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Between the Lines –

Knowledge-based Analysis of

Argumentation in a Formal

Argumentation Inference System

 

 

 


Events

August 2019

Our joint paper “Towards Explaining Natural Language Arguments with Background Knowledge” was accepted to the 1st Workshop on Semantic Explainability – co-located with the 18th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC 2019), Christchurch, New Zealand, to appear.

August 2019

Presentation of our paper “Dissecting Content and Context in Argumentative Realtion Analysis” in the 6th Argument Mining Workshop in Florence [slides].

May 2019

New paper accepted at the Workshop on Argument Mining in Florence, co-located with ACL 2019:  “Dissecting Content and Context in Argumentative Relation Analysis”. Congratulations!!

May 2019

Our Paper “Exploiting Background Knowledge for Argumentative Relation Classification” wins the Best Student Paper Award at LDK 2019 in Leizpig. Congratulations to all authors!!

May 2019

Our Paper “Exploiting Background Knowledge for Argumentative Relation Classification” was presented at the LDK conference and the DBpedia day in Leizpig by Jonathan Kobbe.

May 2019

ExpLAIN presents its ongoing research at the Yearly RATIO Symposium in Bielefeld. Thanks to the Bielefeld team for the organization of the event!

April 2019

Two papers of the ExpLAIN group have been accepted: The paper on Assessing the Difficulty of Classifying ConceptNet Relations in a Multi-Label Classification Setting at the IWCS-RELATIONS  Workshop, and the paper on Automatic Accuracy Prediction for AMR Parsing at *SEM

March 2019

Our paper on Exploiting Background Knowledge in Argumentative Relation Classification has been accepted at LDK 2019 in Leipzig!

13.03.2019

Graeme Hirst University of Toronto gave a talk in the CL-Colloquium on Who decides what a text means? (And what the answer implies for computational linguistics) [Abstract]

12.03.2019

Graeme Hirst University of Toronto gave a talk in the DWS-Kolloquium on Classifying Verbal Autopsy Records by Cause of Death 
using Neural Networks and Temporal Reasoning

March 2019

Prof. Graeme Hirst visits ExpLAIN

19.10.2018

Dr. Yufang Hou (IBM Ireland) visits ExpLAIN in Heidelberg. She gives a talk in the CL-Colloquium on Computational Argumentation: A Personal Journey (Abstract)

8.10-10.10.2018

ExpLAIN participates in the Hackathon Event at CITEC Bielefeld.

23.-25.4.2018

ExpLAIN participates in the RATIO Kick-off meeting at the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies (ZiF) at Bielefeld