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Concordanciers : Thème et variations

Abstract : The computation of a concordance is usually determined by three parameters : the word (or linguistic pattern) to be found, the size of the context given for each token, and the way the extracts should be sorted in order to facilitate the analysis. The power of this technic lies in the visual effects it creates by aligning and grouping the contexts through the centered-column presentation and the sorting of the lines. These principles can be generalized and extended : the pattern to be found can be decomposed into several zones, and each of them can be aligned as a column, or/and can be sorted.
We illustrate these proposals by the implementation of a concordancer (KWAC-LLI) specialized for corpus linguistics in a distributional semantics approach. The corpus can be analysed according to four strategies, based on the syntagmatic or paradigmatic relation between predicates and arguments. The specialized concordancer tests two new features. The first one is a table which gives a global view of the concordance, with hypertext access to the detailed contexts. The second new feature is a linguistic sort, directly derived from the "classe d'objets" theory.
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Bénédicte Pincemin, Fabrice Issac, Marc Chanove, Michel Mathieu-Colas. Concordanciers : Thème et variations. 8es Journées internationales d'Analyse statistique des Données Textuelles (JADT 2006), Apr 2006, Besançon, France. pp.773-784. ⟨halshs-00154100⟩



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