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Implicit arguments are a discourse-level phenomenon that has not been extensively studied in semantic processing. One reason for this lies in the scarce amount of annotated data sets available. We argue that more data of this kind would be helpful to improve existing approaches to linking implicit arguments in discourse and to enable more in-depth studies of the phenomenon itself. In this paper, we present a range of studies that empirically validate this claim. Our contributions are threefold:dblp:conf/starsem/RothF13 fatcat:q6skhaenlvhinpjdqtzajeqawi