Coding Scheme for Negative Utterances

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This document contains an abbreviated version of a coding scheme employed for the pragmatic 2-coder analysis of negation types and their felicity. It was used for the coding of negative utterances originating from human-robot dialogues gathered in the experiments described in articles contained in the reference list. Some theoretical parts as well as sections on future work have been removed for space reasons. The complete scheme is contained in the author's thesis. The scheme was devised by the author who also acted as first coder. Additionally a second coder was employed, and those parts of the coding scheme handed to the latter as coding manual are marked as such.
Original languageEnglish
Commissioning bodyEuropean Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research
Number of pages27
Publication statusPublished - 31 Jul 2018


  • negation
  • coding scheme
  • pragmatic language development
  • Language acquisition
  • Human-Robot Interaction
  • Developmental robotics
  • cognitive robotics


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