A hybrid approach to dialogue management based on probabilistic rules

@article{Lison2015AHA,
  title={A hybrid approach to dialogue management based on probabilistic rules},
  author={Pierre Lison},
  journal={Computer Speech & Language},
  year={2015},
  volume={34},
  pages={232-255}
}
We present a new modelling framework for dialogue management based on the concept of probabilistic rules. Probabilistic rules are defined as structured mappings between logical conditions and probabilistic effects. They function as high-level templates for probabilistic graphical models and may include unknown parameters whose values are estimated from data using Bayesian inference. Thanks to their use of logical abstractions, probabilistic rules are able to encode the probability and utility… CONTINUE READING
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