iPhocomp : calcul automatique de l’indice de complexité phonétique de Jakielski

Abstract : The index of phonetic complexity was introduced by Jakielski in order to estimate the difficulty to pronounce some words in English. Comparative studies about several language pathologies, in several languages, have observed distinct behavior among the studied subjects facing words with various phonetic complexity indices. We provide a web interface based on a phonetic dictionary to automatically estimate the phonetic complexity index of a set of words in French: iPhocomp. We compare the human computation of this index with the automatic computation provided by iPhocomp in order to estimate the performance of the interface.
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Hyeran Lee, Philippe Gambette, Melissa Barkat-Defradas. iPhocomp : calcul automatique de l’indice de complexité phonétique de Jakielski. JEP 2014, XXXè édition des Journées d'Etudes sur la Parole, Jun 2014, Le Mans, France. pp.622-630, 2014, Actes de la XXXe édition des Journées d'Etudes sur la Parole. ⟨hal-01277047⟩

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