Jet Hoek
Jet Hoek
Post-doctoral researcher, University of Edinburgh
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Cognitive complexity and the linguistic marking of coherence relations: A parallel corpus study
J Hoek, S Zufferey, J Evers-Vermeul, TJM Sanders
Journal of pragmatics 121, 113-131, 2017
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, 2018
Factors influencing the implicitation of discourse relations across languages
J Hoek, S Zufferey
Proceedings 11th Joint ACL-ISO Workshop on interoperable semantic annotation …, 2015
Segmenting discourse: Incorporating interpretation into segmentation?
J Hoek, J Evers-Vermeul, TJM Sanders
Corpus linguistics and Linguistic theory 14 (2), 357-386, 2018
The role of expectedness in the implicitation and explicitation of discourse relations
J Hoek, J Evers-Vermeul, TJM Sanders
Proceedings of the Second Workshop on Discourse in Machine Translation …, 2015
Making sense of discourse: On discourse segmentation and the linguistic marking of coherence relations
J Hoek
LOT Dissertation Series 509, 2018
On temporality in discourse annotation: Theoretical and practical considerations
J Evers-Vermeul, J Hoek, MCJ Scholman
Dialogue & Discourse 8 (2), 1-20, 2017
Evaluating discourse annotation: Some recent insights and new approaches
J Hoek, MCJ Scholman
Proceedings 13th Joint ISO-ACL Workshop on Interoperable Semantic Annotation …, 2017
Constructing a lexicon of Dutch discourse connectives
P Bourgonje, J Hoek, J Evers-Vermeul, G Redeker, T Sanders, M Stede
Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands Journal 8, 163-175, 2018
On the optimal interpretation of'yes' and'no'in Dutch
J Hoek, H Hoop
Oxford Studies in Theoretical Linguistics, 220-247, 2016
Automatic coherence analysis of Dutch: Testing the subjectivity hypothesis on a larger scale
J Hoek, TJM Sanders, WPMS Spooren
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