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What lies beneath: Semantic and syntactic analysis of manually reconstructed spontaneous speech

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What lies beneath: Semantic and syntactic analysis of manually reconstructed spontaneous speech
Spontaneously produced speech text often includes disfluencies which make it difficult to analyze underlying structure. Successful reconstruction of this text would transform these errorful utterances into fluent strings and offer an alternate mechanism for analysis. Our investigation of naturally-occurring spontaneous speaker errors aligned to corrected text with manual semanticosyntactic analysis yields new insight into the syntactic and structural semantic differences between spoken and reconstructed language.
Erin Fitzgerald, Frederick Jelinek, Robert Frank
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Type Journal
Year 2009
Where ACL
Authors Erin Fitzgerald, Frederick Jelinek, Robert Frank
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