Semantically Annotated LaTeX Terminology

Semantically Annotated LaTeX Terminology

Rhetorical elements

  • Nucleus - a chunk of text playing an important role in the understanding of the entire text -- basic information. It is essential to the writer's purpose.
  • Satellite - a chunk of text playing a secondary role and supporting the nucleus with additional information. It is oftern incomprehensible without the nucleus. Usually a text containing only the nuclei (therefore by deleting the satellites) can be understood to some extent.
  • Claim - A nucleus leveraged to the level of the entire publication. The claim arguments the purpose of the publication.
  • Support - A satellite leveraged to the level of the entire publication. It provides additional information about the claim.
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  • Representation - A textual form of a particular claim. A claim can have multiple textual representations.

Rhetorical relations

  • C - Claim / Nucleus
  • S - Support / Satellite
  • W - Writer
  • R- Reader

  • Antithesis - C and S are in contrast because of the incompatibility that arises from the contrast, one cannot have positive regard for both of those situations; comprehending S and the incompatibility between the situations increases R's positive regard for C
  • Circumstance - S sets a framework in the subject matter within which R is intended to interpret C
  • Concession - W acknowledges a potential or apparent incompatibility between C and S; recognizing the compatibility between C and S increases R's positive regard for C
  • Condition - the realization of C depends on realization of S
  • Evidence - R's comprehending S increases R's belief of C
  • Justify - R's comprehending S increases R's readiness to accept W's right to present C
  • Means - S presents a method or instrument which tends to make realization of C more likely
  • Preparation - S precedes C in the text; S tends to make R more ready, interested or oriented for reading C
  • Purpose - S is to be realized through the activity in C
  • Restatement - S restates C, where S and C are of comparable bulk; C is more central to W's purposes than E is
  • Solutionhood - C is a solution to the problem presented in S

Rhetorical blocks

  • Abstract - Provides a short overview on the publication's content
  • Background - Builds an view over the related work in the field
  • Motivation - Provides the reason behind the discussion of the publication's subject
  • Scenario - Shows real-world case in which the solution provided by the publication is applicable
  • Contribution - Describes the solution proposed by the authors
  • Evaluation - Describes how the proposed solution was evaluated
  • Discussion - Details interesting issues discovered while researching the publication's topic
  • Conclusion - Provides a conclusive overview of the publication
  • Entities - Defines the list of cited references