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Laughter around the End of Storytelling in Multi-party Interaction

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This research argues that the sequence organization around the end of a storytelling is affected by which of the hearers inserts a laughter to which position in the sequence. Laughters before the beginning point of possible completion of storytelling never affect on the sequence organization, while those which occur within a transition space change who is to speak first after the storytelling. Though an oriented recipient (OR) is a default candidate who can speak first after the storytelling, laughs within a transition space let the OR pass his/her own occasion for speech to another participant.

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Enomoto, M., Okamoto, M., Ohba, M., Iida, H. (2009). Laughter around the End of Storytelling in Multi-party Interaction. In: Hattori, H., Kawamura, T., Idé, T., Yokoo, M., Murakami, Y. (eds) New Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence. JSAI 2008. Lecture Notes in Computer Science(), vol 5447. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-00609-8_24

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