Co-Operative Structuring of Information: The Representation of Reasoning and Debate

@article{Lowe1985CoOperativeSO,
  title={Co-Operative Structuring of Information: The Representation of Reasoning and Debate},
  author={David G. Lowe},
  journal={International Journal of Man-Machine Studies},
  year={1985},
  volume={23},
  pages={97-111}
}
Interactive computer networks create new opportunities for the cooperative struc-turing of information which would be impossible to implement within a paper-based medium. Methods are described for cooperatively indexing, evaluating and synthesizing information through well-speciied interactions by many users with a common database. These methods are based on the use of a structured representation for reasoning and debate, in which conclusions are explicitly justiied or negated by individual… CONTINUE READING
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