Aix Map Task corpus: The French multimodal corpus of task-oriented dialogue

Abstract : This paper introduces the Aix Map Task corpus, a corpus of audio and video recordings of task-oriented dialogues. It was modelled after the original HCRC Map Task corpus. Lexical material was designed for the analysis of speech and prosody, as described in Astésano et al. (2007). The design of the lexical material, the protocol and some basic quantitative features of the existing corpus are presented. The corpus was collected under two communicative conditions, one audio-only condition and one face-to-face condition. The recordings took place in a studio and a sound attenuated booth respectively, with head-set microphones (and in the face-to-face condition with two video cameras). The recordings have been segmented into Inter-Pausal-Units and transcribed using transcription conventions containing actual productions and canonical forms of what was said. It is made publicly available online.
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Jan Gorisch, Corine Astésano, Ellen Gurman Bard, Brigitte Bigi, Laurent Prévot. Aix Map Task corpus: The French multimodal corpus of task-oriented dialogue. 9th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation, May 2014, Reykjavik, Iceland. pp.2648-2652. ⟨hal-02158880⟩

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