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Anonymisation semi-automatique de corpus d'interactions éléments pour une méthode interactive

Abstract : In order to ease research data sharing and scientific comparison, researchers need appropriate methods and tools to anonymise their huge corpora of interaction. We first draw the legal context and present the stakes of anonymisation. We emphasise the subtleties that avoid complete automation of the anonymisation process. The target user-researcher will keep the control of the anonymisation process with the method we propose here. It is mainly based on two processes: marking and mining presented in details in this article. The whole method has been applied to two very different corpora. Preliminary evaluation of these first tests is given in the discussion and gives the floor to interesting perspectives for the method and its implementation on the Calico platform.
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Christophe Reffay, François-Marie Blondel, Stéphane Allaire, Emmanuel Giguet. Anonymisation semi-automatique de corpus d'interactions éléments pour une méthode interactive. JOurnées Communication et Apprentissage Instrumentés en Réseau, Sep 2012, Amiens, France. ⟨edutice-00720211⟩



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