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Below, we give the list of speakers. The first column gives a two character speaker code. The second column gives the sex of the speakers. The third column indicates whether the speaker was an undergraduate, a graduate student in computer science, a graduate student in linguistics, or a faculty (or staff) member. The fourth column indicates whether the speaker was involved with the TRAINS project. See additional comments in the technical note.
|BM||Male||Faculty or staff member||Involved in Trains|
|CK||Female||Undergraduate student||Involved in Trains|
|DT||Male||Grad student in Computer Science||Involved in Trains|
|GD||Female||Grad student in Computer Science|
|JA||Male||Faculty or staff member||Involved in Trains|
|JH||Female||Grad student in Linguistics||Involved in Trains|
|ML||Male||Grad student in Computer Science|
|NM||Male||Faculty or staff member||Involved in Trains|
|PH||Male||Grad student in Computer Science||Involved in Trains|
|PP||Female||Grad student in Computer Science|
|PV||Male||Grad student in Computer Science|
* This speaker is noted as male in publications about this corpus; however, the speaker is in fact female.