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■What' New
・2009/04/02 (163895 words)


■Outline & Purpose
CbLLE POS Research Engine (Spoken Spanish) is to search part-of-speech tags of the Multilingual Spoken Corpora (Spanish) developped by the 21st Century COE Program “Usage-Based Linguistic Informatics”. Part-of-speech (POS) tagging is based on the system called Tree Tagger. The purpose of this research engine is largely to publish the research results from the Globla COE Program “Corpus-based Linguistics and Language Education (CbLLE) and to analyze various grammatical phenomena in spoken Spanish.

■Corpus Description
[2004]
The spoken Spanish corpora are composed of 29 dialogs in 2004 and 40 dialogs in 2006. The total word count amounts to more than 160,000 words. Each dialog is focused on a different subject.

References
http://www.coelang.tufs.ac.jp/multilingual_corpus/es_2004/index.php?contents_xml=gaisetsu&lang=en
http://www.coelang.tufs.ac.jp/multilingual_corpus/es_2006/index.php?contents_xml=gaisetsu&lang=en
Tree Tagger:
http://www.ims.uni-stuttgart.de/projekte/corplex/TreeTagger/

■Research Team
[2004]
Collaborated Universities:

- Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Japan
- The Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain

Adviser:

- Associate Professor Chieko Kimura (The Autonomous University of Madrid)
- Associate Professor Ana María Goy Yamamoto (The Autonomous University of Madrid)
- Visiting Professor Shin Abe (The Autonomous University of Madrid)

Researchers:

- Professor Toshihiro Takagaki (Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)
- Tsutomu Kigoshi (Graduate school of the Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)
- Kentaro Yuki (Graduate school of the Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)
- Arata Usui (Graduate school of the Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)
- Kengo Matsui (Graduate school of the Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)

Informants:

2004: Spanish native speakers ranged in ages from twenties to sixties, doctor, editor, flight attendant, home maker, officers, students, teachers, journalist, etc.
2006: Spanish native speakers ranged in ages from teenagers to forties, students, teacher, etc.



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