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Rhapsodie: a Prosodic-Syntactic Treebank for Spoken French

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Rhapsodie: a Prosodic-Syntactic Treebank for Spoken French
 

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Lacheret, Anne (auteur)
 
Kahane, Sylvain (auteur)
 
Beliao, Beliao (auteur)
 
Dister, Anne (auteur)
 
Gerdes, Kim (auteur)
 
Goldman, Jean-Philippe (auteur)
 

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Reykjavik, Iceland , 2014
 

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spoken French Treebank   prosodic annotation   syntactic annotation
 

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The main objective of the Rhapsodie project (ANR Rhapsodie 07 Corp-030-01) was to define rich, explicit, and reproducible schemes for the annotation of prosody and syntax in different genres (± spontaneous, ± planned, face-to-face interviews vs. broadcast, etc.), in order to study the prosody/syntax/discourse interface in spoken French, and their roles in the segmentation of speech into discourse units (Lacheret, Kahane, & Pietrandrea forthcoming). We here describe the deliverable, a syntactic and prosodic treebank of spoken French, composed of 57 short samples of spoken French (5 minutes long on average, amounting to 3 hours of speech and 33000 words), orthographically and phonetically transcribed. The transcriptions and the annotations are all aligned on the speech signal: phonemes, syllables, words, speakers, overlaps. This resource is freely available at www.projet-rhapsodie.fr. The sound samples (wav/mp3), the acoustic analysis (original F0 curve manually corrected and automatic stylized F0, pitch format), the orthographic transcriptions (txt), the microsyntactic annotations (tabular format), the macrosyntactic annotations (txt, tabular format), the prosodic annotations (xml, textgrid, tabular format), and the metadata (xml and html) can be freely downloaded under the terms of the Creative Commons licence Attribution - Noncommercial - Share Alike 3.0 France. The metadata are encoded in the IMDI-CMFI format and can be parsed on line.
 

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Contribution au colloque ou congrès : Language Resources and Evaluation Conference
 

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2014-03-26 01:00:00
 

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