An Investigation of Argumentation Framework Characteristics

@inproceedings{Murphy2017AnIO,
  title={An Investigation of Argumentation Framework Characteristics},
  author={Josh Murphy and Isabel Sassoon and Michael Luck and Elizabeth Black},
  booktitle={TAFA},
  year={2017}
}
We investigate the relationship between the structural properties of argumentation frameworks and their argument-based characteristics, examining the characteristics of structures of Dung-style frameworks and two generalisations: extended argumentation frameworks and collective-attack frameworks. Our results show that the structural properties of frameworks have an impact on the size of extensions produced, on the proportion of subsets of arguments that determine some topic argument to be… 
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