1. A computational model for the identification and assessment of structural similarities in argumentative discourses

    Abstract  Contemporary argumentation systems provide limited or no support for argument and related information processing. This paper presents a generic computational model that is able to identify and assess structural similarities in argumentative discourses. Focusing on the structure of such discourses, we sketch representative scenarios where the proposed model can be applied to a wide range of argumentation systems in order to define, elaborate and mine meaningful argumentation patterns. We argue that the proposed model contributes to both theoretical and practical aspects of argumentation. Content Type Journal ArticlePages 1-23DOI 10.1007/s10844-012-0212-9Authors George Gkotsis, Industrial Management and Information Systems Lab ...
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