Text Knowledge and Object Knowledge
Rothkegel argues that text production is the result of interaction between text knowledge and object knowledge – the conventional ordering and presentation of knowledge for communicative purposes and the conceptual organisation of world knowledge.
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anaphoric approach argumentative aspects assigned basis Beaugrande book announcement texts chains Chapter characterised communicative complex text actions component computational linguistic computational modelling concept concerned CONFO connectivity forms connectivity structure connectors considered corresponds described determined Dijk domain EVALUATING EX-ILL EX-THEM example expansion focus formal framework function goal Grosz & Sidner has-a hierarchy illocution types interaction INVP is-a knowledge base knowledge representations lexemes LEXLI linearisation linguistic actions linking McKeown means object construction object knowledge object model organisation orientation overall text predicate principles processes propositional propositional attitudes READER realisation relevant respect Rothkegel schemata selection semantic semantic network SEMTEX sense sentence sentence grammar sequencing operations sequential specific speech act strategies Stutterheim text grammar text knowledge text levels text linguistic text list text planning text production text representation text role configurations text segments text space text structure text topic text type text units theory tion TROC TROL1 TROL2