Representing dialogic argumentation

  title={Representing dialogic argumentation},
  author={Chris Reed},
  journal={Knowl.-Based Syst.},
Dialogic argumentation is a crucial component in many computational domains, and forms a core component of argumentation theory. This paper compares two approaches to dialogue that have grown from two different disciplines; the descriptive–normative approach of applied philosophy, and the formal, implemented approach of computer science. The commonalities between the approaches are explored in developing a means for representing dialogic argumentation in a common format. This common format uses… CONTINUE READING

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