February 15, 2016;
th to 19
th of February the workshop âVisArgue - Analysis and visualization of political
negotiationsâ will take place at the Turmforum, situated in the mainstation of Stuttgart. This
event, organized by the SFB-TRR 161 principal investigators Prof. Miriam Butt and Prof. Daniel
Keim, brings together scientists for Visual Computing and politician to talk about their ideas and
developments for linguistically-motivated visual analysis of deliberation in political
communication with one focus on the public arbitration on Stuttgart 21.
The researchers team of Miriam Butt developed a visual analytic solution for the analysis of the
transcript material from this public debate that happened between 2010 and 2011. Such solutions
could help to find out why and when arguments win in politic negotiations? The results of their
activities will be discussed in presence of Dr. Heiner GeiÃler, the mediator of the public
arbitration, during the upcoming event next week.
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