Bayesian Argumentation

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Springer (2013)

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Frank Zenker
Lund University
Abstract
We give a brief introduction to the Bayesian approach to natural language argumentation, mainly oriented to readers more familiar with classical logic. Subsequently, we summarize the gist of each of the chapters so as to provide readers with an overview of the book&s content.
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