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LINGUIST List 22.1414

Sat Mar 26 2011

Confs: Computational Ling, Text/Corpus Ling/France

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Message 1: Journée Atala
Date: 25-Mar-2011
From: Iris Taravella <iris.eshkoluniv-orleans.fr>
Subject: Journée Atala
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Journée Atala
Short Title: Annoter les Corpus Oraux

Date: 09-Apr-2011 - 09-Apr-2011
Location: Paris, France
Contact: Iris Eshkol-Taravella
Contact Email: iris.eshkoluniv-orleans.fr

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics; Text/Corpus Linguistics

Meeting Description:

Journée Atala:
'Annoter les corpus oraux'
Telecom ParisTech (46 rue Barrault, 75 013 Paris)

Les corpus oraux présentent des particularités difficilement prises en
compte par des analyseurs élaborés sur des données écrites : forte
variabilité, disfluences, syntaxe non canonique, notations fluctuantes etc. La
nécessité de développer des méthodes d'analyse qui s'ajustent à ces
particularités peut jouer sur l'adaptation d'outils existants par adjonction de
règles formelles qui prennent en compte les spécificités de l'oral, sur le
développement des conventions de transcription, l'adéquation aux corpus,
l'utilisation de méthodes statistiques dans l'apprentissage, par exemple
(liste non exhaustive). La journée prévue entend interroger l'ensemble de
ces méthodes et les choix possibles en prenant sa référence dans
l'annotation du corpus.

Maison de la Recherche
28, rue Serpente
75006 Paris

https://sites.google.com/site/annoterlescorpusoraux/home
Programme

9:00: Accueil

9:15: Edouard Geoffroy
(DGA - CTA/GIP)
'Besoins et enjeux de l'annotation de corpus de parole'

10 :00: Pause

10 :15: Anne Lacheret1, Paola Pietrandea2 et Anne Dister3 (1.U.Paris
Ouest Nanterre, Modyco ; 2.U.Roma III / Lattice / Modyco ; 3. Facultés
universitaires Saint-Louis et Université de Louvain)
« Annotation intonosyntaxique de corpus oraux »

10 :35: Iris Eshkol-Taravella1, Denis Maurel2, Isabelle Tellier3,
Nathalie Friburger2, Samer Taalab3 (Université d'Orléans, LLL; Université
de Tours, LI; Université d'Orléans, LIFO)
« Annoter ESLO1 par des cascades de transducteurs et par apprentissage
automatique »

10 :55: P. Blache, R. Bertrand, B. Bigi, R. Espesser, M. Guardiola & S.
Rauzy (LPL-CNRS, Université de Provence)
« Une expérience d'annotation à large échelle : le projet OTIM »

11 :15: Thierry Bazillon, Mélanie Deplano, Frédéric Béchet, Alexis Nasr (Aix
Marseille Université, LIF-CNRS, Marseille)
« EPAC et DECODA : deux corpus pour le traitement automatique de l'oral
spontané »

11 :35: Christophe Benzitoun, Lolita Bérard (Nancy Université & CNRS
ATILF)
« Annotation morphosyntaxique de corpus oraux : présentation d'une
expérience en cours »

11 :55: Discussion

12 :30: Pause déjeuner

14 :00: Anne Garcia-Fernandez (LIMSI-CNRS)
« Oral et écrit : quelles annotations pour une comparaison multimodale? »

14 :20: Martine Adda, Giles Adda, Philippe Boula-de-Mareuil, Claude
Barras, Patrick Paroubek (LIMSI-CNRS)
« Annoter les disfluences pour la transcription automatique »

14 :40: S. Bruxelles, C. Etienne, L. Mondada, F. Oloff, S. Teston, V.
Traverso (Groupe ICOR) (Laboratoire ICAR, Ecole Normale Supérieure de
Lyon)
« Les répétitions dans une interaction orale : définition et conception
d'un outil de détection automatique »

15 :00: Géraldine Chapuis1, Anne-Laure Daquo1, Chloé Clavel2
(1.VECSYS; 2.EDF - R&D ICAME)
« Annoter les disfluences dans les corpus oraux: enjeux applicatifs pour
le projet VoxFactory »

15 :20: Discussion

15 :45: Pause

16 :00: Emmanuel Schang1, Aurore Boyer 2,3, Judith Muzerelle 2,3, Jean-
Yves Antoine2, Denis Maurel2 (1.Université d'Orléans, LLL ; 2.Université
François Rabelais de Tours, LI ; 3.Université François Rabelais de Tours,
LLL)
« Constitution d'un corpus de parole spontané annoté en coréférences :
questions méthodologiques sur l'annotation et application à la validation de
théories linguistiques »

16 :20: Laurent Prévot, Roxane Bertrand, Philippe Blache
(LPL-CNRS, Université de Provence)
« Annotation discursive des corpus oraux : Questions et Réponses
(Partielles) »

16 :40: Ioana Vasilescu, Martine Adda-Decker, Sophie Rosset, Rena
Nemoto (LIMSI-CNRS)
« Analyses cross-linguistiques des hésitations vocaliques: des
paramètres acoustico-prosodiques aux fonctions discursives »

17 :00: Philippe Martin (EA 3967 Clillac-Arp, UFRL, Université Paris Diderot)
« Un système de transcription différentiel automatisé des contours
prosodiques »

17 :20: Discussion

17 :56: Clôture



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