This paper describes a long-term research goal which aims at creating a middleware interface between Argumentation Schemes and natural language. This idea comes from the need to face some challenges related to the automatic extraction of Argumentation Schemes from Natural Language: for example the ability to extract Argumentation Schemes at different level of granularity. In the paper we describe how this process can be designed and how the structures of Argumentation Schemes can be modeled to this aim.

Argumentation Schemes as Templates? Combining Bottom-up and Top-down Knowledge Representation

Liga Davide
;
Palmirani Monica
2020

Abstract

This paper describes a long-term research goal which aims at creating a middleware interface between Argumentation Schemes and natural language. This idea comes from the need to face some challenges related to the automatic extraction of Argumentation Schemes from Natural Language: for example the ability to extract Argumentation Schemes at different level of granularity. In the paper we describe how this process can be designed and how the structures of Argumentation Schemes can be modeled to this aim.
Proceedings of the 20th Workshop on Computational Models of Natural Argument
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Liga Davide, Palmirani, Monica
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