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Example 1 (here, same utterance 'Yeah' has different dialogue acts based on different context)
Example 2 (rare dialogue act recognition, , such as Negative Answer or Agree/Accept)
Example 3 (saying 'What?' after a question, may be the question was not interpretable or understandable)

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Summary of Discourse Analysis

Non-context Model Context-based Model
ID Utterances Dialogue Acts (conf.) Dialogue Acts (conf.)
utt1:-> So it's interesting, though. Statement [sv (0.938)] NotEnoughContext
utt2:-> It's a very complex, uh, situation to go into space. Statement [sv (0.823)] NotEnoughContext
utt3:-> Oh, yeah. Backward Function [b (0.825)] Backward Function [b (0.476)]
utt4:-> You never think about that, do you really? Questions [qy (0.893)] Questions [qy (0.958)]
utt5:-> Yeah. Backward Function [b (0.865)] Answers [ny (0.742)]
utt6:-> I would think it would be harder to get up than it would be.. Statement [sv (0.94)] Statement [sv (0.986)]
utt7:-> Yeah. Backward Function [b (0.867)] Backward Function [b (0.886)]

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Non-context Model Context-based Model
ID Utterances Higher DA Dialogue Acts (conf.) Higher DA Dialogue Acts (conf.)
utt1:-> So it's interesting, though. Statement ['sv (0.938)', 'sv (0.708)'] NotEnoughContext ['NotEnoughContext']
utt2:-> It's a very complex, uh, situation to go into space. Statement ['sv (0.823)', 'sv (0.534)'] NotEnoughContext ['NotEnoughContext']
utt3:-> Oh, yeah. Backward Function ['b (0.825)', 'b (0.434)'] Backward Function ['b (0.476)', 'b (0.733)', 'b (0.633)']
utt4:-> You never think about that, do you really? Questions ['qy (0.893)', 'qy (0.985)'] Questions ['qy (0.958)', 'qy (0.995)', 'qy (0.744)']
utt5:-> Yeah. Backward Function ['b (0.865)', 'b (0.623)'] Answers ['ny (0.742)', 'ny (0.839)', 'ny (0.766)']
utt6:-> I would think it would be harder to get up than it would be.. Statement ['sv (0.94)', 'sv (0.883)'] Statement ['sv (0.986)', 'sv (0.849)', 'sv (0.878)']
utt7:-> Yeah. Backward Function ['b (0.867)', 'b (0.624)'] Backward Function ['b (0.886)', 'b (0.819)', 'b (0.779)']

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You can try any text-utterances, these examples might help you to understand what you should expect from the demo of dialogue acts recognition. For more detail and examples of the dialogue act classes please see WS-97 Switchboard DAMSL Coders Manual.

Dialogue Act Utterance
Statement-opinion I think it's great.
Statement-non-opinion Me, I'm in the legal department.
Agree/Accept That's exactly it.
Appreciation I can imagine.
Yes-No-Question Do you have to have any special training?
Wh-Question What is your aim?
No Answer No.
Hedge I don't know.
Opening Function Hello or Hi
Closing Function Bye bye. or Well, it's been nice talking to you.

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Examples: these examples are taken from the Switchboard DA Corpus

Example 1
Dialogue Acts Utterances
Statement-non-opinion
Statement-non-opinion
Backchannel
Statement-non-opinion
Backchannel
Statement-opinion
Backchannel
Yes-No Question
Negative Answer
Statement-non-opinion
Agree/Accept
Right and their insight.
But the media insight, as you said, I just kind of read and kind of be aware.
Yeah.
and then, uh, I don't like to make a whole lot of, uh, judgment myself.
Yeah.
unless things are so absolutely out of whack that, uh, -
Okay
All right, well, do you play any musical instruments ?
No, I don't play any. I used to.
Oh well, I think everybody took piano lessons.
Everybody, sure.
Example 2
Dialogue Acts Utterances
Backchannel
Statement-non-opinion
Abandoned/Statement
Backchannel
Abandoned/Statement
Statement-opinion
Agree/Accept
Yes-No Question
Yes-Answer
Statement-opinion
Backchannel
Uh-huh.
About twelve foot in diameter
and, there is a lot of pressure to get that much weight up in the air.
Oh, yeah.
So it's interesting, though.
It's a very complex, uh, situation to go into space.
Oh, yeah,
You never think about that, do you really?
Yeah.
I would think it would be harder to get up than it would be
Yeah.
Example 3
Dialogue Acts Utterances
Hedge
Wh-Question
Uninterpretable/Signal-non-understand
Wh-Question
Statement-non-opinion
Backchannel
I don't know,
Where did you go?
What?
Where did you go?
I went to University.
Uh-huh.
Example 4
Dialogue Acts Utterances
Conv. Opening
Conv. Opening
Wh-Question
Statement-non-opinion
Open-Question
Statement-non-opinion
Acknowledge Ans
Hi.
Hello.
So what did you do during the weekend?
Nothing much!
What about you?
Same here.
Okay.

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