Yehia Elrakaiby presented his joint work with Alessio Ferrari at the 25th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference. The topic was about the use of argumentation to explain ambiguities in oral interviews. The goal of the presentation was to show that argumentation theory can be used to detect and formally explain unclear requirements or misunderstandings between a requirements analyst and a customer. This is a data-grounded contribution that provides a theoretical basis to have a more complete understanding of the ambiguity phenomenon, and lays the foundations to design intelligent computer-based agents that are able to automatically identify ambiguities.

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