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First Steps Towards the Automatic Construction of Argument-Diagrams from Real Discussions

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First Steps Towards the Automatic Construction of Argument-Diagrams from Real Discussions
Abstract. This paper presents our efforts to create argument structures from meeting transcripts automatically. We show that unit labels of argument diagrams can be learnt and predicted by a computer with an accuracy of 78,52% and 51,43% on an unbalanced and balanced set respectively. We used a corpus of over 250 argument diagrams that was manually created by applying the Twente Argument Schema. In this paper we also elaborate on this schema and we discuss applications and the role we foresee the diagrams to play.
Daan Verbree, Rutger Rienks, Dirk Heylen
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where COMMA
Authors Daan Verbree, Rutger Rienks, Dirk Heylen
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