Two-stage multi-intent detection for spoken language understanding

@article{Kim2016TwostageMD,
  title={Two-stage multi-intent detection for spoken language understanding},
  author={Byeongchang Kim and Seonghan Ryu and Gary Geunbae Lee},
  journal={Multimedia Tools and Applications},
  year={2016},
  volume={76},
  pages={11377-11390}
}
This paper presents a system to detect multiple intents (MIs) in an input sentence when only single-intent (SI)-labeled training data are available. To solve the problem, this paper categorizes input sentences into three types and uses a two-stage approach in which each stage attempts to detect MIs in different types of sentences. In the first stage, the system generates MI hypotheses based on conjunctions in the input sentence, then evaluates the hypotheses and then selects the best one that… CONTINUE READING

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