Coreference in Spoken vs. Written Texts: a Corpus-based Analysis

LREC 2012 Marilisa AmoiaKerstin KunzEkaterina Lapshinova-Koltunski

This paper describes an empirical study of coreference in spoken vs. written text. We focus on the comparison of two particular text types, interviews and popular science texts, as instances of spoken and written texts since they display quite different discourse structures... (read more)

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