Jesse Heyninck

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We extend the ASP IC + framework for structured argumentation so as to allow applications of the reasoning by cases inference scheme for defeasible arguments. Given an argument with conclusion 'A or B', an argument based on A with conclusion C, and an argument based on B with conclusion C, we allow the construction of an argument with conclusion C. We show(More)
In this paper we make a contribution to the unification of formal models of defeasible reasoning. We present several translations between formal argumenta-tion frameworks and nonmonotonic logics for reasoning with plausible assumptions. More specifically, we translate adaptive logics into assumption-based argumenta-tion and ASPIC + , ASPIC + into(More)
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