Argument Mining for Understanding Peer Reviews

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Hua, Xinyu; Nikolov, Mitko; Badugu, Nikhil; Wang, Lu;
(2019)
  • Subject: Computer Science - Computation and Language

Peer-review plays a critical role in the scientific writing and publication ecosystem. To assess the efficiency and efficacy of the reviewing process, one essential element is to understand and evaluate the reviews themselves. In this work, we study the content and stru... View more
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