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Match Patterns

This capsule demonstrates how to use match patterns in your actions.

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Different goals for Bixby might take the same concept as an input but trigger different result views. The result views specify different match patterns.

In this sample capsule, which simulates a simple business search, there are five training samples with different goals:

UtteranceGoal
"call business"CallBusiness
"find a business"FindBusiness
"what are the categories"Business#categories
"what is the rating"Business#rating
"navigate there"NavigateThere

The FindBusiness action simply outputs a Business model, whose result is displayed by the Business_Result view.

After a business is found, "what are the categories" and "what is the rating" demonstrate property projection: the goals are properties of the Business model. This is demonstrated in the BusinessReview.dialog.bxb and BusinessCategories.dialog.bxb dialogs, which match on BusinessReview and BusinessCategory respectively, using from-property to indicate the concepts being matched are properties of Business.

// BusinessCategories.dialog.bxb
dialog (Result) {
match {
BusinessCategory (this) {
from-property: Business (business)
}
}
template("#{value(business.name)} has #{joinAs('value', this)}.")
}

The Business_Result_From_CallBusiness.view.bxb and Business_Result_From_NavigateThere.view.bxb views also use match patterns. Both match on the Business concept, but use from-output to specify different goals via property projection.

// Business_Result_From_NavigateThere.view.bxb
result-view {
match {
Business (business) {
from-output: NavigateThere
}
}
...
}