Arguments in OWL: A Progress Report

  title={Arguments in OWL: A Progress Report},
  author={Iyad Rahwan and Bita Banihashemi},
In previous work, we presented an RDFS ontology, based on the Argument Interchange Format (AIF), for describing arguments and argument schemes. We also implemented a pilot Web-based system, called ArgDF, for authoring and querying argument structures represented in RDF. In this paper, we discuss some of the limitations of our earlier reification of the AIF. We then present a new ontology which takes advantage of the higher expressive power of OWL. We demonstrate how this enables the use of… CONTINUE READING
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