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Year 2016
Type oral presentation *
Status published
Language English
Author(s) Nedoluzhko, Anna
Title Discourse annotation theories and tools
Czech title Anotace diskurzu - teorie a nástroje
Publisher's city and country Spain, Valencia
Venue Valencia
Month January
How published online
URL https://ufal.mff.cuni.cz/~nedoluzko/DiscourseTheories_Nedoluzhko.pdf
Supported by 2016-2018 GA16-05394S (Structure of coreferential chains in parallel language data)
Czech abstract V rámci přednásky byly představeny existující teorie anotace diskurních jevů a nástroje, které se pro tento typ anotací používají.
English abstract Discourse coherence is a complex natural language phenomenon which is achieved by different linguistic means (e.g., anaphoricity, information structure, discourse markers and connectives, rhetorical structure of text, etc.). Many approaches in computational linguistics are used to capture discourse relations and Tind practical applications. This session focuses on discussing theories and approaches applied to the annotation of discourse phenomena in different languages, such as Rhetorical Structure Theory, Penn Discourse Treebank, Segmented Discourse Representation Theory and so on. Participants will have the opportunity to compare these approaches to see which phenomena are central to them and which ones are less prominent. We will also introduce the tools of discourse annotation and demonstrate esp. TrEd, PDTB and MMAX.
Specialization linguistics ("jazykověda")
Confidentiality default – not confidential
Event Methods and tools for the analysis of discourse relational devices
Presentation type invited talk (other)
Open access no
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