Analyses comparatives de productions écrites d'apprenants de français et de locuteurs francophones, à l'aide d'outils d'extraction automatique du langage

Abstract : New text analysis softwares issued from fields of research such as Machine Learning and Natural Languages Processing prove to be relevant tools for the language sciences. Littératron is a new data-processing tool for the automatic extraction of syntactic patterns, designed at LIP6 by Jean-Gabriel Ganascia. Associated with a linear text analyser, it reveals the stylistic peculiarities of a text.
We will see that Littératron carries out a linguistic diagnosis of learners if used in language sciences, especially in the field of acquisition of written French as a foreign language. The learner can be from a heterogeneous group (various language levels and various mother tongues) or from a homogeneous group (only one language level and one mother tongue, here, Arabic). The interest of this approach is related to three fields: first, language didactics, on a purely educational basis; next, computational linguistics; finally, computer-assisted learning.
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Isabelle Audras, Jean-Gabriel Ganascia. Analyses comparatives de productions écrites d'apprenants de français et de locuteurs francophones, à l'aide d'outils d'extraction automatique du langage. Apprentissage des Langues et Systèmes d'Information et de Communication, 2005, TAL (Traitement Automatique des Langues) et apprentissage des langues, 8 (numéro spécial ATALA), pp.81-94. ⟨edutice-00001439⟩

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