Authors Title Time
Workshop Organisers INTRODUCTORY REMARKS 09:00-09:10
Annemarie Borg and Floris Bex Modeling Contrastiveness in Argumentation (long) 09:10-09:40
Elfia Bezou Vrakatseli, Oana Cocarascu and Sanjay Modgil Towards an Argument Scheme Classification for Ethical Reasoning (short) 09:30-10:00
Simon Wells and Mark Snaith Reconsidering RepStat Rules in Dialectical Games (long) 10:00-10:30
Jack Mumford, Katie Atkinson and Trevor Bench-Capon Representing and Extracting Support via Complement-based Argumentation Frameworks (long) 11:00-11:30
Adam Wyner and Tomasz Zurek Towards a Formal Framework for Motivated Argumentation and the Roots of Conflict (long) 11:30-12:00
Charles Stubbs and Tommy Yuan Towards an Argument Knowledge Base for Autonomous Debating Systems (long) 12:00-12:30
ALL LUNCH 12:45-14:00
Lucas Doust Alba and Tommy Yuan Leveraging BERT Encodings for Open-Domain Stance Classification (abstract) 14:00-14:15
Costanza Lucchini, Andrea Rocci and Giulia D’Agostino Annotating argumentation within questions. Prefaced questions as a genre specific argumentative pattern in earnings conference calls (short) 14:15-14:35
Olena Yaskorska-Shah, Andrea Rocci and Chris Reed Conversation shaping questions: a taxonomy used for mapping argumentative dialogues in financial discourse (long) 14:35-15:05
Giulia D’Agostino “(so long, and) thanks for all the color”. Requests of elaboration and answers they trigger in Earnings Conference Calls (short) 15:05-15:25
Muhammad Tawsif Sazid and Robert Mercer A Unified Representation and Deep Learning Architecture for Argumentation Mining of Students’ Persuasive Essays (long) 16:10-16:40
Noa Brandel, Royi Lachmy, Noa Yomtovyan, Reut Tsarfaty and Baruch Schwarz Annotation Scheme for Aggregated Argumentation in Online Educational Forums (abstract) 16:40-16:50
Workshop Organisers CLOSING SESSION 16:50-17:00

Long & short papers have been published as archival proceedings on the CEUR Workshop Proceedings website in volume #3205.