Automatic Treatment and Analysis of Learner Corpus Data

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| University of Granada
| University of Paris Diderot
| University of Birmingham
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This book is a critical appraisal of recent developments in corpus linguistics for the analysis of written and spoken learner data. The twelve papers cover an introductory critical appraisal of learner corpus data compilation and development (section 1); issues in data compilation, annotation and exchangeability (section 2); automatic approaches to data identification and analysis (section 3); and analysis of learner corpus data in the light of recent models of data analysis and interpretation, especially recent automatic approaches for the identification of learner language features (section 4). This collection is aimed at students and researchers of corpus linguistics, second language acquisition studies and quantitative linguistics. It will significantly advance learner corpus research in terms of methodological innovation and will fill in an important gap in the development of multidisciplinary approaches (for learner corpus studies).
[Studies in Corpus Linguistics, 59]  2013.  vi, 314 pp.
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Table of Contents
Section 1. Introduction
Introduction
Nicolas Ballier, Ana Díaz-Negrillo and Paul Thompson
3–8
Learner corpora: Looking towards the future
Ana Díaz-Negrillo and Paul Thompson
9–30
Section 2. Compilation, annotation and exchangeability of learner corpus data
Developing corpus interoperability for phonetic investigation of learner corpora
Nicolas Ballier and Philippe Martin
33–64
Learner corpora and second language acquisition: The design and collection of CEDEL2
Cristóbal Lozano and Amaya Mendikoetxea
65–100
Competing target hypotheses in the Falko corpus: A flexible multi-layer corpus architecture
Marc Reznicek, Anke Lüdeling and Hagen Hirschmann
101–124
Section 3. Automatic approaches to the identification of learner language features in learner corpus data
Using learner corpora for automatic error detection and correction
Michael Gamon, Martin Chodorow, Claudia Leacock and Joel Tetreault
127–150
Automatic suprasegmental parameter extraction in learner corpora
Emmanuel Ferragne
151–168
Criterial feature extraction using parallel learner corpora and machine learning
Yukio Tono
169–204
Section 4. Analysis of learner corpus data
Phonological acquisition in the French-English interlanguage: Rising above the phoneme
Adrien Meli
207–226
Prosody in a contrastive learner corpus
Anne Tortel
227–248
A corpus-based comparison of syntactic complexity in NNS and NS university students’ writing
Haiyang Ai and Xiaofei Lu
249–264
Analysing coherence in upper-intermediate learner writing
Barbara Schiftner
265–286
Statistical tests for the analysis of learner corpus data
Stefan Th. Gries
287–310
Index
311–314
“This book is an excellent volume that pushes forward the scope of learner corpus processing and analysis, by bridging learner corpus design with its automatic analysis. I know of no other work which contains such breadth, covering for example both spoken and written data, while containing enough depth for even the experienced researcher. I expect to refer to this book for years.”
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFDC – Language acquisition
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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