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2022 ◽  
Vol 11 (1) ◽  
pp. 1-24
Author(s):  
Christopher D. Wallbridge ◽  
Alex Smith ◽  
Manuel Giuliani ◽  
Chris Melhuish ◽  
Tony Belpaeme ◽  
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We explore the effectiveness of a dynamically processed incremental referring description system using under-specified ambiguous descriptions that are then built upon using linguistic repair statements, which we refer to as a dynamic system. We build a dynamically processed incremental referring description generation system that is able to provide contextual navigational statements to describe an object in a potential real-world situation of nuclear waste sorting and maintenance. In a study of 31 participants, we test the dynamic system in a case where a user is remote operating a robot to sort nuclear waste, with the robot assisting them in identifying the correct barrels to be removed. We compare these against a static non-ambiguous description given in the same scenario. As well as looking at efficiency with time and distance measurements, we also look at user preference. Results show that our dynamic system was a much more efficient method—taking only 62% of the time on average—for finding the correct barrel. Participants also favoured our dynamic system.


2022 ◽  
Vol 29 (2) ◽  
pp. 1-33
Author(s):  
April Yi Wang ◽  
Dakuo Wang ◽  
Jaimie Drozdal ◽  
Michael Muller ◽  
Soya Park ◽  
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Computational notebooks allow data scientists to express their ideas through a combination of code and documentation. However, data scientists often pay attention only to the code, and neglect creating or updating their documentation during quick iterations. Inspired by human documentation practices learned from 80 highly-voted Kaggle notebooks, we design and implement Themisto, an automated documentation generation system to explore how human-centered AI systems can support human data scientists in the machine learning code documentation scenario. Themisto facilitates the creation of documentation via three approaches: a deep-learning-based approach to generate documentation for source code, a query-based approach to retrieve online API documentation for source code, and a user prompt approach to nudge users to write documentation. We evaluated Themisto in a within-subjects experiment with 24 data science practitioners, and found that automated documentation generation techniques reduced the time for writing documentation, reminded participants to document code they would have ignored, and improved participants’ satisfaction with their computational notebook.


Desalination ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 525 ◽  
pp. 115494
Author(s):  
Zhang Yao ◽  
Zhang Yuxing ◽  
Kong Yaqian ◽  
Behnam Sobhani

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