The VENEX corpus of anaphora and deixis in spoken and written Italian

@inproceedings{Poesio2004TheVC,
  title={The VENEX corpus of anaphora and deixis in spoken and written Italian},
  author={Massimo Poesio and Rodolfo Delmonte and Antonella Bristot and Luminita Chiran and Sara Tonelli},
  year={2004}
}
The VENEX corpus is a corpus of Italian annotated with information about anaphora and deixis, created in a joint project between the Universit à di Venezia and the University of Essex. The corpus includes both texts (articles from a financial newspaper) and dialogues (an Italian version of the MapTask corpus). The annotation scheme is an almost complete implementation of the scheme proposed in MATE, and the markup scheme is the simplified form of standoff adopted in the MMAX annotation tool. 

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