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Research Unit at the Humanities Department of the University of Florence

LABLITA is devoted to the study of Italian spoken language on the basis of corpora of spontaneous speech. LabLita develops studies on intonation of Italian, according to specific theoretical and experimentals methods. At present, the Lablita database is made up of open corpora of spontaneous adult spoken language and of a large longitudinal corpora of Italian acquisition. Each corpus is transcribed in CHAT format and annotated with the demarcation of the utterances and their prosodic parsing according to the criteria of the "Language into Act Theory" (LACT) by E. Cresti. Alignment per utterance to the speech signal is also provided. Analysis of intonation are carried out with WINPITCH by P.Martin. (Copyright Pitch Instruments Inc. 1996).
LABLITA distributes Italian and multilingual language resources.


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Open Seminar "Spoken Corpora setting and analysis"

Graduate Schol of International Development, Nagoya University
Sept 24th 2016

Seminari LABLITA di linguistica

Archivio dei Seminari

MODELACT Conference

Action, Language and Cognition
June 6-7, 2016 CNR (National Research Council) - Rome


Workshop: Analisi prosodica e informativa del parlato Language into Act Theory (L-AcT)

Università di Basilea, 28-29 gennaio 2016

IX LABLITA and IV LEEL International Workshop

Units of Reference for Spontaneous Speech Analysis and their correlations across languages
August 3rd-7th, 2015 Federal University of Minas Gerais - Belo Horizonte

LABLITA Open Access Collection

MODELACT: Semantic and pragmatic models of the action ontology
Ontology of action images for L2 acquisition in multilingual environment
Dynamic resources of italian language into the web
logo AXMEDIS Automatic Production of Cross Media Content for Multichannel Distribution
logo CORALROM Integrated Reference Corpora for Spoken Romance Language

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Scientific Responsible: prof. Massimo Moneglia
Webmaster: Lorenzo Gregori
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