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README.md

Joint Online Spoken Language Understanding and Language Modeling with Recurrent Neural Networks

Tensorflow implementation of joint modeling of SLU (intent & slot filling) and LM with RNNs.

This package implements joint model Number 14 and 15 in Table 1 of the below reference paper [1], i.e. the joint model with recurrent (& local) intent + slot label context. The other joint models in the paper can be made with simple modifications of generate_encoder_output.py and seq_labeling.py.

Setup

Usage:

data_dir=data/ATIS_samples
model_dir=model_tmp
max_sequence_length=50  # max length for train/valid/test sequence
use_local_context=False # boolean, whether to use local context
DNN_at_output=True # boolean, set to True to use one hidden layer DNN at task output

python run_rnn_joint.py --data_dir $data_dir \
      --train_dir   $model_dir\
      --max_sequence_length $max_sequence_length \
      --use_local_context $use_local_context \
      --DNN_at_output $DNN_at_output

Reference

[1] Bing Liu, Ian Lane, "Joint Online Spoken Language Understanding and Language Modeling with Recurrent Neural Networks", SIGdial, 2016 (PDF)

@InProceedings{liu-lane:2016:SIGDIAL,
  author    = {Liu, Bing  and  Lane, Ian},
  title     = {Joint Online Spoken Language Understanding and Language Modeling With Recurrent Neural Networks},
  booktitle = {Proceedings of the 17th Annual Meeting of the Special Interest Group on Discourse and Dialogue},
  month     = {September},
  year      = {2016},
  address   = {Los Angeles},
  publisher = {Association for Computational Linguistics},
  pages     = {22--30},
  url       = {http://www.aclweb.org/anthology/W16-3603}
}

Contact

Feel free to email liubing@cmu.edu for any pertinent questions/bugs regarding the code.

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