coreferent


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Adj.1.coreferent - related by sharing a symbolic link to a concrete object or an abstraction; "two expressions are coreferent if they denote the same object or individual"
related, related to - being connected either logically or causally or by shared characteristics ; "painting and the related arts"; "school-related activities"; "related to micelle formation is the...ability of detergent actives to congregate at oil-water interfaces"
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To decide, the LEIA searches the context for an available coreferent.
Two noun phrases are coreferent if they refer to the same entity.
In other words, does the presence of a clitic oblige its coreferent lexical dative to meet certain semantic conditions?
for instance Jones 1996:412 459) claims that the main verb governs a DO and a sentential complement with an untensed verb--the infinitive--whose null subject is coreferent with the DO.
In general, the mapping from "name constants" to real entities can differ in subtle ways from database to database, making it difficult to determine if two name constants are coreferent (i.
Our approach uses entity resolution to determine coreferent entities in the knowledge graph, producing a consistent set of labels and relations for each resolved node.
Me occurs as the final verb of the first clause, and ina as the final verb of the second clause alongside me marked with a pronominal resumptive prefix e- which is coreferent with the T of me in the previous clause.
The relevant part of the syntactic structure of (11) is shown in (12) (where A denotes an empty pronoun coreferent with the hanging topic).
Entity resolution can support the identification of medical conditions by identifying entities and matching entities that are likely to be coreferent.
However, examples (8a) and (8b) are a good example, because structurally they differ only in the person prefix that is used: the dependent verb in (8a) takes a coreferent absolutive prefix (3R), in (8b) it take a 'normal' absolutive prefix (3SG).
60b) shows that it is hardly possible for a pronoun to be coreferent with a DP which is separated from the pronoun by an HT-Ger construction.
The exact form of the instances depends on the learning algorithm, but for the inductive-learning algorithm used by MLR and RESOLVE, the training examples contain (1) a list of features, or attribute-value pairs, that describe the phrases under consideration and the context in which they occur and (2) supervisory information in the form of a class value that indicates whether the two phrases are coreferent.