Corpus ID: 17019366

A Prosodic Corpus of Non-Native Speech

@inproceedings{Milde2002APC,
  title={A Prosodic Corpus of Non-Native Speech},
  author={Jan-Torsten Milde and Ulrike Gut},
  year={2002}
}
The paper describes the design and implementation of an XML-based corpus environment for prosodically annotated data. The TASX-environment (TASX: Time Aligned Signal data eXchange format) constitutes the technical basis for a corpus designed to explore the acquisition of prosody by second language learners. It supports all aspects of the corpus setup procedure: XML-based annotation of the speech data, all transformation of non XML-annotations, and the web-based analysis and dissemination of the… Expand

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