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\section{Conclusion}
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	\frametitle{Conclusion}
	\textbf{PageRank performs best for $\alpha \approx 0$ indicating nearly no interconnection}

	\begin{block}{First Result}
		PageRank is not satisfying the recognition of argument relevance yet.

		A reader might not be able to judge about a deep context in form of interconnected arguments.
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	\frametitle{Conclusion}
	\textbf{Simple content- and knowledge-based methods capture the readers awareness better then PageRank}
	\begin{block}{Second Result}
		The relevance of arguments can be captured at word-level.

		The reader is guided more by the context, which results from the words in the argument.
		
		Of secondary importance is the connection between the arguments.
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