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Large Scale Agreements via Microdebates
Argumentative debates are a powerful tool for reaching agreements in open environments. However, in large scale settings, such as social networks and massive multi-agent systems, making sense ofExpand
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Arguments in social networks
In spite of a substantive claim for the adoption of agent-based models for social simulation, a shared framework to model key reasoning capabilities of social agents has not been developed yet. ToExpand
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From Arguments and Reviewers to their Simulation - Reproducing a Case-Study
We propose an exploratory study on arguments in Amazon.com reviews. Firstly, we extract positive (in favour of purchase) and negative (against it) arguments from each review concerning a selectedExpand
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A New Framework for ABMs Based on Argumentative Reasoning
We present an argumentative approach to agent-based modeling where agents are socially embedded and exchange information by means of simulated dialogues. We argue that this approach can be beneficialExpand
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NetArg: an agent-based social simulator with argumentative agents
We show how agents with argumentative reasoning abilities can be effectively used to run social simulation experiments with NetArg. NetArg agents interact by exchanging arguments in support orExpand
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MS Dialogues : Persuading and getting persuaded A model of social network debates that reconciles arguments and trust
We propose a new dialogue model to harmonise argumentation and trust. This can be fruitfully used in agent based social simulation experiments, to model a population of agents that interact within aExpand
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A Micro Study on the Evolution of Arguments in Amazon.com's Reviews
In this work we present an exploratory study on arguments in Amazon.com reviews. We manually extract positive (in favour of purchase) and negative (against it) arguments from each review concerning aExpand
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Microdebates: Structuring debates without a structuring tool
Argumentative debates are a powerful tool for reaching agreements in open environments. However, in large scale settings, such as social networks, making sense of ongoing debates may be a compellingExpand
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The Evolution of Online Forums as Communication Networks: An Agent-Based Model
L’article propose un modele theorique traduit dans une simulation informatique de la maniere dont les acteurs communiquent au sein de forums de discussions en ligne. L’analyse du modele montre queExpand
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