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By Ekaterina Jasinskaja, Ulrike Kölsch, Jörg Mayer (auth.), António Branco (eds.)

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 provided have been conscientiously 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 technique and algorithms, in addition to computational structures and applications.

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The fellow student was as always in a bad mood and nobody listened. In the afternoon she still had many things to do. Type B Am Morgen ging die Studentin in die Universität (π1), denn es war mal wieder an der Zeit, die Vorlesung über die Vor– und Nachteile von Kants Kategorischem Imperativ zu besuchen. (π2) Im Hörsaal war es sehr voll. (π3) Die Kommilitonin/Der Kommilitone war stattdessen in der Bibliothek (π4), denn dort war es sehr ruhig. (π5) Nachmittags musste sie noch viel erledigen. Second antecedent in coordinate relation to first antecedent Only second antecedent at right frontier In the morning the student went to the university because it was time to attend the lecture on advantages and disadvantages of Kant’s categorical imperative.

5) (6) Johni could easily hit Mattj in the boxing match. Mattj was easy for Johni to hit ∅j in the boxing match. , he) should preferentially be interpreted as coreferent with the subject: John in (5) and Matt in (6). However, if semantic information determines discourse prominence, then the preference should be for the agent in both cases: John. Thus, the experiments described in the next section make use of this contrast in a self-paced reading task to compare the influence of syntactic and semantic information on discourse prominence.

The cumulative representation of the discourse thus far—that is, the context—is then seen to contain two things: a list of discourse referents and a list of semantic conditions on those referents. In this paper, I will be centrally concerned with the list of referents and how it is utilized during discourse processing. In DPT, each new utterance is processed and incorporated into the representation with respect to the current context [25,27, inter alia]. As various linguistic objects or configurations are detected by the parser, corresponding operations are triggered which may access the context in order to be completed.

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