An extension-based approach to belief revision in abstract argumentation

@inproceedings{Diller2015AnEA,
  title={An extension-based approach to belief revision in abstract argumentation},
  author={Martin Diller and Adrian Haret and Thomas Linsbichler and Stefan R{\"u}mmele and Stefan Woltran},
  booktitle={Int. J. Approx. Reasoning},
  year={2015}
}
Abstract Argumentation is an inherently dynamic process, and recent years have witnessed tremendous research efforts towards an understanding of how the seminal AGM theory of belief change can be applied to argumentation, in particular to Dung's abstract argumentation frameworks (AFs). However, none of the attempts have yet succeeded in solving the natural situation where the revision of an AF is guaranteed to be representable by a single AF. Here we present a solution to this problem, which… CONTINUE READING

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