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The Argument Reasoning Comprehension Task: Identification and Reconstruction of Implicit Warrants
Reasoning is a crucial part of natural language argumentation. To comprehend an argument, one must analyze its warrant, which explains why its claim follows from its premises. As arguments are highlyExpand
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Building an Argument Search Engine for the Web
Computational argumentation is expected to play a critical role in the future of web search. To make this happen, many searchrelated questions must be revisited, such as how people query forExpand
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Computational Argumentation Quality Assessment in Natural Language
Research on computational argumentation faces the problem of how to automatically assess the quality of an argument or argumentation. While different quality dimensions have been approached inExpand
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Using Argument Mining to Assess the Argumentation Quality of Essays
Argument mining aims to determine the argumentative structure of texts. Although it is said to be crucial for future applications such as writing support systems, the benefit of its output has rarelyExpand
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SemEval-2018 Task 12: The Argument Reasoning Comprehension Task
A natural language argument is composed of a claim as well as reasons given as premises for the claim. The warrant explaining the reasoning is usually left implicit, as it is clear from the contextExpand
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Unit Segmentation of Argumentative Texts
The segmentation of an argumentative text into argument units and their nonargumentative counterparts is the first step in identifying the argumentative structure of the text. Despite its importanceExpand
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A Review Corpus for Argumentation Analysis
The analysis of user reviews has become critical in research and industry, as user reviews increasingly impact the reputation of products and services. Many review texts comprise an involvedExpand
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Modeling Review Argumentation for Robust Sentiment Analysis
Most text classification approaches model text at the lexical and syntactic level only, lacking domain robustness and explainability. In tasks like sentiment analysis, such approaches can result inExpand
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A News Editorial Corpus for Mining Argumentation Strategies
Many argumentative texts, and news editorials in particular, follow a specific strategy to persuade their readers of some opinion or attitude. This includes decisions such as when to tell an anecdoteExpand
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Retrieval of the Best Counterargument without Prior Topic Knowledge
Given any argument on any controversial topic, how to counter it? This question implies the challenging retrieval task of finding the best counterargument. Since prior knowledge of a topic cannot beExpand
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