Explainability through argumentation in logic programming


Marco Billi, Roberta Calegari, Giuseppe Contissa, Giuseppe Pisano, Galileo Sartor, Giovanni Sartor

The paper discusses how explainability can be provided through logic programming and argumentation. In particular, a real case study is considered – the CrossJustice project – together with a ready-to-use technology—namely Arg-tuProlog, which seamlessly integrates logic programming and argumentation. Examples are developed and discussed
showing the effectiveness of such a blended approach.

Workshop on Causal Reasoning and Explanation in Logic Programming (CAUSAL 2021),  .
Emily LeBlanc, Joost Vennekens, Tran Cao Son, Pedro Cabalar, Jorge Fandiño, Marcello Balduccini, Yuliya Lierler (eds.).

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Marco Billi, Roberta Calegari, Giuseppe Contissa, Giuseppe Pisano, Galileo Sartor, Giovanni Sartor

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Emily LeBlanc, Joost Vennekens, Tran Cao Son, Pedro Cabalar, Jorge Fandiño, Marcello Balduccini, Yuliya Lierler

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Workshop on Causal Reasoning and Explanation in Logic Programming (CAUSAL 2021)

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