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A functional perspective on argumentation schemes / Adam Wyner

Argument & Computation, Volume: 7, Issue: 2-3, Pages: 113 - 133

Swansea University Author: Adam, Wyner

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DOI (Published version): 10.3233/AAC-160010

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In multi-agent systems (MAS), abstract argumentation and argumentation schemes are increasingly important. To be useful for MAS, argumentation schemes require a computational approach so that agents can use the components of a scheme to construct and present arguments and counterarguments. This pape...

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ISSN: 19462166 19462174
Published: IOS Press 2016
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