Manfred Stede

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University of Potsdam, Potsdam, Brandenburg, Germany 
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http://www.ling.uni-potsdam.de/~stede/
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David Reitter research assistant 1999-2002 (LinguisTree)
Christian Chiarcos grad student University of Potsdam
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Just SA, Haegert E, Kořánová N, et al. (2020) Modeling Incoherent Discourse in Non-Affective Psychosis. Frontiers in Psychiatry. 11: 846
Stede M. (2020) Automatic argumentation mining and the role of stance and sentiment Journal of Argumentation in Context. 9: 19-41
Stede M, Scheffler T, Mendes A. (2019) Connective-Lex: A Web-Based Multilingual Lexical Resource for Connectives Discours. Revue De Linguistique, Psycholinguistique Et Informatique.a Journal of Linguistics, Psycholinguistics and Computational Linguistics
Afantenos SD, Peldszus A, Stede M. (2018) Comparing decoding mechanisms for parsing argumentative structures Argument & Computation. 9: 177-192
Saint-Dizier P, Stede M. (2017) Special issue: Foundations of the language of argumentation Argument & Computation. 8: 91-93
Krüger KR, Lukowiak A, Sonntag J, et al. (2017) Classifying news versus opinions in newspapers: Linguistic features for domain independence Natural Language Engineering. 23: 687-707
Peldszus A, Stede M. (2013) From argument diagrams to argumentation mining in texts: A survey International Journal of Cognitive Informatics and Natural Intelligence. 7: 1-31
Stede M, Peldszus A. (2012) The role of illocutionary status in the usage conditions of causal connectives and in coherence relations Journal of Pragmatics. 44: 214-229
Taboada M, Brooke J, Tofiloski M, et al. (2011) Lexicon-basedmethods for sentiment analysis Computational Linguistics. 37: 267-307
Stede M. (2008) Disambiguating rhetorical structure Research On Language and Computation. 6: 311-332
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