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An anaphoric relation can be either direct or indirect. In some cases, the antecedent being referred to lies outside of the discourse its anaphor belongs to. Therefore, an anaphora resolution model needs to consider the following two decisions in parallel: antecedent selection-selecting the antecedent itself, and anaphora type classificationclassifying an anaphor into direct anaphora, indirect anaphora or exophora. However, there are non-trivial issues for taking these decisions into account indoi:10.5715/jnlp.17.1_221 fatcat:vmggi6vf75g2nb6k7i6lsuvowq