CDCP (Cornell eRulemaking Corpus)

Introduced by Park et al. in A Corpus of eRulemaking User Comments for Measuring Evaluability of Arguments

The Cornell eRulemaking Corpus – CDCP is an argument mining corpus annotated with argumentative structure information capturing the evaluability of arguments. The corpus consists of 731 user comments on Consumer Debt Collection Practices (CDCP) rule by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB); the resulting dataset contains 4931 elementary unit and 1221 support relation annotations. It is a resource for building argument mining systems that can not only extract arguments from unstructured text, but also identify what additional information is necessary for readers to understand and evaluate a given argument. Immediate applications include providing real-time feedback to commenters, specifying which types of support for which propositions can be added to construct better-formed arguments.


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