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Measures ability to distinguish between coherent and incoherent sentences and discourse

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Centering: a framework for modeling the local coherence of discourse
Barbara J. Grosz, Scott Weinstein, and Aravind K. Joshi
Comput. Linguist. 21, 2 (June 1995), 203-225