Rich preference-based argumentation frameworks

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Amgoud , Leila; Vesic , Srdjan;
(2014)
  • Publisher: Elsevier
  • Journal: International Journal of Approximate Reasoning (issn: 0888-613X)
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1016/j.ijar.2013.10.010
  • Subject: Preferences | Intelligence artificielle | Argumentation | [INFO.INFO-AI]Computer Science [cs]/Artificial Intelligence [cs.AI] | [ INFO.INFO-LG ] Computer Science [cs]/Machine Learning [cs.LG] | [ INFO.INFO-CL ] Computer Science [cs]/Computation and Language [cs.CL] | Logique en informatique | [INFO.INFO-CL]Computer Science [cs]/Computation and Language [cs.CL] | [ INFO.INFO-LO ] Computer Science [cs]/Logic in Computer Science [cs.LO] | [INFO.INFO-LO]Computer Science [cs]/Logic in Computer Science [cs.LO] | Informatique et langage | Handling Inconsistency | [ INFO.INFO-AI ] Computer Science [cs]/Artificial Intelligence [cs.AI] | Apprentissage | [INFO.INFO-LG]Computer Science [cs]/Machine Learning [cs.LG]

International audience; An argumentation framework is seen as a directed graph whose nodes are arguments and arcs are attacks between the arguments. Acceptable sets of arguments, called extensions, are computed using a semantics. Existing semantics are solely based on t... View more
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