Search Results for author: Julie Hunter

Found 9 papers, 3 papers with code

Weakly supervised discourse segmentation for multiparty oral conversations

1 code implementation EMNLP 2021 Lila Gravellier, Julie Hunter, Philippe Muller, Thomas Pellegrini, Isabelle Ferrané

Discourse segmentation, the first step of discourse analysis, has been shown to improve results for text summarization, translation and other NLP tasks.

Discourse Segmentation Segmentation +3

FREDSum: A Dialogue Summarization Corpus for French Political Debates

1 code implementation8 Dec 2023 Virgile Rennard, Guokan Shang, Damien Grari, Julie Hunter, Michalis Vazirgiannis

In this paper, we present a dataset of French political debates for the purpose of enhancing resources for multi-lingual dialogue summarization.

Abstractive Text Summarization

The Claire French Dialogue Dataset

no code implementations28 Nov 2023 Julie Hunter, Jérôme Louradour, Virgile Rennard, Ismaïl Harrando, Guokan Shang, Jean-Pierre Lorré

We present the Claire French Dialogue Dataset (CFDD), a resource created by members of LINAGORA Labs in the context of the OpenLLM France initiative.

Limits for Learning with Language Models

no code implementations21 Jun 2023 Nicholas Asher, Swarnadeep Bhar, Akshay Chaturvedi, Julie Hunter, Soumya Paul

With the advent of large language models (LLMs), the trend in NLP has been to train LLMs on vast amounts of data to solve diverse language understanding and generation tasks.

Abstractive Meeting Summarization: A Survey

2 code implementations8 Aug 2022 Virgile Rennard, Guokan Shang, Julie Hunter, Michalis Vazirgiannis

A system that could reliably identify and sum up the most important points of a conversation would be valuable in a wide variety of real-world contexts, from business meetings to medical consultations to customer service calls.

Abstractive Dialogue Summarization Abstractive Text Summarization +2

Interpretive Blindness

no code implementations19 Oct 2021 Nicholas Asher, Julie Hunter

We model here an epistemic bias we call \textit{interpretive blindness} (IB).

Discourse Structure and Dialogue Acts in Multiparty Dialogue: the STAC Corpus

no code implementations LREC 2016 Nicholas Asher, Julie Hunter, Mathieu Morey, Benamara Farah, Stergos Afantenos

This paper describes the STAC resource, a corpus of multi-party chats annotated for discourse structure in the style of SDRT (Asher and Lascarides, 2003; Lascarides and Asher, 2009).

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