Dialogue & Discourse

Dialogue & Discourse is the first international journal dedicated exclusively to work that deals with language "beyond the single sentence", in discourse (i.e., text, monologue) and dialogue. The journal adopts an interdisciplinary perspective, accepting work from Linguistics, Computer Science, Psychology, Sociology, Philosophy, and other associated fields with an interest in formally, technically, empirically or experimentally rigorous approaches. We are committed to ensuring the highest editorial standards and rigorous peer-review of all submissions, while granting open access to all interested readers.

D&D is affiliated with the eLanguage project and it is endorsed by SIGdial, the joint ACL and ISCA Special Interest Group on Discourse and Dialogue, the organisers of SemDial, the Workshop Series on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue, and AMLaP ("Architectures and Mechanisms of Language Processing").

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Vol 4, No 2 (2013): Beyond semantics: the challenges of annotating pragmatic and discourse phenomena

Table of Contents

Are We There Yet?: The Development of a Corpus Annotated for Social Acts in Multilingual Online Discourse PDF
Jonathan T Morgan, Meghan Oxley, Emily Bender, Liyi Zhu, Varya Gracheva, Mark Zachry 1-33
Holistic Discourse Coherence Annotation for Noisy Essay Writing PDF
Jill Burstein, Joel Tetreault, Martin Chodorow 34-52
A Uniform Syntax and Discourse Structure: the Copenhagen Dependency Treebanks PDF
Daniel Hardt 53-64
Annotating the meaning of discourse connectives by looking at their translation: The translation-spotting technique PDF
Bruno Cartoni, Sandrine Zufferey, Thomas Meyer 65-86
A corpus of science journalism for analyzing writing quality PDF
Annie Louis, Ani Nenkova 87-117
Identifying "aboutness topics": two annotation experiments PDF
Philippa Cook, Felix Bildhauer 118-141
Linguistic Tests for Discourse Relations PDF
Yannick Versley, Anna Gastel 142-173
Turkish Discourse Bank: Porting a discourse annotation style to a morphologically rich language PDF
Deniz Zeyrek 174-184
Annotation of negotiation processes in joint-action dialogues PDF
Thora Tenbrink, Kathleen Eberhard, Hui Shi, Sandra Kuebler, Matthias Scheutz 185-214
Focus Triggers and Focus Types from a Corpus Perspective PDF
Arndt Riester, Stefan Baumann 215-248
Annotation upon Annotation: Adding Signalling Information to a Corpus of Discourse Relations PDF
Maite Taboada, Debopam Das 249-281
A Discriminative Analysis of Fine-Grained Semantic Relations including Presupposition: Annotation and Classification PDF
Galina Tremper, Anette Frank 282-322

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