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ACM Transactions on Internet Technology (TOIT) - Special Issue on Argumentation in Social Media and Regular Papers: Volume 17 Issue 3, July 2017
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Debating technologies, a newly emerging strand of research into computational technologies to support human debating, offer a powerful way of providing naturalistic, dialogue-based interaction with complex information spaces. The full potential of debating technologies for dialogical argument can, however, only be realized once key technical and engineering challenges are overcome, ...
Debating technology, analytics, argument, argumentation, dialogue, engagement, sensemaking
Web Semantics: Science, Services and Agents on the World Wide Web: Volume 25 Issue C, March 2014
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishers B. V.
In this paper, we present a software tool for 'ArguBlogging', which allows users to construct debate and discussions across blogs, linking existing and new online resources to form distributed, structured conversations. Arguments and counterarguments can be posed by giving opinions on one's own blog and replying to other bloggers' posts. ...
Blogging, Argumentation, Opinions, Web Apps
Communications of the ACM: Volume 56 Issue 10, October 2013
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Improve online public discourse by connecting opinions across blogs, editorials, and social media.
TICTTL'11: Proceedings of the Third international congress conference on Tools for teaching logic
The teaching of argumentation theory, argumentation skills and critical thinking has only very recently enjoyed any bespoke software support for classroom activities. As software has started to become available, it has been characterised by idiosyncratic, incompatible approaches not only to data representation and processing but also to underlying theories of ...
argumentation theory, dialogue, ontology, argument interchange format
Proceedings of the 2010 conference on Computational Models of Argument: Proceedings of COMMA 2010
Publisher: IOS Press
Software tools for working with argument generally exist as large systems that wrap their entire feature set in the application as a whole. This approach, while perfectly valid, can result in users having to use small parts of multiple systems to carry out a specific task. In this paper, we ...