Publications and presentations

Upcoming

  • Seifart, Frank, Jan Strunk, Swintha Danielsen, Iren Hartmann, Brigitte Pakendorf, Søren Wichmann, Alena Witzlack-Makarevich, Nikolaus P. Himmelmann & Balthasar Bickel. In press. The extent and degree of utterance-final lengthening in spontaneous speech from 10 languages. Linguistic Vanguard.
  • Stave, Matthew, Ludger Paschen, François Pellegrino & Frank Seifart. 2020. Optimization of morpheme length: a cross-linguistic assessment of Zipf’s and Menzeraths laws. Submitted manuscript.
  • Seifart, Frank. 2020. Re-usability of fieldwork data. Chapter submitted by invitation to Linguistic Fieldwork and Language Documentation, A Course Book on Foundational and Advanced Skills, ed. by Firmin Ahoua, Dafydd Gibbon & Stavros Skopeteas.
  • Seifart, Frank, Ludger Paschen & Matthew Stave. Accepted. Phonetic lengthening and morpheme rates in a database of spoken corpora from 50 languages. Accepted for presentation at SLE 2020.

Published/presented

  • Strunk, Jan, Frank Seifart, Swintha Danielsen, Iren Hartmann, Brigitte Pakendorf, Søren Wichmann, Alena Witzlack-Makarevich & Balthasar Bickel. 2020. Determinants of phonetic word duration in ten language documentation corpora: Word frequency, complexity, position, and part of speech. Language Documentation & Conservation 14. 423–461. http://hdl.handle.net/10125/24926
  • Paschen, Ludger, François Delafontaine, Christoph Draxler, Susanne Fuchs, Matthew Stave & Frank Seifart (2020). Building a Time-Aligned Cross-Linguistic Reference Corpus from LanguageDocumentation Data (DoReCo). Proceedings of the 12th Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2020), 2657–2666. http://www.lrec-conf.org/proceedings/lrec2020/pdf/2020.lrec-1.324.pdf
  • Seifart, Frank. 2020. Corpus-based cross-linguistic research on the temporal dynamics of speech. Keynote lecture presented at the workshop “Corpus-based typology: Spoken language from a cross-linguistic perspective” at the 42nd Annual Conference of the German Linguistic Society (DGfS), Hamburg, 4-6 March, 2020.
  • Stave, Matthew. 2020. Documentation Reference Corpus. Paper presented at “Language Documentation and Revitalization”, University of Oregon, Eugene, USA, 15 January 2020.
  • Paschen, Ludger, Matthew Stave, Frank Seifart & Manfred Krifka. 2019. Cross-linguistic variation in phonetic compression and lengthening. Poster presented at “Linguistics Society of America”, New Orleans, USA, 2-5 January 2020.
  • Paschen, Ludger, Matthew Stave, Manfred Krifka, François Pellegrino, Susanne Fuchs & Frank Seifart. 2019. Cross-linguistic variation in local and global speech rate. Poster presented at “Rate and Rhythm in speech Recognition (R3)”, MPI for Psycholinguistics Nijmegen, 13 December 2019.
  • Delafontaine, François , Matthew Stave, Frank Seifart & Ludger Paschen. 2019. A bioinformatics solution to inter-rater agreement for forced time-alignment of data from underresourced languages. Poster presented at “Linguistique informatique, formelle et de terrain (LIFT) 2019”, Orléans, France, 29 November 2019.
  • Seifart, Frank. 2019. DoReCo vision and workflows. Paper presented at “DoReCo kick-off workshop”, ZAS, Berlin, 16 September, 2019.
  • Stave, Matthew. 2019. Information rate and other non-phonetic analyses. Paper presented at “DoReCo kick-off workshop”, ZAS, Berlin, 16 September 2019.
  • Seifart, Frank, François Pellegrino, Matthew Stave & Alexis Michaud. 2019. DoReCo. Paper presented at “Open LIFT Meeting”, Paris-Diderot, France, 4 June 2019.
  • Seifart, Frank. 2019. Sprechpausen und die Entstehung von Affixen: Evidenzen aus Sprachdokumentationskorpora zu zehn Sprachen und aus typologischen Datenbanken. Paper prestented at “Vielfaltslinguistik III”, Universität zu Köln, 28 March 2019.
  • Seifart, Frank. 2019. DoReCo: Ein Projekt zur Erstellung von Referenzkorpora aus Dokumentationen 50 kleiner Sprachen. Paper prestented at “Qualitätsstandards und Interdisziplinarität in der Kuration audiovisueller (Sprach-)Daten, Digital Humanities: multimedial und multimodal – 6. Jahrestagung des Verbands „Digital Humanities im deutschsprachigen Raum (DHd)”, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität, Mainz, 26 March 2019.