Adding provenance and evolution information to modularized argumentation models

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Citation: Tudor Groza, Siegfried Handschuh, John G. Breslin (2008) Adding provenance and evolution information to modularized argumentation models. 2008 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Web Intelligence and Intelligent Agent Technology (RSS)

doi: 10.1109/WIIAT.2008.258

Download: http://www.johnbreslin.org/files/publications/20081210_wi__2008.pdf

Tagged: provenance (RSS), argumentation (RSS), online argumentation (RSS), SIOC (RSS), SALT (RSS)


Summary:

The use cases and framework presented in this paper are further developed in An Abstract Framework for Modeling Argumentation in Virtual Communities. This paper has one further requirement, 'Complementing argumentation with orthogonal models', which the later paper collapses into 'Support for domain knowledge and specific complementary models'.

This paper also details a scientific communication use case, along with the 'complementary model' of Semantically Annotated LaTeX (SALT).

By presenting two structural models, SIOC and SALT, the paper provides strong motivation for a coarse-grained argumentation model.