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Interfaces for Capturing Interpretations of Research Literature

The ClaiMaker collaborative sense-making and annotation tools allow single users and groups to build and query hypertextual argument maps of research literatures. We describe the discourse ontology used by the system, and four design principles that were followed to make it usable for non-knowledge engineers. We present several generations of capture interfaces showing how they are evolving to make ClaiMaker more accessible for novice users.

ID: kmi-03-06

Date: 2003

Author(s): Victoria Uren, Bertrand Sereno, Simon Buckingham Shum, Gangmin Li

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