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G4: Grounding-guided Goal-oriented Dialogues Generation with Multiple Documents

Shiwei Zhang, Yiyang Du, Guanzhong Liu, Zhao Yan, Yunbo Cao
2022 Proceedings of the Second DialDoc Workshop on Document-grounded Dialogue and Conversational Question Answering   unpublished
Goal-oriented dialogues generation grounded in multiple documents(MultiDoc2Dial) is a challenging and realistic task.  ...  We propose a three-stage solution, Grounding-guided goal-oriented dialogues generation(G4), which predicts groundings from retrieved passages to guide the generation of the final response.  ...  ., 2021) , a new task and dataset on modeling goal-oriented dialogues grounded in multiple documents, which contains 29748 queries in 4796 dialogues grounded in 488 documents.  ... 
doi:10.18653/v1/2022.dialdoc-1.11 fatcat:364fkwnjx5fkta5zjt2rpry7aq

A "Bird's Eye View" on Communication Acts in a Classroom of Low Literacy Adults

Carlos Luís, Helena Afonso, Maria José Marcelino
2021 International Journal on Integrating Technology in Education  
This paper starts by discussing the relevance of dialogues in Adult Education and Training courses with low levels of literacy.  ...  Based on a mixed methods, applied to a convenience sample, we used an ethnographic approach, and the Grounded Theory Methodology.  ...  B -Build on ideas B1 0 2 0 2 Total 0 2 0 2 G -Guide direction of dialogue or activity G2 1 4 0 5 G3 5 13 2 16 G4 1 6 1 7 G5 1 6 0 14 Total 8 29 3 42 I -Invite  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijite.2021.10204 fatcat:nuhkwo4n7jhatafsgbt5trpgcq

Developing and applying a deductive coding framework to assess the goals of Citizen/Community Jury deliberations

Anna Mae Scott, Rebecca Sims, Chris Degeling, Stacy Carter, Rae Thomas
2019 Health Expectations  
generally  ...  It is a potential limitation that the six goals considered here have been derived from two key documents, 4, 5 as this leaves open the possibility that additional goals, considered elsewhere in the literature  ... 
doi:10.1111/hex.12880 pmid:30864216 pmcid:PMC6543138 fatcat:ogfu47bz4zgdbkg5iscsk6owda

Stakeholder engagement and dialogic accounting

Marco Bellucci, Lorenzo Simoni, Diletta Acuti, Giacomo Manetti
2019 Accounting Auditing & Accountability Journal  
Findings Companies often commit themselves to two-way dialogue with their stakeholders, but fully developed frameworks for DA are rare.  ...  An explicit goal of DA is to compare multiple/conflicting viewpoints, rather than settle on a single perspective (Leach et al., 2010; Stirling, 2008) .  ...  What are the most common reasons for ending dialogue on an unresolved issue with a stakeholder or a group of stakeholders?  ... 
doi:10.1108/aaaj-09-2017-3158 fatcat:uaizvu4t7raopgj7hqa7djhfqa

Do you need general principles or concrete heuristics?

Stefan Cronholm, Vince Bruno
2008 Proceedings of the 20th Australasian Conference on Computer-Human Interaction Designing for Habitus and Habitat - OZCHI '08  
The higher levels contain more general formulated criteria while the lower levels consist of more concrete formulated criteria. General formulated criteria provide more of a vision or a goal.  ...  The criteria proposed by Kärkkäinen & Laarni [3] are mainly general or oriented towards the informing phase.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1517744.1517779 dblp:conf/ozchi/CronholmB08 fatcat:rrwdqcvizveh3bzjsfb34piu3m

Investigating how university students collaborate to compose physics problems through structured tasks

Javier Pulgar, Valentina Fahler, Alexis Spina
2021 Physical Review Physics Education Research  
However, due to their constrained nature, these problems hinder collaboration and idea generation.  ...  Further, participants valued the openended nature of the task and recognized its benefits in utilizing physics ideas into context, which in turn enabled collaboration in a way not experienced by them with  ...  Collaboration allowed students to negotiate, address and make decisions regarding a multiplicity of choices, and it fostered the process of idea generation.  ... 
doi:10.1103/physrevphyseducres.17.010120 fatcat:3drdxg2ibfc2lombj32hsanpda

CLASSROOM ACTS ON LOW LITERACY ADULTS EDUCATION SETTINGS

Carlos Luís, Helena Afonso, Maria José Marcelino
2021 Zenodo  
This paper starts by discussing the relevance of dialogues in Adult Education and Training courses with low levels of literacy.  ...  Based on a mixed methods, applied to a convenience sample, we used an ethnographic approach, and the Grounded Theory Methodology.  ...  However, this did not happen in the second group, where the CA G -Guide direction of dialogue or activity (48%) played a leading role, followed by the RD -Reflect on dialogue or activity (20%).  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4812246 fatcat:cautndch3zh3vf76yyw3fdwbha

The Involvement of Real Estate Companies in Sustainable Development—An Analysis from the SDGs Reporting Perspective

Ionașcu, Mironiuc, Anghel, Huian
2020 Sustainability  
In addition, we evaluated, based on a quality score, the depth with which the entities report their sustainability commitments.  ...  transparency has become the new paradigm of economic activities, we set out to analyse the extent to which the EU real estate companies legitimise their role in society through the sustainable development goals  ...  values, dialogue with stakeholders, economic, social and environmental priorities and corporate governance.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12030798 fatcat:lhyjjlfokbetjk3f2abnbdrtrq

Tensions in Aspirational CSR Communication—A Longitudinal Investigation of CSR Reporting

Lisa Koep
2017 Sustainability  
The discursive analysis is complemented with findings from seven in-depth interviews with Nestlé senior managers and external non-governmental organisation (NGO) stakeholders to provide insights into the  ...  While the transformative capacity of aspirational talk and discursive opening has been highlighted in previous conceptual studies [6,8], research has yet to account fully for the dynamics of using future-oriented  ...  goals and integrate multiple voices [53, 54] simultaneously.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su9122202 fatcat:zhqnx5qud5hfpodimh2xubaz7a

Tensions and interplay: A qualitative study of access to patient-centered birth counseling of maternal cesarean requests in Norway

Kristiane Tislevoll Eide, Nils-Halvdan Morken, Kristine Bærøe
2020 Midwifery  
Dialogue-based decision-making and midwife-led care may improve satisfaction of care, enhance spontaneous vaginal deliveries and avoid future conflicts.  ...  Norway and focus group discussions with 20 caregivers (9 midwives and 11 obstetricians) employed at the same hospital.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank the informants of this study, those who helped with recruitment and the Global Health Priorities research group for feedback on the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.midw.2020.102764 pmid:32534254 fatcat:5fxgin7wa5dj5mlbwsuhwgpa5i

Urban Water Governance and Learning—Time for More Systemic Approaches?

Åse Johannessen, Erik Mostert
2020 Sustainability  
Additionally, the focus is often on how social learning can contribute to progress with little attention being paid to barriers to learning.  ...  The results found three types of barriers contributing to this: systemic (disconnecting parts with the whole); opacity (reducing communication between error detection and correction); and process-related  ...  The many policy documents produced by each silo overlap, resulting in many goal conflicts.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12176916 fatcat:koqrir6h5nf3hn7n3jgdosmxte

From flexibility to specificity: practical lessons from comparing materiality in sustainability reports of the world's largest financial institutions

Liad Ortar
2016 International Journal of Corporate Strategy and Social Responsibility  
The examination is based on grounded theory and an analysis of a sample of non-financial reporting practices with regard to their actual use and presentation of materiality.  ...  In sustainability reporting, materiality entails a different and a more stakeholder's oriented process.  ...  In general, we may categorise the guiding organisations as those whose main goal is shaping sustainability reporting and transparency, and those used as managerial/internal tools.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijcssr.2016.077547 fatcat:jrzh6fio45hpvesesgwck6iem4

D1.3 –Interim project report

Luís Sousa, André Fernandes
2021 Zenodo  
Closing the presentation, G4S pointed out the initial goals and next steps.  ...  Together with G4S, it was evaluated which preliminary work on the part of G4S could already be used to implement components of the PAM.  ...  In this first prototype, based on the analysis results of the Threat Objects Fusion Toolset, a confidence level will be exposed to the end users in order to proceed with further actions.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5598989 fatcat:pp2wgw6pmnaebp6gne2v53b5mi

Do industrial companies respond to the guiding principles of the Integrated Reporting framework? A preliminary study on the first companies joined to the initiative

Mercedes Ruiz-Lozano, Pilar Tirado-Valencia
2016 Revista de Contabilidad - Spanish Accounting Review  
being the G4 (GRI, 2013).  ...  61.5% Consistency and comparability 68.3% Average General Index 65% Table 2 Items with higher frequencies (> 85%).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.rcsar.2016.02.001 fatcat:ks4vtvdwrbdrzdoqcp6xhfln4q

DialDoc 2022 Shared Task: Open-Book Document-grounded Dialogue Modeling

Song Feng, Siva Patel, Hui Wan
2022 Proceedings of the Second DialDoc Workshop on Document-grounded Dialogue and Conversational Question Answering   unpublished
The primary goal of this Shared Task is to build goal-oriented informationseeking conversation systems that are grounded in the domain documents, where each dialogue could correspond to multiple sub-goals  ...  The task is to generate agent responses in natural language given the dialogue and document contexts.  ...  The Shared Task aims to deal with the information-seeking goal-oriented dialogues that have multiple sub-goals corresponding to different documents.  ... 
doi:10.18653/v1/2022.dialdoc-1.18 fatcat:bry7ivuyrnavzcopzryxamh3ri
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