Introducing Dialectical Bases in Defeasible Argumentation ∗

@inproceedings{Capobianco1999IntroducingDB,
  title={Introducing Dialectical Bases in Defeasible Argumentation ∗},
  author={Marcela Capobianco and Carlos Iv{\'a}n Ches{\~n}evar},
  year={1999}
}
Defeasible argumentation is a form of defeasible reasoning, that emphasizes the notion of an argument. An argument A for a conclusion q is a tentative piece of reasoning which supports q. In an argumentative framework, common sense reasoning can be modeled as a process in which we must determine whether an argument justifies its conclusion. The process mentioned above takes considerable computational effort. For this reason it would be convenient to keep a repository of already computed… CONTINUE READING

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