Using arguments for making decisions: A possibilistic logic approach

  title={Using arguments for making decisions: A possibilistic logic approach},
  author={Leila Amgoud and Henri Prade},
Humans currently use arguments for explaining choices which are already made, or for evaluating potential choices. Each potential choice has usually pros and cons of various strengths. In spite of the usefulness of arguments in a decision making process, there have been few formal proposals handling this idea if we except works by Fox and Parsons and by Bonet and Geffner. In this paper we propose a possibilistic logic framework where arguments are built from an uncertain knowledge base and a… CONTINUE READING
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