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Inverse reinforcement learning for modeling micro-turn taking

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Inverse reinforcement learning (IRL) is a technique for recovering a decision-making agent’s underlying reward function by observing its behaviour in interaction with a specific environmental model. The significance of IRL stems from its ability to solve problems in a diverse range of research areas where an agent’s behavior can be characterised by a reward function which reflects the agent’s objective and preferences. In this talk, we present an application of IRL to micro-turn interaction analysis, aiming at identifying the conversational agent’s objective in the turn-taking behavior and developing a micro-turn manager for incremental dialogue systems.

This talk is part of the CUED Speech Group Seminars series.

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