Information Sharing: Reference and Presupposition in Language Generation and Interpretation (Lecture Notes 74th)
By: Kees Van Deemter (editor), Roger Kibble (editor)Hardback
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This book introduces the concept of information sharing as an area of cognitive science, defining it as the process by which speakers depend on "given" information to convey "new" information - an idea crucial to language engineering. Where previous work in information sharing was often fragmented between different disciplines, this volume brings together theoretical and applied work and joins computational contributions with papers based on analyses of language corpora and on psycholinguistic experimentation.
Kees van Deemter is a Principal Research Fellow at the Information Technology Research Institute at the, University of Brighton. Rodger Kibble is a lecturer in the Department of Mathematical and Computing Sciences at Goldsmiths College, University of London.
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