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Vers une automatisation de l'analyse textuelle

Abstract : Is it possible to develop a model for automatic recognition of styles? This question has been the focus of literary scholars, linguists, data processing specialists as well as computer scientists who have been tyring to offer solutions to it while referring to the definition of style in text analysis; and to sketch out the stylistics framework based on the study of an extract of La Princesse de Clèves. Automatization or automatic recognition of styles however, raises the question of textometric resources and other related data processing resources. It also raises the question of the relevant units and levels of analysis in relation to text analysis. This volume presents works that have been carried out within the corpus linguistics framework. They utilize a contrastive methodology in order to assess both the similarity and the difference between texts that supposedly use the same style.
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Nathalie Garric, Hélène Maurel-Indart. Vers une automatisation de l'analyse textuelle. Texto ! Textes et Cultures, Institut Ferdinand de Saussure, 2011, Volume XV n°4 (2010) et XVI n°1 (2011), pp.79. ⟨hal-00909490⟩



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