- case-insensitive prefix search: default
e.g., sig matches "SIGIR" as well as "signal"
- exact word search: append dollar sign ($) to word
e.g., graph$ matches "graph", but not "graphics"
- boolean and: separate words by space
e.g., codd model
- boolean or: connect words by pipe symbol (|)
Update May 7, 2017: Please note that we had to disable the phrase search operator (.) and the boolean not operator (-) due to technical problems. For the time being, phrase search queries will yield regular prefix search result, and search terms preceded by a minus will be interpreted as regular (positive) search terms.
found 10 matches
- Lorik Dumani:
Good Premises Retrieval via a Two-Stage Argument Retrieval Model. Grundlagen von Datenbanken 2019: 3-8
- John Lawrence, Chris Reed:
Mining Argumentative Structure from Natural Language text using Automatically Generated Premise-Conclusion Topic Models. ArgMining@EMNLP 2017: 39-48
- Ofer Arieli, Annemarie Borg, Christian Straßer:
Argumentative Approaches to Reasoning with Consistent Subsets of Premises. IEA/AIE (1) 2017: 455-465
- Keith Ransom, Amy Perfors, Daniel J. Navarro:
Leaping to Conclusions: Why Premise Relevance Affects Argument Strength. Cogn. Sci. 40(7): 1775-1796 (2016)
- Judith Eckle-Kohler, Roland Kluge, Iryna Gurevych:
On the Role of Discourse Markers for Discriminating Claims and Premises in Argumentative Discourse. EMNLP 2015: 2236-2242
- Mark Snaith, Chris Reed:
Measuring minimal change in argument premise revision. ICCSW 2011: 87-93
- Jim Gough:
Testing for Acceptable Premises Within Systems of Belief. Pondering on Problems of Argumentation 2009: 253-267
- Jean-François Bonnefon, Denis J. Hilton:
Getting the Point of Conditionals: An Argumentative Approach to the Psychological Interpretation of Conditional Premises. WCII 2002: 59-64
- Masoud Saeedi, John A. A. Sillince:
Issues of feasibility, coherence, and robustness in a premise-to-claim model of argumentation: Results from four experiments. Eur. J. Oper. Res. 133(1): 94-119 (2001)
- Nelson Pole:
A deductive argument with a specific premise and a general conclusion. Notre Dame J. Formal Log. 16(4): 543-544 (1975)
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