Transfer of Corpus-Specific Dialogue Act Annotation to ISO Standard: Is it worth it?

LREC 2016 Shammur Absar ChowdhuryEvgeny StepanovGiuseppe Riccardi

Spoken conversation corpora often adapt existing Dialogue Act (DA) annotation specifications, such as DAMSL, DIT++, etc., to task specific needs, yielding incompatible annotations; thus, limiting corpora re-usability. Recently accepted ISO standard for DA annotation {--} Dialogue Act Markup Language (DiAML) {--} is designed as domain and application independent... (read more)

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