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Ludivine Crible
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Discourse markers and (dis) fluency
L Crible
Discourse Markers and (Dis) fluency, 1-268, 2018
1542018
Towards an operational category of discourse markers
L Crible
Pragmatic markers, discourse markers and modal particles: New perspectives …, 2017
792017
Functions and translations of discourse markers in TED Talks: A parallel corpus study of underspecification in five languages
L Crible, Á Abuczki, N Burkšaitienė, P Furkó, A Nedoluzhko, ...
Journal of Pragmatics 142, 139-155, 2019
672019
The clustering of discourse markers and filled pauses: A corpus-based French-English study of (dis) fluency
L Crible, L Degand, G Gilquin
Languages in Contrast 17 (1), 69-95, 2017
622017
Discourse markers in speech: characteristics and challenges for corpus annotation
L Crible, MJ Cuenca
Dialogue and Discourse 8 (2), 149-166, 2017
582017
Domains and functions: A two-dimensional account of discourse markers
L Crible, L Degand
Discours. Revue de linguistique, psycholinguistique et informatique. A …, 2019
532019
Combinations of discourse markers with repairs and repetitions in English, French and Spanish
L Crible, E Pascual
Journal of Pragmatics 156, 54-67, 2020
452020
Reliability vs. granularity in discourse annotation: What is the trade-off?
L Crible, L Degand
Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory 15 (1), 71-99, 2019
442019
Discourse markers and (dis) fluency in English and French: Variation and combination in the DisFrEn corpus
L Crible
International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 22 (2), 242-269, 2017
442017
Co-occurrence of discourse markers in English: From juxtaposition to composition
MJ Cuenca, L Crible
Journal of Pragmatics 140, 171-184, 2019
392019
The dual status of filled pauses: Evidence from genre, proficiency and co-occurrence
L Kosmala, L Crible
Language and Speech 65 (1), 216-239, 2022
332022
Discourse markers and (dis) fluency across registers
L Crible
A Contrastive Usage-Based, 2017
332017
Using a unified taxonomy to annotate discourse markers in speech and writing
L Crible, S Zufferey
Proceedings of the 11th Joint ACL-ISO Workshop on Interoperable Semantic …, 2015
282015
Towards a model for discourse marker
CT Bolly, L Crible, L Degand, D Uygur-Distexhe
Pragmatic Markers, Discourse Markers and Modal Particles: New perspectives …, 2017
242017
From context to functions and back again: Disambiguating pragmatic uses of discourse markers
C Bolly, L Crible
International Pragmatics Association (IPrA) Conference, July, 26-31, 2015
222015
Weak and strong discourse markers in speech, chat, and writing: Do signals compensate for ambiguity in explicit relations?
L Crible
Discourse Processes 57 (9), 793-807, 2020
192020
Discourse markers in speech: distinctive features and corpus annotation
L Crible, MJ Cuenca
Dialogue and Discourse 8 (2), 149-166, 2017
182017
Compensating for processing difficulty in discourse: Effect of parallelism in contrastive relations
L Crible, MJ Pickering
Discourse Processes 57 (10), 862-879, 2020
172020
Application of an interoperable annotation scheme
L Crible, A Dumont, I Grosman, I Notarrigo
Fluency and disfluency across languages and language varieties 4, 17, 2019
172019
Identifying and describing discourse markers in spoken corpora. Annotation protocol v. 8
L Crible
Unpublished working draft. Louvainla-Neuve: Université catholique de Louvain, 2014
152014
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