MUS-based generation of arguments and counter-arguments

  title={MUS-based generation of arguments and counter-arguments},
  author={Philippe Besnard and {\'E}ric Gr{\'e}goire and C{\'e}dric Piette and Badran Raddaoui},
  journal={2010 IEEE International Conference on Information Reuse & Integration},
Most of the approaches of computational argumentation define an argument as a pair consisting of premises and a conclusion, where the latter is entailed by the former. However, the matter of computing arguments and counter-arguments remains largely unsettled. We propose here a method to compute arguments and counter-arguments in the context of propositional logic, by using the concept of a MUS (Minimally Unsatisfiable Subset). The idea relies on the fact that reduction ad absurdum is valid in… CONTINUE READING
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