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Using Controlled Natural Language and First Order Logic to improve e-consultation discussion forums (DERI reading group talk)

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A reading group talk about 3 papers from the IMPACT project. ...

A reading group talk about 3 papers from the IMPACT project.

Taken together, they demonstrate how online conversations for policy-making can be structured and analyzed, using Controlled Natural
Languages, First Order Logic reasoners, Semantic Wikis, and argumentation frameworks.

Adam Wyner and Tom van Engers. A Framework for Enriched, Controlled On-line Discussion Forums for e-Government Policy-making. EGOVIS 2010.

Adam Wyner, Tom van Enger, and Kiavash Bahreini. From Policy-making Statements to First-order Logic. Electronic Government and Electronic Participation 2010.

Adam Wyner and Tom van Enger. Towards Web-based Mass Argumentation in Natural Language. (long version of this EKAW 2010 poster).

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