Discovery - University of Dundee - Online Publications

Library & Learning Centre

Building arguments with argumentation

Standard

Building arguments with argumentation : the role of illocutionary force in computational models of argument. / Reed, Chris; Wells, Simon; Budzynska, Katarzyna; Devereux, Joseph.

Computational Models of Argument : proceedings of COMMA 2010. ed. / Pietro Baroni; Federico Cerutti; Massimiliano Giacomin; Guillermo R. Simari. Amsterdam : IOS Press, 2010. p. 415-426 (Frontiers in artificial intelligence and applications).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Harvard

Reed, C, Wells, S, Budzynska, K & Devereux, J 2010, 'Building arguments with argumentation: the role of illocutionary force in computational models of argument'. in P Baroni, F Cerutti, M Giacomin & GR Simari (eds), Computational Models of Argument : proceedings of COMMA 2010. Frontiers in artificial intelligence and applications, vol. 216, IOS Press, Amsterdam, pp. 415-426, 3rd International Conference on Computational Models of Argument, Desenzano del Garda, Italy, 8-10 September.

APA

Reed, C., Wells, S., Budzynska, K., & Devereux, J. (2010). Building arguments with argumentation: the role of illocutionary force in computational models of argument. In Baroni, P., Cerutti, F., Giacomin, M., & Simari, G. R. (Eds.), Computational Models of Argument . (pp. 415-426). (Frontiers in artificial intelligence and applications). Amsterdam: IOS Press. doi: 10.3233/978-1-60750-619-5-415

Vancouver

Reed C, Wells S, Budzynska K, Devereux J. Building arguments with argumentation: the role of illocutionary force in computational models of argument. In Baroni P, Cerutti F, Giacomin M, Simari GR, editors, Computational Models of Argument : proceedings of COMMA 2010. Amsterdam: IOS Press. 2010. p. 415-426. (Frontiers in artificial intelligence and applications).

Author

Reed, Chris; Wells, Simon; Budzynska, Katarzyna; Devereux, Joseph / Building arguments with argumentation : the role of illocutionary force in computational models of argument.

Computational Models of Argument : proceedings of COMMA 2010. ed. / Pietro Baroni; Federico Cerutti; Massimiliano Giacomin; Guillermo R. Simari. Amsterdam : IOS Press, 2010. p. 415-426 (Frontiers in artificial intelligence and applications).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Bibtex - Download

@inbook{8e9006fd0854430dbc33a7dae6c438c6,
title = "Building arguments with argumentation",
publisher = "IOS Press",
author = "Chris Reed and Simon Wells and Katarzyna Budzynska and Joseph Devereux",
year = "2010",
editor = "Pietro Baroni and Federico Cerutti and Massimiliano Giacomin and Simari, {Guillermo R.}",
isbn = "9781607506188",
series = "Frontiers in artificial intelligence and applications",
pages = "415-426",
booktitle = "Computational Models of Argument",

}

RIS (suitable for import to EndNote) - Download

TY - CHAP

T1 - Building arguments with argumentation

T2 - Computational Models of Argument

A1 - Reed,Chris

A1 - Wells,Simon

A1 - Budzynska,Katarzyna

A1 - Devereux,Joseph

AU - Reed,Chris

AU - Wells,Simon

AU - Budzynska,Katarzyna

AU - Devereux,Joseph

PB - IOS Press

CY - Amsterdam

PY - 2010

Y1 - 2010

N2 - <p>This paper builds upon the proposed dialogical extensions to the AIF, termed AIF(+), by making explicit the representation of the role of illocutionary force in the connection between argument structures and dialogical structures. Illocutionary force is realised in the form of Illocutionary Application (YA-) nodes that provide an explicit linkage between the locutions uttered during a dialogue and the underlying arguments expressed by the content of those locutions. This linkage is explored in the context of two contrasting dialogue games from the literature, demonstrating how the approach can support the development of computational models in which the speech-act function of communicative moves can be accounted for.</p>

AB - <p>This paper builds upon the proposed dialogical extensions to the AIF, termed AIF(+), by making explicit the representation of the role of illocutionary force in the connection between argument structures and dialogical structures. Illocutionary force is realised in the form of Illocutionary Application (YA-) nodes that provide an explicit linkage between the locutions uttered during a dialogue and the underlying arguments expressed by the content of those locutions. This linkage is explored in the context of two contrasting dialogue games from the literature, demonstrating how the approach can support the development of computational models in which the speech-act function of communicative moves can be accounted for.</p>

KW - argumentation

KW - dialogue

KW - AIF

KW - speech acts

KW - illocutionary force

UR - http://copac.ac.uk/search?&isn=9781607506188&sort-order=ti%2C%2Ddate

U2 - 10.3233/978-1-60750-619-5-415

DO - 10.3233/978-1-60750-619-5-415

M1 - Conference contribution

SN - 9781607506188

BT - Computational Models of Argument

A2 - Simari,Guillermo R.

ED - Simari,Guillermo R.

T3 - Frontiers in artificial intelligence and applications

T3 - en_GB

SP - 415

EP - 426

ER -

Documents

Library & Learning Centre

Contact | Accessibility | Policy