Towards Feasible Guidelines for the Annotation of Argument Schemes

@inproceedings{Musi2016TowardsFG,
  title={Towards Feasible Guidelines for the Annotation of Argument Schemes},
  author={Elena Musi and Debanjan Ghosh and Smaranda Muresan},
  booktitle={ArgMining@ACL},
  year={2016}
}
The annotation of argument schemes represents an important step for argumentation mining. General guidelines for the annotation of argument schemes, applicable to any topic, are still missing due to the lack of a suitable taxonomy in Argumentation Theory and the need for highly trained expert annotators. We present a set of guidelines for the annotation of argument schemes, taking as a framework the Argumentum Model of Topics (Rigotti and Morasso, 2010; Rigotti, 2009). We show that this… CONTINUE READING

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