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An Emotion-controlled Dialog Response Generation Model with Dynamic Vocabulary

@article{Song2021AnED,
  title={An Emotion-controlled Dialog Response Generation Model with Dynamic Vocabulary},
  author={Shuangyong Song and Kexin Wang and Chao Wang and Haiqing Chen and H. Chen},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2103.02878}
}
In response generation task, proper sentimental expressions can obviously improve the human-like level of the responses. However, for real application in online systems, high QPS (queries per second, an indicator of the flow capacity of on-line systems) is required, and a dynamic vocabulary mechanism has been proved available in improving speed of generative models. In this paper, we proposed an emotion-controlled dialog response generation model based on the dynamic vocabulary mechanism, and… Expand

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