Scientific background (*) and related works:
J. L. Austin (*)
How to Do Things With Words
Oxford University Press, 1962
D. Bonet & G. Pache
What they say and what they do... The logistical relationships between manufacturers and
large food retailers re-examined through managers' words
Proceedings of the 88th EAAE Seminar, Paris, May 2004, pp. 1-14, CD-ROM.
M. Brugidou & P. Le Queau (*)
Analysis of non directive interviews with the "bundle" method
Paris, WAPOR conference, 1999.
J.-M. Burkhardt & M. Wolff
Comparing designers' viewpoints in simulation and virtual reality.
Proceedings of the International Ergonomics Association conference (IEA2003)
Seoul, Korea, 2003.
S. Despres & B. Delforge
Designing medical law ontology from technical texts and core ontology
12th International Conference on Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management,
EKAW Ontology and texts Workshop, 2000.
R. Ghiglione (*)
Verbal behavior analysis and Processing of textual data
Conference, University of Reykjavik, 1993.
R. Ghiglione, G. Minnini & E. Salès (*)
The intralocutor's diatextual frame
Journal of pragmatics, 1995.
Comparing Machine Learning and Knowledge Discovery in DataBase
Text associated with a course delivered at the ECCAI summer course, Crete July 1999.
Knowledge Discovery in Texts: a definition and applications
in Foundation of Intelligent Systems, Ras & Skowron (Eds.) LNAI1609, Springer, 1999.
Educational Technology Leaders: Competencies For A Conceptual Age
Dissertation Presented in Partial Fulfillment Of the Requirements for the Degree Doctor of Philosophy.
Capella University, 2008.
J. Lyons (*)
Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1993.
A.Piolat & R.Bannour
An example of text analysis software (EMOTAIX-Tropes) use:
The influence of anxiety on expressive writing
Current Psychology Letters [Online], 2009.
A User-Centered Ergonomic Approach to CALL Research.
In J. Ebert & G.Petrie (Eds.) CALL Research Perspectives.
Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2005.
Schank, R. (*)
The structure of episodes in memory.
In D. Bobrow and T. Collins (eds.), Representation and understanding: Studies in cognitive science.
New York, Academic press, 1975
Schank, R., and R. Abelson (*)
Scripts, plans, goals, and understanding: An inquiry into human knowledge structures
Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1977
J. Vander Putten & A. L. Nolen
Qualitative Data Analysis: Comparing Results From Constant Comparative and Computer Software Methods
Conference of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, November 5-8, 2008 in Jacksonville
T.A. Van Dijk & W. Kintsch (*)
Strategies of Discourse Comprehension
New York, Academic Press, 1983.
D. Veale, G. Poussin, F. Benes, J.-L. Pepin & P. Levy
Identification of quality of life concerns of patients with obstructive sleep apnoea at the time of initiation of continuous positive airway pressure: A discourse analysis
In Quality of Life Research. Springer Science + Business Media B.V. Volume 11, Number 4, June 2002.
W. Visser & M. Wolff
Route Plan Descriptions. A Cognitivo-Discursive Analysis.
Thirteenth Annual Meeting of the Society for Text and Discourse.
Madrid, Spain, 2003.
W. Visser & M. Wolff
A cognitive approach to spatial discourse production. Combining manual and automatic analyses of route descriptions.
Proceedings of European Science Conference 2003. EuroCognSci03 (pp.355-360).
Osnabrück, Germany, 2003.
S. With. & S. Kaiser
Multimodal Annotation of Emotional Signals in Social Interactions
in Proceedings of the International Meeting at the Institute of Psychology,
University of Innsbruck / Austria, September 28 – 29, 2007.
Another scientific bibliography
is available here
(in other languages)