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Improving knowledge through social interaction using argumentation

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ISWC 2008, Semantic Wiki Meeting

ISWC 2008, Semantic Wiki Meeting

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  • 1. Improving knowledge through social interaction using argumentation Resource: Semantic Wikis Edit Discussion History Issue Alice 2008–05–30 [Idea][Argument][Agree][Disagree][Decision] It’s hard to find out how to improve content (= resources) in semantic wikis Agree Bob 2008–05–31 Indeed, it’s hard to get focused feedback from users. Idea Claire 2008–06–01 [Argument][Agree][Disagree][Decision] So let’s make wiki discussions semantic! Example Dave 2008–06–02 [Agree][Disagree] Yes, we could reuse existing argumentation ontologies, like DILIGENT. Justification Eric 2008–06–03 [Agree][Disagree] Excellent, that keeps discourses connected to the resources they are about. Agree Anonymous 2008–06–04 That’s great, old decisions would be documented. Decision Christoph 2008–06–05 Let’s do it! (Added to IkeWiki, math-specific extensions and assistance in SWiM) Christoph Lange (Jacobs University Bremen, Germany) October 26, 2008 1
  • 2. Improving knowledge through social interaction using argumentation Resource: SWiM Edit Discussion History Issue Christoph 2008–10–01 [Idea][Argument][Agree][Disagree][Decision] Argumentation in practice is more diverse than our schema. Agree James 2008–10–02 Yes, I need more flexibility in order to express my concerns. Evaluation Christoph 2008–10–03 [Agree][Disagree] A look at argumentations in e-mail discussions shows that there are posts like requests for explanations, arguments pointing to multiple resources, and other posts that “just don’t fit”. Idea Christoph 2008–10–04 [Argument][Agree][Disagree][Decision] Let’s carefully extend the model. Issue Michael 2008–10–26 [Idea][Argument][Agree][Disagree][Decision] How are we going to pay Christoph’s trip to Karlsruhe? Idea Olga 2008–10–27 [Argument][Agree][Disagree][Decision] JEM-Thematic-Network ECP-038208 (Joining Educational Mathematics) will pay for it, but please acknowledge us Christoph Lange (Jacobs University Bremen, Germany) October 26, 2008 2