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Agents That Reason and Negotiate by Arguing
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The need for negotiation in multi-agent systems stems from the requirement for agents to solve the problems posed by their interdependence upon one another. Expand
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Weighted argument systems: Basic definitions, algorithms, and complexity results
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We introduce and investigate a natural extension of Dung's well-known model of argument systems in which attacks are associated with a weight, indicating the relative strength of the attack. Expand
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A Framework for Argumentation-Based Negotiation
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This paper describes a general framework for negotiation in which agents exchange proposals backed by arguments which summarise the reasons why the proposals should be accepted. Expand
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Argumentation-based negotiation
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A conceptual framework through which we outline the core elements and features required by agents engaged in argumentation-based negotiation, as well as the environment that hosts these agents. Expand
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A Generalization of Dung's Abstract Framework for Argumentation: Arguing with Sets of Attacking Arguments
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In this paper we propose a generalization of the framework of Dung, which allows for sets of arguments to attack other arguments, which we argue must be required of any truly abstract argumentation framework. Expand
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Arguments, Dialogue, and Negotiation
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In the past few years there have been a number of proposals for mechanisms for negotiation between agents that make use of argumentation. Expand
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The eightfold way of deliberation dialogue
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We present the first formal framework for deliberation dialogues, grounding it in a theory of deliberative reasoning from the philosophy of argumentation. Expand
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Neogotiation Through Argumentation - A Preliminary Report
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This paper presents a well-grounded framework for describing the reasoning process of negotiating agents. Expand
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Desiderata for agent argumentation protocols
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We propose a set of desiderata for dialogue game protocols for agent communications protocols, drawing on recent research in agent interaction, on recent criteria for assessment of automated auction mechanisms and on elements of argumentation theory and political theory. Expand
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