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Corpus oraux glosés : outils logiciels d'aide à l'analyse

Abstract : Field linguistics and textual linguistics both work on written data. Field linguistics data is usually created through the analysis of oral recordings. The structure and the type of searches one may desire can be specific to aspects of sound or temporality. But apart from these few differences, the methods used to study this type of data have many points in common with those used in textual linguistics.
To illustrate these common points, we will examine several cases of recurrent tasks in field linguistics: morphemic analysis and glossing. We will see how recourse to the study of segments contexts (words, morphemes) given by concordances, or recourse to the calculation of the frequency of use of these units can help to carry out these tasks, or even partially automate them.
To finish, we will present a program designed to help gloss oral data by compiling, alongside the data, a lexicon of all the glosses already used. We will also examine how to use this tool to implement the methods cited above to optimize its usefulness for linguists.
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Michel Jacobson. Corpus oraux glosés : outils logiciels d'aide à l'analyse. 7èmes Journées internationales d'Analyse statistique des Données Textuelles -- Le poids des mots, Mar 2004, Louvain, Belgique. pp.625-632. ⟨halshs-00003993⟩