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Design and Evaluation of Shared Prosodic Annotation for Spontaneous French Speech: From Expert Knowledge to Non-Expert Annotation

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Design and Evaluation of Shared Prosodic Annotation for Spontaneous French Speech: From Expert Knowledge to Non-Expert Annotation
 

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Lacheret, Anne (auteur)
 
Obin, Nicolas (auteur)
 
Avanzi, Mathieu (auteur)
 

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2010
 

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In the area of large French speech corpora, there is a demonstrated need for a common prosodic notation system allowing for easy data exchange, comparison, and automatic annotation. The major questions are: (1) how to develop a single simple scheme of prosodic transcription which could form the basis of guidelines for non-expert manual annotation (NEMA), used for linguistic teaching and research; (2) based on this NEMA, how to establish reference prosodic corpora (RPC) for different discourse genres; (3) how to use the RPC to develop corpus-based learning methods for automatic prosodic labelling in spontaneous speech. This paper presents two pilot experiments conducted with a consortium of 15 French experts in prosody in order to provide a prosodic transcription framework (transcription methodology and transcription reliability measures) and to establish reference prosodic corpora in French.
 

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Contribution au colloque ou congrès : Linguistic Annotation Workshop
 

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2011-06-30 02:00:00
 

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