Dialogue Coherence Assessment Without Explicit Dialogue Act Labels

ACL 2020 Mohsen MesgarSebastian BückerIryna Gurevych

Recent dialogue coherence models use the coherence features designed for monologue texts, e.g. nominal entities, to represent utterances and then explicitly augment them with dialogue-relevant features, e.g., dialogue act labels. It indicates two drawbacks, (a) semantics of utterances is limited to entity mentions, and (b) the performance of coherence models strongly relies on the quality of the input dialogue act labels... (read more)

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