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      AUTHOR = {Gardent, Claire},
      TITLE = {Sloopy Identity},
      YEAR = {1997},
      BOOKTITLE = {Logical Aspects of Computational Linguistics},
      VOLUME = {1328},
      PAGES = {188-207},
      EDITOR = {Retoré, C.},
      SERIES = {LNAI},
      ADDRESS = {Berlin},
      PUBLISHER = {Springer},
      ABSTRACT = {Although sloppy interpretation is usually accounted for by theories of ellipsis, it often arises in non-elliptical contexts. In this paper, a theory of sloppy interpretation is provided which captures this fact. The underlying idea is that sloppy interpretation results from a semantic constraint on parallel structures and the theory is shown to predict sloppy readings for deaccented and paycheck sentences as well as relational-, event-, and one-anaphora. It is further shown to capture the interaction of sloppy/strict ambiguity with quantification and binding.}
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