Corpus Transcription phonétique des grands corpus littéraires. Les règles du jeu

Abstract : Phonetic Transcription of Large Literary Corpora. The Rules of the Game The improvement of the phonetizers makes it possible today to consider the phonetic transcription of large textual sets and, consequently, to give stylometry new capacities in the field of the analysis of the sound effects. This article shows, on the example of a study of The Rule of the Game of Michel Leiris carried out using LAIPTTS-SpeechMill (University of Lausanne) and Mbrola (Polytechnic Faculty of Mons), which procedures and which precautions should be observed. The location and the study of alliterations and assonances, the homophones, the determination of the phonic tonality of parts of the text show both the prospects and the limits of this type of approach of the literary text.
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Michel Bernard. Corpus Transcription phonétique des grands corpus littéraires. Les règles du jeu. Corpus, Bases, Corpus, Langage - UMR 7320, 2006, ⟨http://corpus.revues.org/474⟩. ⟨hal-01412311⟩

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