Qualitative Argumentation

@inproceedings{Farley2003QualitativeA,
  title={Qualitative Argumentation},
  author={Arthur M. Farley},
  year={2003}
}
A key question for research in model-based, qualitative reasoning is how to predict or analyze the behavior of complex systems without resorting to completely quantitative models . One difficulty that arises is the ambiguity of results due to conflicting indications. Argumentation has long been recognized as a means for resolving issues of belief in situations characterized by incomplete, uncertain, inconsistent, and imprecise knowledge . We explore the application of a model of dialectical… CONTINUE READING

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