Word and Dialogue Act Entrainment Analysis based on User Profile (bibtex)
by Masahiro Mizukami, David Traum, Koichiro Yoshino, Graham Neubig, Satoshi Nakamura
Abstract:
Patterns of dialogue act and word selection are observable in dialogue. Entrainment is the factor that might account for these patterns. We test the entrainment hypotheses using the switchboard corpus, comparing speech of different speakers from different parts of the dialogue, but also speech of the same speaker at different points. Our ⬚ndings replicate previous studies that dialogue participants converge toward each other in word choice, but we also investigate novel measures of entrainment of dialogue act selection, and word choice for speci⬚c dialogue acts. These studies inform a design for dialogue systems that would show human-like degrees of entrainment.
Reference:
Word and Dialogue Act Entrainment Analysis based on User Profile (Masahiro Mizukami, David Traum, Koichiro Yoshino, Graham Neubig, Satoshi Nakamura), In Proceedings of The 30th Annual Conference of the Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence, 2016.
Bibtex Entry:
@inproceedings{mizukami_word_2016,
	address = {Kitakyushu, Japan},
	title = {Word and {Dialogue} {Act} {Entrainment} {Analysis} based on {User} {Profile}},
	url = {https://kaigi.org/jsai/webprogram/2016/pdf/356.pdf},
	abstract = {Patterns of dialogue act and word selection are observable in dialogue. Entrainment is the factor that might account for these patterns. We test the entrainment hypotheses using the switchboard corpus, comparing speech of different speakers from different parts of the dialogue, but also speech of the same speaker at different points. Our ⬚ndings replicate previous studies that dialogue participants converge toward each other in word choice, but we also investigate novel measures of entrainment of dialogue act selection, and word choice for speci⬚c dialogue acts. These studies inform a design for dialogue systems that would show human-like degrees of entrainment.},
	booktitle = {Proceedings of {The} 30th {Annual} {Conference} of the {Japanese} {Society} for {Artificial} {Intelligence}},
	author = {Mizukami, Masahiro and Traum, David and Yoshino, Koichiro and Neubig, Graham and Nakamura, Satoshi},
	month = jun,
	year = {2016},
	keywords = {Virtual Humans}
}
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