A new approach for preference-based argumentation frameworks

  title={A new approach for preference-based argumentation frameworks},
  author={Leila Amgoud and Srdjan Vesic},
  journal={Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence},
Dung’s argumentation framework consists of a set of arguments and an attack relation among them. Arguments are evaluated and acceptable sets of them, called extensions, are computed using a given semantics. Each extension represents a coherent position. In the literature, several proposals have extended this framework in order to take into account the strength of arguments. The basic idea is to ignore an attack if the attacked argument is stronger than (or preferred to) its attacker. Semantics… CONTINUE READING

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