rosie.maier at gmail.com
Tue May 27 19:16:09 UTC 2014
I'm interested in grammatical complexity of individual utterances, and I'm
hoping to use the IPSyn coding system as a first approximation. I know
there has been discussion of building a program to automatically calculate
IPSyn scores from CHAT transcripts. Is it possible at this point to use
information on the morpheme and syntax tiers to automatically determine
which of the 56 types of IPSyn constructions appear in each utterance?
Ideally, for each utterance, I'd like to know the highest scoring
construction from each category (NP, VP, QN, and SS), so I can calculate a
measure of the complexity of that utterance.
Thanks in advance for your help.
Department of Psychology
University of Oregon
Office: 1715 Franklin, room 214
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