & O. Stock 'Comunicare con macchine intelligenti', Sapere, 51 n. 1/2, pp. 29-36, gennaio 1985 D-2) O. Stock 'Un'introduzione all'Intelligenza Artificiale'. In N. Cellini, V. Valentini, A. Vecchioli (Eds.) Computer e decisione Clinica: Sistemi esperti in Radiologia e Oncologia. International Journal of Radiological Sciences, Suppl. Vol.11, N.1, pp. 29-34, 1986

D-3) O. Stock 'Elaborazione del linguaggio naturale' Zerouno N. 65, pp. 48-49, giugno 1987 D-4) O. Stock 'Artificial Intelligence Strategic Project. Final Report' CNR. Roma 1987

D-5) O. Stock 'Recensione del volume "La filosofia degli automi" a cura di V.Somenzi e R. Cordeschi' Giornale di Psicologia, XIV, 4, pp.701-702, Il Mulino, 1987

D-6) O. Stock 'Interfacce in linguaggio naturale'Atti di Checkpoint-88, Tecnologie, Metodi, Prospettive, pp.II. 2. 1-19 Associazione Italiana per il Calcolo Automatico. Roma 1988

D-7) O. Stock 'Coling 88' relazione sul congresso , AI*IA Notizie , 1,1, 1988, pp. 45-46, 1988

D-8) O. Stock 'Comunicare in Italiano con l'elaboratore. Ricerche all'IRST di Trento' in Doc Ufficio, Milano, 1989

D-9) O. Stock 'Computer-Human Interaction 89' relazione sul congresso, AI*IA Notizie, 2,2, 1989. pp. 29-30,1989

D-10) O. Stock 'Comunicare con la macchina usando le lingue umane'. Il Sole 24 Ore, n. 273 (5 ott. 1989), pag. X, rapporti SMAU, 1989

D-11) O. Stock 'Simposio Bilaterale Israele-Italia di Intelligenza Artificiale' relazione sul simposio, AI*IA Notizie , 6, 1, pp. 66-68, 1993

D-12) O. Stock 'Comprensione del linguaggio umano, multimedialità e interazione uomo-macchina' Sistemi e Impresa, XXXIX, 7,, pp.17-18, settembre 1993

D-13) O. Stock 'Prefazione’ a Invito all'Intelligenza Artificiale di L. Carlucci Aiello e M.Cialdea. Franco Angeli Editore 1995

D-14) O. Stock 'Si richiede certificato di esistenza in vita. A proposito di P. Odifreddi "In memoria dell'Intelligenza Artificiale (1959-1992)” ' La Rivista dei Libri, p.44, settembre 1995.

D-15) O. Stock ‘Intelligent Interfaces for the Exploration of Our Cultural Heritage’ ERCIM News, European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics, 30, 1997

D-16) O. Stock ‘Turing e l’evoluzione della percezione dell’intelligenza artificiale’ Sistemi Intelligenti, Anno X, 1, aprile 1998

D-17) O. Stock ‘Macchina contro Uomo – La sfida di scacchi tra Deep Junior e Michele Godena’ Intelligenza Artificiale, anno 1 n. 4, 2004

D-18) A. Nijholt, O. Stock, T. Nishida ‘Social intelligence design in ambient intelligence’ AI & Society, Vol. 24, n. 1, pp 1-3, 2009.

D-19) S. Colton, R. Lopez de Mantaras and O. Stock ‘Computational Creativity: Coming of Age’ AI Magazine, Vol. 30, No 3, Fall 2009.

D-20) O. Stock ‘Editorial’ Intelligenza Artificiale, the International Journal of the AI*IA, Vol. 5 n.1, pp 1-2, IOS Press, the Netherlands, 2011.

D-21) O. Stock ‘Editorial’ Intelligenza Artificiale, the International Journal of the AI*IA, Vol. 6 n.1, pp 1-2, IOS Press, the Netherlands, 2012.

 

Research institute technical reports

RT-1) A.Cappelli, G.Ferrari, L.Moretti, I.Prodanof & O. Stock 'An Experimental ATN Parser for Italian Texts' CNUCE-CNR, Divisione Linguistica Computazionale, Pisa, 1977

RT-2) A.Cappelli, G.Ferrari, L.Moretti, I.Prodanof & O. Stock 'Parsing an Italian Text with an ATN Parser' TR-LLC, Laboratorio di Linguistica Computazionale del CNR, Pisa, 1978

RT-3) A. Andronico, B. Balatresi, B. Cipolla, P. Stiavetti & O. Stock 'Un Linkage Editor per programmi rilocabili su Olivetti P6O6O' N.I. B-79-31 Istituto per l'Elaborazione dell'Informazione, C.N.R., Pisa, 1979

RT-4) O. Stock & A. Andronico 'Grammatical Inference for Communication Protocols' N.I. B79-32. Istituto per l'Elaborazione dell'Informazione, C.N.R., Pisa, 1979

RT-5) F. Cecconi & O. Stock 'LAB3P: Un ambiente di sperimentazione in Psicolinguistica'. Rapporto Tecnico n.31O. Istituto di Psicologia del C.N.R., 1982

RT-6) O. Stock 'Brevi note di teoria della computazione'. Rapporto Tecnico n.311. Istituto di Psicologia del C.N.R., Roma,1982

RT-7) O. Stock 'Parsing on WEDNESDAY: A Distributed Linguistic Knowledge Approach for Flexible Word Order Languages', Rapporto Tecnico 312 (anche Report PCIA/3), Istituto di Psicologia del CNR, Roma, 1982

RT-8) O. Stock 'Processi di memoria tornati alla mente (artificiale)'. Report PCIA/18, Istituto di Psicologia del CNR, Roma,1984

RT-9) O. Stock 'Analisi sintattica automatica in una prospettiva di riconoscimento del parlato continuo italiano'. Fondazione Ugo Bordoni, R. 2B1685, Roma, 1985

RT-10) O. Stock 'Analisi morfologica integrata in un sistema di parsing'. Fondazione Ugo Bordoni, R. 2B5285, Roma, 1985

RT-11) G. Romano & O. Stock 'Sistemi di planning' R.T. n. 5. Progetto Strategico Intelligenza Artificiale-CNR, Roma, 1987

RT-12) V. Samek Lodovici, C. Castelfranchi & O. Stock 'Discorso e modelli computazionali: approcci correnti' R.T. n. 6. Progetto Strategico Intelligenza Artificiale-CNR, Roma, 1987

RT-13) G. Romano, C. Castelfranchi & O. Stock 'KPL: Knowledge and Planning Language' R.T. n. 7. Progetto Strategico Intelligenza Artificiale-CNR, Roma, 1987

RT-14) O. Stock & C. Castelfranchi 'KRAPFEN: a tasty knowledge representation apparatus' R.T. n.10.Progetto Strategico Intelligenza Artificiale-CNR, Roma, 1987

RT-15) A. Cesta & O. Stock 'Un sistema interattivo per l'identificazione di problemi trasportistici' Poster session del V Convegno Nazionale del Progetto Finalizzato Trasporti del CNR, U.O.II/5/D/4, 1988

RT-16) G. Romano & O. Stock ‘A System for Planning and Metaplanning’ IRST- Internal Report 8801-08, Trento, 1988

RT-17) E. Franconi, B. Magnini & O. Stock 'Towards an Integration of Definitional and Prototypical Representation of Concepts'. IRST - Technical Report 8907-04, Trento, 1989

RT-18) G. Satta & O. Stock, ‘An Extension of Earley’s Algorithm to Bidirectional Parsing’, IRST-Technical Report no. 9001-08, Trento, 1990