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Extraction et partitionnement pour la recherche de régularités : application à l’analyse de dialogues

Abstract : In the context of dialogue analysis, a corpus of dialogues can be represented as a set of arrays of annotations encoding the dialogue utterances. In order to identify the frequently used dialogue schemes, we design a two-step methodology in which recurrent patterns are first extracted and then partitioned into homogenous classes constituting the regularities. Two methods are developed to extract recurrent patterns: LPCA-DC and SABRE. The former is an adaptation of a dynamic programming algorithm whereas the latter is obtained from a formal modeling of the extraction of local alignment problem in annotations arrays.The partitioning of recurrent patterns is realised using various heuristics from the literature as well as two original formulations of the K-partitioning problem in the form of mixed integer linear programs. Throughout a polyhedral study of a polyhedron associated to these formulations, facets are characterized (in particular: 2-chorded cycle inequalities, 2-partition inequalities and general clique inequalities). These theoretical results allow the establishment of an efficient cutting plane algorithm.We developed a decision support software called VIESA which implements these different methods and allows their evaluation during two experiments realised by a psychologist. Thus, regularities corresponding to dialogical strategies that previous manual extractions failed to identify are obtained.
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Zacharie Alès. Extraction et partitionnement pour la recherche de régularités : application à l’analyse de dialogues. Mathématiques générales [math.GM]. INSA de Rouen, 2014. Français. ⟨NNT : 2014ISAM0015⟩. ⟨tel-01165590⟩



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