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Task-oriented dialog systems rely on dialog state tracking (DST) to monitor the user's goal during the course of an interaction. Multi-domain and open-vocabulary settings complicate the task considerably and demand scalable solutions. In this paper we present a new approach to DST which makes use of various copy mechanisms to fill slots with values. Our model has no need to maintain a list of candidate values. Instead, all values are extracted from the dialog context on-the-fly. A slot isarXiv:2005.02877v4 fatcat:orsm7vd4j5hpdkcl5sucvu6ms4