Some Supplementaries to the Counting Semantics for Abstract Argumentation

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Dung's abstract argumentation framework consists of a set of interacting arguments and a series of semantics for evaluating them. Those semantics partition the powerset of the set of arguments into two classes: extensions and non-extensions. In order to reason with a specific semantics, one needs to take a credulous or skeptical approach, i.e. an argument… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/ICTAI.2015.46

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