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Brian Plüss
Anna De Liddo
Simon Buckingham Shum
From Argument Mapping to
Argument Mining, and Back
Knowledge Media Institu...
Tool Support for Argument
Mapping and Visualisation
http://compendiuminstitute.net
Tool Support for Argument
Mapping and Visualisation
http://cohere.open.ac.uk
Tool Support for Argument
Mapping and Visualisation
http://evidence-hub.net
Communities of enquiry
Collaborative
Knowledge
Production
Collaborative Web
Annotation and
Knowledge
mapping
Social Network
Analysis and
Visualiz...
Human–Machine Annotation for
Collective Sensemaking + XIP
Collaboration with Ágnes Sándor
Human–Machine Annotation for
Collective Sensemaking + XIP
Collaboration with Ágnes Sándor
Rhetorical functions of metadiscourse identified
by the Xerox Incremental Parser (XIP)
BACKGROUND KNOWLEDGE:
Recent studie...
Human–Machine Annotation for
Collective Sensemaking + XIP
Collaboration with Ágnes Sándor
• Case study on project report d...
Citizen Engagement in
Televised Election Debates
http://edv-project.net
Citizen Engagement in
Televised Election Debates
http://edv-project.net
Replay
Platform
Focus groups motivate a set
of ‘democratic entitlements’
• Ability to scrutinise the communicational strategies
adopted by...
Mapping the UK election TV debates
http://people.kmi.open.ac.uk/sbs/2010/04/real-time-mapping-election-tv-debates
Seeing N...
Rhetoric and Rules of the Game
(Non-Cooperation in Dialogue)
Rhetoric and Rules of the Game
(Non-Cooperation in Dialogue)
• Manual annotation +
automatic analysis
• Is further automat...
Social Media Mining for Critical
Engagement in Political Debates
• Aim: develop online tools for assisting citizens in mak...
Thanks!
Brian Plüss
Anna De Liddo
Simon Buckingham Shum
Knowledge Media Institute
The Open University, UK
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Talk slides for the 2014 SICSA Workshop on Argument Mining (Dundee, 9-10 July 2014). The talk presents our group's work in the context of argument mining and offers some challenges and applications.

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From Argument Mapping to Argument Mining, and Back

  1. 1. Brian Plüss Anna De Liddo Simon Buckingham Shum From Argument Mapping to Argument Mining, and Back Knowledge Media Institute The Open University, UK SICSA Workshop on Argument Mining University of Dundee, 9-10 July 2014
  2. 2. Tool Support for Argument Mapping and Visualisation http://compendiuminstitute.net
  3. 3. Tool Support for Argument Mapping and Visualisation http://cohere.open.ac.uk
  4. 4. Tool Support for Argument Mapping and Visualisation http://evidence-hub.net Communities of enquiry
  5. 5. Collaborative Knowledge Production Collaborative Web Annotation and Knowledge mapping Social Network Analysis and Visualization Structured Online Discussion and Argumentation Advanced Analytics for: Attention mediation & Deliberation diagnostic http://catalyst-fp7.eu Tool Support for Argument Mapping and Visualisation Collective intelligence for social innovation
  6. 6. Human–Machine Annotation for Collective Sensemaking + XIP Collaboration with Ágnes Sándor
  7. 7. Human–Machine Annotation for Collective Sensemaking + XIP Collaboration with Ágnes Sándor
  8. 8. Rhetorical functions of metadiscourse identified by the Xerox Incremental Parser (XIP) BACKGROUND KNOWLEDGE: Recent studies indicate … … the previously proposed … … is universally accepted ... NOVELTY: ... new insights provide direct evidence ... ... we suggest a new ... approach ... ... results define a novel role ... OPEN QUESTION: … little is known … … role … has been elusive Current data is insufficient … GENERALIZING: ... emerging as a promising approach Our understanding ... has grown exponentially ... ... growing recognition of the importance ... CONTRASTING IDEAS: … unorthodox view resolves … paradoxes … In contrast with previous hypotheses ... ... inconsistent with past findings ... SIGNIFICANCE: studies ... have provided important advances Knowledge ... is crucial for ... understanding valuable information ... from studies SURPRISE: We have recently observed ... surprisingly We have identified ... unusual The recent discovery ... suggests intriguing roles SUMMARIZING: The goal of this study ... Here, we show ... Altogether, our results ... indicate
  9. 9. Human–Machine Annotation for Collective Sensemaking + XIP Collaboration with Ágnes Sándor • Case study on project report dataset • XIP + Cohere versus Humans + Cohere • Promising overlaps between the two • XIP’s output could be integrated with human annotation for visualization • Applications on Learning Analytics for academic writing
  10. 10. Citizen Engagement in Televised Election Debates http://edv-project.net
  11. 11. Citizen Engagement in Televised Election Debates http://edv-project.net
  12. 12. Replay Platform
  13. 13. Focus groups motivate a set of ‘democratic entitlements’ • Ability to scrutinise the communicational strategies adopted by the speakers, e.g. to detect intentional confusion & manipulation • Understand the meaning, background and historical record of political claims • Connect disparate arguments and claims with a view to understanding their ramifications, esp. negative • …
  14. 14. Mapping the UK election TV debates http://people.kmi.open.ac.uk/sbs/2010/04/real-time-mapping-election-tv-debates Seeing Nick Clegg’s moves
  15. 15. Rhetoric and Rules of the Game (Non-Cooperation in Dialogue)
  16. 16. Rhetoric and Rules of the Game (Non-Cooperation in Dialogue) • Manual annotation + automatic analysis • Is further automation possible?
  17. 17. Social Media Mining for Critical Engagement in Political Debates • Aim: develop online tools for assisting citizens in making sense of dynamics around more general political agendas • E.g.: a citizen interested in a particular idea, debate or controversy can retrieve the political actors that align with the different positions • Challenge 1: extracting arguments from social and online media and presenting them in ways that are tailored to a citizen’s interests and needs • Challenge 2: extracting arguments from published media, such as newspapers, blog posts or party policy documents and automatically link social media contributions to these arguments http://sense4us.eu
  18. 18. Thanks! Brian Plüss Anna De Liddo Simon Buckingham Shum Knowledge Media Institute The Open University, UK

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