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Traitement Automatique des Langues

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 ARTICLE VOL 46/1 - 2005  - pp.11-13
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Preface

ABSTRACT
Anaphora, which describes the dependence of an expression on a previously mentioned expression, has been a central object of study in descriptive, theoretical and computational linguistics. It has long been recognized that anaphoric dependencies within sentences are an important source of insight into underlying syntactic structure (Chomsky, 1981; Reinhart 1983; Büring, 2004). Since the development of Discourse Representation Theory (DRT) (Kamp, 1981; Kamp & Reyle, 1993) and File Change Semantics, (Heim, 1982), anaphora across sentences has become a major focus in semantic theories. In computational linguistics, with its more practical orientation, there has been a focus on the problem of anaphora resolution algorithms: methods for determining the antecedent for a given anaphoric expression.
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