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In a coherent (written or spoken) discourse, the situations mentioned in the discourse, such as events, states, facts, propositions, and dialogue acts are semantically linked through causal, contrastive, temporal and other relations, called ‘discourse relations’, ‘rhetorical relations’, or ‘coherence relations’. Although discourse relations hold most prominently between the meanings of successive sentences or utterances in a discourse, they may also occur between the meanings of smaller or larger units (nominalizations, clauses, paragraphs, dialogue segments), and they may occur between situations that are not explicitly described but that can be inferred. This standard is concerned with the representation and annotation of ‘low-level’ discourse relations between situations mentioned in discourse, where each relation is annotated independently of other relations in the same discourse. The standard does not consider higher-level discourse structure representation which would involve linking low-level discourse relations to form one or more complex structures. The standard is, moreover, restricted to strictly semantic relations, to the exclusion of, for example, presentational relations, which concern the way in which a text is presented to its readers or the way in which speakers structure their contributions in a spoken dialogue.
||Beheer van talige hulpmiddelen en bronnen - Semantisch annotatiekader (SemAF) - Deel 8: Semantische relaties bij het voeren van een gesprek, kernannotatieschema (ISO DR-corel)
||Language resource management - Semantic annotation framework (SemAF) - Part 8: Semantic relations in discourse, core annotation schema (ISO DR-corel)