Large-scale Argument Visualization (LSAV)

Dana Khartabil, S. Wells & Jessie Kennedy
Arguments are structures of premises and conclusions that underpin rational reasoning processes. Within complex knowledge domains, especially if they are contentious, argument structures can become large and complex. Visualization tools have been developed that support argument analysts and help them to work with arguments. Until recently, arguments were manually analyzed from natural language text, or constructed from scratch, but new communication modes mean that increasing amounts of debate and the arguments therein can be captured...
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