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Vers une analyse génétique de textes assistée par l'informatique et le TAL : contextes et pistes exploratoires

Abstract : The rise of digital corpora of literary manuscripts has added a substantial amount of linguistic data to our heritage that can be analyzed and processed automatically. The transcription of the content of these manuscripts in digital text format allows thousands of words to be examined in a few seconds. Studying different versions of a literary work requires time-consuming examination by researchers in the field of literature. New methodological issues thus arise: how can information technology tools be best put to use to help researchers? What new studies are made possible by this progress? After an overview of textual genetic analysis and of the existing tools for natural language processing in this domain, we will outline the modelling, on Stendhal's manuscripts, of three functions that can aid literary researchers in their analysis of author's libraries, theatrical writing and code-switching.
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Claire Lemaire. Vers une analyse génétique de textes assistée par l'informatique et le TAL : contextes et pistes exploratoires. Linguistique. 2010. ⟨dumas-00516484⟩

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