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Les chaînes de référence : annotation, application et questions théoriques

Abstract : This volume introductory article starts with a definition of the notion of reference chain, and continues with an overview of the methods and approaches for the study of reference chains. We show that the predominant linguistic approaches are not sufficient to take into account the discursive specificities of reference chains, as well as the links between them and text genres. We also show that corpus linguistics and mostly natural language processing approaches are more and more operational and sometimes forget the complexity of the initial linguistic phenomena. Moreover, they mainly focus on languages other than French. Then, we highlight the demarche that brought together the authors of these volume articles, which is partly implemented in the DEMOCRAT ANR project.
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Catherine Schnedecker, Julie Glikman, Frédéric Landragin. Les chaînes de référence : annotation, application et questions théoriques. Langue française, Armand Colin, 2017, Les chaînes de référence en corpus, 195, pp.5-15. ⟨halshs-01580785⟩

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