Timothy Bickmore
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Establishing and maintaining long-term human-computer relationships
TW Bickmore, RW Picard
ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI) 12 (2), 293-327, 2005
10102005
Beat: the behavior expression animation toolkit
J Cassell, HH Vilhjálmsson, T Bickmore
Life-Like Characters, 163-185, 2004
9912004
Embodiment in conversational interfaces: Rea
J Cassell, T Bickmore, M Billinghurst, L Campbell, K Chang, ...
Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 1999
7301999
Method and apparatus for embodied conversational characters with multimodal input/output in an interface device
SA Prevost, TW Bickmore, JW Sullivan, E Churchill, A Girgensohn
US Patent 6,570,555, 2003
5992003
Relational agents: a model and implementation of building user trust
T Bickmore, J Cassell
Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems …, 2001
5202001
Human Conversation as a System Framework: Designing embodied conversational agents
J Cassell, T Bickmore, L Campbell, H Vilhjalmsson
Embodied conversational agents, 29-63, 2000
4332000
Digestor: device-independent access to the World Wide Web
TW Bickmore, BN Schilit
Computer Networks and ISDN Systems 29 (8-13), 1075-1082, 1997
4121997
Companion robot for personal interaction
C Vu, M Cross, T Bickmore, A Gruber, TL Campbell
US Patent 8,935,006, 2015
4082015
Establishing the computer–patient working alliance in automated health behavior change interventions
T Bickmore, A Gruber, R Picard
Patient education and counseling 59 (1), 21-30, 2005
3712005
External manifestations of trustworthiness in the interface
J Cassell, T Bickmore
Communications of the ACM 43 (12), 50-56, 2000
3432000
Relational agents: Effecting change through human-computer relationships
TW Bickmore
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2003
3422003
Social dialongue with embodied conversational agents
T Bickmore, J Cassell
Advances in natural multimodal dialogue systems, 23-54, 2005
3302005
Nudge nudge wink wink: Elements of face-to-face conversation for embodied conversational agents
J Cassell
Embodied conversational agents 1, 2000
3142000
A basic agent
S Vere, T Bickmore
Computational intelligence 6 (1), 41-60, 1990
2681990
‘It’s just like you talk to a friend’relational agents for older adults
TW Bickmore, L Caruso, K Clough-Gorr, T Heeren
Interacting with Computers 17 (6), 711-735, 2005
2642005
Negotiated collusion: Modeling social language and its relationship effects in intelligent agents
J Cassell, T Bickmore
User modeling and user-adapted interaction 13 (1), 89-132, 2003
2452003
Non-verbal cues for discourse structure
J Cassell, YI Nakano, TW Bickmore, CL Sidner, C Rich
Proceedings of the 39th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational …, 2001
2402001
Taking the time to care: empowering low health literacy hospital patients with virtual nurse agents
TW Bickmore, LM Pfeifer, BW Jack
Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on human factors in computing systems …, 2009
2392009
Document re-authoring systems and methods for providing device-independent access to the world wide web
TW Bickmore, WN Schilit, A Girgensohn, JW Sullivan
US Patent 6,857,102, 2005
2202005
Health dialog systems for patients and consumers
T Bickmore, T Giorgino
Journal of biomedical informatics 39 (5), 556-571, 2006
2192006
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