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Empirical Verification of Adjacency Pairs Using Dialogue Segmentation
"... A problem in dialogue research is that of finding and managing expectations. Adjacency pair theory has widespread acceptance, but traditional classification features (in particular, ‘previoustag’ type features) do not exploit this information optimally. We suggest a method of dialogue segmentation ..."
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A problem in dialogue research is that of finding and managing expectations. Adjacency pair theory has widespread acceptance, but traditional classification features (in particular, ‘previoustag’ type features) do not exploit this information optimally. We suggest a method of dialogue segmentation
GRAPHS WITH MAXIMAL NUMBER OF ADJACENT PAIRS OF EDGES By
"... Let G, s denote an undirected graph (without loops and multiple edges) with n vertices and N edges. P(C~) shall count the number of pairs of different edges which have a common vertex and finally f(n, N) is defined by (1.1) f(n, N) = max p(GN,), ..."
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Let G, s denote an undirected graph (without loops and multiple edges) with n vertices and N edges. P(C~) shall count the number of pairs of different edges which have a common vertex and finally f(n, N) is defined by (1.1) f(n, N) = max p(GN,),
Equidistribution of Descents, Adjacent Pairs, and PlaceValue Pairs on Permutations
"... An (X, Y)descent in a permutation is a pair of adjacent elements such that the first element is from X, the second element is from Y, and the first element is greater than the second one. An (X, Y)adjacency in a permutation is a pair of adjacent elements such that the first one is from X and the s ..."
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An (X, Y)descent in a permutation is a pair of adjacent elements such that the first element is from X, the second element is from Y, and the first element is greater than the second one. An (X, Y)adjacency in a permutation is a pair of adjacent elements such that the first one is from X
Possible Strategies for Listening Comprehension: Applying the Concepts of Conversational Implicature and Adjacency Pairs to Understand Speaker Intention in the TOEFL Listening Section
, 2009
"... Matsuoka, Y. (2009). Possible strategies for listening comprehension: Applying the concepts of conversational implicature and adjacency pairs to understand speaker intention in the ..."
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Matsuoka, Y. (2009). Possible strategies for listening comprehension: Applying the concepts of conversational implicature and adjacency pairs to understand speaker intention in the
PACLIC 28!479 Adjacency Pair Recognition in Wikipedia Discussions using Lexical Pairs
"... Adjacency pair recognition, a necessary component of discussion thread reconstruction, is the task of recognizing replyto relations between pairs of discussion turns. Previously, dialogue act classification and metadatabased features have been shown useful in adjacency pair recognition. However, ..."
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Adjacency pair recognition, a necessary component of discussion thread reconstruction, is the task of recognizing replyto relations between pairs of discussion turns. Previously, dialogue act classification and metadatabased features have been shown useful in adjacency pair recognition. However
1 AN EFFECTIVE APPLICATION OF CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION USING ADJACENCY PAIRS AND A DISCOURSE STACK FOR SPEECHACT CLASSIFICATION
"... A speechact is a linguistic action intended by a speaker. Speechact classification is essential to the generation and understanding of utterances within any natural language dialogue system as the speech act of an utterance is closely tied to a user intention. Lexical information provides the most ..."
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the most crucial clue for speechact classification, and contextual information offers additional complementary clues. In this study, we concentrate on how to effectively utilize contextual information for speechact classification. Our proposed model exploits adjacency pairs and a discourse stack to apply
Equidistribution of (X,Y)descents, (X, Y)adjacent pairs, and (X,Y)placevalue pairs on permutations
, 2009
"... An (X,Y)descent in a permutation is a pair of adjacent elements such that the first element is from X, the second element is from Y, and the first element is greater than the second one. An (X,Y)adjacency in a permutation is a pair of adjacent elements such that the first one is from X and the sec ..."
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An (X,Y)descent in a permutation is a pair of adjacent elements such that the first element is from X, the second element is from Y, and the first element is greater than the second one. An (X,Y)adjacency in a permutation is a pair of adjacent elements such that the first one is from X
A Parametric Texture Model based on Joint Statistics of Complex Wavelet Coefficients
 INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMPUTER VISION
, 2000
"... We present a universal statistical model for texture images in the context of an overcomplete complex wavelet transform. The model is parameterized by a set of statistics computed on pairs of coefficients corresponding to basis functions at adjacent spatial locations, orientations, and scales. We de ..."
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We present a universal statistical model for texture images in the context of an overcomplete complex wavelet transform. The model is parameterized by a set of statistics computed on pairs of coefficients corresponding to basis functions at adjacent spatial locations, orientations, and scales. We
Adjacency Concept for Pairs of Natural Numbers
, 1997
"... First, we introduce the concept of adjacency for a pair of natural numbers. Second, we extend the concept for two pairs of natural numbers. The pairs represent points of a lattice in a plane. We show that if some property is infectious among adjacent points, and some points have the property, then ..."
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First, we introduce the concept of adjacency for a pair of natural numbers. Second, we extend the concept for two pairs of natural numbers. The pairs represent points of a lattice in a plane. We show that if some property is infectious among adjacent points, and some points have the property
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