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Reusable Statements in Dialog-Based Argumentation Systems

Author(s): Alexander Schneider, Christian Meter.
Title: Reusable Statements in Dialog-Based Argumentation Systems
Published: CEUR Workshop Proceedings AI*IA Series, , pp. 0-0, Bari, November 2017
Keyword(s): dialog-based argumentation, arguments, statement reusability, argument networks
Abstract: Discussions on the Internet are usually conducted in isolationon a single platform, although there are many discussions on thesame topic going on simultaneously all over the Internet. We argue thatit is possible to connect similar discussions by reusing arguments, thusgaining a connected network of statements, supports and counterargumentswhich helps eradicate redundant and repetitive parts of commondiscussions. To achieve this goal we outline challenges that need to besolved and propose a possible architecture to tackle those challenges.
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