Malihe Alikhani

I am a Ph.D. candidate in the department of Computer Science at Rutgers University, working with Matthew StoneFind out about my researchpublications, bio and professional services.

Research Blurb: A wide range of communicative artifacts involve the coordinated presentation of visual and linguistic information. My research reflects the long-term scientific challenge of understanding how people formulate and understand such presentations.  I work towards designing conversational systems that can synthesize multimodal presentations to convey information to human users and systems that can deal appropriately with the multimodal communication produced by people. 

Email: ma1195 AT cs.rutgers.edu       GitHub     Twitter 


Papers:
(In Submission)
  • Multimodal Strategies for Ambiguity Resolution in Conversational Systems, M. Alikhani, E. Selfridge, M. Stone, M. Johsnton. 

  • The Influence of Alternative Terms on Speakers’ Choice of Vague Description, M. Alikhani, K. Persaud, K. Pei, B. McMahan, M. Stone. 


Books:
  • Statistics and Probability Common CoreM. Alikhani, Cliffs Notes, 2016.

    Relevant to high school students needing to review the Statistics and Probability component of the Common Core math standards, this quick review provides targeted chapter-level reviews of topics aligned to the Statistics and Probability Common Core math standards, with practice problems throughout each review chapter and chapter-end quizzes. 


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