Recommending the Most Encompassing Opposing and Endorsing Arguments in Debates

20 Nov 2014 Marius C. Silaghi Roussi Roussev

Arguments are essential objects in DirectDemocracyP2P, where they can occur both in association with signatures for petitions, or in association with other debated decisions, such as bug sorting by importance. The arguments of a signer on a given issue are grouped into one single justification, are classified by the type of signature (e.g., supporting or opposing), and can be subject to various types of threading... (read more)

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