António Branco's Anaphora: Analysis, Algorithms and Applications: 6th PDF

By António Branco

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ISBN-13: 9783540714118

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This booklet constitutes revised chosen papers of the sixth Discourse Anaphora and Anaphor answer Colloquium, DAARC 2007, held in Lagos, Portugal in March 2007. The thirteen revised complete papers awarded have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 60 preliminary submissions in the course of rounds of reviewing and enhancements. The papers are geared up in topical sections on human processing and function, language research and illustration, answer method and algorithms, in addition to computational platforms and functions.

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This could be one source of variation. One way to overcome this problem is to take advantage of the repeated-name penalty experimental technique described in Gordon, et al. [10]. , he as in (9b’)). (9) a. John walked to the supermarket. b. John bought two fish. b’. He bought two fish. 1. After the context sentence in (9a), John is the most discourseprominent referent. PRO, John will be judged the most suitable referent and coreference will be readily established. PN and then the introduction of a new discourse referent different from the existing referent of John in the context.

Since all other factors can also be formalized in Default Logic, the principle does not need to be left implicit in the algorithm, and can be integrated seamlessly into the rest of the explicit rules affecting anaphora resolution. g. g. g. Centering Theory). g.

Janei thinks Janei is sick. In Gordon and Hendrick’s description of DPT, they also imply the necessity of a further construction rule to handle cases where a pronoun has been incorrectly assigned. For instance, consider (3). (3) a. John sent a package to Bill. b. He received it two days later. In DPT, the pronoun he in (3b) is initially interpreted as coreferent with the discourse referent introduce by John in the preceding sentence (because it is syntactically most prominent—discussed in further detail below).

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