Colloque

Écrire le voyage centrifuge. Actualité des écritures migrantes

18–19 octobre 2018, Bâtiment de l’Horloge, amphi 031 « Salle plate »

Colloque SophI.A 2018

IA et humanités digitales

8 novembre 2018, INRIA, 9h–12h

Cycle BCL - Chiara Zanini

Exploring the relation between Number morphology and numerical cognition : insights from an ERP study

Jeudi 08 novembre à 10h, salle 213

Toutes les actualités

Actualités

Écrire le voyage centrifuge. Actualité des écritures migrantes
Colloque

Écrire le voyage centrifuge. Actualité des écritures migrantes

18–19 octobre 2018, Bâtiment de l’Horloge, amphi 031 « Salle plate »

L’objet du présent colloque est de s’interroger sur le discours de ce type particulier de voyage d’exil (et non la situation d’écrivain exilé), le voyage que l’on peut qualifier de « centrifuge », dans (...)

Les petits corpus
Vient de paraître

Les petits corpus

revue Corpus, N°18 (2018)

Voir en ligne : Corpus

Parler au féminin : les professions de foi des député·e·s sous la Cinquième République (1958-2007)
Vient de paraître

Parler au féminin : les professions de foi des député·e·s sous la Cinquième République (1958-2007)

Magali Guaresi

La Cinquième République est la scène d’une féminisation inédite de la vie politique en France. En entrant dans les arcanes du pouvoir, les femmes sortent de leur silence public historique et accèdent (...)

Voir en ligne : Site de l’éditeur

Le temps dans les sciences en Grèce classique
Journée d’étude

Le temps dans les sciences en Grèce classique

12 juillet 2018, Salle 213

10h – 11h : Emmanuel Golfin (Patrimoine, Littérature, Histoire (PLH) EA 4601)
« La construction du passé chez les premiers historiens grecs : Hérodote, Thucydide, Xénophon »
11h – 12h : Richard Faure (...)

Colloque Wikipédia - Fostering linguistic studies on Wikipedia discussions
Colloque

Colloque Wikipédia - Fostering linguistic studies on Wikipedia discussions

9–10 juillet 2018, MSHS, Salle Plate

Il s’agit d’un colloque franco-allemand financé par le consortium CORLI, qui se concentre sur les pages de discussions Wikipédia. Il couvre trois aspects de leur étude : constitution de corpus (...)

Voir en ligne : Programme détaillé

Journée des Doctorant·e·s et Assemblée générale

Journée des Doctorant·e·s et Assemblée générale

5 juillet 2018, Salle Plate

La Journée des Doctorant·e·s aura lieu jeudi 5 juillet 2018, de 9h15 à 15h : nous aurons le plaisir d’entendre les doctorant·e·s du laboratoire nous présenter leurs recherches.
Cette journée sera suivie (...)

Phylogenetic reconstruction in syntax : the Parametric Comparison Method
Cycle BCL - Cristina Guardiano

Phylogenetic reconstruction in syntax : the Parametric Comparison Method

jeudi 21 juin 2018 à 10h, salle 213

The Parametric Comparison Method (PCM) is a comparative procedure designed to investigate phylogenetic relationships between languages. It is based on the assumption that (syntactic) parameter (...)

La textualité lepénienne au cours des campagnes présidentielles de 2007 et de 2017
Cycle T3N - Camille Bouzereau

La textualité lepénienne au cours des campagnes présidentielles de 2007 et de 2017

07/06/18 à 14h00, salle 213

Inscrite dans le cadre du cycle T3N, cette communication aura pour enjeu de caractériser la textualité lepénienne sur les campagnes présidentielles de 2007 et de 2017. Méthodologiquement, les notions (...)

Narrativités "faniques"
Cycle T3N - Céline Masoni Lacroix

Narrativités "faniques"

07/06/18 à 14h00, salle 213

Comment appréhender la discursivité ? Éléments constitutifs de notre propre discours, concepts opératoires d’une approche disciplinaire, l’archive, la formation (discursive), le dispositif nous (...)

Cycle T3N

Narratologies « faniques », par Céline Masoni Lacroix (LICRES) et La textualité lepénienne au cours des campagnes présidentielles de 2007 et de 2017, par Camille Bouzereau, BCL

Jeudi 7 juin 2018, de 14h à 16h, salle 213

Narratologies « faniques »
Comment appréhender la discursivité ? Éléments constitutifs de notre propre discours, concepts opératoires d’une approche disciplinaire, l’archive, la formation (discursive), (...)

Dernières publicationsHAL

titre
Assessing the representation of phonological rules by a production study of non-words in Coratino
auteur
Jonathan Bucci, Paolo Lorusso, Silvain Gerber, Mirko Grimaldi, Jean-Luc Schwartz
article
2018
annee_publi
2018
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Phonological regularities in a given language can be described as a set of formal rules applied on logical expressions (e.g. the value of a distinctive feature) or rather as distributional properties emerging from the phonetic substance. An indirect way to assess how phonology is represented in a speaker’s brain consists in testing how phonological regularities are transferred to non-words. This is this objective of this study, focusing on Coratino, a dialect from southern Italy spoken in the Apulia region. In Coratino, a complex process of vowel reduction operates, characterized by four major properties: (1) /i e ɛ u o ɔ/ are reduced in unstressed position while /a/ is maintained; (2) all initial vowels are maintained, even unstressed; (3) unstressed vowels /i e ɛ u o ɔ/ are protected against reduction when they are adjacent to a consonant that shares articulation (labiality and velarity for /u o ɔ/ and palatality for /i e ɛ/); (4) when they are reduced, high vowels are reduced to /ɨ/ and mid vowels to /ə/. A production experiment was carried out on 19 speakers of Coratino to test whether these properties were displayed with non-words. The production data display a complex pattern, in which each of the four properties do transfer to non-words, though in a different way, which seems to imply both either explicit/formal rules (for maintenance in initial position and the reduction to two targets) and distributional properties transferred in a statistical way to non-words (for consonantal protection and robustness of /a/). Furthermore, the speakers appear as largely variable in this task. Altogether, this suggests that both formal rules and distributional principles participate to the encoding of Coratino phonology in the speakers’ brain.
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Phonological analysis of a system with two targets for vowel reduction in Coratino
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Jonathan Bucci, Jean-Luc Schwartz
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2018
annee_publi
2018
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This article proposes a phonological analysis of a recent phonetic examination of the vowel reduction process in Coratino. This dialect is spoken in the Apuglia region. All unstressed vowels except /a/ are reduced to schwa. However, this reduction does not happen when a vowel is adjacent to a consonant that shares a melody element, such as palatality for front vowels and velarity or labiality for back vowels. The analysis is based on Element Theory, and on a set of principles. The new data provided by the phonetic analysis show that there are in fact two targets for vowel reduction, respectively [ɨ] for reduction of high vowels /i/ and /u/, and [ə] for reduction of mid vowels /e/, /ɛ/, /o/ and /ɔ/. This leads to the modification of a previous analysis, which makes it possible to account for this fact and to better understand the special status of the vowel /a/ in Coratino.
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Explaining variation in wh-position in child French: A statistical analysis of new seminaturalistic data
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Katerina Palasis, Richard Faure, Frédéric Lavigne
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Language Acquisition, Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2018, pp.1 - 25. 〈10.1080/10489223.2018.1513004〉
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2018
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Phoneme Resistance and Phoneme Confusion in Noise: Impact of Dyslexia
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Noelia Do Carmo Blanco, Michel Hoen, Fanny Meunier, Julien Meyer
article
InterSpeech 2018, Sep 2018, Hyderabad, India. 2018, 2018, Proceedings Interspeech. 〈http://interspeech2018.org/〉
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2018
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Understanding speech in noisy environments is a challenge for almost everyone and particularly so for people with dyslexia. To better understand the phonological processing deficit, which has been posited as a core trait of dyslexia, we wanted to further characterize the impact of noise on speech perception. In this paper, we investigated phoneme resistance to noise for dyslexic and control adults and explored the pattern of errors produced by noise interference. Our aim was to examine differences between phoneme confusion matrices of the two populations. Disyllabic nouns were embedded in noise and participants had to perform an auditory word identification task. Error rates, phoneme resistance and phoneme confusions were compared between a dyslexic and a group of matched controls. Error rate was higher in the dyslexic group. However, no qualitative differences in the profile of errors were found. The coronals /ʃ and s/ were the most resistant phoneme in both groups while the labials /f, m and v/ were the most vulnerable. Although dyslexics showed a more scattered pattern of confusions, the matrices were correlated. Our results confirm a phonological deficit in dyslexia whereas they do not support the hypothesis of qualitative differences in phonological representation between the two groups.
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https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01860442/file/DoCarmoBlanco%20et%20al.pdf BibTex
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Loud and Shouted Speech Perception at Variable Distances in a Forest
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Julien Meyer, Fanny Meunier, Laure Dentel, Noelia Do Carmo Blanco, Frédéric Sèbe
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Interspeech, Sep 2018, Hyderabad, India
annee_publi
2018
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To increase the range of modal speech in natural ambient noise, individuals increase their vocal effort and may pass into the 'shouted speech' register. To date, most studies concerning the influence of distance on spoken communication in outdoor natural environments have focused on the 'productive side' of the human ability to tacitly adjust vocal output to compensate for acoustic losses due to sound propagation. Our study takes a slightly different path as it is based on an adaptive speech production/perception experiment. The setting was an outdoor natural reverberant soundscape (a plane forest in altitude). The stimuli were produced live during the interaction: each speaker adapted speech to transmit French disyllabic words in isolation to an interlocutor/listener who was situated at variable distances in the course of the experiment (30m, 60m, 90m). Speech recognition was explored by evaluating the ability of 16 normal-hearing French listeners to recognize these words and their constituent vowels and consonants. Results showed that in such conditions, speech adaptation was rather efficient as word recognition remained around 95% at 30m, 85% at 60m and 75% at 90m. We also observed striking differences in patterns of answers along several lines: different distances, speech registers, vowels and consonants.
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Vowel Reduction in Coratino (South Italy): Phonological and Phonetic Perspectives
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Jonathan Bucci, Pascal Perrier, Silvain Gerber, Jean-Luc Schwartz
article
Phonetica, Karger, 2018, 〈10.1159/000490947〉
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2018
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Text Deconvolution Saliency (TDS) : a deep tool box for linguistic analysis
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Laurent Vanni, M Ducoffe, D Mayaffre, F. Precioso, D Longrée, V Elango, N. Santos, J. Gonzalez, L Galdo, C Aguilar
article
56th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics, Jul 2018, Melbourne, France
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2018
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In this paper, we propose a new strategy , called Text Deconvolution Saliency (TDS), to visualize linguistic information detected by a CNN for text classification. We extend Deconvolution Networks to text in order to present a new perspective on text analysis to the linguistic community. We empirically demonstrated the efficiency of our Text Decon-volution Saliency on corpora from three different languages: English, French, and Latin. For every tested dataset, our Text Deconvolution Saliency automatically encodes complex linguistic patterns based on co-occurrences and possibly on grammatical and syntax analysis.
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On the phonological processing of two French varieties.
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Jonathan Bucci, Noël Nguyen, Dufour Sophie, Jean-Luc Schwartz
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LabPhon 16, Jun 2018, Lisbonne, Portugal
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2018
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Could elements in ET be articulatory-acoustic rather than solely acoustic? Arguments from phonetics and phonology
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Jonathan Bucci, Jean-Luc Schwartz
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Elements, Jun 2018, Nantes, France
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2018
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Sentence Accent Perception in Noise by French Non-Native Listeners of English
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Odette Scharenborg, Fanny Meunier, Sofoklis Kakouros, Brechtje Post
article
9th International Conference on Speech Prosody 2018, Jun 2018, Poznań, Poland. ISCA, 9th International Conference on Speech Prosody 2018, 〈10.21437/SpeechProsody.2018-12〉
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2018
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This paper investigates the use of prosodic information signalling sentence accent and the role of different acoustic features on sentence accent perception during native and non-native speech perception in the presence of background noise. A phoneme detection experiment was carried out in which English native listeners and French highly proficient non-native listeners of English were presented with target phonemes in English sentences. Sentences were presented in different levels of speech-shaped noise and in two prosodic contexts in which the target-bearing word was either deaccented or accented. Acoustic analyses of the two prosodic conditions showed that the target-bearing words in the accented condition carried more energy, had a higher F0, and more spectral tilt than those in the deaccented condition. Results of the behavioural data showed that the native listeners outperformed the French listeners in the clean condition but not in the noise conditions and that the effect of noise was smaller for the non-native compared to the native listeners. Possibly, the non-native listeners use more and different acoustic cues than the native listeners who primarily relied on more local cues for sentence accent detection.
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Communication dans un congrès
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https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01860566/file/French_English_final-1.pdf BibTex
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