Arguing About the Existence of Conflicts

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Francesca Toni, Sylwia Polberg, Richard Booth, Martin Caminada, Hiroyuki Kido (eds.)
Computational Models of Argument, pages 284–295
Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications 353
IOS Press

In this paper we formalise a meta-argumentation framework as an ASPIC+ extension which enables reasoning about conflicts between formulae of the argumentation language. The result is a standard abstract argumentation framework that can be evaluated via grounded semantics.

keywordsmeta-argumentation, argumentation, ASPIC+
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