Uren, Victoria; Buckingham Shum, Simon; Li, Gangmin; Domingue, John and Motta, Enrico
(2003). Scholarly publishing and argument in hyperspace.
In: Not Set ed.
Proceedings of the 12th international conference on World Wide Web.
ACM Press, pp. 244–250.
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The World Wide Web is opening up access to documents and data for scholars. However it has not yet impacted on one of the primary activities in research: assessing new findings in the light of current knowledge and debating it with colleagues. The ClaiMaker system uses a directed graph model with similarities to hypertext, in which new ideas are published as nodes, which other contributors can build on or challenge in a variety of ways by linking to them. Nodes and links have semantic structure to facilitate the provision of specialist services for interrogating and visualizing the emerging network. By way of example, this paper is grounded in a ClaiMaker model to illustrate how new claims can be described in this structured way.
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