Characteristics of Multiple Viewpoints in Abstract Argumentation

@article{Dunne2014CharacteristicsOM,
  title={Characteristics of Multiple Viewpoints in Abstract Argumentation},
  author={Paul E. Dunne and Wolfgang Dvor{\'a}k and Thomas Linsbichler and Stefan Woltran},
  journal={Artif. Intell.},
  year={2014},
  volume={228},
  pages={153-178}
}
The study of extension-based semantics within the seminal abstract argumentation model of Dung has largely focused on definitional, algorithmic and complexity issues. In contrast, matters relating to comparisons of representational limits, in particular, the extent to which given collections of extensions are expressible within the formalism, have been under-developed. As such, little is known concerning conditions under which a candidate set of subsets of arguments are "realistic" in the sense… CONTINUE READING

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