Constraints in Discourse 3: Representing and Inferring Discourse Structure

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The analysis of discourse is probably one of the most complex problems of linguistics. It can be approached from many different directions, involving a large variety of different methods. This volume unites psycholinguistic studies, investigations of logical and computational models of discourse, corpus studies, and linguistic case studies of language-specific devices. This variety of approaches reflects the complexity of discourse production and understanding, and it also reflects the necessity of understanding the complex ...

Constraints in Discourse 3: Representing and inferring discourse structure 2012, John Benjamins Publishing Co, Amsterdam

ISBN-13: 9789027256287

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