By António Branco
This e-book 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 awarded have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 60 preliminary submissions in the course of rounds of reviewing and enhancements. The papers are equipped in topical sections on human processing and function, language research and illustration, solution method and algorithms, in addition to computational structures and purposes.
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Simultaneously, we can eliminate the possibility that pure subjecthood is responsible for our results. Situation models. g. Anderson, Garrod and Sanford, 1983; Morrow, Greenspan & Bower, 1987) discourse representations are updated with incoming new information. When the situation described in a discourse changes, such as by shifts in space and/or time, the discourse model will then represent the new episode including new discourse entities as well as relevant background knowledge. Accessibility of antecedents depends on them being part of the current discourse model.
Rose order-of-mention —but crucially it is the structural conﬁguration of an utterance which determines the relative prominence of referents. Semantic Prominence. One problem with the syntactic prominence account is that in English, at least, syntactic information and semantic information are often conﬂated. , aﬀectedness). Thus, an alternative account of the observation in (4) above is to assume that the semantic information imposes a hierarchy on discourse referents such that those introduced as agents are more prominent than those introduced as patients.
However, in the SPLIT condition, participants did not show any preference for either continuation sentence. 4 Discussion The experimental results show that in the CONTROL condition, participants prefer to interpret the pronoun as coreferent with the syntactically and semantically prominent entity. s. s. 05 Fig. 1. Mean reading times with 95% conﬁdence intervals for the continuation sentences (8d/d’) for participants (n = 32) in Experiment I. Two main factors were tested: CONTEXT (CONTROL, SPLIT) and intended REFERENT of pronoun (AGENT, PATIENT).