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SYNTAX: if two referential elements (NPs) in a structure refer to the same entity, i.e. have the same reference, this is called coreference. EXAMPLE: in John says that he has been here before, the NPs John and he can be co-referential. Coreference is usually indicated by coindexing: Johni says that hei has been here before.
LIT. Chomsky, N. (1981)
Fiengo, R. and R. May (1994)
Lasnik, H. (1989)