A. Hypothesis Creation/Identification tools – to manually or automatically create and/or extract hypotheses and relationships B. Argumentation Representation tools – to allow user interaction with the knowledge presented, and discussions between the authors/users C. Discourse Representations – for representing documents containing hypotheses and evidence D. Rhetorical relationships/argumentational schema’ s – for relations between hypotheses, and hypotheses and evidence E. Peer review tools – to validate the hypotheses, experimental descriptions and data F. System for Methodological modeling tools – to model and compare experimental methods G. Intellectual property rights management – for this disconnected set of content Combined, these elements could form the building blocks of a system that allows a user to explore the provenance of a specific claim, evaluate the data supporting it, and follow the trail of claims derived from or leading to the current claim.

« Elements for a system that can deal with scientific discourse knowledge »

A quote saved on Aug. 5, 2013.


Top related keywords - double-click to view: