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A cognitively plausible model for anaphora resolution

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Olga Seminck
Pascal Amsili
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Abstract

Anaphora resolution is a complex problem as it deals with syntax, semantics and discourse. The subject is well studied in the field of psycholinguistics, where multiple preferences were discovered, and in the field of computational linguistics, where many systems have been developed to perform anaphora resolution in documents. Nevertheless, the work done in the two fiels remains disconnected. We investigate how we can bridge the gap by exploiting the options for making a cognitively plausible model for anaphora resolution. Such model can be beneficent for both fields as it can inspire computational linguistics with findings about how humans process anaphora, and help the psycholinguistic community developing large coverage, incremental models simulating the human processing of anaphora.

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halshs-01831935 , version 1 (02-09-2022)

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Olga Seminck, Pascal Amsili. A cognitively plausible model for anaphora resolution. AMLaP 22, Sep 2016, Bilbao, Spain. 2016. ⟨halshs-01831935⟩
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