Using argumentation to resolve conflict in biological databases

@inproceedings{McLeod2009UsingAT,
  title={Using argumentation to resolve conflict in biological databases},
  author={Kenneth McLeod and Gus Ferguson and Albert Burger},
  booktitle={IJCAI 2009},
  year={2009}
}
Biological experiments are published in a series of online databases. Due to the inherent complexity of these experiments, their conclusions can be contradictory. This causes the databases to be inconsistent, which creates problems for human users. Previous work looked at creating a system based on Argumentation to resolve this issue. This work presents an evaluation of that system, focusing on the effectiveness of its presentation of arguments and the result of the argumentation process. The… CONTINUE READING

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