The NITE XML Toolkit meets the ICSI Meeting Corpus: import, annotation, and browsing

author: Jean Carletta, Human Communication Research Centre, University of Edinburgh
published: Feb. 25, 2007,   recorded: June 2004,   views: 3718


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The NITE XML Toolkit (NXT) provides library support for working with multimodal language corpora. We describe work in progress to explore its potential for the AMI project by applying it to the ICSI Meeting Corpus. We discuss converting existing data into the NXT data format; using NXT’s query facility to explore the corpus; hand-annotation and automatic indexing; and the integration of data obtained by applying NXT-external processes such as parsers.

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Comment1 Jan, June 2, 2008 at 11:23 a.m.:

I think the lectuere is interesting. But the quality of the sound is not very good. Some time it's slowing down, accelerating again, slowing down... This happens from minute 10:00 on.

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