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KSU Team ’ s Dialogue System at the NTCIR-13 Short Text Conversation Task 2

@inproceedings{Ishibashi2017KSUT,
  title={KSU Team ’ s Dialogue System at the NTCIR-13 Short Text Conversation Task 2},
  author={Yoichi Ishibashi},
  year={2017}
}
In this paper, the methods and results by the team KSU for STC-2 task at NTCIR-13 are described. We implemented both retrieval-based methods and a generation-based method. In the retrieval-based methods, a comment text with high similarity with the given utterance text is obtained from Yahoo! News comments data, and the reply text to the comment text is returned as the response to the input. Two methods were implemented with different information used for retrieval. It was confirmed that the… Expand

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