Umut Özge

Graduate School of Informatics
Diacritics correction in Turkish with context-aware sequence to sequence modeling
Köksal, Asiye Tuba; Bozal, Özge; Özge, Umut (2022-1-01)
Digital texts in many languages have examples of missing or misused diacritics which makes it hard for natural language processing applications to disambiguate the meaning of words. Therefore, diacritics restoration is a c...
Inferable and Partitive Indefinites in Topic Position
Von Heusinger, Klaus; Özge, Umut (Brill, 2021-01-01)
The topic position in a sentence is reserved for familiar and/or referential arguments (Kuno, 1972; Reinhart, 1981; Portner & Yabushita, 2001). Thus, the typical topic is a definite expression such as a pronoun, a proper n...
Case marking and forward and backward discourse function
Özge, Umut (null, 2020-05-01)
Introduction: Discourse Structure and Discourse Meaning
Zeyrek Bozşahin, Deniz; Özge, Umut (null, 2020-05-01)
Discourse Meaning: The View from Turkish
Zeyrek Bozşahin, Deniz; Özge, Umut (Mouton de Gruyter, 2020-05-01)
The volume aims to bring together original, unpublished papers on discourse structure and meaning from different frameworks or theoretical perspectives to address research questions revolving around issues instigated by Tu...
Turkish “unless” is not biconditional unless the pragmatic context allows it.
Evcen, Ebru; Özge, Umut; Özge, Duygu (2019-06-19)
Equatives in Turkish: two cognitive strategies across categories
Umbach, Carla; Özge, Umut (2018-12-17)
Inferable Indefinites and the Discourse-Information Structure Interface
Özge, Umut (null; 2018-08-29)
Scalar and non-scalar equatives in Turkish and in German
Umbach, Carla; Özge, Umut (null; 2018-07-11)
Scalar and non-scalar equatives in Turkish and in German Carla Umbach1 and Umut Özge2 1Leibniz-Zentrum Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft, 2Middle East Technical University Ankara In equative comparison, two entities – individu...
Dimensions of Definiteness in the Turkish Noun Phrasea
Özge, Umut (null; 2018-07-10)
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