Burden of Persuasion in Meta-argumentation


Giuseppe Pisano, Roberta Calegari, Andrea Omicini, Giovanni Sartor

Stefania Bandini, Francesca Gasparini, Viviana Mascardi, Matteo Palmonari, Giuseppe Vizzari (eds.)
AIxIA 2021 – Advances in Artificial Intelligence, pages 104-119
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (AI*IA Series) 13196
Springer, Cham
2022

This work defines a burden of persuasion meta-argumentation model interpreting the burden as a set of meta-arguments. Bimodal graphs are exploited to define a meta level (dealing with the burden) and an object level (dealing with standard arguments). Finally, an example in the law domain addressing the problem of burden inversion is discussed in detail.

(keywords) Burdens of persuasion · Argumentation · Meta-argumentation

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Stefania Bandini, Francesca Gasparini, Viviana Mascardi, Matteo Palmonari, Giuseppe Vizzari

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2022

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AIxIA 2021 – Advances in Artificial Intelligence

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Lecture Notes in Computer Science / AI*IA Series

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13196

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104-119

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Cham

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Milan, Italy

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10.1007/978-3-031-08421-8_8

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conf/aiia/PisanoCOS21

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11585/893244

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17799901578643288638

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