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A Theory of Non-constituent Coordination based on Finite-State Rules

@inproceedings{Maxwell2009ATO,
  title={A Theory of Non-constituent Coordination based on Finite-State Rules},
  author={John T. Maxwell and Christopher D. Manning and C. Brun and M. Copperman and M. Dalrymple and Marcin Dymet},
  year={2009}
}
1 We are indebted to Milward (1994) for provoking and providing a starting point for this renewed research on coordination. Many of these ideas were discussed at various meetings and in email discussions and we thank the many participants: Caroline Brun, Max Copperman, Mary Dalrymple, Marc Dymetman, John Fry, Ron Kaplan, Lauri Karttunen, Martin Kay, Paula Newman, Mar a-Eugenia Ni~ no, Fr ed erique Segond, and Annie Zaenen. We are also grateful to Jim Blevins and Mark Johnson for comments… Expand
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