From perceptual designs to linguistic typology and automatic language identification : overview and perspectives

  title={From perceptual designs to linguistic typology and automatic language identification : overview and perspectives},
  author={Melissa Barkat-Defradas and Ioana Vasilescu},
This paper deals with the overview of the methods in perceptual language identification and the suggestion of a new approach based on a two-step methodology integrating to perception “genetic” considerations and resulting into the modeling of perceptually identified discriminative cues. The first study reported here concerns experimental designs for perceptual and automatic identification of the dialectal level of languages that are less represented in the literature although it is spoken on… CONTINUE READING


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