LINGUIST List 12.909

Sun Apr 1 2001

Qs: French Database/Children, Phonological Parsers

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  1. Julie Franck, French database of children's oral productions
  2. Alain Th�riault, Online phonological parsers

Message 1: French database of children's oral productions

Date: Fri, 30 Mar 2001 15:28:52 +0200
From: Julie Franck <franckexco.ucl.ac.be>
Subject: French database of children's oral productions

Dear all,
I am starting a post-doctorate research project on langage development 
(French), with a special interest in children with specific language 
impairment. Having worked until now on adults' oral production, I am now 
confronted to a big problem which I did not expect: there is no 'public' 
data base containg word frequencies in children oral productions. Does 
anybody who read this mail know about such a French data base?
Thank you in advance for your help.
Julie Franck



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Julie Franck
Laboratoire de psycholinguistique experimentale
Universite de Geneve, FAPSE
40, Boulevard du Pont d'Arve
1205 Geneve
Suisse
tel: 41227059157
fax: 41227059129
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Message 2: Online phonological parsers

Date: Fri, 30 Mar 2001 14:35:37 -0400
From: Alain Th�riault <theriaalMAGELLAN.UMontreal.CA>
Subject: Online phonological parsers

Dear fellow members
	I am presently attached with a NLP research group. I am 
looking for online parsers and other phonological online 
implementations along with their documentation. I have already taken 
a good look at the implementation page of the SIGPHON page at 
http://www.cogsci.ed.ac.uk/sigphon/CPsystems.html If you know of a 
parser, or any other phonological implementation that you know is not 
on the SIGPHON page, I would greatly appreciate it.

Thanks

Alain Th�riault
Ph.D. Student (Linguistics)
Unviersit� de Montr�al,
Research Fellow
Concordia University
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