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    Hub Prüst, Remko Scha & Martin Van Den Berg (1994). Discourse Grammar and Verb Phrase Anaphora. Linguistics and Philosophy 17 (3):261-327.
    We argue that an adequate treatment of verb phrase anaphora must depart in two major respects from the standard approaches. First of all, VP anaphors cannot be resolved by simply identifying the anaphoric VP with an antecedent VP. The resolution process must establish a syntactic/semantic parallelism between larger units that the VPs occur in. Secondly, discourse structure has a significant influence on the reference possibilities of VPA. This influence must be accounted for. We propose a treatment which meets these requirements. (...)
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  2. Hub Prust, Remko Scha & Martin van den Berg (1994). A Discourse Perspective on Verb Phrase Anaphora. Linguistics and Philosophy 17 (3):261-327.
     
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    Livia Polanyi, Martin van den Berg & David Ahn (2003). Discourse Structure and Sentential Information Structure. An Initial Proposal. Journal of Logic, Language and Information 12 (3):337-350.
    In this article we argue that discourse structure constrains the set ofpossible constituents in a discourse that can provide the relevantcontext for structuring information in a target sentence, whileinformation structure critically constrains discourse structureambiguity. For the speaker, the discourse structure provides a set of possible contexts for continuation while information structure assignment is independent of discourse structure. For the hearer, the information structure of a sentence together with discourse structure instructs dynamic semantics how rhematic information should be used to update (...)
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  4. Martin van den Berg (1996). Dynamic Generalized Quantifiers. In J. van der Does & Van J. Eijck (eds.), Quantifiers, Logic, and Language. Stanford University 63--94.
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