Konuşma Türkçesinde Sözcüksel Olmayan Geribildirimlerin Kullanımında Grupsal Farklar

Aytaç Demirçivi, Kadriye
Işık Güler, Hale
34. Ulusal Dilbilim Kurultayı


Backchannels in spoken Turkish
Aytaç Demirçivi, Kadriye; Işık Güler, Hale; Department of English Language Teaching (2021-4-01)
This study aims to identify all the non-lexical and lexical backchannels and different functions carried out by these backchannels in the Spoken Turkish Corpus. It also aims to investigate differences in the use of backchannels in naturally formed groups in the data. In order to achieve these aims, Spoken Turkish Corpus was used as the data source and EXMaRALDA tools were used to annotate functions of the backchannels. A sub-corpus was formed consisting of 61 conversations from three main settings:conversat...
Dynamic system modeling and state estimation for speech signal
Özbek, İbrahim Yücel; Demirekler, Mübeccel; Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (2010)
This thesis presents an all-inclusive framework on how the current formant tracking and audio (and/or visual)-to-articulatory inversion algorithms can be improved. The possible improvements are summarized as follows: The first part of the thesis investigates the problem of the formant frequency estimation when the number of formants to be estimated fixed or variable respectively. The fixed number of formant tracking method is based on the assumption that the number of formant frequencies is fixed along the ...
Differences and challenges involved in the assessment of speaking skill: the case of three universities in Ankara
Lozovska- Güneş, Anna; Gürbüz, Nurdan; Department of English Language Teaching (2010)
It is a well-known fact among the foreign language teachers that the assessment of speaking is one of the most challenging tasks in the teaching methodology. The reason for that is the lack of proper concepts of the notion ‘good speaking skills’ and the assessment tasks that would evaluate the learner’s ability to communicate efficiently in the real context. The purpose of this study is to investigate the teachers’ and learners’ perceptions and challenges they face when dealing with speaking skills. Data we...
An investigation of interactions with conversational violations: Insights from visual perception and Gricean Maxim violations
Çağıltay, Bengisu; Acartürk, Cengiz; Department of Cognitive Sciences (2020-11)
Linguistic principles at various levels are crucial in maintaining a reliable and transparent communication for dyadic interactions. However, violating these principles might result in unwieldy and problematic communications. Gaze can be a medium of reflecting the cognitive responses when conversational violations occur. An eye-tracking study was conducted to investigate visual patterns in communication in response to social communication errors, specifically Grice’s Maxims violations. This study investigat...
Feature based sentiment analysis on informal Turkish texts
Kama, Batuhan; Karagöz, Pınar; Toroslu, İsmail Hakkı; Department of Computer Engineering (2016)
Sentiment analysis (SA); in other words, opining mining, is the automatic extraction process of a author' s feeling on a specific topic. These feelings can be positive, negative or neutral. However, most of the time authors do not carry the same opinion for all parts of a topic. While they have a positive attitude on some parts of a topic, they can criticise other parts. Therefore, feature or aspect based sentiment analysis (FBSA) a specialized version of sentiment analysis is used to analyse people' s atti...
Citation Formats
K. Aytaç Demirçivi and H. Işık Güler, “Konuşma Türkçesinde Sözcüksel Olmayan Geribildirimlerin Kullanımında Grupsal Farklar,” presented at the 34. Ulusal Dilbilim Kurultayı, Ankara, Türkiye, 2021, Accessed: 00, 2022. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/99884.