By António Branco
This booklet constitutes revised chosen papers of the sixth Discourse Anaphora and Anaphor solution Colloquium, DAARC 2007, held in Lagos, Portugal in March 2007. The thirteen revised complete papers awarded have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 60 preliminary submissions in the course of rounds of reviewing and enhancements. The papers are equipped in topical sections on human processing and function, language research and illustration, answer method and algorithms, in addition to computational platforms and purposes.
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A referent which is ranked much higher than any other referent seems to block, in a sense, consideration of those other referents. While on the other hand, as referents are more closely ranked in the hierarchy, more 42 R. Rose time is required to consider them. Yet when they become too closely ranked, then the search for a suitable referent fails. 6 Conclusion In conclusion, the series of experiments presented here suggest that both syntactic and semantic prominence contribute to the ranking of candidates for pronoun resolution in a way that may result in a partially-ordered ranking.
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However, in the SPLIT condition, participants did not show any preference for either continuation sentence. 4 Discussion The experimental results show that in the CONTROL condition, participants prefer to interpret the pronoun as coreferent with the syntactically and semantically prominent entity. s. s. 05 Fig. 1. Mean reading times with 95% conﬁdence intervals for the continuation sentences (8d/d’) for participants (n = 32) in Experiment I. Two main factors were tested: CONTEXT (CONTROL, SPLIT) and intended REFERENT of pronoun (AGENT, PATIENT).