Argumentation schemes in argument-as-process and argument-as-product

@inproceedings{ReedArgumentationSI,
  title={Argumentation schemes in argument-as-process and argument-as-product},
  author={Chris Reed and Douglas Walton}
}
Seeing an argument as a static, fixed, product of reasoning has allowed representational models to be developed which can handle and manipulate complex argument structures. Implementing these models using artificial intelligence techniques has shown how these static structures can not only be the result of argument processes, but can also be the foundation for argument processes. An argument-as-product representation can be used as a basis for providing structured information, for eliciting… CONTINUE READING
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