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Structuring Short-Term Organizational Memories by Argumentation Based Transient-Scenarios

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The paper presents some preliminary results developed throughout a research work aiming at capturing and making available short-term organizational memory in order to support specific decision making processes. It introduces, with regard to the environmental planning domain, a conceptual model describing the production and use of both short and long term organizational memories referring to organizations emerging when developing spatial plans environmentally oriented. In particular the paper focuses on the role of argumentation in explaining modification along time of the short-term memory, or working memory, from one transient-scenario to the subsequent and presents the attempt made to use argumentative-maps as means to partially explain the evolution of the process-scenario

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Database and Expert Systems Applications, 2006. DEXA '06. 17th International Workshop on

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