By H. Vincent Poor
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An Is is composed of intensional object representation^) (IOR), which represent11 the referred object, if this one exists. Appelt and Kronfeld defined two types of IOR: speech IOR which results from linguistic acts of referring in the discourse and perceptive IOR which result from perceptive acts of referring in the speech. We do not consider this model sufficiently precise for multimodal reference. The definition of IOR remains too vague, does not detail enough various possible natures of perceptive IOR (in terms of various modalities of interaction).
Or$ specifies additional properties on or2 which we do not detail here (see [PAN 96]). To illustrate the fact that the preconditions of capacity can be planned, let us take the example of the visibility of the location locj. g. according to the context: to physically move the object, to move its representation, to move (in) the scene of discourse). The rational effect (RE) (the expected effect) of this act is that its addressee, the agent j, will have a MMR mmrj' representing the same object as the one represented by mmri.
It makes it possible to integrate information related to different modalities. Thanks to this model, the agent can understand a multimodal reference produced by another agent, and identify the referent. It can also produce a multimodal reference. One of the characteristics of this model is that it can easily be extended beyond the referring to objects. Indeed, it makes also possible to refer in a multimodal way to relations existing between objects, as well as with other properties of multimodal utterances, like facial gesture reference to illocutionary force.
An introduction to signal detection and estimation by H. Vincent Poor