Programme of the ECLAVIT workshop

At the crossroads between humanities, social and computer sciences and statistics, digital data processing addresses various issues: oral or written productions hypotheses testing, journalistic, political, literary or web corpus exploratory analyses, opinions visualization, data extraction, a.s.o.

The aim of this workshop is twofold: to explore the different methods of analysing and visualizing textual corpora data, and to discuss the latest developments in the field.

The event will hence be conducted in two parts: on Friday, November 24th, noteworthy projects on the topics listed below will be presented at the Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée, and on Saturday 25th, a data processing workshop will be held in one of the computer labs of the Université Paris-Est Créteil.

Friday, November 24th – Posters and round tables

UPEM (Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée)
Building: Bâtiment La Centrifugeuse
5 boulevard Descartes – Champs-sur-Marne
77454 Marne-la-Vallée Cedex 2

  • 9:30 – Welcome coffee
  • 10:00 – Conference opening: Benoît Lesaffre, ex-Vice Chancellor, Université Paris-Est
  • 10:15 – Plenary session: Short oral presentations of posters
    • Lexical analysis for cliodynamics: Artificial intelligence processing of the Google Ngram database. Jérôme Baray (UPEC-IRG)
    • Trilingual thematic corpus. Lionel Shen (Paris 3-CLESTHIA)
    • Induice fragments of local grammar to analyze thousands of lines of concordance. Andrew Salway (Uni Research, Bergen – Language and Language Technology Group)
    • Analyzing digital corpus, taking into account web graphs and variations: the example of an online petition. Jean-Marc Leblanc (UPEC-CEDITEC), Christine Barats (Paris Descartes-CEDITEC), Anne Dister (Université Saint-Louis), Marie Pérès (UPEC-CEDITEC), Philippe Gambette (UPEM-LIGM)
    • CODEXT, an English-French Translation Corpus designed for contrastive studies. Françoise Doro-Megy, Lucie Gournay (UPEC-IMAGER-LIDIL12)
    • P-Leader Multifractal Analysis for Text Type Identification. Roberto Leonarduzzi (ENS Lyon)
    • Translating patient related narratives into SNOMED-CT to enable interoperability of healthcare data. Vasiliki Foufi (Geneva University Hospitals and University of Geneva-SIMED)
    • Crossed perception of places: two corpus-based studies, Catherine Domingues, Carmen Brando, Margion Cargill (EHESS)
    • Annotation of co-reference with SACR, a new “drag- and-drop” tool. Bruno Oberle (Université de Strasbourg-LilPa)
    • TreeCloud, Unitex: increased synergy. Claude Martineau (LIGM)
  • 11:00 – Session Posters / Démonstrations d’outils
  • 12:30 – Buffet
  • 14:00 – Round table – Corpus. Animated by Cédrick Fairon (CENTAL)
  • 15:00 – Round table – Methods. Animated by Eric Laporte (LIGM)
  • 16:00 – Coffee break
  • 16:30 – Round table – Tools. Animated by Dusko Vitas (Université de Belgrade)
  • 17:30 – End of first day

Saturday, November 25th – Tool introduction

UPEC (Université Paris-Est Créteil)
Building: Bâtiment I2 – Troisième étage
Rooms i2 317 and i2 307
61 avenue du général de Gaulle
94010 Créteil

  • 09:30 – Welcome coffee: room i2 307
  • 10:00 – TextObserver (room i2 317): Jean-Marc Leblanc (UPEC-CEDITEC), Yacine Ouchène (UPEC-CEDITEC)
  • 11:00 – TreeCloud (room i2 317): Philippe Gambette (UPEM, LIGM)
  • 12:00 – Cortext (room i2 317): Antoine Schoen (IFRIS)
  • 12:00 – Linkage (room i2 317): Muriel Epstein (Paris 1-SAMM)
  • 13:00 – Buffet: room i2 307
  • 14:00 – WebHyperbase (room i2 317): Laurent Vanni (CNRS)
  • 15:15 – Unitex (room i2 317): Claude Martineau, Tita Kyriacopoulou (LIGM)
  • 16:30 – Proxem Studio (room i2 317): Eglantine Schimitt (UTC-Costech)
  • 17:00 – Leximir (room i2 317): Cvetana Krstev (université de Belgrade)
  • 17:30-18:00 – Discussion – Closing of the conference


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Philippe Gambette (2017, 15 novembre). Programme of the ECLAVIT workshop. ECLAVIT. Consulté le 18 juin 2024, à l’adresse

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