REWERSE-RP-2007-012

Kenneth McLeod, Albert Burger:
Using argumentation to tackle inconsistency and incompleteness in online distributed life science resources.


In: Proceedings of
IADIS International Conference Applied Computing 2007, Salamanca, Spain (18th - 20th February 2007), Organization: IADIS, 489-492, February 2007
© IADIS

Abstract
This paper starts with a discussion of the sometimes contradictory and incomplete nature of distributed online bioinformatics resources. From this we suggest there is a need for a method to evaluate the data contained in such resources before they are used. The method we put forward uses a form of non-monotonic reasoning called argumentation. Arguments are created to help the user weigh up the evidence in favour of and against the biomedical information presented by different Internet-based resources.

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http://rewerse.net/publications/rewerse-publications.html#REWERSE-RP-2007-012

BibTeX:

@inproceedings{REWERSE-RP-2007-012,
	author = {Kenneth McLeod and Albert Burger},
	title = {Using argumentation to tackle inconsistency and incompleteness in online distributed life science resources},
	booktitle = {Proceedings of IADIS International Conference Applied Computing 2007, Salamanca, Spain (18th--20th February 2007)},
	year = {2007},
	organization = {IADIS},
	pages = {489--492},
	url = {http://rewerse.net/publications/rewerse-publications.html#REWERSE-RP-2007-012}
}

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