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Dialog-Based Online Argumentation

Author(s): Tobias Krauthoff, Gregor Betz, Michael Baurmann, Martin Mauve.
Title: Dialog-Based Online Argumentation
Published: Computational Models of Argument, , pp. 33-40, Potsdam, September 2016
Keyword(s): online argumentation, dialog-based approach, computer science, collaborative argumentation, collaborative work, dialog games
Abstract: In this position paper we propose a novel approach to online argumentation. Itavoids the pitfalls of unstructured systems such as asynchronous threadeddiscussions and it is usable by any participant without training while stillsupporting the full complexity of real-world argumentation. The key idea is tolet users exchange arguments with each other in the form of a time-shifteddialog where arguments are presented and acted upon one-at-a-time. Wehighlight the key research challenges that need to be addressed in order torealize such a system and provide first solutions for those challenges.
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