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A DATABASE OVERVIEW

A DATABASE OVERVIEW Table 6: Searchable fields in the database of packages Field PRICE MAX PRICE MIN DESTINATION CITY MAX DURATION NUM ADULTS NUM CHILDREN START DATE END DATE ARE DATES FLEXIBLE ORIGIN CITY Description Maximum price the user is willing to pay Minimum price defined by the user Destination city Maximum number of days for the trip Number of adults Number of children Start date for the trip End date for the trip Boolean value indicating whether or not the user’s dates are flexible. If True, then the search is broadened to 2 days before START DATE and 2 days after END DATE. Origin city Table 7: Non-searchable fields in the database of packages Field Global Properties PRICE DURATION Hotel Properties NAME COUNTRY CATEGORY CITY GUEST RATING BREAKFAST, PARKING, WIFI, GYM, SPA PARK, MUSEUM, BEACH, SHOPPING, MARKET, AIRPORT, UNIVERSITY, MALL, CATHEDRAL, DOWNTOWN, PALACE, THEATRE Flights Properties SEAT DEPARTURE DATE DEP DEPARTURE DATE ARR DEPARTURE TIME DEP ARRIVAL TIME DEP DEP AIRP ARR AIRP DEPARTURE TIME ARR ARRIVAL TIME ARR DURATION DEP DURATION ARR Description Price of the trip including flights and hotel Duration of the trip Name of the hotel Country where the hotel is located Rating of the hotel (in number of stars) City where the hotel is located Rating of the hotel by guests (in number of stars) Boolean value indicating whether or not the hotel offers this amenity. Boolean value indicating whether or not the hotel is in the vicinity of one of these. Seat type (economy or business) Date of departure to destination Date of return flight Time of departure to destination Time of arrival to destination Airport in origin city Airport in destination city Time of departure from destination Time of arrival to origin city Duration of flight to destination Duration of return flight 16

B DIALOGUE ACTS AND SLOT TYPES Table 8: List of dialogue acts in the annotation of Frames Dialogue Act Speaker Description inform User/Wizard Inform a slot value offer Wizard Offer a package to the user request User/Wizard Ask for the value of a particular slot switch frame User Switch to a frame suggest Wizard Suggest a slot value or package that does not match the user’s constraints no result Wizard Tell the user that the database returned no results thankyou User/Wizard Thank the other speaker sorry Wizard Apologize to the user greeting User/Wizard Greet the other speaker affirm User/Wizard Affirm something said by the other speaker negate User/Wizard Negate something said by the other speaker confirm User/Wizard Ask the other speaker to confirm a given slot value moreinfo User Ask for more information on a given set of results goodbye User/Wizard Say goodbye to the other speaker request alts User Ask for other possibilities request compare User Ask the wizard to compare packages hearmore Wizard Ask the user if she’d like to hear more about a given package you are welcome Wizard Tell the user she is welcome canthelp Wizard Tell the user you cannot answer her request reject Wizard Tell the user you did not understand what she meant Table 9: List of slot types not present in the database Slot Type count count amenities count name count dst city count seat count category id vicinity amenities ref anaphora impl anaphora ref read write intent action Description Number of different packages Number of amenities Number of different hotels Number of destination cities Number of seat options (for flights) Number of star ratings Id of the frame created (for offers and suggestions) Vicinity of the hotel Amenities of the hotel Words used to refer to a frame e.g., “the second package‘ Used when a slot type is not specifically mentionned e.g., “What is the price for Rio?”...“And for Cleveland?” Id of the frame that the speaker is referring to Reads slot values specified in another frame and writes them in the current frame Writes slot values in a given frame User intent (e.g., book) Wizard action (e.g., book) 17

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