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Relational Nouns as Anaphors
Pacific Asia Conference on Language, Information and Computation
This paper examines the syntactic and semantic properties of a set of nouns recently called "Relational Nouns" like mother, neighbor, etc. Relational nouns denote relations between individuals, rather than sets of individuals regular nouns denote, and are referentially dependent on individual-denoting expressions. In Japanese relational nouns may appear 'bare' with no genitive possessors in the noun phrases they project, i.e., but still require the possessors somewhere in sentences. Thedblp:conf/paclic/NakamuraM04 fatcat:cbt5eqycubfhbifzmu5zoygltq