7th Discourse Anaphora and
Anaphor Resolution Colloquium

November 5-6, 2009, Goa, India
hosted by AU-KBC Research Centre, Anna University, Chennai


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List of Accepted Papers


DAARC 2009 Spinger Volume

3   Alison Sanford, Jessica Price and Anthony Sanford. Cleft constructions and focus in anaphoric resolution

5   Costanza Navarretta. Automatic recognition of the function of third-person singular neuter pronouns in texts and spoken data

10   Yoad Winter and Eric Reuland. Binding without Identity: Towards a unified semantics for bound and exempt anaphors

12   Petra Schumacher. Definiteness Marking Shows Late Effects during Discourse Processing: Evidence from ERPs

13   Marta Recasens and Eduard Hovy. A Deeper Look into Features for Coreference Resolution

21   Elsi Kaiser. Effects of anaphoric dependencies and semantic representations on pronoun interpretation

25   Iris Hendrickx and Veronique Hoste. Coreference Resolution on Blogs and Commented News

28   Alexis Dimitriadis and Min Que. The doubly-marked reflexive in Chinese

31   Dan Cristea, Emanuel Dima and Corina Dima. Why would a robot make use of pronouns?

32   José Leităo, António Branco, Maria Mercedes Pińango and Luís Pires. Pronoun Resolution to Commanders and to Recessors is Investigated by Event-Related Brain Potentials: preliminary results

34   Sobha L, Sankar K, Kavitha V and Pattabhi Rama Krishna Rao T. Identification of Similar Documents Using Coherent Chunks

DAARC 2009 Proceedings

Oral Presentation

6   Andrej Kibrik. Basics of referential systems: Sorting things out

11  Anna Nedoluzhko, Jirí Mírovský, Radek Ocelák and Jirí Pergler. Extended Coreferential Relations and Bridging Anaphora in the Prague Dependency Treebank

16   Xiao He and Elsi Kaiser. Consequences of variable accessibility for anaphor resolution in Chinese

20  Dagmar Schadler. The anaphoric system in Swedish in comparison to Dutch and German

22   Elsi Kaiser. Keeping an eye on the competition:Referring to focus-induced alternatives

26   Christer Johansson. Evaluation of coreference chains

29  souha mezghani hammami, Lamia hadrich belguith and abdelmajid Ben Hamadou. A rule-based method for detecting Arabic Anaphoric Pronouns

33  Bhargav Uppalapu and Dipti Misra Sharma. Pronoun Resolution For Hindi

36  Constantin Orasan and Laura Hasler. Do coreferential arguments make coreferential events?

Poster Presentation

2   Anthony Sanford, Linda Moxey and Karen Tonks. The basis of plural reference resolution

9   Jason Ma. An Evolutionary Reformulation of Centering Theory

14   Lucy Kyoungsook Kim and Elsi Kaiser. On- and off-line resolution of null subjects in Korean: Effects of honorific agreement

15   Milena Kuehnast, Tom Roeper and Dagmar Bittner. What is the acquisition path for Topic-shift?

17   Klara Ceberio, Itziar Aduriz, Arantza Diaz de Ilarraza and Ines Garcia Azkoaga. Empirical study of the relevance of semantic information for anaphora resolution: the case of adverbial anaphora

18   David Li and Elsi Kaiser. Overcoming structural preference: Effects of context on the interpretation of the Chinese simple reflexive ziji

19   Annemie Demol. Discourse Topics, Paragraph Boundaries and Pronominal Anaphora: Evidence from French.

23   Anna Volkova. Anaphor resolution in Eastern Mari

35   Girish Nath Jha, sobha L and Diwakar Mishra. Discourse Anaphora and Resolution Techniques in Sanskrit