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Automatic Extraction of Topic Maps based Argumentation Trails

Präsentation, veröffentlicht von Benjamin Bock, Lutz Maicher, Marco Büchler und Frederik Baumgardt am 25.03.2009

An argumentation trail between two terms is an ordered list of cooccurrences, providing a connected path from the origin to the endpoint of the argumentation. These trails are represented as topic maps.

With argumentation trails we introduce an approach of finding relevant associations between arbitrary terms. An argumentation trail between two terms is an ordered list of cooccurrences, providing a connected path from the origin to the endpoint of the argumentation. Within this paper the automatic generation of argumentation trails is examined and assessed. Furthermore, the formal representation of these trails as Topic Maps is implemented. This enables the integration of argumentation trails with further background information to support sensemaking or other discourse enriching techniques for academic or political debates.

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Presentation held at the TMS 2009 conference.

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Topic Maps is an excellent paradigm to support human thinking and to visualize networked information. As part of my PhD project, I therefore chose Topic Maps as the conceptual foundation for designing and implementing a software prototype for semantic knowledge retrieval.

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