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A Reasoning Model Based on the Production of Acceptable Arguments
  • L. Amgoud, C. Cayrol
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence
  • 21 March 2002
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Argumentation is a reasoning model based on the construction of arguments and counter-arguments (or defeaters) followed by the selection of the most acceptable of them. Expand
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On the Acceptability of Arguments in Bipolar Argumentation Frameworks
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In this paper, we extend the basic abstract argumentation framework proposed by Dung, by taking into account two independent kinds of interaction between arguments: a defeat relation and a support relation. Expand
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Inconsistency Management and Prioritized Syntax-Based Entailment
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We study the behavior of non-monotonic inferences induced by various methods for priority-based handling of classical formulas. Expand
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Graduality in Argumentation
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We introduce "graduality" in the concept of acceptability of arguments in an abstract argumentation system. Expand
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Bipolarity in argumentation graphs: Towards a better understanding
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We consider three recent proposals for specializing the support relation in abstract argumentation: the deductive support, the necessary support and the evidential support. Expand
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Inferring from Inconsistency in Preference-Based Argumentation Frameworks
  • L. Amgoud, C. Cayrol
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • Journal of Automated Reasoning
  • 23 October 2002
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Argumentation is a promising approach to handle inconsistent knowledge bases, based on the justification of plausible conclusions by arguments. Expand
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On the Acceptability of Arguments in Preference-based Argumentation
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Argumentation is a promising model for reasoning with uncertain and inconsistent knowledge. Expand
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On bipolarity in argumentation frameworks
In this article, we propose a survey of the use of bipolarity in argumentation frameworks. On the one hand, the notion of bipolarity relies on the presence of two kinds of entities that have aExpand
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On Decision Problems Related to the Preferred Semantics for Argumentation Frameworks
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We look at the credulous and the sceptical decision problems under Dung’s preferred semantics, that is, the problems of deciding if an argument belongs to one or to every preferred extension of an argumentation framework. Expand
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On bipolarity in argumentation frameworks
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Bipolarity appears in argumentation (in some cases if not always) and can be used in each step of this process under different forms. Expand
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