Deep Reinforcement Learning for Multi-Domain Dialogue Systems

26 Nov 2016Heriberto CuayáhuitlSeunghak YuAshley WilliamsonJacob Carse

Standard deep reinforcement learning methods such as Deep Q-Networks (DQN) for multiple tasks (domains) face scalability problems. We propose a method for multi-domain dialogue policy learning---termed NDQN, and apply it to an information-seeking spoken dialogue system in the domains of restaurants and hotels... (read more)

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