12. Chiba University Japanese Map Task Dialogue Corpus (MapTask)
The Japanese MapTask Corpus Project by Chiba University.
Task-oriented dialogues using maps, in which two speakers participate, an instruction-giver who has a map with a route and an instruction-follower who has a map without a route. The giver instructs the follower verbally to reconstruct the giver's route on the follower's map.
64 speakers (32 males and 32 females) were recruited by pairs, that is, those who know each other well. Then, 16 quadruples were made up of two pairs so that the subjects were familiar within the pair but not across the pairs.
There are 128 dialogues in total of about 23 hours.
Speech file format
RAW format (20 kHz, 16 bit, Stereo, BigEndian)
For research purpose only
The DVD's contain the images of the maps used, dedicated software for reproducing the recorded dialogues. The present version is a provisional version as of October, 2007. The final version including the transcription data of TEI/XML format will be released after TEI P5 Version 1.0 has been released.
All documents are written in Japanese.
Speech sample for test listening
Task-oriented dialogues using maps