Structured Probabilistic Modelling for Dialogue Management

@inproceedings{Lison2014StructuredPM,
  title={Structured Probabilistic Modelling for Dialogue Management},
  author={Pierre Lison},
  year={2014}
}
This thesis presents a new modelling framework for dialogue management based on the concept of probabilistic rules. Probabilistic rules are defined as if...then...else constructions associating logical conditions on input variables to probabilistic effects over output variables. These rules function as high-level templates for the generation of a directed graphical model. Their expressive power allows them to represent the probabilistic models employed in dialogue management in a compact and… CONTINUE READING

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