Projects (Phase 2)

Philipp Cimiano (Bielefeld) Anette Frank (Heidelberg) ACCEPT: Prespectivized Argument Knowledge Graphs for Deliberation Support
Christian Biemann (Hamburg)
Matthias Hagen (Halle)
ACQuA 2.0: Answering Comparative Questions with Arguments
Elisabeth Andre (Augsburg) Wolfgang Minker (Ulm)BEA: Bulding Engaging Argumentation
Kristian Kersting (Dortmund)
Matthias Thimm (Koblenz)
CAML-2: Causality, Argumentation and Machine Learning
Miriam Butt (Konstanz) Daniel Keim (Konstanz) CUEPAQ: Visual Analytics and Linguistics for Capturing, Understanding, and Explaining Personalized Argument Quality
Heyer (Leipzig) Baumann (Leipzig) Wiedemann (Hamburg)FAME: A Framework for Argument Mining and Evaluation (Started in Phase 1)
Heger (München) König-Ries (Jena) Zarrieß (Jena)

INAS: Interactive Argumentation Support for the Scientific Domain of Invasion Biology

Stede (Potsdam) Stein (Weimar)LARGA: Learning Argumentation Axioms from Monological and Dialogical Texts
Sebastian Haunss (Bremen)
Jonas Kuhn (Stuttgart)
Sebastian Pado (Stuttgart)
MARDY-2: Modeling Argumentation Dynamics in Political Discourse
Iryna Gurevych (Darmstadt)
Steffen Staab (Stuttgart)
Open Argument Mining (Started in Phase1)
Ralph Bergmann (Trier)
Ralf Schenkel (Trier)
ReCAP-II: Information Retrieval and Case-Based Reasoning for Robust Deliberation and Synthesis of Arguments – Architecture and Applications
Stefan Evert (Erlangen) Lutz Schröder (Erlangen) RAND: Reconstructing Arguments from Newsworthy Debates
Stephan Hartmann (München)The Bayesian Approach to Robust Argumentation Machines