ChoCo: a multimodal corpus of the Choctaw language (bibtex)
by Brixey, Jacqueline and Artstein, Ron
Abstract:
This article presents a general use corpus for Choctaw, an American indigenous language (ISO 639-2: cho, endonym: Chahta). The corpus contains audio, video, and text resources, with many texts also translated in English. The Oklahoma Choctaw and the Mississippi Choctaw variants of the language are represented in the corpus. The data set provides documentation support for this threatened language, and allows researchers and language teachers access to a diverse collection of resources.
Reference:
ChoCo: a multimodal corpus of the Choctaw language (Brixey, Jacqueline and Artstein, Ron), In Language Resources and Evaluation, 2020.
Bibtex Entry:
@article{brixey_choco_2020,
	title = {{ChoCo}: a multimodal corpus of the {Choctaw} language},
	issn = {1574-020X, 1574-0218},
	url = {http://link.springer.com/10.1007/s10579-020-09494-5},
	doi = {10.1007/s10579-020-09494-5},
	abstract = {This article presents a general use corpus for Choctaw, an American indigenous language (ISO 639-2: cho, endonym: Chahta). The corpus contains audio, video, and text resources, with many texts also translated in English. The Oklahoma Choctaw and the Mississippi Choctaw variants of the language are represented in the corpus. The data set provides documentation support for this threatened language, and allows researchers and language teachers access to a diverse collection of resources.},
	journal = {Language Resources and Evaluation},
	author = {Brixey, Jacqueline and Artstein, Ron},
	month = jul,
	year = {2020},
	keywords = {ARO-Coop, UARC, Virtual Humans}
}
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