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Massimo Poesio

You can find on this page bibliographic citations for most of my  papers, divided by category (journal, book chapter, etc) and in inverted chronological order (most recent papers first) - pdfs included where not violating copyright.  To find papers related to particular topics, go to my research page.

SUBMITTED AND IN PREPARATION

  • Jorien van Paaschen, Rick Evertsz, Paolo Busetta, and Massimo Poesio. Modelling emotion: insights from psychology and computer science. In preparation.
  • Yuan Tao, Andrew Anderson, and Massimo Poesio. Distinguishing concrete and abstract senses in polysemy: the role of the Anterior Temporal Lobe. Submitted.
  • Jonathan Ginzburg and Massimo Poesio. Grammar is a system that characterizes talk in interaction. Submitted.
  • Francesca Bonin, Asif Ekbal, Sriparna Saha, Utpal Sikdar, Fabio Cavulli, Aronne Noriller, Ans Alghamdi, and Massimo Poesio. Named Entity Recognition in the Humanities: The Case of the Archaeology Domain. Submitted.
  • Asif Ekbal, Francesca Bonin, Sriparna Saha, Utpal Sikdar, Fabio Cavulli, Ans Alghamdi, and Massimo Poesio. Active Learning and Ensemble Construction for NER in the Archeological Domain. Submitted.

BOOKS

  • Massimo Poesio, Roland Stuckardt, and Yannick Versley, in press. Anaphora Resolution: Algorithms, Resources, and Applications. Springer.

RESEARCH ARTICLES IN JOURNALS

2015 and in press

  • Andrew Anderson, Elia Bruni, Alessandro Lopopolo, Massimo Poesio, and Marco Baroni, in press. Reading visually embodied meaning from the brain: visually grounded computational models decode visual-object mental imagery induced by written text. Neuroimage,.
  • Maha Althobaiti, Udo Kruschwitz, and Massimo Poesio, 2015. Combining Minimally Supervised Methods for Arabic Named Entity Recognition. Transactions of the ACL.. (pdf)

2014

2013

2012

  • Federica Cavicchio and Massimo Poesio, 2012.  (non) Cooperative Dialogues: The Role of Emotions. Human Factors, 56(4), 546-559.
  • Federica Cavicchio and Massimo Poesio, 2012. The Rovereto Emotive Corpus: a new resource to investigate the pragmatics of emotions. Language Resources and Evaluation, 46, 117-130.
  • H. Akama, Brian Murphy, L. Na, Y. Shimizu and Massimo Poesio, 2012. Decoding semantics across fMRI sessions with different stimulus modalities: a practical MVPA study. Frontiers in Neuroinformatics, 6(24).
    • This paper was discussed in ScienceDaily  here .

2011

  • Brian Murphy, Massimo Poesio, Francesca Bovolo, Lorenzo Bruzzone, Michele Dalponte, and Heba Lakany, 2011. EEG decoding of semantic category reveals distributed representations for single concepts. Brain and Language, 117(1), 12-22. (pdf)
  • Massimo Poesio and Hannes Rieser, 2011. An Incremental Model of Anaphora and Reference Resolution Based on Resource Situations. Dialogue and Discourse, 2(1), 235-277. (pdf)
  • Asif Ekbal, Francesca Bonin, Sriparna Saha, Egon Stemle, Eduard Barbu, Fabio Cavulli, Christian Girardi, and Massimo Poesio, 2011. Rapid Adaptation of NE Resolvers for Humanities Domains using Active Annotation. Journal for Language Technology and Computational Linguistics, 26(20), 39–51.

2010

  • Massimo Poesio and Hannes Rieser, 2010. Completions, coordination, and alignment in dialogue. Dialogue and Discourse v. 1, n. 1. (pdf )
  • Marco Baroni, Brian Murphy, Eduard Barbu, and Massimo Poesio, 2010. Strudel: A Corpus-Based Semantic Model Based on Properties and Types. Cognitive Science. 34(2), 222-254. (pdf )

2009

  • Nikiforos Karamanis, Massimo Poesio, Chris Mellish and Jon Oberlander, 2009. Evaluating Centering for Information Ordering using Corpora. Computational Linguistics, v. 35, n. 1. (pdf )

2008

  • Ron Artstein and Massimo Poesio, 2008. Intercoder agreement for Computational Linguistics. Computational Linguistics, v. 34, n.4. (pdf ) (PDF of 2005 Technical Report.)
  • Massimo Poesio and Ron Artstein, 2008. Introduction to the Special Issue on Ambiguity and Semantic Judgments. Research in Language and Computation, v. 6, n.3 (pdf )

2007

  • Josef Steinberger, Massimo Poesio, Mijail Kabadjov and Karel Jezek 2007. Two uses of anaphora resolution in summarization. Information Processing and Management, v. 43, n. 6, 1663-1680. Special issue on Summarization (Donna Harman, ed.). (pdf of preliminary version)
  • Olivia Sanchez-Graillet and Massimo Poesio, 2007. Negation of protein-protein interactions. Bioinformatics, v. 23, n. 13, 424-432. (Full content of article in .html)

2006

  • Massimo Poesio, Patrick Sturt, Ron Artstein, and Ruth Filik 2006. Underspecification and anaphora: Theoretical issues and preliminary evidence. Discourse Processes, v. 42, n. 2, 157-175. (pdf)
  • Massimo Poesio, Amrita Patel, and Barbara di Eugenio, 2006. Discourse Structure and Anaphora in Tutorial Dialogues: an Empirical Analysis of two Theories of the Global Focus. Research in Language and Computation. v.4, 229-257. (pdf)

2005

  • Massimo Poesio, 2005. Domain modelling and NLP: Formal ontologies? Lexica? Or a bit of both?, Applied Ontology, v. 1, n. 1, 27-33. (pdf of a preliminary version)

2004

  • Massimo Poesio, Rosemary Stevenson, Barbara di Eugenio, and Janet Hitzeman, 2004. Centering: A Parametric theory and its instantiations. Computational Linguistics, 30(3), p. 309-363. (pdf) An extended version is available as University of Essex NLE Technical Note TN-02-01, April (revised May 2004). (pdf)

2002

  • Helen Hastie, Massimo Poesio, and Stephen Isard, 2002. Automatically Predicting Dialogue Structure Using Prosodic Features. Speech Communication, v. 36, n. 1-2, p. 63-79. (pdf)

2000

  • Renata Vieira and Massimo Poesio, 2000. An Empirically-Based System for Processing Definite Descriptions. Computational Linguistics, v. 26, n.4, 539-593. (pdf)

1998

  • Massimo Poesio and Renata Vieira, 1998. A Corpus-based Investigation of Definite Description Use, Computational Linguistics, v. 24, n.2, 183-216. (pdf)

1997

  • Massimo Poesio and David Traum, 1997. Conversational Actions and Discourse Situations, Computational Intelligence,v. 13, n.3. (pdf)

1996

  • David R. Traum, Lenhart K. Schubert, Massimo Poesio, Nathaniel G. Martin, Marc N. Light, Chung Hee Hwang, Peter A. Heeman, George M. Ferguson and James F. Allen, 1996. Knowledge Representation in the TRAINS-93 Conversation System. International Journal of Expert Systems 9(1):173-223, 1996. TRAINS Technical Note 96-4 and TR 633, Computer Science Dept., U. Rochester, August 1996.

1995

  • James F. Allen, Lenhart K. Schubert, George Ferguson, Peter Heeman, Chung Hee Hwang, Tsuneaki Kato, Marc Light, Nathaniel G. Martin, Bradford W. Miller, Massimo Poesio and David R. Traum, 1995. The TRAINS Project: A Case Study in Defining a Conversational Planning Agent. Journal of Experimental and Theoretical AI, v. 7, n. 1. (The paper is also available as TRAINS TN 94-3 and Technical Report TR 532, Computer Science Dept., U. Rochester, September 1994.)
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RESEARCH ARTICLES IN BOOKS

2013

  • Chamberlain, Jon, Karen Fort, Udo Kruschwitz, Mathieu Lafourcade and Massimo Poesio, 2013. Using games to create linguistic resources. In I. Gurevytch et al (eds.), The People's Web Meets NLP. Springer

2012

  • Uryupina, Olga, Massimo Poesio, Claudio Giuliano, and Kateryna Tymoshenko, 2012. Disambiguation and Filtering Methods in Using Web Knowledge for Coreference Resolution.    In C. Boonthum- Denecke , P. M. McCarthy, T. Lamkin (eds.), Cross-Disciplinary Advances in Applied Natural Language Processing: Issues and Approaches. Hershey, IGI Global, pp. 185- 201.

2011

  • Poesio, Massimo, Nils Diewald, Maik Stuehrenberg, Jon Chamberlain, Daniel Jettka, Daniela Goecke and Udo Kruschwitz, 2011. Markup infrastructure for the Anaphoric Bank, part I: Supporting web collaboration. In A. Mehler, K.-U. Kuehnberger, H. Lobin, H. Luengen, A. Storrer, and A. Witt, editors, Modelling, Learning and Processing of Text Technological Data Structures, Dordrecht, Springer.

2009

  • Cavicchio, Federica and Massimo Poesio, 2009. Multimodal Corpora Annotation: Validation Methods to Assess Coding Scheme Reliability. In M. Kipp, J.-C. Martin, P. Paggio, and D. Heylen (Eds.), Multimodal Corpora LNAI 5509, Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 109-121.

2008

  • Cavicchio, Federica and Massimo Poesio, 2008. Annotation of Emotion in Dialogue: The Emotion in Cooperation Project. Perception in Multimodal Dialogue Systems, Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science.
  • Poesio, Massimo, 2008. Linguistic Claims Formulated in Terms of Centering: A Re-examination using Parametric CB-tracking Techniques. In J. Gundel and N. Hedberg (eds), Reference: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, Oxford University Press. (pdf)
  • Massimo Poesio and Abdulrahman Almuhareb, 2008. Extracting Concept Descriptions from the Web: The Importance of Attributes and Values. In P. Buitelaar and P. Cimiano (eds), Ontology Learning and Population: Bridging the Gap between Text and Knowledge IoS, Amsterdam, 29-44. (pdf)

2007

  • Massimo Poesio, Uwe Reyle, and Rosemary Stevenson, 2007. Justified Sloppiness in Anaphoric Reference. In H. Bunt and R. Muskens (eds.), Computing Meaning 3, Kluwer. (pdf)

2005

  • Massimo Poesio and Natalia Modjeska, 2005. Focus, Activation, and THIS-Noun Phrases. In A. Branco, T. McEnery and R. Mitkov (eds.), Anaphora Processing, John Benjamins. 429-456. (pdf)

2004

  • Massimo Poesio and Abdulrahman Almuhareb, 2004. Feature-Based vs. Property-based KR: An Empirical perspective. In Achille Varzi and Laure Vieu (eds), Formal Ontology in Information Systems, Proceedings, IoS, Amsterdam, 177-184. (pdf)

2000

  • Renata Vieira and Massimo Poesio, 2000. Processing definite descriptions in corpora. In S. Botley and T. McEnery (eds.), Corpus-based and computational approaches to anaphora , UCL Press. (pdf)

1996

  • Massimo Poesio, 1996. Semantic Ambiguity and Perceived Ambiguity. In K. van Deemter and S. Peters (eds), Ambiguity and Underspecification, CSLI. (pdf)

1993

  • Massimo Poesio, 1993. A Situation-Theoretic Formalization of Definite Description Interpretation in Plan Elaboration Dialogues, In P. Aczel, D. Israel, Y. Katagiri, and S. Peters, (eds), Situation Theory and its Applications, vol. 3, p.339--374. (pdf)

1991

  • Massimo Poesio, 1991. Relational Semantics and Scope Disambiguation. In Barwise, J. and Gawron, J. M. and Plotkin, G. and Tutiya, S. (eds), Situation Theory and its Applications, vol. 2, CSLI, p.469--498. (pdf)

ENCYCLOPEDIA AND HANDBOOK CHAPTERS

In press

  • Steinberger, Josef, Mijail Kabadjov and Massimo Poesio. In press. Coreference applications to summarization. In M. Poesio, R. Stuckardt, and Y. Versley (eds.), Anaphora Resolution: Algorithms, Resources and Applications. Springer. Chapter 15. (pdf)
  • Versley, Yannick, Massimo Poesio and Simone Ponzetto, In press. Using Lexical and Commonsense Knowledge for Anaphora Resolution. In M. Poesio, R. Stuckardt, and Y. Versley (eds.), Anaphora Resolution: Algorithms, Resources and Applications. Springer. Chapter 14. (pdf)
  • Uryupina, Olga, Mijail Kabadjov and Massimo Poesio. In press. Detecting non-reference and non-anaphoricity. In M. Poesio, R. Stuckardt, and Y. Versley (eds.), Anaphora Resolution: Algorithms, Resources and Applications. Springer. Chapter 13. (pdf)
  • Poesio, Massimo, Sameer Pradhan, Marta Recasens, Kepa Rodriguez, and Yannick Versley. In press. Annotated Corpora and Annotation Tools. In M. Poesio, R. Stuckardt, and Y. Versley (eds.), Anaphora Resolution: Algorithms, Resources and Applications. Springer. Chapter 4. (pdf)
  • Poesio, Massimo, Roland Stuckardt, Yannick Versley and Renata Vieira. In press. Early Approaches to Anaphora Resolution: Theoretically Inspired and Heuristic-Based. In M. Poesio, R. Stuckardt, and Y. Versley (eds.), Anaphora Resolution: Algorithms, Resources and Applications. Springer. Chapter 3. (pdf)
  • Poesio, Massimo, In press. Linguistic and Cognitive Evidence About Anaphora. In M. Poesio, R. Stuckardt, and Y. Versley (eds.), Anaphora Resolution: Algorithms, Resources and Applications. Springer. Chapter 2. (pdf)
  • Poesio, Massimo, Jon Chamberlain, and Udo Kruschwitz, In press. Case Study: Phrase Detectives. In N. Ide and J. Pustejovsky (eds.), Handbook of Annotation. Springer (pdf)
  • Poesio, Massimo, Jon Chamberlain, and Udo Kruschwitz, In press. Crowdsourcing. In N. Ide and J. Pustejovsky (eds.), Handbook of Annotation. Springer (pdf)
  • Poesio, Massimo, In press. Discourse. In R. Mitkov (ed.), A Handbook of Computational Linguistics. Oxford. (pdf)

2013

  • Chamberlain, J. and Kruschwitz, U. and Poesio, M., 2013. Methods for Engaging and Evaluating Users of Human Computation Systems. In P. Michelucci (eds.), Handbook of Human Computation. Springer

2000

  • Poesio, Massimo, 2000. Semantic Analysis. In R. Dale, H. Moisl and H. Somers (eds.), Handbook of Natural Language Processing. Marcel Dekker.

RESEARCH ARTICLES IN REFEREED CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS

2014

  • Alghamdi, Ans, Francesca Bonin, Asif Ekbal, Sriparna Saha, Fabio Cavulli, Sara Tonelli, Massimo Poesio,and Udo Kruschwitz, 2014. Active Expert Learning for the Digital Humanities. Proc. of STRIX, Gothenburg, November. ( pdf)
  • Tao, Yuan, Andrew Anderson, and Massimo Poesio, 2014. What is concrete and abstract and read all over? An fMRI study of type coercion in inherent polysemy. Proc. of AMLAP, Edinburgh, September.
  • Althobaiti, Maha, Udo Kruschwitz and Massimo Poesio, 2014. AraNLP: a Java-based Library for the Processing of Arabic Text. Proc. of LREC, Rejkiavik, May. ( pdf)
  • Fornaciari, Tommaso and Massimo Poesio, 2014. Identifying fake Amazon reviews as learning from crowds. Proc. of EACL, Gothenburgh, April. ( pdf)
  • Althobaiti, Maha, Udo Kruschwitz and Massimo Poesio, 2014. Automatic Creation of Arabic Named Entity Annotated Corpus Using Wikipedia. Proc. of EACL, Student Session, Gothenburgh, April. ( pdf)

2013

  • Sikdar, U., A. Ekbal, S. Saha, O. Uryupina and M. Poesio, 2013. Adapting a State-of-the- art Anaphora Resolution System for Resource-poor Language. Proc. of IJCNLP, Tokyo, October. (pdf)
  • Anderson, Andrew, Elia Bruni, Ulisse Bordignon, Marco Baroni and Massimo Poesio, 2013. Of words, eyes and brains: Correlating image-based distributional semantic models with neural representations of concepts. Proc. of EMNLP, Seattle, October. (pdf)
  • Gu, Yuqiao, Andrew Anderson, Josef Steinberger, Fabio Celli, Carlo Strapparava, and Massimo Poesio, 2013. Using brain data for sentiment analysis. Proc. of PATHOS, Darmstadt, September.
  • Althobaiti, Maha, Udo Kruschwitz and Massimo Poesio, 2013. A Semi-Supervised Learning Approach to Arabic Named Entity Recognition. Proc. of RANLP, Hissar (Bulgaria), September. (pdf)
  • Fornaciari, T., F. Celli, and M. Poesio, 2013. The Effect of Personality Type on Deceptive Communication Style. Proc. of FORTAN, Uppsala, August. (pdf)
  • Lungley, D., M. Poesio, M. Trevisan, M. Althobaiti and V. Nguyen, 2013. GALATEAS D2W: A Multi-lingual Disambiguation to Wikipedia Web Service. Proc. of ENRICH, Dublin, August. (pdf)

2012

  • Anderson, A., E. Bruni, J. Uijlings, M. Baroni and M. Poesio, 2012. Representational Similarity Between Brain Activity Elicited by Concrete Nouns and Image Based Semantic Models. In Proc. of the 2nd Workshop of the EPSRC Network on Vision and Language (VL12), Sheffield.
  • Nguyen, T.-V. and M. Poesio, 2012. Relational structures and models for coreference resolution. In Proc. of COLING 2012, Mumbai, India.
  • Nguyen, T.-V. and M. Poesio, 2012. Entity disambiguation and linking over queries using encyclopedic knowledge. In Proc. of the Sixth Workshop on Analytics for Noisy Unstructured Text Data (AND 2012, in conjunction with COLING 2012), Mumbai, India.
  • Krcmar, L., K. Jezek, and M. Poesio, 2012. Detection of semantic compositionality using semantic spaces. In Proc. of TSD, Pilsen, Czech Republic.
  • Bonin, F., F. Cavulli, M. Poesio, and E. W. Stemle, 2012. Annotating Archaeological Texts: An Example of Domain-Specific Annotation in the Humanities. In Proc. of the Sixth Linguistic Annotation Workshop (LAW) at ACL 2012, Jeiu, Korea, p. 134-138. (pdf)
  • Uryupina, O., A. Moschitti and M. Poesio, 2012. BART goes multilingual: The UniTN / Essex submission to the CoNLL-2012 Shared Task. In Proc. of CONLL Shared Task, Jeju, Korea. (pdf)
  • Anderson, A., B. Murphy and M. Poesio, 2012. Differences in fMRI representation of concrete and abstract concepts.    In Proc. of the Neural Computation and Psychology Workshop (NCPW13), San Sebastian.
  • Uryupina, O. and M. Poesio, 2012. Domain-specific vs. Uniform Modeling for Coreference Resolution. In Proc. of LREC, Istanbul.
  • Fornaciari, T. and M. Poesio, 2012. DECOUR: A corpus of Deceptive Statements in Italian Courts. In Proc. of LREC, Istanbul.
  • Fornaciari, T. and M. Poesio, 2012. On the Use of Homogenous Sets of Subjects in Deceptive Language Analysis. In Proc. of EACL Workshop on Computational Approaches to Deception Detection, Avignon. (pdf)

2011

  • Uryupina, O. and M. Poesio, 2011. EVALITA 2011: Anaphora Resolution Task. In Proc. of EVALITA. (pdf)
  • Poesio, M., E. Barbu, F. Bonin, F. Cavulli, A. Ekbal, C. Girardi, F. Nardelli, S. Saha, and E. Stemle, 2011. The Humanities Research Portal: Human Language Technology Meets Humanities Publication Repositories. In Proc. of SDHCopenhagen. (pdf)
  • Saha, S., A. Ekbal, O. Uryupina, and M. Poesio, 2011. Genetic Algorithm-Based Optimization Techniques for Anaphora Resolution. In Proc. of IJCNLP, Thailand.
  • Celli, F. and M. Poesio, 2011. Improving Relation Extraction with Anaphora Resolution. In Proc. of DAARC, Faro, Portugal. 
  • Ekbal, A., S. Saha, O. Uryupina, and M. Poesio, 2011. Multiobjective Simulated Annealing based Approach for Feature Selection in Anaphora Resolution.    In Proc. of DAARC, Faro, Portugal. (pdf)
  • Robaldo, L., M. Poesio, L. Ducceschi, J. Chamberlain, and U. Kruschwitz, 2011.    Italian Anaphoric Annotation with the Phrase Detectives Game-With-A-Purpose. In Proc. of 12th Congress of the Italian Association for Artificial Intelligence (AIIA2011), Lectures Notes in Artificial Intelligence, Springer. (pdf)
  • Fornaciari, T. and M. Poesio. 2011. Detecting Deception in Italian Criminal Proceedings. In Proc. of International Association of Forensic Linguistics, Birmingham. (pdf of the conference proceedings)
  • Uryupina, O., S. Saha, A. Ekbal and M. Poesio, 2011. Multi-metric optimization for coreference: The Trento / IITP / Essex Submission to the CONLL Shared Task 2011. In Proc. of CONLL, Portland, OR. (pdf)
  • Poesio, M., E. Barbu, E. Stemle and C. Girardi, 2011.    Structure-Preserving Pipelines for Digital Libraries. In Proc. of LaTeCH, Portland, OR. (pdf)
  • Iida, R. and M. Poesio. 2011. A Cross-Lingual ILP Solution to Zero Anaphora Resolution. In Proc. of ACL 2011, Portland, OR. (pdf)
  • Fornaciari, T. and M. Poesio. 2011.    Lexical vs. Surface Features in Deceptive Language Analysis. In Proc. of the ICAIL Workshop on Applying Human Language Technology to the Law (AHLTL 2011), June, Pittsburgh. (pdf of the conference proceedings)
  • Uryupina, O., M. Poesio, C. Giuliano and K. Tymoshenko. 2011.    Disambiguation and Filtering Methods in Using Wikipedia for Coreference Resolution. In Proc. of FLAIRS 2011, Palm Beach, FL. (pdf)

2010

  • Marta Recasens, Lluís Màrquez, Emili Sapena, M. Antònia Martí, Mariona Taulé, Véronique Hoste, Massimo Poesio, and Yannick Versley. 2010. SemEval-2010 Task 1: Coreference Resolution in Multiple Languages. In Proc. of SEMEVAL 2010. (pdf)
  • Samuel Broscheit, Massimo Poesio, Simone Paolo Ponzetto, Kepa Joseba Rodriguez, Lorenza Romano, Olga Uryupina, Yannick Versley, Roberto Zanoli, 2010. BART. A Multilingual Anaphora Resolution System. In Proc. of SEMEVAL 2010. (pdf)
  • Brian Murphy and Massimo Poesio, 2010. Detecting Semantic Category in Simultaneous EEG/MEG Recordings. In Proceedings of the NAACL-HLT Workshop on Computational Neurolinguistics. (pdf)
  • Massimo Poesio, Olga Uryupina, and Yannick Versley, 2010. Creating a Coreference Resolution System for Italian. In Proc. LREC.
  • Samuel Broscheit, Simone Paolo Ponzetto, Massimo Poesio, and Yannick Versley, 2010. Extending BART to Provide a Coreference Resolution System for German. In Proc. LREC.
  • Massimo Poesio, Marco Baroni, Oswald Lanz, Alessandro Lenci, Alexandros Potamianos, Hinrich Schütze, Sabine Schulte im Walde and Luca Surian, 2010. BabyExp: Constructing a Huge Multimodal Resource to Acquire Commonsense Knowledge Like Children Do. Proc. of LREC. (pdf)
  • Rodríguez, Kepa Joseba, Francesca Delogu, Yannick Versley, Egon W. Stemle and Massimo Poesio, 2010. Anaphoric Annotation of Wikipedia and Blogs in the Live Memories Corpus. Proc. of LREC. (pdf)
  • Kabadjov, Mijail, Josef Steinberger, Ralf Steinberger, Massimo Poesio and Bruno Pouliquen, 2010. Enhancing N-Gram-based Summary Evaluation Using Information Content and a Taxonomy. Proc. of ECIR-2010 (poster paper). Milton Keynes, UK. (pdf)

2009

  • Silvana Bernaola Biggio, Claudio Giuliano, Massimo Poesio, Olga Uryupina, Yannick Versley, and Roberto Zanoli, 2009. The FBK / UNITN system for the Local Entity Detection and Recognition Task. Proc. of EVALITA, Reggio Emilia, Italy, December. (pdf)
  • Steinberger, Josef, Mijail Kabadjov, Massimo Poesio, Bruno Pouliquen and Ralf Steinberger, 2009. WB-JRC-UT's Participation in TAC 2009: Update Summarization and AESOP tracks. Proc. of TAC, Washington, November. (pdf)
  • Mijail Kabadjov, Josef Steinberger, Bruno Pouliquen, Ralf Steinberger and Massimo Poesio, 2009. Multilingual Statistical News Summarisation: Preliminary Experiments with English. Proc. of the workshop 'Intelligent Analysis and Processing of Web News Content' (IAPWNC). Milano, Italy, September. (pdf)
  • Barbu, Eduard and Massimo Poesio, 2009. Unsupervised Knowledge Extraction of Taxonomies of Concepts from Wikipedia. Proc. RANLP, Borovets. (pdf)
  • Rieser, Hannes and Massimo Poesio, 2009. Interactive Gestures in Dialogue: a PTT account. Proc. of SIGDIAL, London. (pdf)
  • Magnini, Bernardo and Massimo Poesio, 2009. Content Extraction Meets the Social Web in the LiveMemories Project. Proc. of the Workshop on Advanced Technologies for Digital Libraries, Trento. (pdf)
  • Chamberlain, Jon, Udo Kruschwitz and Massimo Poesio, 2009. Constructing an anaphorically annotated corpus with non-experts: assessing the quality of collaborative annotations. Proc. of the ACL Workshop on The People's Web Meets NLP: Collaboratively Constructed Semantic Resource, Singapore. (pdf)
  • Murphy, Brian, Marco Baroni and Massimo Poesio, 2009. EEG Responds to Conceptual Stimuli and Corpus Semantics. Proc. of EMNLP, Singapore, July. (pdf)
  • Poesio, Massimo and Hannes Rieser, 2009. Anaphora and Direct Reference: Empirical Evidence from Pointing. Proc. of DiaHolmia, the 13th Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue, Stockholm, June. (pdf)
  • Chamberlain, Jon, Massimo Poesio and Udo Kruschwitz, 2009. A new life for a dead parrot: incentive structure in the Phrase Detectives game. Proc. of Webcentives09, Madrid. (pdf)
  • Kruschwitz, Udo, Jon Chamberlain, and Massimo Poesio, 2009. (Linguistic) Science Through Web Collaboration in the ANAWIKI Project. Proc. of Web Science, Athens. (pdf)

2008

  • Chamberlain, Jon, Massimo Poesio and Udo Kruschwitz, 2008. Phrase Detectives - A Web-based Collaborative Annotation Game. In Proc. of I-Semantics, Graz. ( pdf)
  • Versley, Yannick, Alessandro Moschitti, Massimo Poesio, and Xiaofeng Yang, 2008. Coreference systems based on kernel methods. In Proc. of COLING, Manchester. (pdf)
  • Brian Murphy, Michele Dalponte, Massimo Poesio, and Lorenzo Bruzzone, 2008. Distinguishing Concept Categories on the Basis of Single-Participant electrophysiological activity. Proc. of The Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, Washington, July. ( pdf)
  • Poesio, Massimo, Eduard Barbu, Claudio Giuliano and Lorenza Romano, 2008. Supervised relation extraction for ontology learning from text based on a cognitively plausible model of relations. In Proc. of ECAI Workshop on Ontology Learning and Population, Patras. (pdf)
  • Versley, Yannick, Simone Ponzetto, Massimo Poesio, Vladimir Eidelman, Alan Jern, Jason Smith, Xiaofeng Yang and Alessandro Moschitti, 2008. BART: A Modular toolkit for coreference resolution. In Proc. of ACL, demo session, Columbus. (pdf)
  • Cavicchio, Federica and Massimo Poesio, 2008. Annotation of Cooperation and Emotions in Map Task Dialogues. In Proc. of the LREC Workshop on Multimodal Corpora Marrakesh. (pdf)
  • Versley, Yannick, Simone Ponzetto, Massimo Poesio, Vladimir Eidelman, Alan Jern, Jason Smith, Xiaofeng Yang and Alessandro Moschitti, 2008. BART: A Modular toolkit for coreference resolution. In Proc. of LREC, Marrakesh. (pdf)
  • Poesio, Massimo Udo Kruschwitz and Jon Chamberlain, 2008. ANAWIKI: Creating Anaphorically Annotated Resources Through Web Collaboration. In Proc. of LREC, Marrakesh. ( pdf)
  • Poesio, Massimo and Ron Artstein, 2008. Anaphoric annotation in the ARRAU corpus. In Proc. of LREC, Marrakesh. (pdf)
  • David Day, Janet Hitzeman, Michael Wick, Keith Crouch and Massimo Poesio, 2008. A corpus for cross-document coreference. In Proc. of LREC. (pdf)
  • Artstein, Ron and Massimo Poesio, 2008. The ARRAU corpus of anaphoric relations. In Proc. of the American Association for Corpus Linguistics, Boulder.
  • Babru, E. and Massimo Poesio, 2008. A Comparison of Feature Norms and WordNet. In Proc. of The Global WordNet Conference, Szeged, Hungary. (pdf)
  • Brian Murphy, Lorenzo Bruzzone, Michele Dalponte, Massimo Poesio, and Heba Lakany, 2008. Predicting category specific effects in single-subject electrophysiological activity. Proc. of The 26th European Workshop on Cognitive Neuropsychology, 117(1), 12-22. (pdf)

2007

  • Rodriguez, K., S. Dipper, M. Goetze, M. Poesio, G. Riccardi, C. Raymond and J. Rabiega- Wisniewska, 2007. Standoff Coordination for Multi-Tool Annotation in a Dialogue Corpus. Proc. Of the ACL Workshop on Linguistic Annotation, Prague.
  • Sanchez, O. and M. Poesio, 2007. Discovering contradicting protein-protein interactions in text. Proc. of BioNLP, Prague, June.

2006

  • Tesar, R., V. Stmad, K. Jezek, and M. Poesio, 2006. Extending the single words-based document model: a comparison of bigrams and 2-itemsets. Proc. of ACM Symposium on Document Engineering, Amsterdam October 10-13, p. 138-146. (pdf)
  • Sutcliffe, R. F. E., J. Steinberger, U. Kruschwitz, M. Kabadjov and M. Poesio, 2006. Identifying Novel Information using Latent Semantic Analysis in the WIQA task at CLEF 2006. Proc. of CLEF, Alicante, September 20-22. ( pdf)
  • Artstein, R.. and M. Poesio, 2006. Identifying reference to abstract objects in dialogue. Proc. of BRANDIAL, Potsdam, September.  (pdf)
  • Almuhareb, A. and M. Poesio, 2006. MSDA: A Word Sense Discrimination Algorithm. Proc. of ECAI, Riva del Garda, August.  (pdf)
  • Poesio, M., M. A. Kabadjov, P. Goux, L. Corti and E. Bishop, 2006. An Anonymization Module Based on Anaphora Resolution. Proc. of LREC, Genoa, May. ( pdf)
  • Sanchez-Graillet, O., M. Poesio, M. Kabadjov and R. Tesar, 2006. What kind of problems do protein interactions raise for anaphora resolution? - A preliminary analysis. Proc of SMBM, Jena, April 9-12. (pdf)

2005

  • Steinberger, J., M. A.  Kabadjov,  and M. Poesio, 2005. Improving LSA-based Summarization with Anaphora Resolution. Proc. of HLT / EMNLP, Vancouver, October.  (pdf)
  • Kabadjov, M. A.,  M. Poesio, and J. Steinberger, 2005. Task-Based Evaluation of Anaphora Resolution: The Case of Summarization. Proc. of RANLP Workshop on Recent Developments in Summarization, Varna, Bulgaria, September.  (pdf)
  • Almuhareb, A., D. Vinson, M. Poesio and G. Vigliocco, 2005. Speaker-generated and web-generated features: a comparison. Proc. of AMLAP,(Poster), Ghent, September.  (pdf)
  • Filik, R., A. J. Sanford, P. Sturt, and M. Poesio, 2005. Underspecification in anaphoric reference to structured entities. Proc. of AMLAP, (Full presentation), Ghent, September. (Pdf of abstract) (pdf of slides)
  • Artstein, R. and M. Poesio, 2005. Bias Decreases in Proportion to the Number of Annotators. Proc. of Workshop on Formal Grammar / the Mathematics of Language, Edinburgh, August, p. 141-150. (pdf)
  • Almuhareb, A. and M. Poesio, 2005. Concept Learning and Categorization  from the Web. Proc. of Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, (Poster), Stresa, July. ( pdf)
  • Almuhareb, A. and M. Poesio, 2005. Finding Concept Attributes in the Web using a parser. Proc. of the Corpus Linguistics Conference, Birmingham, July. (pdf)
  • Poesio, M. and R. Artstein, 2005b. Annotating (Anaphoric) Ambiguity. Proc. of the Corpus Linguistics Conference, Birmingham, July. (pdf)
  • Pustejovsky, J., A. Meyers, M. Palmer and M. Poesio, 2005. Merging PropBank, NomBank, TimeBank, Penn Discourse Treebank and Coreference. Proc. of ACL Workshop on Frontiers in Corpus Annotation, Ann Arbor, Michigan, June. (pdf)
  • Poesio, M. and R. Artstein, 2005a. The Reliability of Anaphoric Annotation, Reconsidered: Taking Ambiguity into Account. Proc. of ACL Workshop on Frontiers in Corpus Annotation, Ann Arbor, Michigan, June, p. 76-83. (pdf)
  • Poesio, M. and A. Almuhareb, 2005. Identifying Concept Attributes Using a Classifier. In T. Baldwin, A. Korhonen and A. Villavicencio (eds), Proc. of ACL Workshop on Deep Lexical Semantics, Ann Arbor, Michigan, June. (pdf)
  • Poesio, M., M. Alexandrov-Kabadjov, R. Vieira, R. Goulart, and O. Uryupina, 2005. Does discourse-new detection help definite description resolution? Proc. of the Sixth IWCS, Tilburg, January. (pdf)

2004

  • Abdul Goweder, Massimo Poesio, Anne de Roeck and Jeff Reynolds, 2004. Identifying broken plurals for Arabic Information Retrieval, Proc. of NEMLAR, Cairo, September.
  • Abdulrahman Almuhareb and Massimo Poesio, 2004. Attribute-based and value-based clustering: an evaluation, Proc. of EMNLP, Barcelona, July (pdf).
  • Abdul Goweder, Massimo Poesio, Anne de Roeck and Jeff Reynolds, 2004 Identifying broken plurals in unvowelized Arabic text, Proc. of EMNLP, Barcelona, July. (pdf).
  • Massimo Poesio, 2004. Discourse Annotation and Semantic Annotation in the GNOME Corpus, Proc. of the ACL Workshop on Discourse Annotation, Barcelona, July (pdf).
  • Massimo Poesio, Olga Uryupina, Renata Vieira, Mijail Alexandrov-Kabadjov, and Rodrigo Goulart, 2004. Discourse-new detectors for definite description resolution: A survey and a preliminary proposal, Proc. of the ACL Workshop on Reference Resolution, Barcelona, July (pdf).
  • Massimo Poesio, Rahul Mehta, Axel Maroudas and Janet Hitzeman, 2004. Learning to resolve bridging references, Proc. of ACL, Barcelona, July. (pdf)
  • Nikiforos Karamanis, Massimo Poesio, Chris Mellish and Jon Oberlander, 2004. Evaluating Centering-based metrics of coherence for text structuring using a reliably annotated corpus, Proc. of ACL, Barcelona, July. (pdf).
  • Nikiforos Karamanis, Chris Mellish, Jon Oberlander and Massimo Poesio, 2004. A corpus-based methodology for evaluating metrics of coherence for text structuring. Proc. of INLG, Brighton, July.
  • Olivia Sanchez-Graillet and Massimo Poesio, 2004. Building Bayesian networks from text, Proc. of LREC, Lisbon, May. (pdf)
  • Massimo Poesio and Mijail A. Kabadjov, 2004. A general-purpose, off-the-shelf system for anaphora resolution. Proc. of LREC, Lisbon, May.  (pdf)
  • Massimo Poesio, 2004. The MATE/GNOME scheme for anaphoric annotation, revisited, Proc. of SIGDIAL, Boston, April (pdf).
  • Massimo Poesio, 2004. An empirical investigation of definiteness, Proc. of International Conference on Linguistic Evidence, Tuebingen, January (pdf).

2003

  • Massimo Poesio, 2003. Associative descriptions and salience: a preliminary investigation. Proc. of the ACL Workshop on Anaphora, Budapest, April. (pdf)

2002

  • Massimo Poesio and Natalia N. Modjeska, 2002. The THIS-NPs Hypothesis: A Corpus-Based Investigation. Proc. of DAARC, Lisbon, September. (pdf)
  • Massimo Poesio, Tomonori Ishikawa, Sabine Schulte im Walde and Renata Vieira, 2002. Acquiring lexical knowledge for anaphora resolution. Proc. of LREC, Las Palmas, May. (ps) (pdf)
  • Massimo Poesio, 2002. Scaling up anaphora interpretation. Proc. of the Workshop on Scalable Natural Language Processing (SCANALU), Heidelberg, May. (ps) (pdf)

2001

  • Massimo Poesio, 2001. What psycholinguistics tells us about the semantics / pragmatics interface: the case of pronouns. Proc. Amsterdam Colloquium, Amsterdam, December 2001. (ps) (pdf)
  • Massimo Poesio, 2001. Definites: familiarity or functionality? a corpus-based study. Presented at Sinn und Bedeutung VI, Osnabrueck,
  • Massimo Poesio and Malvina Nissim, 2001. Salience and possessive NPs: the effects of animacy and pronominalization. Proc. of AMLAP (Poster).
  • Massimo Poesio and Barbara di Eugenio, 2001. Discourse Structure and Anaphoric Accessibility. Proc. of the ESSLLI Workshop on Discourse Structure and Information Structure, Helsinki, August 2001. (ps) (pdf)
  • Jamie Pearson, Massimo Poesio, and Rosemary Stevenson, 2001. The effects of animacy, thematic role, and surface position on the focusing of entities in discourse. Proc. of the 1st Workshop on Cognitively Plausible Models of Semantic Processing, Edinburgh, July.
  • Hua Cheng, Massimo Poesio, Renate Henschel, and Chris Mellish, 2001. Corpus-based NP Modifier Generation. Proc. of the NAACL, Pittsburgh, June. (ps) (pdf)
  • Massimo Poesio, Frank Keller, Rosemary Stevenson, Patrick Sturt and Uwe Reyle, 2001, Some pronouns are more ambiguous than others. Proc. of CUNY (Poster Session), Philadelphia, April.
  • Massimo Poesio and Uwe Reyle, 2001. Underspecification in Anaphoric Reference. Proc. of the Fourth International Workshop on Computational Semantics, Tilburg, January. (ps)

2000

  • Massimo Poesio, Hua Cheng, Renate Henschel, Janet Hitzeman, Rodger Kibble, and Rosemary Stevenson, 2000. Specifying the Parameters of Centering Theory: a Corpus-Based Evaluation using Text from Application-Oriented Domains. Proc. of the 38th ACL, Hong Kong, October. (ps) (pdf)
  • Renate Henschel, Hua Cheng and Massimo Poesio, 2000. Pronominalization Revisited. Proc. of the 18th COLING, Saarbruecken, August.
  • Renata Vieira and Massimo Poesio, 2000. Corpus-based development and evaluation of a system for processing definite descriptions. Proc. of the 18th COLING, Saarbruecken, August. (ps)
  • Massimo Poesio, 2000. Annotating a corpus to develop and evaluate discourse entity realization algorithms: issues and preliminary results. Proc. of LREC-2000. Athens, May 2000. (ps)
  • Massimo Poesio and Uwe Reyle, 2000. Underspecification in reference: some evidence from corpora. Proc. of the KR-2000 Workshop on Semantic Approximation, Granularity, and Vagueness, Breckenridge, April 2000. (ps)
  • Colin Matheson, Massimo Poesio and David Traum, 2000. Modeling grounding and discourse obligations using update rules. Proc. of the First Annual Meeting of the North American Chapter of the ACL, Seattle, April 2000. (pdf)

1999

  • Helen Wright, Massimo Poesio, and Stephen Isard, 1999. Using high level dialogue information for dialogue act recognition using prosodic features. Proc. of the ESCA Workshop on Prosody and Dialogue. Eindhoven. (ps)
  • Massimo Poesio, Renate Henschel, Janet Hitzeman, and Rodger Kibble, 1999. Statistical NP Generation: A First Report. Proc. of the ESSLLI Workshop on NP Generation. Utrecht, August 1999. (ps)
  • Massimo Poesio, Florence Bruneseaux, and Laurent Romary, 1999. The MATE meta-scheme for coreference in dialogues in multiple language. Proc. of the ACL Workshop on Standards for Discourse Tagging. Maryland, June 1999. (ps)
  • Massimo Poesio, Renate Henschel, Janet Hitzeman, Rodger Kibble, Shane Montague, and Kees van Deemter, 1999. Towards An Annotation Scheme For Noun Phrase Generation. Proc. of the EACL Workshop on Linguistically Interpreted Corpora. Bergen, June 1999. (ps)
  • Janet Hitzeman, Alan Black, Chris Mellish, Jon Oberlander, Massimo Poesio, and Paul Taylor, 1999. An Annotation Scheme for Concept-to-Speech Synthesis," Proceedings of the European Workshop in Natural Language Generation, Toulouse, May, 1999, 59-66. (ps)

1998

  • Massimo Poesio and Andrei Mikheev, 1998. The Predictive Power of Game Structure in Dialogue Act Recognition: Experimental Results Using Maximum Entropy Estimation. Proceedings of ICSLP-98, November, 1998. (ps)
  • Sarah Davies and Massimo Poesio, 1998. The Provision of Corrective Feedback in a Spoken Dialogue System. Proceedings of ICSLP-98, November, 1998. http://www.cogsci.ed.ac.uk/~sarahd/icslp.html
  • Massimo Poesio, 1998. Cross-speaker anaphora and dialogue acts. Proc. of the workshop on Mutual Knowledge, Common Ground and Public Information ESSLLI Summer School, August, 1998. publications/ESSLI98.ps
  • Janet Hitzeman and Massimo Poesio, 1998. Long-distance pronominalisation and global focus. Proc. ACL/COLING 98. Montreal, August, 1998. (pdf)
  • Sarah Davies and Massimo Poesio, 1998. A CSLUrp-based spoken dialogue system for TEFL. Proc. of STiLL - ESCA Workshop on Speech Technology in Language Learning Marholmen, Sweden, May 1998. http://www.cogsci.ed.ac.uk/~sarahd/still.html
  • Massimo Poesio and David Traum, 1998. Towards an Axiomatisation of Dialogue Acts. In J. Hulstijn and A. Nijholt (eds.), Proceedings of the Twente Workshop on the Formal Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogues, Enschede, May, 207--222. publications/twente.ps
  • Massimo Poesio, Sabine Schulte im Walde and Chris Brew, 1998. Lexical clustering and definite description interpretation. Proc. of the AAAI Spring Symposium on Learning for Discourse, Stanford, CA, March, 82--89. AAAI. ps, pdf

1997

  • Massimo Poesio and Reinhard Muskens, 1997. The dynamics of discourse situations. In P. Dekker and M. Stokhof, editors, Proceedings of the 11th Amsterdam Colloquium, 247-252. University of Amsterdam, ILLC, December 1997. publications/amsterdam97.ps.gz, publications/amsterdam97.pdf
  • Massimo Poesio, Renata Vieira, and Simone Teufel, 1997. Resolving Bridging Descriptions in Unrestricted Text. Proc. ACL-97 Workshop on Operational Factors in Practical, Robust, Anaphora Resolution For Unrestricted Texts. ACL Madrid, 7-11 July, pages 1-6, 1997. (.pdf)

1996

  • Massimo Poesio, 1996. Ambiguity and Underspecification. M. Bierwisch, R. Blutner and R. van der Sandt (eds), From underspecification to interpretation: Proceedings of the Berlin Workshop on Underspecification, IBM Deutschland: Working Papers of the Institute for Logic and Linguistics.
  • Massimo Poesio, 1996. Underspecification and the Semantics / Pragmatics Interface. Proceedings of the Workshop on the Cognitive Science of Natural Language Processing, September 96. publications/dublin.ps.gz
  • Massimo Poesio, 1996. Evaluating Spoken Dialogue Systems. In Proceedings of the ECAI workshop on Spoken Dialogue Systems, August.
  • Massimo Poesio, 1996. Formal Semantics and Spoken Dialogues. In Proceedings of the ECAI Workshop on Corpus-Based Semantic Analysis, August. publications/ECAI96.ps.gz

1995

  • Massimo Poesio, 1995. Disambiguation as (Defeasible) Reasoning about Underspecified Representations. Papers from the Tenth Amsterdam Colloquium, December 1995. publications/amsterdam.ps.gz
  • Massimo Poesio and David Traum, 1995. A Multi-Purpose Model of Conversational Context, Proceedings of the IJCAI Workshop on Context and Knowledge Representation , August 1995. ijcai_context.ps.gz
  • Massimo Poesio, 1995. A Model of Conversation Processing Based on Micro Conversational Events. Proceedings of the 17th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, July 1995. COGSCI95.ps.gz

1994

  • Massimo Poesio, 1994. Ambiguity, Underspecification and Discourse Interpretation. Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Computational Semantics (IWCS-94), 1994. IWCS94.ps.gz
  • Massimo Poesio, George Ferguson, Peter Heeman, Chung Hee Hwang, David R. Traum, James F. Allen, Nathaniel Martin, and Lenhart K. Schubert, 1994. Knowledge Representation in the TRAINS System. AAAI 1994 Fall Symposium on Knowledge Representation for Natural Language Processing in Implemented Dialogue Systems. 94.poesio-at-al.aaai-fall-94.kr-in-trains.ps.gz
  • Massimo Poesio, 1994. Definite Descriptions, Focus Shift and a Theory of Discourse Interpretation. In Proceedings of the Conference on Focus in Natural Language Processing, June 1994. focus94.ps.gz, focus94.pdf
  • Massimo Poesio, 1994. Weak Definites. Proceedings of the Fourth Conference on Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT-4). SALT4.ps.gz
  • David R. Traum, James F. Allen, George Ferguson, Peter A. Heeman, Chung-Hee Hwang, Tsuneaki Kato, Nathaniel Martin, Massimo Poesio, and Lenhart K. Schubert, 1994. Integrating Natural Language Understanding and Plan Reasoning in the TRAINS-93 Conversation System. AAAI Spring Symposium on Active NLP. 94.traum-et-al.aaai-spring-94.integrating-nlu-trains.ps.Z

1993

  • Massimo Poesio, 1993. Assigning a Semantic Scope to Operators. Proc. of the 31st ACL. (pdf)
  • Megumi Kameyama, Rebecca Passonneau and Massimo Poesio, 1993. Temporal Centering. Proc. of the 31st ACL. (pdf)
  • Massimo Poesio, 1993. Definite Descriptions and the Dynamics of Mental States. AAAI Spring Symposium on Reasoning About Mental States. AAAI_spring_93.ps.gz

1992

  • Massimo Poesio, 1992. Conversational Events and Discourse State Change: A Preliminary Report. Proceedings of the Third Conference on Principles of Knowledge Representation and Reasoning. ps.gz
  • Massimo Poesio and Alessandro Zucchi, 1992. On Telescoping. Proceedings of the Conference on Semantics and Linguistic Theory. poesio-zucchi.SALT2.ps.gz

1991

  • Massimo Poesio and Ronald J. Brachman, 1991. Metric Constraints for Maintaining Appointments: Dates and Repeated Activities. Proceedings of the National Conference of the Association for Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) AAAI91.ps.gz

MY PHD DISSERTATION

  • Massimo Poesio, Discourse Interpretation and the Scope of Operators. PhD dissertation, University of Rochester, May 1994.
    (pdf)

REPORTS

  • Poesio, M. and Day, D. and Artstein, R. and Duncan, J. and Eidelman, V. and Giuliano, C. and Hall, R. and Hitzeman, J. and Jern, A. and Kabadjov, M. and Yong Wai Keong, S. and Mann, G. and Moschitti, A. and Ponzetto, S. and Steinberger, J. and Strube, M. and Su, J. and Versley, Y. and Wick, M. and Yang, X. Project ELERFED: Final Report. (pdf)

OTHER MANUSCRIPTS

  • Massimo Poesio, Simone Ponzetto and Yannick Versley. Computational Models of Anaphora Resolution: A Survey. (pdf)
  • Massimo Poesio. Incrementality and Underspecification in Semantic Processing. (2001 draft)