Allow "parent-child" and "cause and effect" relationships across sentences. The following example shows the steps a counselor must make when determining if present or impending danger is suspected. Unfortunately, these steps are in separate sentences and I haven't seen an easy way to define these relationships? Coreferences can cross sentence boundaries but they are intended for equivalence relationships not hierarchical or If-then-because relationships.
EXAMPLE OF PROCESS-STEPS
The counselor must make a decision based on statutory guidelines (see s. 39.201(5), F.S.) and information gathered to determine if present or impending danger is suspected.
a. The counselor must attempt to gather sufficient information based on the reporter’s knowledge in order to determine the appropriate investigative response.
b. The determination of suspected present or impending danger must be made prior to the counselor closing the call.
c. The counselor will apply Present and Impending Danger threshold criteria appropriately to any danger threats that may be relevant to the situation being reported.
d. The family’s prior history should be assessed and considered in the determination of suspected present or impending danger. When available, the family’s documented history in FSFN should inform the response time decision, unless the newly reported information clearly meets criteria for report acceptance and present danger.
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|Who would benefit from this IDEA?||This would greatly accelerate the ability to ingest procedural content needed for Watson Assistants and simplify conversational navigation. I am currently trying to annotate several hundred procedural guides and would greatly appreciate if you could let me know if there are any existing workarounds for these issues.|
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