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Enthymemes in dialogue: A micro-rhetorical approach
E Breitholtz
412014
Enthymemes and Topoi in Dialogue: the use of common sense reasoning in conversation
E Breitholtz
Brill, 2020
402020
Understanding laughter
J Ginzburg, E Breitholtz, R Cooper, J Hough, Y Tian
20th Amsterdam Colloquium, 2015
392015
Enthymemes as rhetorical resources
E Breitholtz, R Cooper
Proceedings of the 15th Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue …, 2011
372011
Reasoning with topoi–towards a rhetorical approach to non-monotonicity
E Breitholtz
Proceedings of the 50th anniversary convention of the AISB, 1st–4th April …, 2014
252014
Something old, something new, something borrowed, something taboo: Interaction and creativity in humour
V Maraev, E Breitholtz, C Howes, S Larsson, R Cooper
Frontiers in Psychology 12, 654615, 2021
112021
Reasoning in multiparty dialogue involving patients with schizophrenia
E Breitholtz, R Cooper, C Howes, M Lavelle
(In) coherence of Discourse: Formal and Conceptual Issues of Language, 43-63, 2021
102021
How to put an elephant in the title: modeling humorous incongruity with topoi
E Breitholtz, V Maraev
Proceedings of the 23rd Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue …, 2019
102019
Are widows always wicked? Learning concepts through enthymematic reasoning
E Breitholtz
ESSLLI proceedings of the TYTLES workshop on TYpe Theory and LExical …, 2015
102015
Can aristotelian enthymemes decrease the cognitive load of a dialogue system user
E Breitholtz, J Villing
Proceedings of the 12th Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue …, 2008
92008
Incrementality all the way up
E Breitholtz, C Howes, R Cooper
Proceedings of the Computing Natural Language Inference Workshop, 2017
82017
Clarification requests as enthymeme elicitors
E Breitholtz
Aspects of 1285, 2010
72010
Communicable reasons: How children learn topoi through dialogue
E Breitholtz, C Howes
Proceedings of the 24th Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue, 2020
62020
How do you make an AI get the joke? Here’s what I found on the web’
V Maraev, E Breitholtz, C Howes
First AISB Symposium on Conversational AI (SoCAI), 6-9, 2020
62020
Explaining predictions with enthymematic counterfactuals
A Berman, E Breitholtz, C Howes, JP Bernardy
Proceedings of the 1st Workshop on Bias, Ethical AI, Explainability and the …, 2022
52022
Personae under uncertainty: the case of topoi
B Noble, E Breitholtz, R Cooper
Proceedings of the Probability and Meaning Conference (PaM 2020), 8-16, 2020
52020
Enthymemes under Discussion: Towards a micro-rhetorical approach to dialogue modelling
E Breitholtz
Proceedings of SPR-11 ILCLI International Workshop on Semantics, Pragmatics …, 2011
52011
Dogwhistles as inferences in interaction
E Breitholtz, R Cooper
Proceedings of the Reasoning and Interaction Conference (ReInAct 2021), 40-46, 2021
42021
Why should I turn left? Towards active explainability for spoken dialogue systems.
V Maraev, E Breitholtz, C Howes, JP Bernardy
Proceedings of the Reasoning and Interaction Conference (ReInAct 2021), 58-64, 2021
42021
Distributional properties of political dogwhistle representations in Swedish BERT
N Hertzberg, R Cooper, E Lindgren, B Rönnerstrand, G Rettenegger, ...
Proceedings of the Sixth Workshop on Online Abuse and Harms (WOAH), 170-175, 2022
32022
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