In this paper we explore and contrast different forms of dispute representation from the present and past literature. In particular, we examine the Zeno Framework, which represents disputes as dialectical trees, and compare this to other abstract systems for argument representation. We discuss the merits of each method and show how the example argument first represented in Zeno can be transformed into a more concise representation whilst retaining its desirable features.
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