Anaphoric ambiguity in natural language processing, Definition of lexical ambiguity, types of ambiguity, examples of lexical ambiguity, how to resolve lexical ambiguity, what is lexical ambiguity
Some facts about anaphoric ambiguity
- Anaphors are mostly pronouns, or noun phrases in some cases.
- Anaphoric references may not explicitly present in the previous sentence. Instead it may refer a part of an entity (antecedent) in the previous sentence.
- Anaphors may not be in the immediately previous sentence. They may present in the sentences before the previous one or may present in the same sentence.