Merel C.J. Scholman
Merel C.J. Scholman
Assistant Professor, Utrecht University; Researcher, Saarland University
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Unifying dimensions in coherence relations: How various annotation frameworks are related
TJM Sanders, V Demberg, J Hoek, MCJ Scholman, FT Asr, S Zufferey, ...
Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory 17 (1), 1-71, 2021
Annotating discourse relations in spoken language: A comparison of the PDTB and CCR frameworks
I Rehbein, M Scholman, V Demberg
Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Language Resources and …, 2016
A step-wise approach to discourse annotation: Towards a reliable categorization of coherence relations
M Scholman, J Evers-Vermeul, TJM Sanders
Dialogue & Discourse 7 (2), 1-28, 2016
“On the one hand” as a cue to anticipate upcoming discourse structure
MCJ Scholman, H Rohde, V Demberg
Journal of Memory and Language 97, 47-60, 2017
Examples and specifications that prove a point: Identifying elaborative and argumentative discourse relations
MCJ Scholman, V Demberg
Dialogue & Discourse 8 (2), 56-83, 2017
Individual differences in expecting coherence relations: Exploring the variability in sensitivity to contextual signals in discourse
MCJ Scholman, V Demberg, TJM Sanders
Discourse Processes 57 (10), 844-861, 2020
Crowdsourcing discourse interpretations: On the influence of context and the reliability of a connective insertion task
M Scholman, V Demberg
Proceedings of the 11th linguistic annotation workshop, 24-33, 2017
Evaluating discourse annotation: Some recent insights and new approaches
J Hoek, M Scholman
Proceedings of the 13th Joint ISO-ACL Workshop on Interoperable Semantic …, 2017
On temporality in discourse annotation: Theoretical and practical considerations
J Evers-Vermeul, J Hoek, MCJ Scholman
Dialogue & Discourse 8 (2), 1-20, 2017
How compatible are our discourse annotation frameworks? Insights from mapping RST-DT and PDTB annotations
V Demberg, MCJ Scholman, FT Asr
Dialogue & Discourse 10 (1), 87-135, 2019
Crowdsourcing discourse relation annotations by a two-step connective insertion task
F Yung, V Demberg, M Scholman
Proceedings of the 13th Linguistic Annotation Workshop, 16-25, 2019
Establishing annotation quality in multi-label annotations
M Marchal, M Scholman, F Yung, V Demberg
Proceedings of the 29th international conference on computational …, 2022
Discogem: A crowdsourced corpus of genre-mixed implicit discourse relations
M Scholman, D Tianai, F Yung, V Demberg
the 13th Language Resources and Evaluation Conference (LREC 2022), 3281-3290, 2022
How compatible are our discourse annotations? insights from mapping rst-dt and pdtb annotations
V Demberg, FT Asr, M Scholman
arXiv preprint arXiv:1704.08893, 2017
Coherence relations in discourse and cognition: comparing approaches, annotations and interpretations
MCJ Scholman
Saarländische Universitäts-und Landesbibliothek, 2019
Discourse rules: the effects of clause order principles on the reading process
MCJ Scholman, L Blything, K Cain, J Hoek, J Evers-Vermeul
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 37 (10), 1277-1291, 2022
Comparison of methods for explicit discourse connective identification across various domains
M Scholman, T Dong, F Yung, V Demberg
Proceedings of the 2nd Workshop on Computational Approaches to Discourse, 95-106, 2021
Categories of coherence relations in discourse annotation
MCJ Scholman, J Evers-Vermeul, TJM Sanders
Dialogue & Discourse 7 (2), 1-28, 2016
Is there less annotator agreement when the discourse relation is underspecified?
J Hoek, MCJ Scholman, TJM Sanders
Proceedings of the First Workshop on Integrating Perspectives on Discourse …, 2021
Design choices in crowdsourcing discourse relation annotations: The effect of worker selection and training
M Scholman, V Pyatkin, F Yung, I Dagan, R Tsarfaty, V Demberg
Proceedings of the Thirteenth Language Resources and Evaluation Conference …, 2022
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