The NITE XML Toolkit: flexible annotation for multimodal language data.

@article{Carletta2003TheNX,
  title={The NITE XML Toolkit: flexible annotation for multimodal language data.},
  author={Jean Carletta and Stefan Evert and Ulrich Heid and Jonathan Kilgour and J. Robertson and Holger Voormann},
  journal={Behavior research methods, instruments, & computers : a journal of the Psychonomic Society, Inc},
  year={2003},
  volume={35 3},
  pages={353-63}
}
Multimodal corpora that show humans interacting via language are now relatively easy to collect. Current tools allow one either to apply sets of time-stamped codes to the data and consider their timing and sequencing or to describe some specific linguistic structure that is present in the data, built over the top of some form of transcription. To further our understanding of human communication, the research community needs code sets with both timings and structure, designed flexibly to address… CONTINUE READING
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