A dataset containing discourse markers
A data frame with 97 rows and 5 variables
A dictionary of discourse markers from Alemany (2005). "In this lexicon, discourse markers are characterized by their structural (continuation or elaboration) and semantic (revision, cause, equality, context) meanings, and they are also associated to a morphosyntactic class (part of speech, PoS), one of adverbial (A), phrasal (P) or conjunctive (C)... Sometimes a discourse marker is underspecified with respect to a meaning. We encode this with a hash. This tends to happen with structural meanings, because these meanings can well be established by discursive mechanisms other than discourse markers, and the presence of the discourse marker just reinforces the relation, whichever it may be." (p. 191).
marker. The discourse marker
type. The semantic type (typically overlaps with
semantic except in the special types
structural. How the marker is used structurally
semantic. How the marker is used semantically
pos. Part of speech: adverbial (A), phrasal (P) or conjunctive (C)
Alemany, L. A. (2005). Representing discourse for automatic text summarization via
shallow NLP techniques (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). Universitat de Barcelona, Barcelona.
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