By Helene Schmolz
The fields of linguistics and data expertise can take advantage of one another in worthwhile methods in the event that they get attached in a very interdisciplinary means. This ebook makes a speciality of anaphora answer for the English language and exhibits how lucrative a linguistic-computational viewpoint may be. It outlines every kind of anaphors and their frequencies and in addition develops principles for resolving non-finite clause anaphors, that have by no means sooner than been tested.
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Additionally, when detecting anaphoric chains, the distance between anaphor and antecedent does not become unnaturally large. Stirling & Huddleston (2010) argue: There can be a very large distance between the first antecedent in a chain and the final anaphor, greater than would typically be permitted for a direct link: it is the intermediate links that keep the referent salient in the context of discourse so that reference to it can be made by means of a personal pronoun or other anaphor with little intrinsic content.
Fig. 1: Reference Although both endophora and exophora constitute referential processes, they are different in one aspect fundamentally important for this work: whether the antecedents are found in the text or context. By definition, endophoric expressions have their point of reference in the text. Exophoric items, however, are references to the situation, so the referred item is retrievable from the verbal or nonverbal situation. e. if this item is endophoric or exophoric. By reading or hearing only the sentence She likes music an outside observer does not know who she is.
As a result, anaphoric noun phrases with a definite article, for example, are not included in both categorisations. Furthermore, Schubert (2012: 31-55) presents a text-linguistic view, of which anaphors are part, but his classification is similarly unsuitable because it does not focus on the anaphoric items specifically. e. it and this/that referring to a clause, belongs (as he details it) to his category of “comparative reference”, or to “personal reference” and “demonstrative reference” because these are personal/demonstrative pronouns (cf.
Anaphora Resolution and Text Retrieval by Helene Schmolz
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