Conflict-free and conflict-tolerant semantics for constrained argumentation frameworks

@article{Arieli2015ConflictfreeAC,
  title={Conflict-free and conflict-tolerant semantics for constrained argumentation frameworks},
  author={Ofer Arieli},
  journal={J. Applied Logic},
  year={2015},
  volume={13},
  pages={582-604}
}
In this paper we incorporate integrity constraints in abstract argumentation frameworks. Two types of semantics are considered for these constrained frameworks: conflict-free and conflict-tolerant. The first one is a conservative extension of standard approaches for giving coherent-based semantics to argumentation frameworks, where in addition certain constraints must be satisfied. A primary consideration behind this approach is a dismissal of any contradiction between accepted arguments of the… CONTINUE READING

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