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Computational Models of Natural Argument
Proceedings of the 22nd Workshop on Computational Models of Natural Argument
Cardiff, Wales, September 12, 2022.
(1) Department of Computer Science, University of Liverpool,
(2) Department of Computer Science, University of North Carolina at Greensboro,
(3) School of Information Sciences, University of Illinois at Urbana Campaign,
(4) School of Computing, Edinburgh Napier University,
Table of Contents
Summary: There were 12
papers submitted for peer-review to this workshop. Out of these,
papers were accepted for this volume,
as regular papers and
as short papers.
Modeling Contrastiveness in Argumentation
Towards an Argument Scheme Classification for Ethical Reasoning
Reconsidering RepStat Rules in Dialectical Games
Representing and Extracting Support via Complement-based Argumentation Frameworks
Towards a Formal Framework for Motivated Argumentation and the Roots of Conflict
Towards an Argument Knowledge Base for Autonomous Debating Systems
Annotating Argumentation within Questions. Prefaced Questions as a Genre Specific Argumentative Pattern in Earnings Conference Calls
Conversation Shaping Questions: a Taxonomy Used for Mapping Argumentative Dialogues in Financial Discourse
"(so long, and) thanks for all the color". Requests of Elaboration and Answers They Trigger in Earnings Conference Calls
A Unified Representation and Deep Learning Architecture for Argumentation Mining of Students’ Persuasive Essays
Muhammad Tawsif Sazid,
Robert E. Mercer
2022-09-05: submitted by Floriana Grasso,
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2020-09-07: published on CEUR Workshop Proceedings (CEUR-WS.org, ISSN 1613-0073)