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Query:   Graphic Discourse Analysis
Author:  Damon Clark
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Discourse Analysis

Summary:   FOR QUERY: 10.1413.1

THANKS EVERYONE FOR THE HELP WITH THIS SUBJECT, HERE ARE THE REPLIES
THAT I RECEIVED...

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TYPICALLY, SINCE DISCOURSE ANALYSES ARE TREES, ONE CAN USE ANY NORMAL
METHOD OF DISPLAYING TREES.

FOR EXAMPLES AND OTHER INTERESTING STUFF, SEE DANIEL MARUC'S RECENT
THESIS AND FORTHCOMING BOOK,

HTTP://WWW.CS.TORONTO.EDU/COMPLING/PUBLICATIONNS/ABSTRACTS/THESES/MARCUPHD-THABS.HTML

AND LINKS ON HIS HOME PAGE
HTTP://WWW.ISI.EDU/~MARCU/

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\\\\\\ GRAEME HIRST
/// UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO * DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE
\\\\\\ GH@CS.TORONTO.EDU * VOICE +1 416 978 8747 * FAX +1 416 978 1455
/// HTTP://WWW.CS.TORONTO.EDU/~GH


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AS A LINGUISITICS STUDENT, I'VE NEVER BEEN TOTALLY CLEAR ON WHAT

LL Issue: 10.1647
Date Posted: 31-Oct-1999
Original Query: Read original query