Nancy L. Green

**Education: Ph.D. in Computer Science, University of Delaware (1995) **Research Interests: Artificial Intelligence: embodied intelligent/affective agents for interactive entertainment and education/training; knowledge representation for multimedia generation and biomedical applications/clinical genetics--Natural (Human) Language Technology: computational models/analysis of dialogue, argumentation, narrative, stylistic variation and conversational implicature; text mining and content analysis; multimedia document generation--User Modeling/Human Computer Interaction/Cognitive Modeling: human multimedia processing; computational cognitive simulation of effect of Alzheimer's Disease on language; cooperative database interfaces; communication of scientific information to lay audiences

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On Recognizing Argumentation Schemes in Formal Text Genres 2018 196 Argumentation mining research should address the challenge of recognition of argumentation schemes in formal text genres such as scientific articles. This paper argues that identification of argumentation schemes differs from identification of other ...