By António Branco
This ebook constitutes revised chosen papers of the sixth Discourse Anaphora and Anaphor solution Colloquium, DAARC 2007, held in Lagos, Portugal in March 2007. The thirteen revised complete papers offered have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 60 preliminary submissions in the course of rounds of reviewing and enhancements. The papers are prepared in topical sections on human processing and function, language research and illustration, answer method and algorithms, in addition to computational structures and functions.
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A. ) Discourse description: Diverse linguistic analyses of a fundraising text. John Benjamins, Amsterdam/Philadelphia: 295-326. , Noordman, L. (1992) Toward a taxonomy of coherence relations. Discourse Processes 15: 1–35. Webber, B. L. (1988) Discourse deixis and discourse processing. Technical report MS-CIS-86-74. Linc Lab 42. Department of Computer and Information Science, University of Pennsylvania. jp/~rose Abstract. , subjects are often agents, objects often patients), this study investigates the possibility that preference to resolve a sentence-initial pronoun to a syntactically prominent antecedent might actually be better explained in terms of preference for resolving to a semantically prominent antecedent.
8d/d’))—one beginning with a pronoun and one with a repeated name—were used. Experiment IIa used stimuli only in the CONTROL condition while Experiment IIb used stimuli only in the SPLIT condition. Procedures. The procedures for these two experiments were exactly the same as those reported above for Experiment I. 3 Results The results of Experiment IIa are shown in Figure 2. In this experiment—the CONTROL condition from Experiment 1—there was a marginal main eﬀect of REFERENT, no eﬀect of FORM, but a signiﬁcant interaction between the factors.
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Anaphora: Analysis, Algorithms and Applications: 6th Discourse Anaphora and Anaphor Resolution Colloquium, DAARC 2007, Lagos Portugal, March 29-30, 2007, by António Branco