A Game-Theoretic Measure of Argument Strength for Abstract Argumentation

@inproceedings{Matt2008AGM,
  title={A Game-Theoretic Measure of Argument Strength for Abstract Argumentation},
  author={Paul-Amaury Matt and Francesca Toni},
  booktitle={JELIA},
  year={2008}
}
Abstract argumentation (Dung 1995) is a theory of dialectic that allows us to formalise and study various notions of argument acceptability. We depart from this standard approach and formalise a measure of argument strength by applying the concept of value of a game, as defined in Game Theory (von Neumann 1928). The measure thus obtained satisfies a number of intuitively appealing properties that can be derived mathematically from the minimax theorem. 
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