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T. Résultats and . Le, corpus MBOSHI Nous n'avons reproduit ici que les scores TF-IDF pour les fichiers WAV dont au moins un cluster contenait le nom de l'objet figuré dans l'image, ceux-ci sont surlignés en vert. En rouge figurent les clusters que nous avons classés comme étant non pertinents par observation de la matrice, p.96