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Spoken Corpora Good Practice Guide 2006

Abstract : There is currently a vast amount of fundamental or applied research, which is based on the exploitation of oral corpora (organized recorded collections of oral and multimodal language productions). Created as a result of linguists becoming aware of the importance to ensure the durability of sources and a diversified access to the oral documents they produce, this Guide to good practice mainly deals with “oral corpora”, created for and used by linguists. But the questions raised by the creation and documentary exploitation of these corpora can be found in numerous disciplines: ethnology, anthropology, sociology, psychology, demography, oral history notably use oral surveys, testimonies, interviews, life stories. Based on a linguistic approach, this Guide also touches on the preoccupations of other researchers who use oral corpora (for example in the field of speech synthesis and recognition), even if their specific needs aren’t consistently dealt with in the present document.
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Olivier Baude, Claire Blanche-Benveniste, Marie-France Calas, Paul Cappeau, Pascal Cordereix, et al.. Spoken Corpora Good Practice Guide 2006. 2010. ⟨halshs-01165893⟩



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