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(ed.) Proceedings of the 13th ESSLLI Student Session, 175-184.
Paper presented at the 2000 ESSLLI Workshop on Paths and Telicity in Event Structure, August, University of Birmingham.
His research interests span computational models of communicative action in conversational agents and include work on generating coordinated verbal and nonverbal behavior (presented most recently at SIGGRAPH 2004 and ESSLLI 2005).