Influence du genre applicatif sur la réalisation des extractions en dialogue oral : constantes et variations

Jean-Yves Antoine 1 Jeanne Villaneau 2 Jérôme Goulian 3
Lab-STICC - Laboratoire des sciences et techniques de l'information, de la communication et de la connaissance
2 SEASIDE - SEarch, Analyze, Synthesize and Interact with Data Ecosystems
IRISA - Institut de Recherche en Informatique et Systèmes Aléatoires, UBS - Université de Bretagne Sud
Abstract : This paper presents a corpus study on word order variations (WOV) in spontaneous spoken French. We have studied several corpus of spoken dialogue dedicated to different tasks to assess the influence of the discourse context on WOVs. At first, we show how the contribution of pilot corpus studies should benefit to Natural Language Processing researches. Then, we present our methodology and the main results of this study. In particular, we observe that the task and the role of the speaker have no influence on WOVs, while the frequency of WOVs is on the contrary highly influenced by the degree of interactivity of the dialogues. These WOVs respect some noticeable structural regularities which are imposed by French ordering constraints. This is why we conclude that conversational spoken French must be still considered as a language with a rigid SVO ordering.
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Jean-Yves Antoine, Jeanne Villaneau, Jérôme Goulian. Influence du genre applicatif sur la réalisation des extractions en dialogue oral : constantes et variations. Langages, Armand Colin (Larousse jusqu'en 2003), 2012, pp.109-126. ⟨hal-00768591⟩



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