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Section: Software

DeDe Corpus

DeDe is a corpus of roughly 50,000 words where around 5,000 definite descriptions have been annotated as coreferential, contextually dependent, non referential or autonomous. The corpus consists of articles from the newspaper Le Monde and is annotated with Multext-based morphosyntactic information. It was made available on the web in June 2006 through the CNRTL (Centre National de Ressources Textuelles et Lexicales) [62] .

Project(s): FReeBank, ANANAS

Authors: Claire Gardent

Contact: Claire Gardent


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