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NeoConv Tutorial NeoConv Tutorial Presentation Transcript

  • NeoConv: New Ideas in Textual Chat Tutorial Team Octothorpe April 19, 2014
  • Overview ● Group chat client and server ● Persistent client view (database-backed) ● Useful features: ○ Language translation ○ Keyword search ○ Conversation branching
  • Plot ● Yi will demonstrate to you some core features of NeoConv. Please follow along as he illustrates key ideas in our conversation system.
  • Already having registered Yi logs in to NeoConv:
  • On login, Yi’s rooms are listed in tabs:
  • Yi and Eliza, shown on the right, belong to ‘travel’:
  • He types a message and clicks send which broadcasts it to the room ‘travel’:
  • The message appears in the room and is archived in a database, i.e., it will always be in the room:
  • Yi opens ‘Room’ menu and selects ‘Search room content’:
  • He searches for ‘espanol’:
  • Search results appear in a box below including roomname, sender and the original message :
  • Yi wants to start a private chat with Eliza. He opens the ‘Room’ menu and selects ‘Create private room’:
  • He selects Eliza and names the room ‘elizayi’:
  • Now a private room exists for both Yi and Eliza:
  • Yi, being interested in security, opens ‘Room’ menu and selects ‘Join existing room’:
  • He double clicks ‘security’ and is now joined to the room:
  • Yi goes back to ‘travel’ and decides to branch the room to focus on the topic of ‘Spain’. He right clicks the room message board and select ‘branch:
  • He names the room ‘spain’ clicks ‘join’ and is now joined to the room:
  • Now all the users of ‘travel’ belong to a more refined discussion of ‘spain’:
  • Yi, being done with his session, opens the ‘NeoConv’ menu and logs out:
  • Thank you!