Applying inference anchoring theory for argumentative structure recognition in the context of debate
Mathilde Janier , Olena Yaskorska-Shah
AbstractThe aim of the paper is to describe the structure of real-life dialogues for debate. The research is motivated by the recent growing interest in methods for argument recognition in natural dialogues. To this aim, we concentrate on a formal description of various dialogue phenomena based on both analytical and quantitative corpus studies. Those studies revealed several peculiarities of the argumentation in the context of debate which we are specifying in detail using Inference Anchoring Theory.
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|Book||Mohammed Dima, Lewiński Marcin (eds.): Argumentation and Reasoned Action: Proceedings of the 1st European Conference on Argumentation, Lisbon 2015. Volume II, Studies in Logic. Studies in Logic and Argumentation, vol. 63, 2016, College Publications, ISBN 978-1-84890-212-1, 1118 p.|
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