Argumentation and artifacts for intelligent multi-agent systems


Enrico Oliva

Reasoning under uncertainty is a human capacity that in software system is necessary and often hidden. Argumentation theory and logic make explicit non-monotonic information in order to enable automatic forms of reasoning under uncertainty. In human organization Distributed Cognition and Activity Theory explain how artifacts are fundamental in all cognitive process. Then, in this thesis we search to understand the use of cognitive artifacts in an new argumentation framework for an agent-based artificial society.

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Thesis

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Antonio Natali

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Andrea Omicini, Mirko Viroli

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third-cycle thesis

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completed thesis

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07/04/2008

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