AMPERSAND: Argument Mining for PERSuAsive oNline Discussions

IJCNLP 2019 Tuhin ChakrabartyChristopher HideySmaranda MuresanKathy MckeownAlyssa Hwang

Argumentation is a type of discourse where speakers try to persuade their audience about the reasonableness of a claim by presenting supportive arguments. Most work in argument mining has focused on modeling arguments in monologues... (read more)

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