Overview of Touché 2022: Argument Retrieval

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CEUR Workshop Proceedings, (2022)Funding Information: This work was partially supported by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) through the projects “ACQuA 2.0” (Answering Comparative Questions with Arguments; project number 376430233) and “OASiS” (Objective Argument Summarization in Search; project number 455913891) as part of the priority program “RATIO: Robust Argumentation Machines” (SPP 1999), and the German Ministry for Science and Education (BMBF) through the project “SharKI” (Shared Tasks as an Innovative Approach to Implement AI and Big Data-based Applications within Universities; grant FKZ 16DHB4021). We are also grateful to Jan Heinrich Reimer for developing the TARGER Python library and Erik Reuter for expanding a document collection for Task 2 with docT5query.; 2022 Conference and Labs of the Evaluation Forum, CLEF 2022 ; Conference date: 05-09-2022 Through 08-09-2022.


This paper is a report on the third year of the Touché lab on argument retrieval hosted at CLEF 2022. With the goal of supporting and promoting the research and development of new technologies for argument mining and argument analysis, we have organized three shared tasks: (a) argument retrieval for controversial topics, where the task is to find sentences that reflect the gist of arguments from online debates, (b) argument retrieval for comparative issues, where the task is to find argumentative passages from web documents that help in making a comparative decision, and (c) image retrieval for arguments, where the task is to find images that show support for or opposition to a particular stance.



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