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Advanced Natural Language Processing Lecture 21 Discourse and its Structures (abbreviated version)

By Bonnie Webber

Abstract

Discourse structures are the patterns one sees in multi-sentence (multi-clausal) texts. Recognizing these pattern(s) and what they convey is useful for deriving intended information from the text. Researchers in Language Technology (LT) are beginning to be able to recognize and exploit these patterns for useful ends

Year: 2012
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