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Marking-up multiple views of a Text: Discourse and Reference

Abstract : We describe an encoding scheme for discourse structure and reference, based on the TEI Guidelines and the recommendations of the Corpus Encoding Specification (CES). A central feature of the scheme is a CES-based data architecture enabling the encoding of and access to multiple views of a marked-up document. We describe a tool architecture that supports the encoding scheme, and then show how we have used the encoding scheme and the tools to perform a discourse analytic task in support of a model of global discourse cohesion called Veins Theory (Cristea & Ide, 1998).
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Dan Cristea, Nancy Ide, Laurent Romary. Marking-up multiple views of a Text: Discourse and Reference. First International Language Resources and Evaluation Conference, May 1998, Grenada, Spain. pp.483-488. ⟨hal-00416510⟩



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