Philosophical and logic-based argumentation-driven reasoning approaches and their realization on the WWW: A survey
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- Computer Journal, 2014, 58 (9), pp. 1967 - 1999
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© 2014 The British Computer Society. All rights reserved. Argumentation is the practice of systematic conscious reasoning involving the construction and evaluation of arguments to justify or support a particular conclusion. This article discusses, compares, contrasts and categorizes existing argumentation-based frameworks and applications as either philosophical or logic-based, and provides critical analysis that emphasizes the structure of arguments and the interactions between them. This review compares and contrasts the frameworks and applications of argumentation-based approaches on Web 2.0 and the Semantic Web, and subsequently highlights the importance and challenges of attaining monological argumentation on the Semantic Web.
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