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Controlled Cue Generation for Play Scripts

@article{Dirik2021ControlledCG,
  title={Controlled Cue Generation for Play Scripts},
  author={Alara Dirik and Hilal Donmez and Pinar Yanardag},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2112.06953}
}
In this paper, we use a large-scale play scripts dataset to propose the novel task of theatrical cue generation from dialogues. Using over one million lines of dialogue and cues, we approach the problem of cue generation as a controlled text generation task, and show how cues can be used to enhance the impact of dialogue using a language model conditioned on a dialogue/cue discriminator. In addition, we explore the use of topic keywords and emotions for controlled text generation. Extensive… 

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