[Corpora-List] *Summary*Annotation of Anaphoric Expressions

Mai Zaki MZ106 at mdx.ac.uk
Sat May 7 15:54:01 CEST 2005

Dear Corpora members,

Thanks a lot for all those who responded to my inquiry. So far, this includes the following:

* Ramesh Krishnamurthy & Constantin Orason referred me to this site http://clg.wlv.ac.uk/papers/papers-by-keyword.php?keywordID=7 which has excellent reference papers done by their research group.

* Sandra Kübler of the University of Tübingen referred me to her work and some available papers on her webpage http://www.sfs.uni-tuebingen.de/~kuebler/papers.html

* Christer Johansson drew my attention to the work being developed at Bergen University in relation to online automatic anaphora-tagger, and checking progress at http://ling.uib.no

* Dr. Donna K. Byron referred me to her work on reference resolution algorithms, particularly in her thesis http://www.cse.ohio-state.edu/~dbyron/papers/thesis.pdf and her paper http://www.cse.ohio-state.edu/~dbyron/pubs/TR703-annotation.pdf, which are certainly very valuable references in this field.

* Robert Dale kindly sent me a paper that will be presented in upcoming IJCAI2005 conference on one-anaphora processing, and he duely noted the importance of this understudied kind of anaphora.

I also want to mention that I recently came to know about this site http://cswww.essex.ac.uk/staff/poesio/papers.html which includes a great collection of the work done by Massimo Poesio, both individually and in collaboration with others, with many papers available online.

I hope others will benefit from this summary too. Thanks a lot.



Mai Zaki
PhD student, School of Arts
Communication & English Language Studies
Middlesex University


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