Natalia Bogdanova-Beglarian

According to our database1, Natalia Bogdanova-Beglarian authored at least 11 papers between 2015 and 2020.

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  • Dijkstra number2 of six.
  • Erdős number3 of five.

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2020
Pragmatic Markers in Dialogue and Monologue: Difficulties of Identification and Typical Formation Models.
Proceedings of the Speech and Computer - 22nd International Conference, 2020

Russian Pragmatic Markers Database: Developing Speech Technologies for Everyday Spoken Discourse.
Proceedings of the 26th Conference of Open Innovations Association, 2020

2019
Pragmatic Markers Distribution in Russian Everyday Speech: Frequency Lists and Other Statistics for Discourse Modeling.
Proceedings of the Speech and Computer - 21st International Conference, 2019

Pragmatic Markers of Russian Everyday Speech: the Revised Typology and Corpus-Based Study.
Proceedings of the 25th Conference of Open Innovations Association, 2019

2018
Towards a Description of Pragmatic Markers in Russian Everyday Speech.
Proceedings of the Speech and Computer - 20th International Conference, 2018

Pragmatic Markers in Russian Spoken Speech: an Experience of Systematization and Annotation for the Improvement of NLP Tasks.
Proceedings of the 23rd Conference of Open Innovations Association, 2018

2017
Linguistic Features and Sociolinguistic Variability in Everyday Spoken Russian.
Proceedings of the Speech and Computer - 19th International Conference, 2017

In Search of Sentence Boundaries in Spontaneous Speech.
Proceedings of the Speech and Computer - 19th International Conference, 2017

2016
Sociolinguistic Extension of the ORD Corpus of Russian Everyday Speech.
Proceedings of the Speech and Computer - 18th International Conference, 2016

An Exploratory Study on Sociolinguistic Variation of Russian Everyday Speech.
Proceedings of the Speech and Computer - 18th International Conference, 2016

2015
The "One Day of Speech" Corpus: Phonetic and Syntactic Studies of Everyday Spoken Russian.
Proceedings of the Speech and Computer - 17th International Conference, 2015


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