Daniel Krugman

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1 Background This paper addresses nonlocal context effects in the interpretation of ambiguous utterances in natural language. We examine equivocation as a form of discourse ambiguity and demonstrate that nonlocal contexts can resolve ambiguity by providing a method for exploring the effects of global context. Of particular relevance is that the locus of(More)
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