A labeled argumentation framework

Journal of Applied Logic 13 (4):534-553 (2015)

Abstract

Argumentation is a form of reasoning where a claim is accepted or rejected according to the analysis of the arguments for and against it; furthermore, it provides a reasoning mechanism able to handle contradictory, incomplete and uncertain information in real-world situations. We combine Bipolar Argumentation Frameworks (an extension of Dung’s work) with an Algebra of Argumentation Labels modeling two independent types of interaction between arguments, representing meta-information associated with arguments, and introducing an acceptability notion that will give more information for arguments acceptability.

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Guillermo Ricardo Simari
Universidad Nacional del Sur

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